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The Air Max 95 wasn’t always praised in the sneaker world like it is now. Many people weren’t very supportive of Sergio Lozano during his creative process when he was designing the Air Max 95. The visual design of the 95 was based on the human anatomy where the spine of the shoe resembled the human spine and the placement of the materials intended to represent skin, ribs, and tendons. This design was unlike anything to ever be done, but if you ask someone today to name a historical Air Max; Its almost guaranteed they will say the Air Max 95. The Air Max 95 has become a piece of history in the sneaker world but it has also been featured in the hip-hop culture. We’ve heard it featured in songs by The Game, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame and even Eminem designed a limited edition pair, which was sold to benefit a charity. We’ve seen that same trend happen with certain Jordan’s and Air Force Ones, but not many running shoes get that kind of hip-hop recognition. This pair comes in a Black, Aluminum, and Anthracite color scheme that is super celan. This Nike Air Max 95 features multiple shades of Grey that fade from dark to light and bring that true nostalgic feel to the sneaker.

Grab your pair of the Nike Air Max 95 OG ‘Aluminum’ on February 2nd at Finishline.com.

Nike and Carhartt WIP made waves awhile back with their work on the Eminem Air Jordan 4 Retro. The duo is back at it again and set to release a collab on a Nike staple, the Air Max 95. The iconic Air style will be remixed with signature materials from the WIP (work in progress) line from Carhartt.

The Carhartt WIP x Nike Air Max 95 is highlighted by a bold camouflage upper, which pairs durable Dearborn Canvas with ripstop nylon. An off-white midsole houses the iconic Max Air unit and contrasts nicely against the standout upper. Reflective detailing throughout ensures you’ll be seen far and wide. Orange accents and work boot style laces pop against the camo and complete this option.

Grab the Carhartt WIP x Nike Air Max 95 on 12/6 from Finish Line.

Nike Blazer Mid

The two largest cities in the United States, New York and Los Angeles can be considered polar opposites. New York is all about hustle and fortitude while LA is all about glitz and glam. Playing on the opposites of the cities, Nike is bringing you an East meets West theme for the Blazer Mid and Air Max 95 PRM. Both come dressed with a smooth, black upper, the left and right shoes feature a New York and Los Angeles theme, respectively. One shoe has ‘NY’ stitched onto the heel (left on the Blazer, right on the Air Max 95 PRM), ‘New York City’ printed on the insole and sports the New York Knicks team colors throughout (blue tongue padding, orange laces and orange laces). The other shoe has ‘LA’ stitched on the heel(right on the Blazer, left on the Air Max 95 PRM), ‘Los Angeles’ printed on the insole and the LA Lakers team colors throughout (purple tongue padding and gold laces. Each pair comes with a total of five laces so you’ve got tons of options for customization.

Launching on November 16th, don’t miss out on the Nike Blazer Mid & Air Max 95 PRM at Finishline.com

The Air Max 95 wasn’t always praised in the sneaker world like it is now. Many people weren’t very supportive of Sergio Lozano during his creative process when he was designing the Air Max 95. The visual design of the 95 was based on the human anatomy where the spine of the shoe resembled the human spine and the placement of the materials intended to represent skin, ribs, and tendons. This design was unlike anything to ever be done, but if you ask someone today to name a historical Air Max; Its almost guaranteed they will say the Air Max 95. The Air Max 95 has become a piece of history in the sneaker world but it has also been featured in the hip-hop culture. We’ve heard it featured in songs by The Game, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame and even Eminem designed a limited edition pair, which was sold to benefit a charity. We’ve seen that same trend happen with certain Jordan’s and Air Force Ones, but not many running shoes get that kind of hip-hop recognition.

This Nike Air Max 95 features a Black upper with White and Gold accents to give off a nice prestigious vibe. This color combo keeps the silhouette’s original dimensions so it stays true OG, and details like the PSI markings on the exposed Air unit are a nice touch.

Grab your pair of the Nike Air Max 95 OG on November 16th at Finishline.com.

Nike Air is bringing the heat this fall. The fire is going to continue with this latest drop of the Air Max 270, Air Max 95 PRM, Air Force 270 Utility. All three silhouettes are coming dressed with bright volt accents.

The first of its kind, the Nike Air Max 270 boasts a Max Air unit created specifically for Nike Sportswear. Furthering the design are its exaggerated tongue top and heritage tongue logo, both of which are a direct nod to the original Air Max 180 (released in 1991). This edition of the model comes with a black mesh upper and features aforementioned volt accents, which extend from the upper to the tongue and the Max Air unit.

Designed by Sergio Lozano, the silhouette of the Nike Air Max 95 was inspired by the human body. Its design elements were crafted to closely resemble the human ribs, vertebrae, muscles and skin. This premium iteration of the famed model keeps those same elements but updates the silhouette with mini branding, embroidered detailing and a heel tab. In the same vein as the above Air Max 270, this updated take comes equipped in volt, black and dark grey.

The Nike Air Force 270 Utility was crafted with cues from the original model worn by Charles Barkley. Doubling down on style, Nike’s added modern details to create a new comprehensive look. You’ll first take note of the Max Air unit, which is twice the size of the one ‘Sir Charles’ wore in 1992. An inflated swoosh and new upper complete that modern vision. This upcoming colorway is electric. Like the two models above it comes decked out in black and volt.

 

Grab the latest from Nike Air on November 11th at Finish Line.

The Air Max 95 wasn’t always praised in the sneaker world like it is now. Many people weren’t very supportive of Sergio Lozano during his creative process when he was designing the Air Max 95. The visual design of the 95 was based on the human anatomy where the spine of the shoe resembled the human spine and the placement of the materials intended to represent skin, ribs, and tendons. This design was unlike anything to ever be done, but if you ask someone today to name a historical Air Max; Its almost guaranteed they will say the Air Max 95. The Air Max 95 has become a piece of history in the sneaker world but it has also been featured in the hip-hop culture. We’ve heard it featured in songs by The Game, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame and even Eminem designed a limited edition pair, which was sold to benefit a charity. We’ve seen that same trend happen with certain Jordan’s and Air Force Ones, but not many running shoes get that kind of hip-hop recognition.

As a follow up to the Air Max 95 ‘Solar Red’, Nike will also be releasing an upcoming colorway that comes in Undefeated colors for the fall season. This Nike Air Max 95 features an Olive gradient upper with Bright Orange accents on the lace loops, Nike Swoosh logos and Air bubbles. This color combo keeps the silhouette’s original dimensions and PSI markings on the core of exposed Air unit on the sole.

Grab your pair of the Nike Air Max 95 OG on August 16th at Finishline.com.

Nike loves bringing new innovation to their classic models and that’s just what they’re doing with the Nike Air VaporMax 95. This isn’t the first OG model that Nike is bringing new innovation to, the Air Max 97 got this treatment back in May. One of the more popular colorways that will be releasing is the OG “Neon” iteration that was originally debuted on the Air Max 95. It comes constructed in its classic gradient upper with mesh detailing, nylon eye-stays atop a full-length VaporMax sole unit. The combination of bulky and streamlined make for an interesting contrast not seen on past fusion models like the VaporMax Plus and VaporMax 97, two other recent Air Max hybrids that feature a more sleek look from top to bottom. The sneaker features hits of Nike’s iconic ‘Volt’ colorway, with a bulky Air Max 95 upper attached to a Black and Volt Air VaporMax sole unit. We will be dropping this very clean sneaker in SELECT stores ONLY.

Check with your local store for availability.