November 18, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 11
The Nike Air Max 95 was a curious omission from Nike Sportswear’s VacTech collection this fall, especially considering its ‘muscle fibers’ design is already somewhat molded and would likely easily transition to vacuum construction. But that’s not to say that the sixteen year veteran won’t be showing off a few design variations of its own soon, like the Hyperfuse-d Air Max 95 360 and this other new version above. The Air Max 95 No-Sew is similar to the 360 edition for its lack of traditional stitching, but much more like the OG AM95 with its overall appearance. The Varsity Maize edition above appears a bit oranger than you can expect once these hit retail next year, but luckily, there was indeed a V-Maize 95 released just a couple months ago, so they’d make a suitable comparison. Look more closely at these Air Max 95 No-Sews after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for updates on these and all the 2012 Air Max retro release dates. via Dino410
Looks interesting. Vac tech moulds and no-sew... like how they are trying new stuff. Ill give em a go.
these look MUCH, MUCH better than previous pictures since they got rid of the vertical strips, hopefully they release like this, might actually consider buying a pair if that's the case