March 1, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 22
Without a single colorway previewed in 2012, you might have forgotten that Nike Sportswear has a new version of their HS senior-aged classic runner. The AM95 graduates to a sleeker construction on the Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew, a model whose signature upper tiers are pressure welded rather than the traditonal stitching approach. The thing this model does retain that’s absolutely foundational is the classic OG Neon colorway, a gradient from white to black through three shades of grey plus the vibrant yellow accents that were so impactful in the mid-90s that this palette remains one of the most popular. Check out how it looks without any stitches and sew up your pair with a pre-order on this April release from End.
Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew
Anthracite/Cool Grey-Wolf Grey-Volt
for a shoe called air max 95 no-sew, i didn't expect to see stitching on the toe, heal, and tongue...?
So funny didn't think something like stitching would make that big of a difference but it does. These look cheap and terrible Nike keep fudging up classics.
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