Sergio Lozano set out to make one of the most functionally comfortable Air Max sneakers back in the early to mid-90s, but little did he know that his Nike Air Max 95 Men's/Women's would become one of the most sought after silhouettes in the historic Air Max line. Inspired by the foot's anatomy, the bolstered Air Max unit featured more visible air than any other sneaker at the time and with the help of some iconic colorways like that Neon aesthetic that recently saw a retro, the model crossed over into the lifestyle market with ease. The latest pair features a translation from the Jordan archive with a "Bred" colorway featuring an ominous all-black base paired with a Bright Crimson tongue
If you love both the Nike Air Max 95 Shoes and the popular "Oreo" color scheme, then get excited, because the two combine for the first time ever on this new edition of the Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard. The intricate knit upper of the modified Air Max 95 features a blend of black and white, while the entire sole unit (including the Air Max bubbles) gets blacked-out for a sleek and stylish look.
Stussy's long history with Nike continues with an Air Max silhouette that rarely gets the "collaboration" opportunity. Nike Air Max 95 Outlet The NYC-based streetwear conglomerate gets the green light on the Air Max 95 (remember, it's the 25th Anniversary of the shoe) and goes with an all-white upper with black accents and the famed logo on the exposed mid-foot piece on the outsole.
Nike is about to drop a plethora of "Wheat"-styled colorways of their Sportswear icons in November. Icons like the Air Force 1 High, Air Max 90, and the Purchase Nike Air Max 95 seen here have been built with the workboot-friendly color on suede uppers that are, quite frankly, perfect for the Fall season. The iconoclastic Air Max 95 from two decades ago comes adorned with dotted rope laces as well as a gum outsole to complete the look that was hyped up by the re-release of the "Haystack" Air Force 1 Mid from earlier this year.
The Buy Nike Air Max 95 finally fulfilled its ACG prophecy with the latest sneakerboot installment. Designer Sergio Lozano was inspired by the anatomy of the human foot when he took the reigns for the Air Max series in 1995. What resulted was one of the most classic installments in Nike Running history, and with the shoe celebrating 20 years, the Swoosh has finally extended the upper to withstand the inclement weather that comes at the tail end of the year. It's fitting that the shoe see an ACG-like makeover given Lazano's history with the All Conditions Gear imprint. The original outsole remains as does the mesh netting, wavy side panels and original lacing system. The shoe then sees a Mowabb-like extension wrap around the ankle support for a lockdown fit. Available in two monochromatic colorways of an ominous all black or a militaristic sandy shade, the Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot should be available at Nike outlets soon, as they'll be available October 1st at European shops.