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Nike Air Max 95 JCRD

October 13, 2013 BY / 1

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Joining the Air Max 90 in Nike Sportswear’s new JCRD line for 2014 will be another one of Max Air’s running Rushmore. Along with the Textile edition, the Nike Air Max 95 JCRD brings another new style built from the iconic Sergio Lozano runner that’s so good, it never really went away since the debut nearly two decades ago. Similar to the TXT edition and this year’s EMs, these Jacquard AM 95s rely on modern weaving technologies that offer the opportunity for some extreme detail, as you’ll see on the tiering created by contrasting patterns in more photos below. Stick with Sneaker News for release info and let us know where these rank against the various Air Max 95 offspring we’ve seen over the years.


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I wish they weren't ruining a classic. Having said that, the Neon's don't look too bad.

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