Air Max 95 has been making its rounds in our #shoephoric family, and it still wins hearts and likes every time it appears. Retro runners will always be loved, and the Air Max 95 is one of those well celebrated pairs.
Although most of the Air Max was designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Max 95 was designed by Sergio Lozano who drew inspiration for its famous wave patterns from the human anatomy. It became a game changer in sneaker design in the mid 90s and since then it has received several upgrades and iteration while staying true to its original concept.
The latest from the line is the Air Max 95 Ultra Essential in black and pastel. The sleek colorway is getting a lot of attention not only from the retro fans but from sneaker enthusiasts in general. The upcoming AM 95 Ultra features a black mesh upper with pale pink, light blue and white waves that flow down to its white soles. To complete its performance-meets-style design, fine detailing was added including the black metallic Swoosh, cream colored Air Sole units, and the reflective front lace system.
No exact details yet on the launch date of these Air Max 95 Ultra Essential, but do expect it soon. For more on retro Nike take a look at these tweed upper Nike X Pigalle Air Shake Ndestrukt.