Nike Air Max 95 real vs fake review. How to spot counterfeit Nike Airmax 95 sneakers.

Nike Air Max 95 real vs fake review. How to spot counterfeit Nike Airmax 95 sneakers.

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00:00 – Intro
0:16 – Check the visible Nike logos
0:48 – Check the outsole
1:40 – The tongue and front logos
2:19 – The heel logos
2:40 – Check the inside tag
4:01 – The shoe inside

The Nike Air Max 95 Essential takes design cues from the human body and brings them to your feet. The midsole represents the spine, the graduated panels are the muscles, the lace loops are the shoe’s ribs and the mesh on the upper is the skin. A Max Air unit rounds it out with cushioned comfort for everyday wear, while the solid upper makes it a versatile choice for any outfit.


Breathable mesh upper has leather and synthetic leather reinforcements.
The innovative lacing system gives you a custom fit.
Flex grooves in the outsole bend with your foot.

The visual design of the Air Max 95 was created by Sergio Lozano, who based the design of the Air Max 95 on the human anatomy, with the spine of the shoe resembling the human spine and the materials intended to represent skin, ribs, and tendons.[6] The Air Max 95 was the first pair in the line to utilize two air cushions in the forefoot and used air pressure technology to fit the curvature of the wearer’s forefoot.[7] The first colorway was black, neon yellow and white. Neon yellow was used to emphasize the multiple air units. The shoe also introduced a smaller Nike swoosh minimized in the rear side panel. Original releases featured a “25 PSI” air pressure reading on the rear air unit. Uppers also featured 3M Scotchlite material.[8]

The product was referenced in the hip hop song “Hate It or Love It” by The Game, which was a worldwide top 10 hit in 2005. Also referenced by rappers Gucci Mane in the hit single “Bricks” and Waka Flocka Flame on the track “Head First” in his 2009 mixtape, “Lebron Flocka James”. The rapper Eminem designed a limited-edition range of Air Maxes sold for charity

Air Max 95’s have a Swoosh logo near the heel, check the quality of the reproduction. If the Swoosh is glued on make sure no excess glue is showing, if it is stitched on make sure the stitching is neat and even. If the Swoosh is printed or stamped on make sure the edges are a sharp and clear straight line.

There should be a Nike Air logo on the heel, check the position and size of this logo. This is also an opportunity to check the stitching around the heel logo, make sure it is tight and evenly spaced.

High quality stitching can be hard to replicate. Check carefully that the stitching on the heel of the Nikes is tight, straight and cleanly finished.

Inside label details vary depending on year, country of manufacture and style. Check the style number, usually 9 digits, matches that found on the box. Check that the tail of the Q in FABRIQUE starts inside the circle. Check for any spelling errors and that the glue area is uniform and neat. The shoe’s production date will fall between the two dates indicated on the label

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