What’s better than an AirPad in the midsole? That’s right, two AirPads in the midsole. And that’s exactly what the Air Max 95 is equipped with, the only one in the Air Max series. Creator and designer Sergio Lonzano took the structure of the human body as inspiration for the design of the Nike Air Max 95, so the curved midsole represents the human spine. Different layers of the uppers represent tissues and muscles, while the lacing system represents the ribs. Unusual but equally popular was the absence of an oversized Swoosh on the side. The famous Nike logo only decorates the back of the shoe in a relatively restrained manner. Here, the Nike WMNS Air Max 95 comes around the corner in a nicely coordinated, summery colorway in pink!