No need to get blue, the Nike Air Max 95 is all new. Refreshing all the way through, the recently surfaced Air Max 95 "Military Blue" uses multiple tones of blue to create a stream of style. The iconic silhouette sees its wavy grooves dyed in military blue and vivid blue throughout, kept in line by a deep navy tone. Surf a pair of these 95s today exclusively from JD Sports.
After laying low for a while, the Nike Air Max 95 has popped up in a Big Ben way. Continuing the Swoosh's recent "City" Series, the Nike Air Max 95 "City" London quickstrikes in a representative style code. Taking a break from this year's World Cup host city Rio, this area code composition has a clear British vibe in union jack-inspired colors. Combining mesh and leather on the upper, this red, white and blue AM 95 will launch May 9th at Hanon.
To cover both sides of the spectrum, the brand in Beaverton has created the new Nike Air Max 95 "Black Grape". It has now been four years since the release of the Air Max 95 "Grape" in 2010, and this new progression completes the contrast. Very similar to its predecessor, this release differentiates itself by including darker shades of grey and more black, particularly on the midsole and toe guard. A different tone of teal accents the "Black Grape" on the eyelets and tongue name tag for this Air Max 95 that is built with OG aesthetics. Tell us what you think of this fresh style code in the feedback box underneath, and keep picking through Nice Kicks for future release information.
The Nike Air Max 95 is one of the most recognized sneakers of all time. The shoe's versatility to transition from the track, to the great outdoors, all the way to the club, has earned it the recognition that it receives. With this iconic acknowledgement comes a slew of colorways. The AM 95 has been dressed in everything from animal print to patent leather, but this new style code keeps it plain and simple. A leather and mesh black upper are only interrupted by team red on its trademark swoosh and tongue stamp.