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Nike Air Max II Sneakers

The running community has been patronizing the ideal shoes appropriate for the sport. Among these running icons that has been made popular with its distinct feature is the Nike Air Max II, commonly known as the Air Max Light.

Nike introduced the Air Max II in 1989 as a third member of the Air Max family. It is basically made of leather upper with fabric on the front part and on the tongue. The Swoosh appears on both inner and outer side panels and the Max Air unit is present in the heel. Most Air Max Light releases such as the retros have incorporated unique designs on the toe and collar. Graphic prints are prominent as well as splatter patterns. In nearly all cases, the midsole of this shoe always teams up with the color of the leather Swoosh.

Style is not much a big issue on the Air Max Light since it was designed to solely provide maximum support in a lightweight shoe. The technology that was integrated in every Air Max Light has the potential to endure all the running obstacles, thus maintaining its best performance for a longer time.

Nike Air Max II Orange/Black

Nike Air Max II Brown/Green