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For a shoe whose box might have you believe they’re at least two-thirds turquoise, there’s quite a bit going on with this latest Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire colorway.  It does indeed combine Sport and Midnight Turquoise shades as the basis for this expressive palette, but it’s the orange-leaning Total Crimson and an unnamed green tier though the middle that gives this pair its kick.  A multitude of contrasts including the namesake Kevlar cables might call to mind 2007’s Air Jordan VIIIs ‘Pea Pods’ (similar to that pair’s contrast stitching), so have a closer look after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.

It’s been about a month since the ‘Photo Blue’ drop, so what’s next on the agenda for the Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire?  The immediately relevant answer to that question is pictured above, a new AM95DF featuring a lighter take on the original grey-dient that ends in Anthracite instead of black and adds University Red accents to all the right spots.  Have a closer look at more photos below, then grab your University Red Air Max 95 DYN FWs at NSW shops like Extra Butter.

After last month gave us two more colorful renditions, the Nike Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire returns to the OG grey + accent color for this newest release.  March’s first AM95DF release is reminiscent of a few Photo Blue styles in that original grey-dient releasing in 2009 and ’10, but clearly stands apart from those drops thanks to the namesake reinforcement cables and a full-length Max Air cushion.  Let us know where these rank in the short but impactful history of the Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire after you’ve seen more images below, then grab yours at Nike Sportswear dealers likeSocial Status.