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The Nike Air Tech Challenge II is back in action this spring, releasing in women’s specific sizing and colorways for the first time since it was a performance tennis shoe in 1990. We’ve already seen a vibrant look in Stadium Green and Volt, and now the classic Andre Agassi model gets another colorful new rendition in a unique blend of Gold Dart suede with tan leather details and a slightly lighter shade of the shoe’s signature “Hot Lava” hue named Lava Glow. Completed with a solid white sole, these are no doubt one of the most distinct looks for the shoe ever. Expect them soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers and

After a few rounds of fashion-forward editions of the Nike Air Tech Challenge II with more contemporary tonal treatments, the iconic tennis shoe returns to its roots for this latest edition in vibrant colors and the original splatter graphics. Actually a colorway just for women, the ‘Special Edition’ Air Tech Challenge II outfits Andre Agassi’s most famous model in grassy Stadium Green suede two shades of purple leather for detailing and Volt for the splattered panels. A solid white sole and more Volt for the visible Air unit complete the unique new look for the women’s ATC2. Hit the ball as loud as you can in your own pair, arriving soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers and

Usually considered a summer shoe due to its tennis roots and traditionally colorful looks, Nike Sportswear is here to challenge your idea of the Air Tech Challenge II with its new winter-ready makeover. Reinforced with a rubberized mudguard, durable leather, and ripstop nylon, you’ve already previewed the Air Tech Challenge II SE in “Triple Black”, and now it arrives in another seasonally appropriate look in ‘Hasta’ green and Anthracite in a “half and half” color block completed with reflective striped laces. Arriving now at overseas Nike Sportswear retailers, you’ll see these hit the shelves in the US soon.