The next design to join Nike‘s three decade long range of human-anatomy-inspired Air Max 95 models is the Sergio-Lozano-designed sporty Royal Blue and White colorway. We are presented with a sneaker that takes a different approach to the classic OG style, which features a heavily perforated upper for both ventilation and comfort. The refreshing “Royal Blue” is seen on the wave stripes — contrasting starkly with two white waves — and the entire air bubble unit, toe box, as well as on the outline of the tongue logos. A pure white covers the rest of the shoe, including the midsole, providing a clean and light aesthetic in contrast with the blue. Finishing touches include a sleek black lining while the tongue provides a stark and attention-catching contrast. Lastly, black extends to the lace loops too, seen through white mesh.
The model is set to launch some time in March, and should set you back around $160 USD.
In the world of Air Max, Nike has also announced that it will be releasing Gwang Shin’s Air Max 97 "Neon Seoul" during its 2019 Air Max Day celebrations.