Nike's N7 imprint - the initiative that supports Native American and Indigenous youth culture across the nation - has seen collaborations with sporing stars Lauren Schad and Kyrie Irving on sneakers that look to champion the communities they come from.
Now, the N7 collection welcomes a new member with its special edition Air Max 95. The design takes on a light tan colorway while also integrating multicolour strips that work in adjacency to the eye stays. Using the 95's layering to its full effect, the strips are kept in unison by the stitching that lies along the edge of the burlap-constructed top line. The design is finished off with light blue Swooshes with fully-recycled N7-branded insoles. Finishing off the design, the Grind Rubber outsole creates a soft foundation for wearers.
You can have a look at the Nike Air Max 95 N7 above and it will be available on the official Nike store in the coming weeks.
In other sneaker news, the new Nike Dunk Low is gearing up for summer with a new "Orange Suede" colorway.
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