The pair was first teased by Atmos' creative director Hirofumi Kojima on Instagram yesterday, and unlike the classic running variation, this pair opts for the winter utility version for added durability, traction, and visibility. It features a predominately red color scheme with teal accents on the tongue and sock liner. Even the classic Air Max branding has been altered to resemble the look of the famous landmark stamped onto the insole and translucent outsole.
This isn't the first time that the famous landmark was celebrated with the Air Max 95 release. Last year, the brand also dropped a special "Mt. Fuji" iteration of the classic running sneaker that was only available in Japan.
As of now, select sizes of this "Mt. Fuji" Nike Air Max 95 are currently available now exclusively on Atmos-Tokyo.com. Stay tuned to Sole Collector for news of a wider launch potentially happening on Air Max Day.