This Upcoming Nike Air Max 95 Colorway Reminds Us of the STASH Collaboration

A reference to the 2006 shoe?

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In 2006, Nike collaborated with famed grafitti artist, STASH, for an Air Max 95 using his signature blue color palette. Since then, blue has been a popular colorway for Air Maxes, leading up to the release of the “Reverse Stash” late last year, and possibly inspiring this upcoming version in the photos above. Similar to the 2006 shoe, this one features blue stripes, branding, and tinted Air units.

No release date has been shared yet, however they’re expected to retail for $160 USD on Nike.com. In other footwear news, check out the Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 “Katrina” inspired by the Air Jordan 3’s.

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