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Nike Air Max 95 “Juventus”

Nike’s Air Max 95 welcomes a new iteration that’s somewhat similar to its “Juventus” colorway from 2003. This year the model shares black and white throughout the upper’s paneling as it rests atop a gum rubber outsole. Its visible Air Max units are dipped in white as its Nike branding is done in black on the tongue, heel and Swoosh logos on each lateral side. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Pale Blue”

This version of the retro runner boasts a nylon, mesh and leather upper throughout the signature panels with varying shades of baby blue, pale blue and a cloudy grey-blue. Tonal laces and Air Max heel units keep the theme in check, while embroidered branding at the tongue tab and mini Swoosh add a touch of luxury. Finally, 3M reflective lace guards give that extra boost in the right lighting. No word yet on the exact release date of this colorway. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Green/Grey”

Next up for the classic AM95 silhouette is this new gradient color scheme, which spotlights a mix of “Clay Green,” “Light Pumice” and “Barely Grey.” Sitting above the shoe’s signature color-coded layers is a mesh textile construction, which makes its way from the toe area up towards the tongue region. An Air-infused midsole unit rounds out the new design. Retailing for $160, you can find this Nike Air Max 95 model at select Swoosh retailers sometime this spring. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Reverse Stash”

Earlier this month, Nike announced its next artist residency would be graffiti artist STASH to collaborate on his own version of this AF1’s. Now the brand is sharing a new colorway of the Air Max 95 dedicated to the creative, in the blue color palette he’s become known for. Making use of the same hues as the previous 2006 STASH colorway, this one differentiates itself by flipping the colors, and off-setting the look with a white sole. –HB

Updating tried-and-true classics seems to be Nike‘s latest MO and its popular Air Max 95 is the most recent model to get a design update. The clunky retro silhouette comes to us in three new tonal colorways with a defining contrast pull-tab that runs from the tongue tab down through the laces. Read more…


Nike Air Max 95 “Bordeaux”

bordeauxHot on the heels of a super clean black and white colorway of the Nike Air Max 95 is another sleek rendition of the coveted low-top model. Elegant shades of Bordeaux and Port Wine hues are embellished on the sneaker’s upper that is made up of premium suede, leather and mesh textiles. Furthermore, the runner’s chunky midsole is wrapped in crisp white alongside a deep red bubble system for an overall, sophisticated look. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Skulls”

nikeskullsNow, you get glimpse at the second silhouette in the Air Max Rebel Skulls Collection in this like-themed Air Max 95. An honorary series that commemorates long-distance runner Steve Prefontaine and his Marshfield High School’s crossbones logo, the latter drop too, features a black mesh and leather construction. Silver detailing lands on the tongue skulls logo, heel tab and ankle Swoosh, while the clean white midsole and black outsole completes the design. Set at $170, expect these new models to hit Nike stockists sometime in September. –HB

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