Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire

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The legendary Air Max 95 came to fruition as designer Sergio Lozano looked to the human anatomy for inspiration, and the parallels with our run through this life continue as the Ninety-Five goes through a multitude of changes on the precipice of its passage into adulthood.  Following up on the Hyperfuse and full-length Max Air BBs and No-Sew styles, we head into the AM95’s eighteenth year with the new Engineered Mesh edition on the way along with this fresh style that represents what it might have looked like were this silo just debuting today.  The Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire takes the familiar ‘ribcage’ columns and swaps them out for the kind of Flywire loop that’s made the LunarGlide+ 4 so successful.  Another Big Bubbled sole and plenty of mesh on the upper means this iconic style is once again thoroughly renovated and reinvigorated; for which of the 2013 AM95 updates are you most excited?

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