Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew – Grey / Black – Sax Blue

Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew - Grey/Black-Sax Blue
Today we have a look at another Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew from Nike Sportswear in the grey/black-sax blue colorway you see here. These, like the “Neon” colorway are a part of NSW’s Spring/Summer collection and are available now at various NSW retailers around the world. Incase you are wondering what “No-Sew” means, it is a reference to the elimination of stitching due to a new method of construction Nike has developed which bonds synthetic materials to create a strong, stitch free, upper. We are very interested in this and are also interested in hearing what you think about the “No-Sew” version of this classic so make sure you let us know in the comments section below.

Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew - Grey/Black-Sax Blue

Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew - Grey/Black-Sax Blue

Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew - Grey/Black-Sax Blue

Nike Air Max 95 No-Sew - Grey/Black-Sax Blue

Via – mita snekers

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4 responses

  1. I’d really have 2 see this in person, and possibly on-foot. I don’t hold high expectations for another nike retro-contruct, unless it hass 100% flow in the dark sole, smh+lol

    April 1, 2012 at 11:05 am

    • corkcloth

      I would also like to see these in person. I am a fan of the AM 95 as well as the latest in technology from Nike but for some reason this shoe looks a little iffy to me as far as shape is concerned.

      April 1, 2012 at 11:45 am

  2. Ducktales

    This sneaker is an all time classic and staple for wearing. Extremely durable as well. I just parted ways with an OG orange/gray gradient (I think the volor was called signal orange) pair which I believe were released after the OG neon/gray gradiant. I’m looking forward to trying a pair of these on with the new no-sew feature. The OGs are a bit wide which is unlike most Nikes, so if this slims them down a bit im all for it. Nike refers to this new construction method as Pressure weld seam technology. What a lot of people don’t know is that Nike has been using advanced welding of materials for decades. The OG Nike air sole was RF welded back in the early 80s since you can’t use heat to fill and close the air bags.

    April 1, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    • corkcloth

      I agree, the Air Max 95 is a classic indeed. They do in-fact look a bit slimmer then the “sew” version and wouldn’t mind if these had a more narrow fit. That is very interesting and I am glad that you let us know that!

      April 1, 2012 at 4:35 pm

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