Last week we saw Nike debut a Flyknit upgrade to its Air Max 1, which is now the Air Max 1 Ultra. Naturally, the Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 is getting the same treatment. The most notable upgrade to the running-now-lifestyle shoe is its ”split” color-blocking. However, similar to the recently reimagined Air Max 90 design, this silhouette balances leather panelling with mesh inlays and a seamless toe. The comfortable midsole remains untouched, however. The first three colorways will be making their way to retailers soon, so check back as more details surface.