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Nike Air Max 95 “Wild West”

Donning a unique and interesting blend of colors, the upper features a combination of light blue denim, beige suede and a bold red paisley print that expresses an eye-catching, cowboy-esque aesthetic. Additional distinct detailing comes in the form of embroidered Air Max branding at the tongue and insoles decorated with a unique red, blue and white handkerchief print. Finishing off the design of the shoe is a white Air-assisted midsole paired with a gum rubber outsole. –HB

This bold color scheme features shades of dark grey and black across different textured materials including mesh, leather and snakeskin print, rounded out by a black Air Max sole unit. The stealthy palette is interrupted by vivid hits of orange at the middle streak, laces, Swoosh outline and outsole. Stay tuned more details regarding this release which should be dropping in the near future. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Overbranded”

The sneaker’s leather and mesh upper has been reworked in a bold “Total Orange” colorway, which sits atop a full-length white sole unit. This colorway is offset with black branding all over the shoe, including “Nike” written up the lacing unit and multiple Swooshes on the tongue. Rxpect it to hit the Nike web store on November 21. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Laser Fuchsia”

The famed Nike Air Max 95 is ready to welcome another colorway to its growing selection. The 90s model will soon share a black base with dark purple and blue added to its layered upper. The silhouette’s signature branding returns in the form of an Air Max logo on the tongue and Nike Air stamp on the heel. A mini Swoosh appears on the heel’s lateral sides while the aforementioned dark purple and blue are presented with an iridescent shine to complete the design. –HB

This Air Max 95 opts for a dark-tone base via black mesh and leather panels, as well as a black visible Air sole unit. All of this sets the stage for the multi-color paint stroke pattern, which appears along the wavy upper and at the insole, while paint splatter detailing throughout echoes the artistic theme. Final touches include gold-embroidered Nike branding, metallic gold lace tips and an embossed palm tree logo at the heel. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 ‘ERDL Camo’ Pack

Nike takes the rather ubiquitous ERDL camouflage pattern and gives it an array of colorful makeovers in this Air Max 95 pack. Developed in the 1940’s by the U.S. Army’s Engineer Research and Development Laboratory (ERDL), hence the nickname, the ERDL camouflage design has been one of the more recognizable patterns since its heavy use during the Vietnam War. Nowadays, it’s seen much more in the world of fashion than it is in combat zones. Read more…


Nike ‘NSW Script’ Air Max 95

Recently Nike added a brand new Nike Sportswear logo to a duo of Air Force 1 Lows. Now the cursive stamp returns with a new canvas, this time in the form of the Air Max 95. With a colorway similar to the aforementioned AF1, this Air Max is dominated in white and complemented by navy and red. The aforementioned navy is added to the sockliner and makes its way down the tongue and lacing. There’s currently no confirmed launch date for this iteration of the Nike Air Max 95; so stay tuned. –HB

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