This particular pair sports a "White/Stealth/Black" colorway. Covering the entirety of the white leather upper is a black digi-camo pattern reminiscent of the pixelated "Noise" graphics often used by the brand. Other special hits include a dual-branded logo stitched on the mesh tongue and gum bottoms. According to @py_rates on Twitter, the duo will also be releasing a second colorway of the Air Max 95 in a more colorful "Blackened Blue/Desert Ore" iteration.
The Cav Empt x Nike Air Max 95 collection is currently slated to release on Nov. 29 for $200 each.
UPDATE (12/21): Nike has officially announced its upcoming collaboration with Japanese streetwear brand Cav Empt. The collection will include the label's take on the Air Max 95, as well as matching apparel inspired by London and Japanese style.
"In the early 2000s, a Nike tracksuit paired with Nike Air Max was the uniform of the London streets. We started C.E. a decade later, and though we were in Tokyo, images from that time and place have been consistently with us," Cav Empt co-founder Toby Feltwell said in an official press release. "We looked at this opportunity to work with Nike as a way to interact with these images more directly. We are engaging in a sort of time travel. The project with Nike has allowed us to work in the present to redesign our past."
The Cav Empt x Nike collection will release via Cav Empt Tokyo and cavempt.com on Jan. 5 before receiving a wider release on Jan. 10.