Nike has added to is many masculine sneaker designs with the release of a new Air Max 95 that makes use of an oddly divided colorway.
Like other Air Max models, the sole of the sneakers are perforated with a transparent accent that makes it iconic to the brand. Unlike many however, the thick sole is black, rather than white. Above this the colorway lightens to a creamy earth tone, which is where its 'Ale Brown' name comes from.
The majority of the rest is off-white, however the retro-looking Air Max logo contrasts this on the tongue of the sneakers. The company showcases the masculine sneaker design alongside props that make its target market clear -- with burlap fabric and a hammer shown next to the leather Air Max model.