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#1 07-03-2020 06:23:54

Registered: 07-03-2020
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Nike Air Max2 Light University Gold


Contrasting the “Habanero Navy” colorway is the Nike Shoes On Sale, also slated to make its debut at select retailers tomorrow. Like the aforementioned pair, this variation flaunts a color block theme across its mesh and jagged leather paneled construction. Tones of cream, green, blue, black and red are prominent across its upper, while white and orange is utilized for the laces, followed by light yellow for the interior lining. Finally, chrome accents on the branded heel, a white midsole with green for the visible Air cushioning and a tricolor outsole tops it all off.

The '90-era Nike Shoes For Women officially made its anticipated return to retailers earlier this year and included a special collaboration with Atmos. Unlike its colorful predecessor, this patchwork upper is comprised of darker panels inspired by vintage Nike apparel that's combined with eye-catching Swoosh and branding throughout the entirety of the shoe. Capping off the look is a contrasting white midsole along with a red air bubble and a black outsole.

For the summer months, Nike Shoes Pink is set to release two brand new colorful Air Max2 Light color options. One comes dressed in Dark Obsidian/Sail-Racer Blue, while the other sports a Habanero Red/Armory Navy-Radiant Emerald color scheme. Both come built in a mix of synthetic leather, and mesh with jagged paneling and reflective heel badges.

With a handful of OG colorways having already released this year, the cult classic Nike Air Max2 Light University Gold returns once again dressed in a familiar color scheme from the Air Max lineage.  This time around, Nike has outfitted the 1994 runner in a colorway reminiscent of the OG "Neon" Air Max 95. The pair features a light grey mesh upper with a darker shade used for the jagged leather overlays. Volt, similar to the Neon Green used on the classic Air Max 95 colorway, colors the Swoosh, tongue and heel branding, and Air bubble in the heel.