One key reason the Nike Air Max 95+ BB is winning over the masses including typically staunch purists is new ‘abilities’ like the style pictured above, conferred by the miraculous synthetic construction that is Hyperfuse. 360-degree Max Air on the cushion ain’t bad, either, so when you combine these with the familiar greys and neon that made Sergio Lozano a name no sneakerhead could ever forget, we’re looking at a clear case of technology opening doors to new aesthetic potential. Click through for some more images of the ‘Neon’ Air Max+ (95) 360, let us know how this ‘pillared’ look compares to the newfangled gradient found on mita’s ‘Neo Escape 2.0′ and look for this Volt-accented edition at Nike Sportswear retailers starting May 31st.
Nike Air Max+ 95 360
Dark Grey/Volt-Wolf Grey-Anthracite
Get off my Nuts bdk etc...if you don't realize these are still made in sweatshops than your ignorant! Yes there is money spent on research and development, but if you have never paid attention to any the documentaries SHOWING you that these items cost that little amount to make from the actual materials used, then I guess I apologize for your ignorance in advance. Nike is a whore, and yes, we love them anyways!!!
Beautiful shoe!! But these retail box prices are getting out of hand...$170 with no markup is asking too much, there are better shoes out there for less $. Nike is a whore they cost less than $10 to make