September 20, 2011 BY John Kim
We’ve seen this before, haven’t we? Nike celebrated the ‘History Of Air’ in 2006 by not only re-releasing some of the major Air Max flagships in its original colors, but by re-invented a few classics by combining familiar upper designs with the state-of-the-art 360-degree Max Air unit. You might remember the Nike Air Max 95/360 in the original ‘Neon’ colorway, as well as the ‘DQM’ version and a few other funky colorways, but this latest rehashing of 95-meets-360 combines the newer, fully-uncaged full-length Max Air with what appears to be a seamless upper construction, as seen on the Air Max 95 No-Sew we showed you earlier today. These are set to release this Summer 2012 season with a $170 MSRP, so continue reading for a look at the five expected colorways and let us know what you think. via CK.