A Lot Sneakerheads Are Returning Their "Cork" Air Max 90's Because Of An Annoying Issue

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Nike should have noticed this.

Conceptual sneakers sometimes turn out really well such as the "Cork" Nike LeBron 10 EXT. But in the case of the Air Max 90, things aren't panning out so well. Since the release of the "Cork" 90's a lot of sneakerheads have been furious enough to return their pairs and warn others to buy with caution.

While revewing the "Cork" Nike Air Max 90's, a few YouTubers detailed the large flaw and why it happens.

The reason for the rage is the extremely annoying squeaking sound the shoes make while on feet. Sneaker Topia explains that because of the leather sockliner, the Cork on the tongue rubs really bad causing a loud noise each and every step. He actually admitted to returning the shoes after his review and titled his video "EPIC FAIL." You gotta respect an honest review.

You can hear how bad the shoes squeak in the second review video from SoBasically. He's barely walking and it sounds like you're sitting on your Grandma's plastic protected couch. From a few seconds into the video I agree with SoBasically's title "Most Annoying Sneaker of 2015." Both YouTubers agree this shoe is more of a novelty than a shoe you want to wear out.

Have you had the same issues with your "Cork" Nike Air Max 90's? Share your thoughts and feedback in the comments section below.