Nike Sportswear pulled out all of the stops for their first annual Air Max Day including the brand new nike air max zero femme, once just an initial sketch from Tinker Hatfield before the Nike Air Max 1 even came to fruition. Sure, Nike updated the silhouette with a number of modernised materials like a bolstered mesh, Tape seams, and more, but the shoe did keep the original patterns and Air Max system from Tinker’s original blueprint. Now almost three years later, the Air Max Zero remains to be an essential player in Nike’s Air Max collective and today we get a look at a women’s exclusive “Pure Platinum” colorway perfect for any occasion.
Don’t sleep on the nike free flyknit femme pas cher. The silhouette has HTM origins – you know the holy trinity of Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker – but ever since opening up to a wider releases slate, the model hasn’t received as much love. Today we get a look at a sea foam green variety known as “Rough Green”. There isn’t much rough about it, as the hypnotizing green array sees accents of black and dark grey serve as a backdrop to truly let the shade pop. Check out a better view below and be on the lookout for this pair to arrive at select retailers in the coming weeks.
Nike Sportswear and Nike SB have brought back a full-on Dunk renaissance over the past year with a number of original early 2000s era Dunks returning to store shelves. This weekend, a special version of the nike dunk low femme featuring 9 total materials will be releasing thanks to London’s own The Basement, a select group of young UK creatives connected both online and offline by their passion for culture and community. The Basement x Nike Dunk Low utilizes canvas, corduroy denim, mesh, double twill canvas, nubuck, heavyweight denim, flat leather, tumbled leather, and 3M reflective accents all in a simple and refined Black/Gum colorway complete with mini-Swoosh branding to top things off.
It looks like the velvet-covered Dunk High won’t be the only nike sb stefan janoski pas cher release of its kind for Christmas this year, as today we get a look at a coinciding green velvet edition of the Zoom Stefan Janoski. Just like the red velvet Dunk, the Janoski features its entire upper covered in a velvet material with a red plaid sockliner for a unique new Christmas theme from Nike SB. While we wait to see if any more velvet sneakers show up, get a full look at the Janoski and stay tuned for further release details.
Nike Sportswear is gearing up for the cold months ahead with the return of nike lunar force 1 pas cher Duckboot in its original colorway now available at select retailers for $165 USD. The update to Bruce Kilgore’s iconic basketball model pairs a Lunarlon midsole unit for extra comfort with a bolstered rigid outsole unit perfect for getting through the ice and snow that looms in the coming months. A standard Duckboot inspired colorway of Black, Light British Tan, and Gold Dart accents flank the high top in tumbled leather with a synthetic rubberized Kurim toecap sporting Watershield technology to keep your feet both warm and dry. Metallic Gold accents hit the boot-inspire lace eyelets while yellow boot laces add a classic finish to the pair. What do you think about the Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot returning for Fall/Winter 2016?
The popular lifestyle runner silhouette for the ladies, the nike air max thea femme pas cher, gets extra loud with this latest eye-blazing look in Cyber – Liquid Lime. Not Volt but close to it, the neon-colored Thea comes in a Cyber mesh and synthetic upper with almost tonal Liquid Lime soles and Swooshes. The vibrant Air Max Thea will be on hand at select Nike Sportswear retailers later this spring.