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Nike's Air Max TL 2.5 sneakers are forgotten no more. Currently enjoying a solid comeback era, the Nike model continues to own the spotlight fully.

After surprising sneakerheads with a runway debut earlier this year, Nike's beefed-up Air Max sneakers will receive an even wider release later this year.

Nike's Air Max TL 2.5 sneakers recently joined a heaping pile of Nike's fairly wild shoe reveals, nearly all slated to release throughout 2024 and some well into 2025.

Nike's Air Max TL 2.5 sneakers look as good and stacked as they did during their aughts debut. Indeed, get ready to indulge in the sneaker's unmistakable wavy upper again, bursting with vibrant color pops and slightly giving off Air Max 97 feels.

Underfoot, full Nike Air flows in the Nike Air Max TL 2.5, giving the sneaker its famously stacked-up platformed look.

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The shoe's soles are part of why this shoe is a unicorn in the Air Max family.

It's pretty uncommon for Air Max sneakers to feature total Nike Air these days, to be specific.

Instead, many of Nike's old-school cushioned runners sport the sportswear titan's famous Air technology in just their heels. The Air Max TL 2.5 is one of the rarities, like the Air Max 360 and Supreme-approved Air Max 98 TL, that goes pure underfoot Air.

So far, the Nike Air Max TL 2.5 sneakers have appeared in a couple of classic colorways, including bright orange and neon green, which feel especially appropriate for the chunky throwback shape.

These will return starting during Holiday 2024 along with some of the other delightfully freakish new shoes.

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As we patiently wait for the latest Air Max sneaker's holiday release date, I gotta ask: Nike, could we maybe get that COMME des GARÇONS collaboration as an appetizer?

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Indeed, it seems likely: given that COMME des GARÇONS' Air Max TL 2.5 footwear collab debuted on the Fall/Winter 2024 runway, expect it to drop right around the time of the comparably colorful general release pairs.

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