A Blue Glow-colored nike air max 90 ultra pair will join alongside this University Red edition of the Nike Flyknit Racer for its lineup next year. Flaunting an eye-catching, yet understated color scheme university red and bright mango are intertwined with black accents across its intricate knitted upper to define its respective profile. Tonal black detailing is further applied on the tongue, inner lining and swooshes, while a 3M reflective pull tab is placed on the heel. Finally, a black and white sole unit caps off the sleek composition. Nike Europe retailers have this pair launching on January 27th, although, a stateside release has not been confirmed yet. Stay tuned to KicksOnFire for more updates.
Arriving in two classic colorways, one drawing from the "Infrared" Air Max 90 and the other from the "Neon" Air Max 95 as well as two new colorways, a tonal all-white and a straightforwards black/white, each shoe offers a mix of old and new via a sock-like one-piece upper and classic Air Max 90 detailing like the midfoot mudguard and plastic heel tab.All four colorways sit on top of a classic Air Max 90 midsole while the outsole features elements from the Air Max 90 Ultra. The EZ also features nike air max invigor Air Max branding on the tongue and heel tabs. The infrared and black/white colorways of this easy on, easy off Air Max are available from Foot Locker now. Air Max Day is always full of twists and surprises, and the latest unexpected occurrence of the eventful celebratory day, a custom Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 97/1 comes via Mache Customs and Concepts.
Foot Locker and Nike are set nike air max zero to introduce an exclusive set of Tuned Air sneakers that evoke a shark-like mentality. Individually dubbed "Before the Bite" and "After the Bite", the first selection utilizes grey as its dominant hue that plays off the color of the ocean's top predator; the shark. "After the Bite" utilizes a deep red pigment that is a nod to a shark bite and the bloody destruction that the animal is capable of. For those that don't know, the Tuned Air is a slightly modified version of the popular Air Max Plus that sees the pattern on its upper assimilated into the material, rather than placing it atop the design. In fact, the Tuned Air is exclusive to Foot Locker, Inc. and is available exclusively at the Foot Locker Family of Brands; Footaction, Champs Sports, Eastbay, nike air odyssey etc.
Utilizing Metallic Gold for contrast, the Beaverton Brand calls upon the color that is synonymous with luxury to be featured on its Swoosh branding. While the weather seems to be in no hurry to make a move toward Spring, this light hearted color palette will have customers dreaming of the warmer days ahead. Currently, no release information has been reported, but official images lend to a release happening sooner rather than later. In other Vapormax news, check out some interesting facts on the ACRONYM x Vapormax Moc and stay tuned for the second and third releases scheduled to go down in May. The return of original colorways is always a good way to re-focus consumer energy toward a sneaker that has not been prevalent for quite some time. That is exactly what Nike has done as of late with the Flyknit Trainer.
The timing of this release comes just a day before Air Max Day, the global celebration of all-things Air Max footwear. Enter the Draw now. Nike's Air Max 1 has seen everything from a spring-ready "Watermelon" colorway to the announcement a bold orange "Just Do It" iteration in the past few weeks, and now the first-ever Nike shoe to feature a visible air unit is available in a pastel indigo/purple colorway, titled the "Indigo Perf." This clean, stately colorway features a dark dusty purple/light grey indigo upper on top of a sail midsole, finished off with a black sole. The shoe is available from French retailer CornerStreet now, and for those in the US, it'll see an official stateside release on Nike soon.
No official release date has been unveiled by Nike just yet, but look for these colorful Air Force 1's to drop sometime this spring. Originally released in 1995 as a cross-trainer, the Nike Air Scream nike astro sock boots LWP (short for light weight performance) made a surprise return earlier this month in a bright, bold colorway reminiscent of 2016's ACRONYM Presto. Featuring a volt yellow, sock-like racer upper with a black leather overlay, a unique lacing system with pink accents and small turquoise logo hits, Nike detailing on the heel pull tab and a chunky white midsole, these Air Screams are an adventurous blast from the past. Feeling the colorful vintage vibes these Air Screams offer? The shoes aren't available from any US retailers, but you can still head over to Solebox to pick your pair up now.
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