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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Max 95 Premium "Cherry Blossom"

Key Features: Inspired by Japan's cherry blossom festival (Hanami), Nike's latest Air Max 95 features a translucent upper, complete with a camo-like digital print and floral motifs around the eyelets. The sneaker also comes with a speckled black toe, heel, and sole, as well as the Air Max's signature bubble sole and visible Air chambers.

Release Date: Available now

Price: ¥17,000 (approximately $159)

Buy: atmos

Editor’s Notes: Following last week's Mount Fuji-inspired atmos x Nike Air Max 95, the Swoosh is back with another iteration of the popular model, this time paying homage to Japan’s popular cherry blossom festival. While previously being available in-store only at atmos, the sneaker is now available online (though is still a Japan-exclusive).

The sneaker was first teased online by Hirofumi Kojima, atmos’ creative director, who shared a first look at the sneaker on Instagram last week. The "Cherry Blossom" Air Max 95 is now available to shop exclusively in Japan at atmos webstore, with a retail price of ¥17,000 (approximately $159).

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