The lightest, most flexible Max Air is back once again, this time in a perfect color to help spring those May flowers.

The Nike Air Max 2014 utilizes a full-length Max Air unit to give the runner maximum cushioning combined with increased flexibility to help athletes perform at their peak. Using a ventilated upper for the Air Max 2014 massively cuts weights, which is always a priority for runners, and the addition of lightweight foam perforations makes for a more comfortable fit with increased ventilation. Finally, Nike added a waffle pattern outsole, designed to redistribute weight more efficiently and get the most out of every step. This particular colorway is strictly a women's release, and channels the spring flowers of May, using a lilac purple upper set atop a full black outsole.

No official release date as of yet, but keep it locked for further information, and let us know if you plan on scooping these up when they hit retail @SneakerReport.

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