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The Nike Air Max 2 Light is a treatsport.com running sneaker that was first introduced to market in 1994-1995. It features a brand-new four-chambered Air Max unit that boasts two different pressure systems. A full ounce lighter than the original Air Max 2, the Light is known aesthetically for its striking paneled upper. It retroed for the first time in January of 2019, and is set to arrive in many new colors over the rest of the year.

With its heavily-layered upper, Nike's Air Max 2 Light is a perfect silhouette for bold nike trainers neutral makeups, and this new contrast-stitch swathed pair might be the Swoosh Brand's loudest effort yet. The upper is formed from a mix of leather, nylon, and mesh, each piece of which is accented by neon contrast stitching in red, yellow, or teal. The overlays, toebox, and tongue take on a stark black, while the midfoot opts for a rich purple and the mudguard combines both teal and yellow.

There's plenty of special alternate details to be seen here as well, thanks to the colorful tongue badge, new "Sportswear" tongue tag, rope laces, and large nike air max2 light purple translucent deubre equipped with a black Swoosh. Down below, a white midsole and a black Air Max unit with murky marbled patterns completes the look. Certainly not manufactured for malingerers or acceptable for alarmists, these flashy 2 Lights were definitely designed with the bold in mind.

Nike continues to Online Shopping expand on their Air Max2 Light lineup by releasing a brand new "University Red" color option.This offering comes dressed in a University Red, Black, Reflect Silver, and Pure Platinum color scheme. It features Red leather overlays, Black and Platinum underlays paired with a Silver Swoosh logo and matching heel badge. A White midsole atop a Red and White rubber outsole completes the design.

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