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The Nike Air Max series has consistently put out some of the most sought-after and game-changing sneakers in the game. Hell, the Swoosh even invented a holiday for the shoe line. But you don’t have to wait that long to get your hands on some perfect Air Maxes. Because this month marks the return of not one but two extremely beloved Air Max sneakers: a cult-loved colorway of the Air Max 97 and a duo of collaborative Air Max 95s.
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The Air Max 95 made its debut more than 25 years ago, and still stands today as an iconic piece of footwear—and this vintage colorway brings the legend back to life. It was designed by Sergio Lozano, then a relatively new Nike designer focusing on the brand’s ACG sub-label. The shoe was initially imagined for the most powerful runners who really pounded the pavement and needed more cushioning than previous Air Max models offered. The Air Max 95’s design took cues from the human body: a lacing system inspired by a set of ribs, an outsole based on a spine, and an upper playing off the concept of muscle fibers.
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The Air Max 95. Courtesy of Nike
The Air Max 97, meanwhile, is similarly legendary. This new duo of collaborative sneakers comes via Nike and Undefeated, the longtime Los Angeles streetwear store turned covetable brand. In 2017, the two companies teamed up to remix the sneaker, and sneakerheads and streetwear fans went wild—many dubbing it arguably among the best Air Max 97s ever released.
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Now, Undefeated and Nike revisit that celebrated design in two new colorways: militia green and orange blaze as well as black and volt yellow.
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The two new Undefeated-designed Air Max 97 sneakers will drop on December 28, and the “OG Neon” Air Max 95 have already sold out via Nike but can be picked up via StockX. Whether or not this is your first pair of Air Maxes or you have too many to count, either sneaker makes a worthy addition.
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Widely considered one of NIKE, Inc.’s best sneakers of all-time, the Nike Air Max 95 “Neon” returns tomorrow, December 17th, in as close-to-original-form as possible. Although the Sergio Lozano-designed silhouette had an impressive showing throughout 2020, its 25th anniversary celebration wouldn’t be complete without the “Black/Neon Yellow/Light Graphite” colorway it debuted with four decades ago. Nike Air Max units are slimmer than inaugural iterations, but everything from the reflective spine to the PSI figures on the outsole have been featured on the model for the first time since the late ’90s. As an added treat, the Swoosh has prepped tomorrow’s release in sizes for the whole family, ensuring some enthusiasts can share their love for the original Air Max 95 with their own children in the same way their parents did.
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While it’s unknown when the proposition will retro again, what’s certain is that the North American sportswear behemoth has made the gradient-heavy sneaker a tempting pick-up for the holidays given the attention to detail it boasts. Enjoy another look at the iconic pair here below, and find the shoes arriving to Nike SNKRS tomorrow, December 17th, in full-family sizing. Elsewhere under the Swoosh umbrella, the Kobe 6 Protro “Grinch” launches on December 24th.
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Nike Air Max 95 “Neon”
Release Date: December 17th, 2020
Color: Black/Neon Yellow/Light Graphite
Style Code: CT1689-001
Grade School: $140
Style Code: CZ0910-001
Style Code: CZ0948-001
Style Code: CZ0949-001
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Although its 25th anniversary has culminated with a return to original “Neon Yellow” form, the Nike Air Max 95 has gradually revealed some of its plans for 2021 and beyond. A “Grain/Black/Beach/Coconut Milk” colorway reminiscent of Stussy‘s Nike Sportswear collaborations from 2020 is among the silhouette’s future propositions. Similar to the brand’s three takes on Sergio Lozano’s design in 2015, the forthcoming pair indulges in a rather tonal arrangement. While not exactly a “Fossil” palette, the sandy shades that take over the burlap, mesh and suede construction create an equally-versatile scheme.
Lace loops, branding and spines deviate from their understated surroundings in favor of stark contrast, with the most former boasting a faint green tone. Sole units underfoot don’t deviate much from the upper’s cream-colored makeup, but they don a darker shade of tan; their Air Max units opt into a variant of the aforementioned green hue. As with Stussy’s Zoom Spiridon Cage 2, outsoles round out the pair with a military garb-reminiscent color. Enjoy official images of this Air Max 95 ahead, as you wait for official Nike.com release details to emerge. For more from the Swoosh, check out the SB Dunk Low “Holiday Special” arriving on December 19th.
Liverpool-based Sevenstore has released a short film celebrating the city’s “love affair” with the Nike Air Max 95, arriving to mark the return of the classic “Neon” colorway. Ever since the sneaker first arrived in 1995, it has become an important part of Liverpool’s culture and is still widely referred to as the 110 due to its original £110 GBP price tag.
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The video itself has been created by Glenn Kitson alongside a number of Liverpool creatives. Throughout the short film, people from around the city tell their memories of the shoe and where the love affair between Liverpool and the Air Max 95 “Neon” colorway comes from. As one participant in the video says, “Once you wore them, you were a part of the texture, the fabric, of what makes the city express itself.”
“110s Love Affair” has been released to coincide with the relaunch of the “Neon” colorway in its original form. The sneaker features a classic grayscale fade across its anatomical-inspired upper. This muted design is offset by hits of the titular “Neon” around the eyelets, tongue badge and a small Swoosh towards the heel.
You can watch the short film in the gallery above. The Air Max 95 “Neon” is due to release at select stockists including Sevenstore on December 17. Sevenstore’s raffle is now open for registration.
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