Nike‘s Flyknit Racers silhouette will be seeing a whole new colorway of “Blue Glow” set to release early next year. The shoe’s signature Flyknit woven upper sees a “Blue Glow” on the lateral side, while the medial side sees a mostly “Yellow Strike” tint. The usual black hits are featured on the laces, tongue and Swoosh.
Stefan Janoski’s strapped Nike SB low-top appearing in “Baroque Brown,” the design opts for luxurious leather throughout the upper, coupling it with the likes of an embossed Swoosh, stripe-free off-white rubber foxing and a gum rubber outsole.
The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski AC “Baroque Brown” drops in stores and online on December 15 for $135 USD.
Nike brings back three special Air Force 1 silhouettes this weekend dedicated to New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
The NYC Air Force 1 is available at multiple New York boutiques, the “Chi-Town” sneaker is available at Saint Alfred, while the zine is limited to only 250 copies. Meanwhile, Undefeated will release the L.A. sneaker in-store and online.
The latest features a snug Flyknit black and white upper, a protective finish and aggressive traction for added warmth and weather resistance. A premium black leather collar and white traction midsole adds to this “Oreo” Lupinek Flyknit model, making it one of the best looking yet.
Now The Shoe Surgeon has served up a python-clad take on VLONE’s recent Nike collaboration. The silhouette’s original grained leather base has been overlayed with an extravagant python skin, a trait which is also seen on the iconic Swoosh, heel tab and tongue.
A detailed look at the revamped sneaker’s weatherized construction. The mid-cut variation of the beloved Presto sees a stretchy synthetic leather upper applied to the silhouette’s upper, which is overlayed with a DWR (durable, water-repellent finish) to keep your feet dry in rainy weather conditions. The shoe’s snug mid-cut collar and warm lining provide a cozy fit, while a treaded rubber outsole delivers enhanced traction on all terrains.
Anti Social Social Club teaming up with Nike on the classic Air Force 1. The shoe will be extremely limited with only 24 pairs made available for the public. Crisp white all over, the shoe features subtle ASSC branding on the side panel. It’s finished off with the words “GET WEIRD” on each tongue. Unfortunately, these kicks will debut at ComplexCon this weekend alongside Anti Social Social Club’s Undefeated “Paranoid” collection and it will not be available in the Asia region.
The upcoming Nike Air Presto Extreme follows suit of some sneaker customizers by removing its cage and applies a wrap across the model’s mid-foot. Neoprene and mesh materials make their way onto the toe box and heel respectively for a mix of flexibility as well as ventilation to provide a comfortable ride.
The Nike Air Presto Extreme will hit retailers at approximately $110 USD.
Nike – Revealing the Nike Special Forces Air Force 1, combining the Nike SFB and Air Force 1 into a winterized monster, you’ll find premium full grain leather, rip stop ballistic nylon, as well as new interwoven and adjustable ankle straps.
Nike’s SF-AF1 will launch in two colorways for men in Faded Olive/Gum and Black/Gum, in addition to two women’s color combinations in Light Bone/Sail and Golden Beige/Linen.
Release Dat: 5th Nov 2016