Nike Sportswear‘s most iconic models like the Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid ‘77 Vintage have all gotten into the fall spirit with special makeups over the last few weeks, and now the Air Max 95 is joining in on the festivities. Appearing in a hearty “Yukon Brown/Flax/Black/University Red” colorway — an assemblage of tones that wouldn’t look out of place on a flannel shirt — this new take on the Sergio Lozano-designed Nike classic is ready for any and all autumnal adventures.
With its anatomy-inspired build and artfully-stacked overlays, the Air Max 95 has long been open to color experimentation. Here, these overlays are used to present brown, olive, gray and black tones atop a black mesh base. Pops of bright red appear on the heel Swoosh and eyestays plus the tongue’s badge and trim to provide pops of vibrance. Hi-vis reflective material graces the heel’s center and the throat’s overlays, while white EVA foam midsoles with red Air Max units and black outsoles round off the look.
The Nike Air Max 95 “Yukon Brown/Flax/Black/University Red” is available via the Nike webstore now, and is priced at $170 USD.
Elsewhere in the world of footwear, Nike is suing Warren Lotas for his Jason Vorhees Swoosh-adorned “SB Dunk Low rip-offs.”