Nike Air Max 95s

3 Exciting Nike Air Max 95s Landing In 2024!

The Nike Air Max series has long been synonymous with groundbreaking sneaker innovation, and the Air Max 95 stands out as a true pioneer. 

Renowned for its bold mixed-material design, distinctive looped eyelets and iconic chunky midsole air bubbles, the Air Max 95 has left an indelible mark on sneaker history. 

For fans of the shoe, 2024 is set to be an amazing year, with multiple colourways ready to drop. Here we’ll take a look at a few of the most exciting colourways set to hit shelves this year to ensure you don't miss out on copping your next favourite pair!

Nike Air Max 95 Atlanta

The much-loved Air Max 95 is reclaiming its status as a must-have shoe from the Air Max collection, and it's not difficult to see why with releases like the upcoming Atlanta.

While last year's collaboration with Corteiz Cloting pushed the iconic sneaker back into the spotlight, upcoming projects with A Ma Maniere are set to keep it there. But let's face it – the Air Max 95 has always been iconic and it’s going nowhere anytime soon.

Nike seems to be doubling down on celebrating this silhouette in 2024, with hints of city-inspired colourways on the horizon. Initial glimpses shared on Instagram show uppers which boast a striking combination of vibrant red and orange, set against a dark grey anthracite midsole, T-toe and tongue.

What's more, the exposed Air unit on the sole showcases a new graphic, likely inspired by the vibrant culture of the Southern city. While details remain scarce for now, it wouldn't be surprising to see other major cities receive similar tribute in this year’s upcoming releases.

Release Date: April

Nike Air Max “Retro Logo” Black/Volt

Nike is readying itself for the reintroduction of the Black/Volt "Retro Logo" Air Max 95 for the festive season, which will have no doubt sent fans of the iconic colourway into a frenzy. 

Originally launched in 2020 alongside a "Grey/Volt" counterpart, these kicks pay homage to the enduring legacy of the Air Max 95 silhouette and the Air Max lineage as a whole.

While not a classic colour scheme, these shoes draw inspiration from the early 2000s era of the Air Max, featuring 90s-style Air Max branding just below the iconic Swoosh. 

Although the logo also appears on the tongue, it takes a back seat in this version, allowing other design elements to shine. 

Vibrant "Volt" yellow accents on the tongue and air units seamlessly tie into the overall design theme, while the remainder of the shoe showcases a sleek greyscale suede construction.

Release Date: Around Christmas

Nike Air Max 95 “Dark Obsidian” Racer Blue

The upcoming release of the Dark Obsidian Racer Blue iteration pays tribute to this iconic silhouette, offering a versatile yet subtly vibrant aesthetic.

At the heart of the Nike Air Max 95 Dark Obsidian Racer Blue lies its striking mixed-material design, featuring layers of leather, nubuck and mesh in various obsidian tones. This intricate blend creates a visually appealing effect, further aided by the vibrant blue stitching of the Nike Swoosh on the outer profile, elegantly outlined in light blue.

Adding to its allure, the heel showcases racer blue Nike Air branding, which is embossed onto a suede-like obsidian reflective 3M material, seamlessly blending sophistication with the shoe’s typical sporty vibe.

The contrast between the black solid rubber outsole and the white midsole, housing the iconic Air Max bubbles, creates a bold visual statement. Within these bubbles, supportive elements are displayed in shades of blue, from back to front, offering a dynamic and eye-catching aesthetic.

Release Date: TBD

So those are three of the most anticipated Air Max 95 releases of 2024. As you can see, there are some hot 95s on their way this year, so if you’re a fan of this silhouette then be ready to pounce when these drop! These limited edition Nike Air Max trainers are sure to be hot property!

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