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Hender Scheme Expands Their Manual Industrial Products With An Air Max 90 Homage

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Though they’ve done well to expand their line-up of original silhouettes, Hender Scheme will never escape the Manual Industrial Products they initially became known for. A series of nods to sneaker classics, the collection is soon to grow with the inclusion of an Air Max 90 replica.

In true Hender Scheme fashion, the shoe is made as close to 1:1 as legally possible. Only the atelier’s tanned leathers provide outward distinction, bringing about a quality that’s a stark improvement over official pairs. Each panel is cut meticulously and carefully stitched in a way reflective of its inspiration’s construction. The mudguard, eye stays, lace unit, heel, and the like leave little to be desired save for a Swoosh and maybe an Air Unit.

For a closer look at the MIP-25, take a peek at the imagery below. A release is due to hit retailers and Hender Scheme flagship stores starting June 12th.

In other news, the New Balance 990 Version 1 preps for the line-up’s 40th anniversary.

Hender Scheme MIP-25
Release Date: June 12th, 2021