Nike’s Air Max 95 Surfaces in a White All-Over Logo Print Version

Logomania continues.

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To accompany the “Volt” look that surfaced recently, we learned of an alternate white colorway of the new all-over logo Nike Air Max 95 Premium.

A continuation of the sportswear giant’s movement towards maximalist designs, the black/white contrast look sees the classic model’s dynamic side panels dressed in repeating oval-shaped Air Max logos. Providing some contrast to the loud upper design, the tongue, lace system and lining is done in solid black. Clean white carries over onto the AM95’s sole unit with a hint of black peeking out from the heel Air pod.

Although no pricing details are available just yet, the white “All-Over Logo” version of the Air Max 95 Premium is set to release on August 16.

In case you missed it, Nike elevated its Zoom Fly model with a mismatched color scheme.

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