October 31, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 11
A bit over sixteen years ago, Nike Running released one of the most iconic sneaker designs of all time, a masterpiece authored by designer Sergio Lozano who attempted to channel some of the human body’s elegance into a shoe designed to keep it operating at peak performance. The Nike Air Max 95 was a smash hit out of the gate and has been around for most of the intervening years thanks to a consumer demand that has these near the top of the all-time list for retro releases. And while we’ve come to expect the OG grey gradient pairs in new accent shades, it’s always nice to get something fresh after all these years, but Nike Sportswear’s latest comes in the form of a design revision along with a huge potential for all-new looks. The Nike Air Mx 95 360 utilizes Hyperfuse construction for an updated appearance that allows the signature ‘muscle fibers’ to be colored in the same shade as laces, eyelets and a full-length Max Air cushion. This first Volt edition reprises the OG Neon colorway and should give you a great idea of what’s in store for some of the other beloved classics; would you rather have the tech-upgraded edition or the immortal original? Click through for images of the ‘Volt’ Air Max 95 360 and stick with Sneaker News for the US release dates. via lowtex
Nike Air Max 95 360
Dark Grey/Wolf Grey-Anthracite-Volt
Tags: Nike Air Max 95 360
Would like em a lot more if they gave the 95's the same kinda hyperfuse treatment they gave the 87's and 90's. The new air max sole just kills it for me.
i mean its stupid i think that they're puttin that airmax sole on just about every sneaker including sneakers with an air max sole already, but, i cant lie, they clean
Ehhh... I need better pics... another colorway....something. These are not doing it for me. The OG 95's look so much better and are still available!