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Nike Air Max 95 SE Releasing With Vintage TV Color Bar Tongues

To go along with the Air Max 97, Nike will be releasing a matching rendition of the Air Max 95 that appears to be part of some type of collection paying tribute to the history of Air.

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This offering of the Nike Air Max 95 comes dressed in a Light Charcoal, University Red, and Black color scheme. The shoe comes constructed in a mix of mesh, leather, suede, and corduroy materials with 3M reflective detailing on the tongues and heels. Colorful eyelets, TV color bar tongue tags, Air Max icons on the insoles atop a Black/Green rubber outsole completes the design.

Check out the official photos below, and look for the Nike Air Max 95 SE “Light Charcoal” to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $170 USD.

Nike Air Max 95 SE
Color: Light Charcoal/University Red-Black
Style Code: DD1502-001
Release Date: December 2020
Price: $170

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

Nike Air Max 95 SE Light Charcoal DD1502-001 Release Date

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