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This brand new Air Max 95 colourway pays tribute to its original design inspiration with anatomical details, specifically bones. Fans of the Nike Air Max 95 know where Sergio Lozano based the shoe on. But for those who don’t, it’s human anatomy! This Nike Air Max 95 QS “Light Bone” boasts neutral tones with bone-like details on the midsole and outsole.
While this may not count as a Halloween sneaker, this new colourway has some spooky details below. A skeletal graphic of what seems to be a foot appears on the outsole’s midfoot area. The overall construction of Grey and White makes up for one impressive summer shoe, though!
The Nike Air Max 95 originally came out in 1995 and led the mid-90s Air Max era. Inspired by human anatomy, the AM95 features wavy panels resembling human muscle. While the lacing setup acts as the ribs, and the midsole as lungs.
Nike labels are minimal on the Air Max 95, there’s a mini Swoosh right on the rear and a modern “Air Max” label on the tongue. What makes the shoe stand out above all things is the forefoot and heel Air Max units. This was the first time a visible Air unit made its way to the forefoot, providing more cushioning than ever before during its time.
This Nike Air Max 95 QS “Light Bone Skeleton” features a Greyscale suede upper with Light Bone hues on the laces. Speckles on the midsole resemble the bones. Subtle details of human ribs adorn the Air Max label on the tongue for more anatomical inspiration.
The Cream White semi-translucent outsole flaunts a skeletal graphic of a foot on the cored-out section on the midfoot.
Stay tuned for this release together with another Air Max 95 inspired by human anatomy this August 2022.
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