Nike's Air Max 95 Takes On Vivid "DNA Sail" and "DNA Aurora Green" Colorways

Inspired by X-ray imaging.

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Nike has updated its classic Air Max 95 with two vivid colorways: “DNA Sail” and “DNA Aurora Green.” Both iterations feature lightly faded prints inspired by X-ray imaging, set against clean semi-translucent overlays, a dramatic departure from the label’s finely textured “Daisy Chain” rendition of the silhouette from last week.

An embroidered “air max” patch logo is woven onto a cushioned neoprene tongue at the top of the silhouette. This is followed by skinny rope laces that are looped through ripstop eyelets and a long reflective panel that stretches from the top of the tongue to the toecap. Set behind layers of transparent rubber coatings is a hazy print depicting ribs, bones and other skeletal motifs. The rear quarter is stamped with a mini-Swoosh, complemented by a reflective backstay etched with “Nike Air” branding. All of these details rest over an articulated midsole embedded with Air sole technology that balances the optimal amount of comfort and support.

The Nike Air Max 95 “DNA Sail” and “DNA Aurora Green” will be available on September 11, 7 p.m. EDT on Nike Japan’s website for $203 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at official images of Nike’s Japan-exclusive Air Max Zoom 950.

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