Posts from the ‘Fashion’ Category
Likely the marquee model from the Swoosh in 2018 in regards to lifestyle running, the Nike Air Max 270 is seen in an array of new colorways.
While release and tech details are still mostly unknown, the new release appears to pack a slip-on fit with engineered mesh, tape toe down and a big bubble in the heel.
Following talks of a “Gundam” retro, the Nike Air Max 98 “Thunder Blue” sees a new take on an old favorite.
Taking on an aesthetic that looks denim, this stormy shade sees all over Swoosh and brand name patterning appearing on the tongue and mudguard with 3M piping and red logos lending contrast.
No details yet on an official release date, but preview this pair in the photos below. Read more
Nike appears to be ramping up the Air Max 97 Ultra ’17 colorways now that the new year has arrived. Today a pretty in the pink pair that doesn’t appear to be exclusive to the fairer sex has emerged.
As with all Ultra pairs, this one blends a suede and synthetic upper over clean white midsole tooling that encapsulates 360 Visible Air. Led by a lush pink shade, the vibrant hue is cut by Metallic Silver wave patterns which balance the softened sentiment noted throughout.
Take an official look at this Nike Air Max 97 Ultra ’17 “Pink Blush” below and expect them to drop on January 9th. Read more
More than ever, Nike is ensuring they focus their efforts on women with exclusive releases and tailored activations. The Nike Air More Uptempo has been one of those silhouettes that has appeared in women’s specific colorways. Another with Chrome branding debuts today.
Otherwise a simplistic white leather Air More Uptempo, the “AIR” branding is bolstered by Chrome accents while a translucent outer also adds to the shoe’s shine. The ladies can expect this Nike Air More Uptempo “Chrome” in stores on Groundhog Day, February 2nd. Read more
It’s a celebration on the upcoming Air Jordan 6 “Chinese New Year” release. Decorating the silo Mike won his first ring in to the tune of rose styling and firework accents, these join the likes of the Doernbecher, Beijing and All-Star as loud 6s far removed from team tones.
One of the most beloved and equally loathed kicks of 2017 was undeniably Balenciaga’s Triple S. The chunky “dad vibes” high-fashion sneaker won big in its debut campaign, and it doesn’t appear that much will change when new iterations of the shoe release later this year. Read more
2018 is here and February isn’t too far away. This year, the Nike Air Force 1 High “Black History Month” looks to play a major role in the Swoosh’s celebration of African American excellence and heritage.
Sporting “EQUALITY” straps and BHM tagging on the heels, the pairs tri-tone striping plays off the Pan-African flag for a bold execution taking this AF1 to new heights.
Denoting the Dollar Bill, the Nike Air More Money is set to a sequoia shade to the delight of US fans. Part of the international “Currency” Pack, this American iteration is scored in suede and graced with themed font and gold accents.
Taking the top off Reggie Miller’s Air Money and placing it atop Scottie Pippen’s More Uptempo sole, look for this pair to release on January 6th at Oneness and select Nike Sportswear accounts. Read more