Nike Air Max 95 ND “Have a Nike Day” – Black/White-Hyper Jade – ($170)

Nike brings back “Have a Nike Day,” a slogan from a decade ago, to this Air Max 95 ND. The shoe uses the slogan on the lace eyelets and the footbed, as well as the smiley Swoosh logo on the tongue. This edition features black with wavy panels of teal, peach, and violet to pair with a translucent violet outsole. White adds some balance on the midsole and small heel Swoosh to pull the colorway together.

Available on March 1st at 12PM Noon EST through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at Teaneck.


Nike WMNS Air Max 95 and Air Max 1 “Midnight Navy”

Women’s classics arrive with an Air Max 95 and an Air Max 1 in navy, laser pink, white, and grey. In what resembles throwback ACG colorways, pops of laser pink hit the Air Max 95 on the outsole, while the Air Max 1 sees that hue on the Air unit and liner. The 95 has a leather upper which transitions from navy on the mudguard to grey and then white on the throat and tongue. A traditional colorblocking is used on the Air Max 1 with navy suede on the mudguard and white mesh base with tonal grey panels. 

Available on February 22nd at 12 Noon EST through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at Teaneck.


Nike WMNS Air Max 1 “Midnight Navy” ($110)


Nike WMNS Air Max 95 “Midnight Navy” ($160)

Nike Air Max 95 “Mowabb” –┬áChampagne/Safety Orange-Sport Royal – ($180)

In 2008, a “King of the Mountain” edition of the Air Max 90 featured an Nike Mowabb-inspired colorway with serpentine leather on the mudguard and a psychedelic illustration visible though the outsole. This Air Max 95 adopts the ACG color scheme onto its silhouette and grabs the illustration for the outsole as well. Scaled leather hits the panel above the heel while royal and safety orange hit the throat of the shoe inspired by a famed ACG colorway.

Available through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air Max 95 “Safari” – Black/Granite/Safety Orange/Black – ($180)

In 1987, Tinker Hatfield designed what some consider to be the first lifestyle sneaker, the Nike Safari. His use of what has come to be known as the safari print has made its way onto several Nike models since then, including this Air Max 95. Adding to the inspiration, the 2008 Nike Air Max 1 Supreme “Keep Rippin Stop Slippin” Quickstrike provides the color choices and the use of long black horsehair, along with the translucent outsole that reveals an illustration found on the 2008 model.

Available through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at our Teaneck location.

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Nike Air Max 95 – Black/Black-Anthracite ($160)

Nike brings out two staples for this season, including an Air Max 95 in triple black with mixed materials including tumbled leather and mesh. For their Roshe Two Flyknit 365, a gradient diamond weave pattern sits atop a blacked-out Phylon outsole.

Both styles are now available in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.


 

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Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 – Bright Crimson/Dark Grey-Black ($140)