As Nike gears up to celebrate this year’s Air Max Day, the brand has returned to one of its classic silhouettes for a clean new release. The Nike Air Max2 Light has been one of its recent key retros, and today a “Black/White/Anthracite” pair surfaces to be added to your daily rotation.
The 1994 classic is made from a mesh and synthetic upper and sits atop a molded big-Air unit that means the shoe is altogether considerably lighter than its predecessor, giving the Air Max2 Light its name.
This menacing Spring/Summer 2019 offering sees a majorly all-black upper, with a singular white swoosh hitting both sides towards the rear. A blacked-out sole unit sets the shoe off, as do the visible smokey Air bubbles and its signature lace dubrae, seen here in silver.
Head to retailers such as atmos Tokyo to cop a pair for yourself, priced at JP￥14,000 (approx. $125 USD).
In other Air Max news, check out the Nike Air Max 97 “London Summer of Love” On-Air sneakers, dropping soon.