With the classic “Neon” colorway releasing last December to celebrate its 25th anniversary, the current rollout of the NDSTRKT and a forthcoming set of Kim Jones collaborations, it’s a compelling time period for Nike‘s ever-popular Air Max 95. In between “Neon,” NDSTRKT and Jones, however, the Sergio Lozano-designed silhouette is staying in the mix with a new style centered around multi-colored reflective accents.
With its anatomy-inspired upper, the 95 offers multiple layers for different colors and materials to be placed on. Here, its signature wavy side stripes are dressed in navy, brown, olive and black. However, under a flash the top three change colors to bright blue, red and yellow, respectively, while the black stripe keeps its shade. Atop these stripes sit dual-layered black and gray mesh, the latter of which also features hi-vis reflective material. Heels and toeboxes join the hi-vis festivities with black reflective material of their own, and branded hits are served up on the tongue and lateral heel alike. Down below, striking metallic silver midsoles, black Air Max units and black outsoles round off the look.
These glistening Air Max 95s are available now via Nike GB and are priced at £154.95 (approximately $213 USD).
In the mood for more Max? Take a look at a rich coffee brown iteration of the Air Max 97.