Air Max Light

Air Max Light

The Nike Air Max 2 Light Pairs Up Teal And Crimson Red

Since retroeing for the first time ever earlier this year, there’s no doubt that the Nike Air Max2 Light has had quite a fruitful run....

By Elliot Santiago September 7, 2019

The Nike Air Max 2 Light Dresses Up In Teal And Yellow Accents

While once seeing at least five colorways a week, the Nike Air Max 2 Light has slowed down tremendously, giving each one of us more...

By Michael Le July 28, 2019

Official Images Of The Nike Air Max 2 Light OG “Dolphins”

Nike’s obsession with Miami has always been apparent throughout years of releases, as its design teams dress iconic silhouettes in the bright neon tones often...

By Michael Le December 24, 2018

Nike Air Max Light GS “Gym Red”

Gradeschoolers get their first shot at the Nike Air Max Light, as the classic 1989 runner shows up in GS sizing. Among the first little-sized...

By Zack Schlemmer January 24, 2015

Nike Air Max Light – Anthracite – Legend Blue

No, they’re not Air Jordan 11s, but that is Legend Blue you see. Expanding this season’s hottest hue beyond the coveted Air Jordan 11, Nike...

By Zack Schlemmer December 18, 2014

Nike Women’s Air Max Light – White – Dusty Cactus – Black

The comfort of the Nike Air Max Light is truly unparalleled. It may not be the superstar that the Air Max 1, Air Max 90,...

By staff October 26, 2014

Nike Air Max Light – Black – White – Chino – Flat Pewter

Dating back to its original release in 1989, the Nike Air Max Light has always been an underrated shoe. Not nearly as popular as the...

By staff October 22, 2014

Nike Air Max Light – Anthracite – Copper Flash – Bamboo

The Nike Air Max Light showed up last year in an “Easter Pack” setup from Size?, back when that Euro retail chain was still messing...

By Brendan Dunne October 1, 2014

Nike Air Max Light – White – Black – Light Magnet Grey

2014’s Nike Air Max Light output is one that’s been centered on bright colors – scroll through our archives for that shoe and you’ll find...

By Brendan Dunne September 21, 2014