The Nike Air Safari SE gets a bit of a makeover by way of the University Red noted on the overlays. Out now, let’s get a closer look. This new iteration of the Nike Air Safari SE is dipped in a University Red, Black, Monarch, and Cobblestone color scheme. The upper consists of a Tan leather toe cap with Black suede on the mid-section, safari print around the ankle collar and Red overlays on the toe and heel overlays. Black, White and University Red hits land on the sole of the shoe.
Today we’re getting a look at two upcoming colorways in the Nike Air Safari LE, which by the way, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Both versions opt for mesh on the toe box, and utilize black along the middle portion of the upper, as well as the classic Safari print throughout. One pair features blue accents, while the other, yellow. Both pairs are finished off with subtle white soles.
One of the cleanest colorways of the Nike Air Safari that we’ve ever seen is making its way to retailers in the near future and it’s perfect for the current Fall season. Taking on an appealing palette of Olive Canvas and Black, this Nike Air Safari comes dominated by Olive Canvas on the upper which has been constructed out of mesh and leather for that classic Air Safari look. Complementing hits of Black are then seen on the ankle, Swoosh, and midsole while the signature black and grey safari print appears on the heel. A white midsole and tri-colored outsole complete the look.
One of the first colorways to arrive on the brand new Nike KD 12 is this special “90’s Kid” edition. The model originally received an April release date, but it’s scheduled to drop in May instead. The shoe’s vibrant color scheme id inspired by the classic Nike Air Command Force, made famous by one of the most iconic basketball movies of all time, White Men Can’t Jump. Its bold colorway also celebrates the flare of the colorful ’90s, evident with its neon tones and artsy detailing across the heels, while reflecting Kevin Durant’s game rooted in the attitude of ‘90s hoop culture.
Kevin Durant was seen wearing the new Nike KD 12 University Red during the 2019 NBA Playoffs and this rendition of his signature basketball sneaker is going to make its debut next month. Covered in a popular combination of University Red, Black, and White hues, the model features bright red uppers paired with contrasting black detailing all over and more tonal hits for the tongue, laces and inner lining. Finally, a white speckled midsole and translucent outsole completes the style nicely.
Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors are currently battling the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Semifinals, and his signature Nike KD 12 will be arriving in a special “Warriors Home” edition just in time for the playoffs. Covered in the team’s home colors of white, game royal, and amarillo, the model’s uppers are colored in white that is contrasted with blue and yellow accents all over via branding, lining and stitching. Finally, blue translucent marble-styled outsoles with Nike Zoom cushioning tops off the style.
The Nike Tanjun will debut in a Midnight Navy/Game Royal combination as well as a clean Wolf Grey/White colorway. Both pairs will be constructed out of a mesh upper that comes in a diamond grid pattern. The Nike Swoosh on the side panes will come in white to create a nice contrast on the Tanjun. When it comes to the midsole, it looks almost identical to the Roshe Run offering, with the only difference comes in the form of a wave that hits the mid-section of the midsole. Another difference is that the Nike Tanjun has a more structured and visible eyestay and vamp.
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The Under Armour HOVR Havoc was introduced just about a year ago. With the NBA season concluding and players getting ready for the new season, Under Armour has just introduced the Under Armour HOVR Havoc II. Helping debut the new model are none other than Under Armour NBA athletes Joel Embiid, Dennis Smith Jr. and Mo Bamba.
Slated to drop by the end of the week, here is an official look at the Under Armour Curry 6 Roaracle. The Under Armour HOVR HAVOC II basketball shoe is made for a player of any size or skillset in the modern game, providing comfort, stability and flexibility to fit any range of motion.
This special iteration of the Under Armour Curry 6 pays tribute to Oracle Arena. Oracle Arena is nicknamed Roaracle due to the deafening cheers and unmatched energy that Golden State Warriors fans bring to every home game. The Under Armour Curry 6 Roaracle comes dressed in a Bright Red upper with a Neon Green outsole. Details on the shoe include the decibel meter on the midsole behind the SC logo; inspired by the thundering decibel levels of Oracle Arena, and a nod to the support of Dub Nation that is found across the world. Other details on the shoe include the sockliner that references “Roar” and “This is Our House,” while the tongue also features a decibel meter, as the Warriors say farewell to their longtime home of Oracle Arena.
Having just gone over the Nike Air Max 96 XX in the White an Teal colorway, today we get a look at another colorway of the model that also up for grabs. Donning a White, Navy and Gold aesthetic, let’s get a closer look at the shoe.Nike Air Max is digging deeper into its crates and coming up with gems like this Nike Air Max 96+ Evolve. The model is presented now in a white / obsidian colorway that looks as futuristic as ever while hits of volt electrify the outsole.
The Air Max 96 XX comes constructed out of a mesh upper accented by the leather overlays. Notable details on the shoe include both the stitched mini Swoosh on the quarter panel and stitched Nike Swoosh on the side panel. The back portion of the shoe switches it up a bit as it comes with a suede heel tab and leather heel wrap do add another dimension to the shoe.
The Nike Air Max 96 turned 20 this year. Although that may be the case, Nike did not do much in terms of celebrating the model this year. Yes, they brought the model back, but the releases and colorways were far and few in between. With the year coming to an end, Nike has decided to put on the spotlight on the anniversary with these two special releases.
There was the Nike Air Foamposite One Knicks that released in 2014, and the NY theme is coming back on the Nike Air Foamposite Pro for 2019 this time. Flaunting a Black/Battle Blue-Total Orange color scheme, the design is composed of a black foamposite shell with more black applied on the leather detailing on its eyestay and heel. The Knicks theme comes to life with the addition of orange on the Swoosh logo and tongue, followed by blue accents on the mini Swooshes and rubber outsole.
