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NIKE AIR MAX 95

Classic, comfortable, iconic – all words used to describe the Nike Air Max 95. It has seen many iterations and hues, but the AM 95 has always stayed true to its original, ground-breaking cool. First released as a running sneaker, the model was designed with the fluidity of the human body in mind and featured a visible Air-Sole unit in the heel. Back and hotter than ever, Air Max 95 shoes are here for the whole family, offered in men’s, women’s and kid’s sizes so everyone can rock the heritage look. Popular colors like black, white and red are always a must-have in this model, while new colorways are sure to brighten up your wardrobe.

Nike Air Max Origins

Way back in 1979, Nike switched up the running sneaker game with an all-new technology that put air underneath the runner’s feet. This Nike Air cushioning offered a lightweight, cloudlike feel that runners appreciated because it didn’t add unnecessary bulk.

Eight years later, Air cushioning was revamped with an even larger pod that was now visible in the midsole, so wearers could see and feel the revolutionary cushioning technology. Many iterations followed, but that first Air Max cushioning unit planted the seed for the family of Nike running, basketball, and lifestyle shoes that would come in the next few decades.

The Evolution of the Air Max 95

Once Air Max cushioning was developed, the technology soon became a mainstay in Nike athletic sneakers. With four iterations prior, Nike released the Air Max 95 in 1995, showcasing a provocative silhouette that was unlike any other shoe the marketplace had seen before. With its layered textile and breathable mesh upper materials and fluid lines, the Sergio Lozano-designed Air Max 95 celebrated both geographical erosion lines and intricate, beautiful human anatomy. The layered panels on the upper represented the muscles and flesh, Nylon eyelets were meant to function like the ribs, the midsole was fashioned like a spine, and the gradient upper hues evoked the erosion striations on rock walls. All of this formed the Nike Air Max 95, an innovative model that became a favorite among sneaker enthusiasts, athletes and everyone in between.

Today, the original design of the iconic Air Max 95 remains the same, with elevated, modern materials on the upper and through the midsole. Lace these babies up and join the legions of Air Max 95 fans with these heritage athletic sneakers.