Nike’s Air Max 95 appears to be making an early push for releases in 2022, with a number of fresh colorways dropping in the past month alone. Today, we have an early look at a striking “Topography” release, coming soon.

2022 is not an anniversary year for the Air Max 95, but it appears the Swoosh is choosing to celebrate one of the most beloved Air Max models regardless. In the past few weeks alone, the AM95 has released in a handful of new colorways, giving fans of the vintage runner plenty to talk about while we anxiously await the return of the Air Max 1. This week, the AM95 has surfaced in yet another exciting new look for the new year, featuring an embossed ‘Topography’ graphic across its suede and leather layering. The shoe’s many layers begin with a sand-colored tone near the bottom before gradually fading darker into the black mesh top layer that protects the lacing system. Flashes of color on the webbing loops transition from yellow to red, while a red Swoosh on the heels completes the look.


Nike’s upcoming “Green Snake” edition of the Air Max 95 has not yet been officially announced, though we do expect them to release in the coming weeks. The pale green color scheme will be available from both Nike and select retailers, with a new price tag of $185 for 2022. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

UPDATE 6/23/22: Nike’s SNKRS app has finally unveiled their release of the ‘Limestone’ Air Max 95, previously referred to by the name ‘Topography’. The shows will drop through the app on July 29th, 2022, with a price tag of $185.

UPDATE 5/13/22: Nike’s “Topography” colorway of the Air Max 95 has surfaced via the END. Clothing Launches platform, where they are currently available via raffle. The shoes will release on May 19th, likely accompanied by a stateside release in the coming weeks.

Nike Air Max 95 “Topography”
Release Date: 2022
Price: $180
Color: Off Noir/University Red-Rattan-Limestone
Style Code: DV3197-001

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