Nike Air Max 2015

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The new year is literally right around the corner, and that means the Swoosh is gearing up for the latest iteration of their longstanding Nike Air Max silhouette. Today is the day that we got our first real look at the new Nike Air Max 2015.

The 2015 version of the sneaker sees a completely breathable no-sew engineered upper paired with the brand’s Dynamic Flywire technology promoting lock down and stability for athletes. The lightweight mesh upper has also helped the new model shed 50 grams from last year’s offering, and lighter is definitely better. Of course on the bottom end, Nike has equipped these kicks with a 360-degree Max Air sole designed to provide all day comfort both in the gym during training sessions, and for the casual wearer on the streets. No word on exactly when these will be released, but expect them to hit select retails sooner rather than later.

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