Last year the Hyperfused version of the Air Max 95 hit shelves in a high tech update of an old classic that also included a 360 degree Air Max bubble. In 2013, Nike has found middle ground between the classic Air Max 95 and the Air Max 95 360. That middle ground can be found in the Air Max 95 No-Sew, the first AM 95 release of any kind in 2013. The no-sew version keeps the sleek Hyperfused upper that was introduced last year but has reverted back to the original 1995 midsole and Air Max bubble construction pattern. On Saturday, a anthracite/metallic silver-cool grey-wolf grey colorway of the shoe will drop. From the white mesh that surrounds the laces, the shade of white quickly turns to dark grey as you approach the midsole. A strip of reflective 3M runs down the tongue.

The Nike Air Max ’95 No-Sew releases on Saturday, April 6 at Foot Locker and online at (starting at 8:00 a.m. EST.) The pair will retail for $150.

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