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While the Neon Air Max 95 is the color way that’s best known, the Solar Red is arguably just as iconic. The Nike Air Max 95 Solar Red was a colorway that was last featured on the runner in 2011 and it finally returns this year. The runner features the familiar Air Max 95 color blocking with varying grey hues covering the nubuck side panels paired with mesh accents, tongue and lining. Solar Red is used on the eyestays, air max logo, now added on the lining behind the tongue, and interior of the Air Max bubble system. Air Max 95s are a bit slept on at the moment after the Air Max 97 and 98 hype in recent months, but long-time fans of the model should make this a must cop. Available now at END.

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Air Max 95s have been a solid summer footwear option since they originally released. Nike has started to bring out a remixed version of the sneaker featuring flywire technology. The flywire cables are integrated with the laces to dial in a snug, custom fit. The light off-white colorway is really clean and versatile especially given the grey offsole. You can find the sneaker over at END and Nike.

 

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Nike has continued to experiment with their iconic sneaker models. Last year Nike brought out many variations of the Air Max 95 , transitioning it from a runner into a mid-cut sneakerboot. This year the Air Max 95 gets modified with the addition of a front-facing zipper and sock liner. The sneaker also benefits from a modified more rugged outsole and comes in either a murdered out triple black colorway or a tonal army olive. You can scoop these online from Foot Patrol or direct from the Nike Store.

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The Air Max 95 just celebrated it’s 20th birthday. The venerable sneaker was a drastic deparature from the Air Max lineage (designed by Tinker Hatfield). The designer Sergio Lozano took the sneaker in a bold new direction, inspired by the rib cage of the human body. The original is now back in a quality retro (retailing at $170). With so many 95’s using different materials, I still think that the original suede version looks the best. Find the neons at Nike, Foot Locker and Finish Line.

If you’re looking for something new entirely, the 95 is also available as a Nike iD.

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Being that it’s summer I was in the market for a new mesh sneaker to rock. I wasn’t into Air Max 95s growing up but they’ve grown on me in recent years. This being my first pair of 95s, I found them incredibly comfortable and this colorway is one of the favorite iterations I’ve seen in this model. The gradient on these almost feels like a hand-painted custom as there’s no visible stitching between the grays (due to the hyperfuse construction). The finishing touch is the custom tag on the tongue and the striped pattern on the inside of the sneaker.

I was a bit late getting these, but they’re part of the Hometurf Pack and take cues from the colors of the London transportation system.  Look out for more summer sneaker coverage on the site very soon.

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