Following up on the Hyperfuse trend of the past couple of years, Nike is again remixing some of its most beloved Nike Air Max silhouettes with a brand new technology. That would be Engineered Mesh, a perforated, proprietary material that allows designers to zone out different sections of the sneaker that require more or less flexibility. The Nike Air Max 1,Nike Air Max 90, Nike Air Max 95, and the Nike Air Max 97 are all set to hit in January of 2013 in a group of OG colorways made futuristic by the EM designation. Continue reading for the high res shots of each and let us know if you approve.
Nike Sportswear has four of its most famous classic running originals on tap as we move into the new year. Air Maxes 1 and 90 get the vintage treatment, but for the 97 and its predecessor pictured above, NSW sticks with the time-tested but not antiqued look. And while a VNTG AM95 is an intriguing idea, no one will say that NSW didn’t make the right choice in issuing the ‘Neon’ Nike Air Max 95 OG in the same style that made it famous some eighteen years ago. Count these among the Monday, December 31st releases that offer tons of new possibilities for 2013 and check out some new images after the jump below.
Whether it was to create a wider appeal to the female audience or just the result of some random mating, the Nike WMNSAir Max 95 has seen a number of variations. Of course there was the original version, with the visible Air at the forefoot, but alongside the new “Air” that debuted in 1995 was a 95 design that borrowed the Air Max 93 midsole and the slimmerAir Max 95 Zen that debuted just a few years ago. The Air Max 95 isn’t left out of the women’s Air Attack Pack, using the second of the three AM95 models mentioned before; three colorways are part of the collection – patent white with silver, patent white with neon green, and an all-over hot pink as seen with the Nike Air Maxim 1 Air Attack Pack for mens. Check out the extra pics after the jump and buy these now at Eastbay.