Every pair of shoes has its source of stories and design inspiration. Just like the concept of the backbone of Air Max 95, and the story of “Air Max 95 for BMW” rooted in the Japanese trend culture, it belongs to the subculture of shoes. . They make the shoes no longer stop at the level of “dead matter,” become flesh and blood, full of shape and spirit. I do not know is the official background story, or the mass of a pass ten, pass ten hundred, anyway, Air Max 97 “silver bullet” is with the Japanese Shinkansen train has forged a bond. It is true that the sense of speed and streamlined lines of the Shinkansen in Japan are indeed similar to those of the Air Max 97. This, in addition to the dominance of the Japanese shoe culture in the Asian region in the 1990s, does not seem to be a problem. It’s a bit of a relationship with the train… You don’t do such a dangerous move, but in fact, the Japanese Shinkansen train did not bring direct design enlightenment to Air Max 97. Instead, the purely industrial texture of Christian Tresser’s favorite mountain bike is its direct source of inspiration. The so-called industrial texture is actually quite general. According to the author’s interview with some of the foreign media and Christian Tresser, the industrial texture of his mouth is exactly the glossy modern metal sense, which coincides with the mainstream science fiction and metal culture of the 90s.