When you think of classic Nike colorways, especially in terms of Air Max's, one that always comes to mind is the neon green and grey. Made popular by the Air Max 95, Nike is now bringing the iconic colorway into the modern era and applied it to the Air Max 2015.

We first saw the Air Max 2015 a few months back, and the most notable design change was the addition of larger, exposed Dynamic Flywire. Like most other Air Max's, the 2015 features a full length Air unit to provide runners with maximum cushioning and a true barefoot feel. The upper is made from an engineered mesh to increase durability, and Nike added in few more branding cues including the Air Max logo on the cushioning. This iconic colorway sees some updates as well, as Nike opted for a white upper, that's complimented by black, grey, and neon green hits throughout the shoe.

No official release date has surfaced, but keep it locked for all future info and details on the Air Max 2015.

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