More variations of LeBron James’ next signature sneaker, the Nike LeBron 17 continue to surface before its official debut, and it’s now revealed in a “Lakers” colorway. Sporting an official mix of Black, White, Eggplant, and Amarillo, the silhouette bears the hues across its new Knitposite upper, while pops of purple and gold are intertwined across the composition. More purple is utilized on the Max Air heel unit and visible Zoom at the forefoot. Finally, the model is topped off with a black leather tongue, white reverse Swoosh logo on the heel and white rubber outsole.
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Knicks” is set to make its debut this weekend, and it’s the next variation of the popular basketball silhouette this season. Evoking the Knicks theme throughout, the show features black dominating the foamposite shell, alongside matching leather on the eyestay and heel. Vibrant orange is then applied on the Swooshes across its sides and detailing on the tongue, while blue accents on the mini Swooshes, tongue labels, heel tabs and rubber outsole top off the theme.
Nike has taken the lid off the Nike PG 1, Paul George’s signature shoe debut with Nike Basketball, via a press release. After a brief tease earlier this morning, the All-Star will rock the NBA 2K colorway – highlighting his turn as this year’s cover athlete for the video game – on Thursday, January 12 at the O2 Arena in London when the Indiana Pacers take on the Denver Nuggets. He will join the likes of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and LeBron James as active Nike Basketball signature athletes.
The lightweight low-cut sneaker follows George’s preferences and was designed by Tony Hardman, known for his work on the Nike Zoom Run The One and the Nike Hyperchase, the latter of which was worn by George extensively. Signature details on the shoe include a bobber lace lock that was inspired by George’s fishing hobby, his jersey number on the heel and more. For the 2K colorway, the PG 1 will feature a unique sockliner that has George’s video game likeness.
It has been documented that one of Paul George’s favorite hobbies is fishing and Nike has expressed that by releasing special colorways of his signature shoes with some fishing inspiration. Today we bring you a look at the latest pair with this Nike PG 3 Lure.
This new colorway of the Nike PG 3 takes on colors inspired by water as Platinum Tint and Aqua Blue combine on the mesh constructed upper along with bright green accents on the branding and tongue. Finishing details include dark grey Swooshes on the lateral midsoles and a fish logo placed on the heel.
Following a multicolored offering, the women’s Nike Juvenate Woven Premium is offered in phantom finish for its latest colorway this Spring 2016.
Inspired by the Roshe One, the silhouette is essentially defined by its upper construction. Straying from its usual mesh build, the model is now revamped with intricate inter-woven textile strips that are shaded in tones of Phantom/Malt/White and Pearl White.
Emitting a minimalist design, yet somewhat deconstructed with its weave composition, the model is additionally detailed with a leather heel tab for more premium flair, while it all rests atop a clean white phylon sole unit.
The women’s Nike Juvenate has received a unique makeover this season, as the silhouette is now offered in a woven design. Straying from its traditional mesh upper, the revamped component is now defined by inter-woven textile strips to create a simple, yet eye-catching profile, especially in these eye-catching tones of Gamma Blue/Electric Green and Pink Blast.
Further reinforced with leather elements on the heel and tongue, the silhouette’s light profile is finished off with a clean white Phylon sole unit that offers sufficient comfort and stability.
Back in January Nike released a Golf version of their iconic Air Max 1 in a colorway that mimicked grass all throughout the upper. That was then followed up by a Denim pair back in June. So what’s next? You know the Swoosh likes to spice things up so today we show you an official look at the upcoming Realtree Camo pair.
Covered in a realtree camo all throughput the upper that combines shades of brown and black, this Air Max 1 Golf is then hit with black leather detailing on the Swoosh logos and the mudguard. Orange Nike Golf branding on the tongue and heels, a white midsole with an orange Air Max unit on the heel, and a golf-ready jagged rubber outsole in a translucent orange with a black Swoosh cap things off.
After releasing in the OG University Red colorway last month, the Black and White color options of the Nike Air Max 1 Sketch To Shelf now have official release dates.
Legendary designer Tinker Hatfield pioneered the design for many notable Nike silhouettes, but one shoe in particular forever changed the game, the Air Max 1. The shoe that introduced visible Air to the world had to start somewhere, and ‘Sketch to Shelf’ takes inspiration from the shoe’s original design process. Arriving with a black upper and white detailing, this iteration dives into Tinker’s design notes throughout the entire upper. The heel features Tinker Hatfield’s signature and a “SAMPLE, PROPERTY OF NIKE NOT FOR RESALE” text graphic is noted on the inner lining.
The Nike Air Humara 17 is dropping in its latest colorway of Silver/Blue Spark-Black for summer. Featuring a mixture of mesh and leather across its upper, the sneaker is highlighted by its exposed webbing lacing system, followed by contrasting orange accents used for the Swooshes on the sides and branding on the heel. Finally, a textile wrap pattern on the midsole and black rubber outsole completes the design altogether.
This Nike Air Humara 17 Dark Russet dropped overseas first and it’s now going to release nationwide at the end of February. Built and styled for winter, the trail-ready model features an official colorway of dark russet/blue-nebula across its leather and mesh upper. Black accents throughout, 3M reflective hits, textile-wrapped midsoles and a trail-inspired rubber outsole in black completes the design altogether.
This Nike Air Humara 17 Concord made its release overseas first, and it’s now scheduled to drop stateside next week. Featuring a mixed theme with orange, purple, brown and light beige hues, the sneaker sports a mixed upper of nubuck, mesh and leather accents. Other details include 3M reflective hits on the heels, a textile-wrapped midsole and a trail-inspired rubber outsole with extra traction to complete the design altogether.