December 26, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 5
Sergio Lozano’s Air Max 95 marked a significant transitional point in the Air Max running legacy. More technical than its predecessors but less so than notable follow ups like the 97, the Ninety-Five featured a delicate balance of performance and aesthetics that make it a prime candidate for the kind of update Nike Sportswear has mastered. The Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire joins its Engineered Mesh brother at retail in early 2013, this red-accented monochromatic blue design a natural extension of the existing foundation with emphasis on some significant if subtly implemented changes. Have a closer look below so you can let us know if these are the best Air Max 95 DFs we’ve seen to date and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.
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