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The Nike Air Max 95 Boasts A Classic Gradient With Bright Blue Air Units

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It’s not every year that you get to celebrate your 25th birthday, so the Air Max 95 has taken the liberty of pushing the tempo over the course of these past several days by revealing upcoming “Worldwide” colorways, getting accessorized with cuban links, and adding to the rumor mill of a possible project with Dior’s Artistic Director and known Nike collaborator Kim Jones. Showing no evidence of slowing down anytime soon, the classic Sportswear model is ushering in yet another in-line colorway to its family tree.

The decor of its uppers are reliant on the silhouette’s signature gradient look by, from bottom-to-top, kicking off with a jet black wave, and gradually transitioning into heightened panels of various grey shadings that eventually conclude with mesh materials adjacent to the throat. Accents, although minimally used, stand out through its bottom Air bubbles and exposed stitching down its spine that peak out in bright blue. Stay tuned for further release information on these Air Maxes, and expect a Nike.com drop to go down within the coming weeks.

For other news, the Jordan 12 University Gold has been revealed.

Nike Air Max 95
Style Code: DA1504-001

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