Nike’s penchant for re-releasing original color schemes is one example of what helps make the Beaverton Sneaker conglomerate the leading name in the industry. It is these original color schemes that aided in the original popularity of these respective sneakers, and their welcomed return will be one of the key factors that will keep the Swoosh on top indefinitely. Time and time again, the Sergio Lozano-designed Air Max 95 has dropped in OG colors, and in the near future that will be going down once again with the sporty Crystal blue iteration that masterfully uses the anatomy-inspired silhouette’s gradient midfoot aesthetic. Multiple shades of grey adorn this 95’s panels, while a classic blue hue adds color to numerous embellishments the likes of its lining, lacelets, ovular tongue logo, and outsole. Like other OG returns – i.e. the beloved Neon colorway – each and every detail originally on the sneaker back in 1995 is still in tact, all the way down to its Nike Air and PSI-branded outsole unit.