Air Max 95

Year Released: 1995

The Air Max 95 brought a new design element to the Air Max line. It featured the largest heel Air unit at the time, forefoot Air Max, and was designed by Sergio Lozano. Inspired by the human anatomy, the aggressive sole was made to represent the spine, gradiation on the side of the sneaker looked like muscles, the lace loops were the ribs, and the see-through mesh was a person's skin. This is also the first time the branding became about solely about what Air, and not about the Swoosh. The logo was minimized, and the focus became on the heel Air unit that was pumped up to 25 PSI, and the forefoot had a rating of 5 PSI.