Nike is dialing it back to the 90s with the return of its Air Max2 Light sneaker. The performance silhouette will make its way back to shelves in two colorway options seemingly inspired by the Air Jordan 5 “Grape.” The first selection dons the same moniker as the aforementioned Jordan classic with a purple base and teal accents found on its Swoosh and visible Air Max unit in the heel. The latter welcomes those same accents in purple onto a bold teal base, dubbed “Reverse Grape.” Each iteration welcomes a mix of suede, mesh and nylon throughout their respective uppers in addition to nostalgic Nike branding found on the tongue and heel.
Each colorway of the Nike Air Max2 Light is expected to arrive on the earlier side of 2019 at select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike.com. In related NSW news, you can take a look at the Air VaporMax Plus “Navy/Red/White-Metallic Gold.”