The Nike Kyrie 5 will be dropping in its latest iteration this month to start off the new year with a “Just Do It” theme. The sneaker’s mesh and synthetic upper is colored mostly in black, and highlighted with the Swoosh’s slogan across the medial side in pink letters with “Just” on the left shoe, and “Do It” on the right in blue, pink and yellow hues. More pink is added on the midsole and behind the tongues, while blue lining and a lighter shade of Blue on the outsole with more multicolor hits completes the design.
The Air Jordan 9 Dream It, Do It, this new colorway is inspired by the “Dream It, Do It” apparel collection by Jordan Brand from the 90’s that was inspired by Nike’s iconic “Just Do It” slogan. This Jordan 9 features an assortment of colors all throughout the upper which has been constructed out of Black leather on the majority of the shoe. The mudguard and heel/ankle areas have then been hit with the 90’s color vibes as we see teal, gold, purple, and red. The tongue brings the theme together as we see the “Dream It, Do It” logo while a black midsole and white rubber outsole complete the look.
One of the most colorful Air Max 95s of all-time is making its way to retailers this Fall as today we give you the best look yet at the Air Max 95 SP Multicolor.
Taking on a premium appearance, this bright and bold iteration of the legendary runner is composed of textile canvas, denim and mesh, with the signature paneled construction colored in hues of Psychic Blue, Chrome Yellow, Red, Purple and Black. Denim is prominent on the toe and heel, while it’s topped off by by an oversized metal sun lace lock, a white midsole and gum rubber outsole.
With a shoe that has as many layers as the Nike Air Max 95, sometimes the best route to give it that pop is hitting it with lots of color. On deck we have a new colorway which takes on a bred-like color scheme with a subtle contrast of color. This Air Max 95 starts off with black suede overlays on the side panels along with a crimson red textured leather as well as white mesh detailing. For further contrast we see the addition of a bright yellow on the tongue as well as the Swooshes on the heel. Finally we have white on the laces, inner liner, and midsole with a black rubber outsole wrapping things up.
The Nike Air Woven has been brought back to the Swoosh’s rotation and it has returned in a classic black and white colorway for summer 2017. Featuring a full woven upper, most of the design is colored in black with white accents seen along the collar in a checkered theme. The slip-on silhouette also includes suede tongues and heels while a white midsole and black rubber outsole complete the look and theme altogether.
New colorways of the Nike Air Woven are coming for the Summer of 2017 as we give you an official look at this new Sail pair with multicolor detailing.
Just like the name implies, this silhouette from Nike Sportswear features a full woven construction on the upper which has been done in Sail (off-white) on this particular colorway. Pastel tones have then been added on certain portions of the woven upper. Suede detailing can then be seen on the heel. while a white midsole and gum rubber outsole finish things off.
Set to release in the near future, here are the official images of the Nike Air Woven in Thunder Blue and Solar Red.
The Nike Air Woven is a model that comes with an all-woven upper. This women’s exclusive colorway utilizes a two-toned look as the Thunder Blue is offset by the use of Solar Red placed throughout the woven-constructed upper. The slip-on construction makes this a good choice if you’re looking for a pair of stylish on the go sneakers. Suede on the tongue and heel give this pair a nice premium feel.
Ditching the engineered mesh upper, this version of the Nike Air Max 270 comes constructed out of a Flyknit woven upper. A first look at the Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit shows that this particular colorway comes in a Knicks-themed upper as Blue and Orange take care of the majority of the design, including the 32-mm tall Max Air heel unit. Other features on the shoe include the leather wrapping the heel and the AIR branding on the medial side of the shoe. No word yet on when the Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit will be making its debut, but as soon as it gets a release date we will be sure to let you know.
The Nike Air Max 270 is the newest style to the Swoosh’s historic lineup of footwear and now, a Flyknit version of the shoe is coming and it’s previewed in this black and white colorway. The Flyknit upper is basically colored in black, while white accents are seen with an oversized Swoosh on the forefoot along with paired with “270” marking on the medial side. A white midsole, matching Black leather heel tab and Nike’s biggest heel bag yet completes the design altogether.
It didn’t take that long as the brand new Nike Air Max 270 silhouette is already previewed in a new iteration featuring Nike’s flyknit technology. Previewed in a brown finish, the updated model basically features a brown Flyknit upper with a matching sock-like ankle collar. Details such as “AIR” and “270” are seen on the sides, while a white midsole, black heel counter and semi-translucent 270 Air Max unit in the heel completes the design altogether.
Back in March we gave you a look at two upcoming colorways of the Nike Air Pippen 6. One featured red and black, an obvious colorway that was inspired by the Chicago Bulls, and the other came with a white base and black and purple accents. We were left wondering what was the significance or inspiration behind the second colorway.
Well now we know that it’s an homage to Scottie Pippen’s alma mater, the University of Central Arkansas. This Air Pippen 6 features a white leather upper with iridescent Court Purple on the iridescent patent leather mudguard, outsole, flywire and Swoosh branding.
What to do when your main man leaves the court…Scottie Pippen couldn’t be Jordan’s sidekick forever and fortunately he had enough skill of his own to hold it down for the 1994 NBA All-Star Game, in which he was awarded the MVP. But even better than that, he was awarded his own signature sneaker.
Just like his bright red pair of the Nike Air Maestro, the Nike Air Pippen 6 “Raging Bull” will be taking cues and serving up something fairly similar (but better). This rendition of the Nike Air Pippen 6 favors an all red aesthetic with hardwood-print along the upper. Black is added into the inner lining, midsole and Nike branding to keep to the Chicago Bull’s aesthetic.
