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Nike Air Max 95 NRG Features An Array Of Colored Canvas

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“Move to Zero,” while originally just an idea, has quickly become a fully realized concept led by Space Hippie and the Vapormax 2020. And with brand new recycled silhouettes revealing by the day, it’s obvious that Nike is taking serious their sustainable mission. From the Air Force 1 to the Air Jordan 1, these principles are bearing fruit in a number of ways and the brand is even bringing these ideals to runners such as the Air Max 95.

Though not quite as overt in its use of scraps as the aforementioned, the silhouette very likely makes use of leftover canvas. The upper’s paneling, which makes use of a varied set of muted dyes — possibly plant-based ones at that — embeds with different colored pieces throughout; loose threads of purple mask over red, while orange and blue dress atop the layers above at random. Other tones can be found all across the grey toe cap or the dark grey tongue, while white logo patches, midsoles, and laces are ostensibly brand new. Treads, hued here in blue, speckle with what could likely be be byproduct or paint for an extra design motif.

Grab an official look at these right here and sit tight for their upcoming Nike.com release.

In other news, a metal stud Air Jordan 1 has appeared.

Updated (9/14/2020): The Air Max 95 “Recycled Canvas” drops on September 17th.

Updated (8/10/2020): The Air Max 95 “Recycled Canvas” drops on August 20th.

Nike Air Max 95 “Recycled Canvas”
Release Date: September 20th, 2020
Style Code: CK6478-001

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