Nike Air Max 95 + Sky Force High – Wii Pack

April 11, 2009 BY / 0

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The Nintendo Wii is occupying a hefty market share in video game console sales despite its dated graphics because of the amazingly fun motion-sensitive controllers.  We already saw two members of this pack release that were aesthetically impressive enough to stop you in your tracks and here is another pair of new pairs.  The Nike Air Max 95 and Sky Force High pictured above are both inspired by Nintendo’s wonderful white box. 

The AM95s go the clean route by laying a silver mesh over the white patent leather upper, while using silver for other accents.  The classic runner has a translucent sole like the Sky Force, but the old school basketball hightop adds orange outlines to the Swoosh, eyelets and tongue logo (which is shaped like the Wii’s power button).  Throw in an embossed safari print on the side panels and circuit board-like laser etching around the ankle area, and you have some room to move between these two choices.  These are available now, and we’ve seen them at retailers like Proper.


BELOW ARE THE CURRENT LISTINGS FOR THESE KICKS ON EBAY:
[If kicks below are a random assortment, desired kicks are not currently available on eBay.]

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