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Nike Air Max 95

The Nike Air Max 95 was designed by Sergio Lozano, inspiring himself in human anatomy. The upper of the shoe features layered panels, usually incorporating various shades of color. The Air Max 95 was the first sneaker to feature a visible Air unit in the forefoot and the first Air Max to have a black midsole. At SVD you can find a selection of limited-edition AM95!
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    Shop your new Air Max 95 at SVD

    Oh, we know alright. They're one of the most distinctive Air Max's out there, aren't they? Launched in 1995 and designed by Sergio Lozano, these sneakers are a must-have in sneaker fashion, guaranteed to add some character to your looks. On the SVD online store you can find a carefully selected collection of these models for men and women in all the colors: black, red, gray or neon, all of them are just as stylish and comfortable thanks to the signature air bubble and high quality materials.

    The latest Air Max 95's are waiting for you at SVD


    In the SVD catalog we have both classic and exclusive Nike Air Max 95 essentials, so that you're never short on style. Update your closet with the brand's latest releases: such as the Air Max 95 SE, the Air Max 95 Essential and the Air Max 95 NDSTRKT; what are you waiting for?

    Find the Air Max 95 for men that best suits your style


    Keep up with sneaker trends this season and shop your Air Max 95 at SVD - they are set to become a success. A legend in Nike history that never go out of fashion. Their fame is down to the harmonious silhouette and wavy lines, placing one of the Swoosh brand's most popular designs right at the top of the podium.

    Discover Air Max 95 for women in your favorite color


    You heard it here first, we're telling you the latest scoop: the Air Max 95 is the sneaker of the year. Shop your favorite Air Max 95 sneakers for women on the SVD website. Choose the ones you like most from our exclusive collection for the female foot, featuring eye-catching shapes and fun colors, but without ever abandoning the original colorways.