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The Nike Air Max 95 was the first of its kind when it was released in 1995. Nike revolutionized running shoes when it released the Air Max 1 in 1987 being the first shoe to have visible Air Max cushioning. The Nike Air Max 95 was the first running shoe in history to have forefoot and heel Air Max cushioning.

The Nike Air Max 95 was a huge hit when it was released. It came out in many famous colors that have been retroed many times such as the Neon’s, Slates, and Emeralds. The Air Max 95 was so successful that it was first retroed only 2 years after its release in 1997/1998.

The Air Max 95 was also the first Nike shoe to have an Air Max heel which was compressed to different pressures. The air pressure ranges from a low 5PSI in the back of the heel to 25PSI directly underneath the heel to provide optimal cushioning. Not only did the Air Max units provide second to none cushioning, but it provided great heel support.

Since the Air Max 95 is a running shoe, it has a 3M reflective material on the back and front of the shoe. The reflective material makes the trainer very visible with even the lowest of indirect light hitting the shoe.

At first, the Air Max 95 was designed for performance and function, but it lately has been bought more for fashion and casual wear. One can’t help but fall in love with the different designs and colourways of the Nike Air Max 95. The trainer is a favorite among people from all walks of life from yuppies to people of the hip hop community - it is one of many shoes that unite sneaker heads.

Since its Launch in 1995 the Air Max 95 has had over 165 colourways released. Here are some of the more sort after colourways.

Nike Air Max 95 2004 Olympic Edition

Nike Air Max 95 OG White/Slate Blue

Nike Air Max 95 Rasta

Nike Air Max 95 OG


Nike Air Max 95 Japanese Addition (Atmos)

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