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Is the Stash x Nike Air Max Nike Basketball Shoes 95 the greatest Air Max 95 of all-time? Some may agree, while others still consider the original Neon colorway the untouchable when it comes to '95 colorways, but either stance can't really be argued against. We touched on Stash's  Blue Pack' when we featured the Stash x Nike Air Force 1 during Air Force 1 Week, and we knew we would revisit this 2006 release again because the Air Max 95 counterpart is in fact one of the greatest Air Max releases of all-time. These featured the same Harbor Blue colorway and introduced that durable weather-ready material on the upper, but the 95 possesses an identity all-too distinct from it's Air Force 1 Low brother.

So is the Stash x '95 the best Air Max 95 of all-time? You tell us and stay tuned as always for Nike Roshe One more from Classics Revisited .336610 Classics Revisited: Nike Air Max 95 "Olympic" (2004) /2012/07/04/classics-revisited-nike-air-max-95-olympic-2004/ /2012/07/04/classics-revisited-nike-air-max-95-olympic-2004/#comments Thu, 05 Jul 2012 00:00:32 0000 /?p=337005 NIKE AIR MAX 95 WEEK As the collaboration approach to sneaker releases exploded in the early part of the last decade, the various silos within the Nike Air Max Thea Nike Air Max heritage were consistently among the most selected as far as team-up projects. Take a look back through our other selections for the Classics Revisited Nike Air .

Of course there was a bit of distinctly USA flavor, with the Air Max tongue badge boasting a simplified American flag design in the background. Continue reading for a better look at the Nike Air Max 95  Olympic', a leather gem from nearly a decade ago that made its presence known amongst the fierce competition of collabs running the scene at the time. Let us know Nike Air Presto if you've got a pair in your rotation in the comments below and keep it here as we roll out the rest of Nike Air Max 95 week on Classics Revisted.

Believe it or not, 1998 might be one of the best years of Air Max in Nike's history. Aside from the introduction of Tuned Air with the Nike Air Max Plus, there was a wide variety of can't-miss models that dropped in '98; including the Air Max '98 (tonight's focus of Classics Revisited ), there was another '97-based model also referred to as the Air Max '98, the Air Max Tailwind III, the Air Max Triax Plus, a plethora of flagship model re-designs like the Triax, Perseus, and Structure, and who can forget the first official Retro of the Air Max '95? Looking back, 1998 deserves much more respect than it gets, so let's take a look at the highest priced and possibly hardest-to-find model of that year.

The Nike Air Max '98 picked up on the full-length Max Air technology that debuted with the Air Max '97 , using a synthetic leather and mesh upper for weight Nike Air Huarache reduction. The external lace overlay system (the two lace loops at the forefoot) provided optimal fit, while the Max Air cushion we alluded to before utilized the BRS 1000 Nike Regrind outsole. A swift look at original colorways: the most recognized of the bunch is likely the Royal/Red colorway (above) that is commonly referred to as the  Gundam' for its resemblance to the protagonist of the Gundam series. A slew of others followed that year, like the popular  Atlantic Blue' and Navy/Yellow, and again in 2000 in two [Image: nike basketball shoes-226fna.jpg] Cool Grey-based releases and even a sick JD Sports Exclusive.
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