Nike Loops Its Air Max 95 With a Quick-Fire Speed-Lacing System

Dressed in a fall-appropriate color palette.

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Adding onto its fall season collection, Nike debuted a new Air Max 95 featuring a new speed-lacing system. The highly coveted design by Sergio Lozano takes on a lacing system that utilizes elastic shoelaces and barrel cord locks.

Constructed in an autumn-appropriate colorway, the design features suede uppers in a sandy khaki hue with canvas underlays for the classic wavey look. The tongue goes on in black with the first loop of non-adjustable elastic lacing under the toggle speed-lacing system in “Total Orange” attached to the outer loops. The bright orange hue continues onto the insole and under the outsole while reflective placements detail the tongue and heel counter. An all-black midsole wraps around the Air Max bubble found at the heel which is sealed off with a matching rubber outsole.

Look out for the Nike Air Max 95 in khaki and black to release for $180 USD at select retailers and Nike’s website in the coming months.

For more footwear, take a closer look at G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Kwondo 1 collaboration.

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