Nike Covers the Air Max 95 In "Cool Grey"

A monochromatic look for an Air Max classic.

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Hot on the heels of the silhouette’s “Binary Blue” make-up is a clean “Cool Grey rendition of the Air Max 95. One of the better AM95 drops in recent memory, the new release from the Swoosh lets the materials do the talking, opting for the use of “Cool Grey” throughout while draping the mid-’90s runner’s familiar upper in leather, suede, mesh and neoprene.

Air Max fans can find this Air Max 95 Essential now from Nike Sportswear spots like Solebox.

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