With fall kicking off, the Nike Air Max 98 is introduced in a fall-appropriate colorway of “Cosmic Clay” for its latest iteration. Boasting two-tone theme of black and wheat across its upper, the sneaker’s mesh base is colored in the sandy hue, while black graces the suede mudguard, alongside matching leather accents. Finally, pops of red orange for the branded areas and eyelets provide additional vibrance to complement the style, while a black Air Max sole completes the design.
The timing for the release of this colorway is a little confusing being that Summer is coming to an end and the new palettes of Fall are on the way, but lots of people probably don’t care too much. Nike Sportswear will be giving us a new colorway of the Nike Air Max 98 for Autumn which takes on the lively South Beach theme. The shoe starts off by being covered in white on a large portion of the upper in a combination of mesh and leather with black then hitting the leather mudguard, toe, side panels, and the stripe detailing on the side panels.
Halloween is still more than a month away and the Nike Air Max 98 is unveiled in a Halloween-themed makeover to perfectly celebrate the spooky holiday. Composed of premium leather and mesh, the runner dons a a palette of Gridiron, Black, Obsidian, and Luminous Green, while the Halloween theme is evident across the grey mudguard with an eerie print of what looks like trees, while bats are found on the sides that bear the mini Swoosh logos that are juxtaposed against a full moon. Finally, special graphic insoles, a green Air Max unit and black rubber sole tops off the style.
After countless early looks, Nike has officially unveiled the all-new Nike React Presto, a silhouette that is sure to become a staple for the Summer of 2019. This new rendition of the Nike Presto comes with some familiar characteristics/features as well as some new ones. Familiar traits include a bootie construction, a midfoot cage and crash heel pad, and Nike employee-sourced, character-based color schemes. The new features include a Nike React midsole of course – providing for the most comfortable Presto ever, A fluid, organic midsole geometry tuned precisely for the Presto, and eyestays at the heel and tongue for multiple lacing options.
Out now, here are official images of the Nike WMNS Air Presto Laser Fuchsia Orange. This time around the quintessential Spring time Nike silhouette is covered in a Pink upper that’s is then given even more color with the help of the Orange accented noted on the lace cage, heel, pull tab, and insoles. Attempting to tone things down a bit is the Black noted on the laces, tongue Swoosh branding and outsole. A White midsole completes the look of the shoe.
The Acronym x Nike Air Presto Mid Cotton Candy is one of three new colorways for the collaborative silhouette this season. Sporting a mixture of Racer Pink, Photo Blue, White and Black, the model features a technical-inspired design with a zippering system across its extended ankle, mixed with an upper that is made of textile mesh and synthetics. The sneaker is also highlighted with a bold graphic print seen on the Acronym x Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2 across its lacing caging and toe cap. Finally, a white/black sole completes the design.
Subtle design lines and classic branding pay homage to icons like the Air Max 97 and 98, while updated elements make sure you’re feeling top notch with an updated Max Air unit. Multiple no-sew layers create a tiered, faded look that adds style while the color blocking creates a ‘90s look and feel all day everyday. Shop Nike WMNS Air Max Axis Guava Ice.
The Nike Air Max Axis is one of Nike’s newest members of the Air Max family and they are wasting no time in covering the sneaker with graphic uppers.
A nod to ’90s running, the Nike Air Max Axis honors the past while looking ahead to the future. Subtle design lines and branding pay homage to icons like the Air Max 97 and Air Max 98, while a new look at the Max Air unit offers a fresh take on cushioned comfort. The pair we see above takes on a Black/Mushroom camo upper with a black midsole.
New Air Max model alert! Above you will get a first look at the Nike Air Max Axis. This new retro-inspired model takes inspiration from the Air Max 98. Although that may be the case, the actual construction of the shoe is anything but retro. Modernized materials such a lightweight synthetics and breathable mesh upper assure that these will be more comfy and lighter than your usual Air Max models from the past.
The third Air Jordan 20 release of 2015 is less than 24 hours away from launching. The verdict on whether or not it was a good idea to retro the Air Jordan 20 this year is still up in the air, especially since all of them have been retailing for $220. That’s $30 more than most of the other retros that have released this year.
Releasing on June 6th is this “Playoffs” colorway of the Air Jordan 20 that will be making its debut for the first time ever. The shoe sports a matte Black upper with White detailing on the toe, heel and midfoot strap. Cool Grey finally lands on the midsole and the pods on the outsole. The laser graphics on the strap really stand out on this colorway because the actual graphics and the background are done in contrasting colors.
Well you’re in luck because this weekend we will be seeing a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 20 hit retailers. The Air Jordan 20 “Playoffs” or “Cool Grey”, whatever floats your boat, is scheduled to release at Jordan Brand retailers on June 6th for a retail price of $220. Why are 20s more expensive than all of the other retros again?? Is it because of the ankle strap thing?
Sometimes all it takes for a shoe to pop off right is a small hit of color. Thar is just the case with this new colorway of the Nike Air Max 94.
Engulfed in Black throughout the entire upper, this Nike Air Max 94 comes constructed out of mesh, nubuck, and leather for that classic runner look. The bright pop of color comes courtesy of yellow which can be seen on the inner liner and the branding on the tongue and heel. A black midsole with a yellow Air Max unit on the heel and a black rubber outsole wraps things up.
The Nike Air Max 94 is releasing in a few more colorways this season and the next one is in this theme of Wolf Grey/Cool Grey/Black-Volt. A similar iteration dropped in 2015 and this pair is an update. The classic runner features a mixed upper made of mesh, nubuck and leather overlays, colored in the dark and neutral hues, while the highlighting volt hits are seen on the branding across its tongue and heels, as well as the Air Max unit in the heel. Finally, a black rubber sole completes the design.