The Nike Air Max 95 was designed by Sergio Lozano in 1995 and his inspiration for the Comfortable Shoes
silhouette was the anatomy of the human body. The upper features layered panels that serve as a nod to the muscle fibers and flesh while the eyelets represent the ribs holding the body together. The shoeâ€™s signature design is the spine-inspired midsole, which was the first Nike shoe to feature a visible Air bag at the forefoot and heel.
The sneaker arrives in two colorways, “Voltâ€ť and “Total Orange.â€ť The former applies a lime green lacing system to a gray and sky blue upper, accented with repeating perforations. A white midsole is constructed with matching green Air units and a blue rubber outsole. The latter features hits of orange in the same spots, contrasting fire-y laces and Air units against a blue-gray base. In apparel, Jones splashes blown-up Nike branding on essentials such as sweatshirts and sweatpants. Weather-proof zip-ups, hooded coats and sweatpants round out the team-up.
Designed in collaboration with fashion designer Kim Jones, this Nike Air Max 95 Fireberry/Elemental Pink
boasts a perforated upper inspired by the Air Max 360, and eyestays made of a translucent, stretch-woven material called Nexkin. Adding to the look are orange hits on the lace loops, in the Air Max bubble and outsole.
Aside from featuring a premium tumbled leather and canvas upper, the Nike Air Max 95 “Sail/Black/Chile Redâ€ť features a dual lacing system that overtakes much the shoe. The Nike Shoes Men
system extends all the way to the top of the toe box and obscures the red mesh applied for a contrast design. Branding comes in the form of mini Swooshes at the heel, “AIR MAXâ€ť tongue badges, printed insoles and “NIKE AIRâ€ť marked at the rear. Elevating the shoe is a pure white Air unit assisted midsole paired with a beige rubber outsole.