The Nike Air Max 95 “Red Stardust” is ready to dazzle fans of the silhouette with its unique color combination and captivating design.
Drawing inspiration from the recent resurgence of the Air Max 1’s “Big Bubble” relic construction, the Beaverton brand has pushed the envelope even further with their latest Air Max cushioned offering for the upcoming spring season. Intricately designed, this muscle fiber-inspired silhouette is set to create a lasting impression on sneaker enthusiasts and casual wearers alike.
The Nike Air Max 95 “Red Stardust” sports a layered aesthetic, a signature design element of the Sergio Lozano creation, which allows for an incredible range of color blockings. This particular iteration boasts a pristine white sole unit and pitch-dark tread that provide a striking contrast to the stratified sidewalls. The sidewalls come dipped in a harmonious blend of light baby blue, “Sail”, grey, and faded navy tinctures, all composed of a mix of leather, suede, and mesh textures. This eye-catching design pays homage to the blooming colors found in nature during springtime.
A dark “Vast Grey” toe cap and a matching secondary color on the nylon sock liner add a touch of subtlety to the overall ensemble. However, it is the “Red Stardust” accents that truly bring this sneaker to life, injecting a burst of personality and vibrancy into the design. The lace loops, embroidered Swoosh, AM branding, and internal workings of the exposed midsole underfoot all feature this vivid hue, ensuring that the Nike Air Max 95 “Red Stardust” stands out in a crowd.
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While eager fans await the official release date for the Nike Air Max 95 “Red Stardust” (style code: DM0011-008), it is expected to grace the shelves of Nike, on Nike.com and select retailers at a price of $175 USD later this fall.
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