Cheap Nike’s Zoom Fly line has been all about speed since its inception, and it may have just received its fastest model yet, thanks to the new Zoom Fly 3. Set to debut in a “Electric Green” colorway that’s practically crackling with agility, the Zoom Fly 3 features the same low-slung top half and sizeable midsole as its predecessors, but offers several differences as well. The synthetic upper is made of an ultra-light Vaporweave and features a wavy checkered pattern, seamless construction, and a new arch band for extra support. The branding is altered as well, thanks to a giant Swoosh that starts on the toebox and reaches all the way back to the lateral heel collar, while a smaller and more simple Swoosh resides on the medial side.
Coming to market just at the right time, the Air Max 270 Bowfin Wholesale is the perfect representation of today’s sneaker world. Chunky in its construction, the Bowfin carries the lifestyle-engineered heel unit of the oft-admired Air Max 270, while borrowing an aesthetic from the Swoosh Brand’s ACG line that constantly harkens back to the on-trend 1990s era. To match its shape and overall look, many of the early 270 Bowfin iterations have been dressed in whimsical, trail-ready color schemes the likes of this red and teal combination you see here. With black and browns mixed in for contrast, this hybridized model’s rugged outsole teeth make it a viable hiking option while the aforementioned cushioning provided by its Air Max heel grants all-day comfort. Grab an official look at this newest colorway below and keep it locked for Nike.com release updates as we have them.
The two-tone React foam midsole houses a carbon fiber plate and features riged detailing, while plenty of race-ready branding completes the look. You can expect these hypersonic Nike shoes to debut on Nike.com July 11th, so enjoy a full gallery of official images below while you wait and be sure to keep it locked here to see what other performance innovations the Swoosh Brand has up their sleeves for this summer.
Matthew M. Williams, known most for his founding of technical imprint ALYX and popularization of the Cobra Buckle belt, is set to debut his Nike silhouettes after quite a positive response to his many apparel make-ups. Breathing in the same ethos from his revered mainline, the forthcoming Nike Free TR 3 SP is armoring up with an imposing portable Vibram sole unit, customized from the less substantial Arctic Grip editions.
Teased so vehemently by the designer himself and fanning onlookers, the next edition of the MMW x Nike collection takes up seat along four different Free TR 3 SPs: two of each made specially for one gender. Keeping intact that Alyx ethos, Matthew M. Williams extends this sense of modularity and technical craft, following in the path paved by the capsule released just prior. The relationship between interior and exterior are at the centerfold here as the women’s pair boasts translucent paneling that softly poke through into the inners. Laces are then completely thrown out for a sock-like construction with the ankle further referencing that time-enduring accessory. Men’s variants are in heavy departure, opting for a trail-ready speed lacing system alongside a medial zipper, though the one connecting feature is quite obviously the removable Vibram armament, a multi-functional motif that has been seen many a time along the label’s mainline endeavors. If you’re interesting in grabbing either pair for yourself or close loved ones, expect them to drop in two installments. The first of which is set to take place much sooner on June 8th at the Virgil Abloh collaborated NikeLab Chicago Re-Creation Center. A global will then take place at select retailers and surely Nike.com at the end of the month come June 27th. Adding an especially needed bulk to its overall profile, the sock-like runner boasts absolutely no lace unit with translucent panels along the entire side view loosely harking back to the coveted CDG Dunk. Medials arrive with emblazoned with enlarged swooshes as well as small futuristic denotations along the foxing, poking out from right above the modular piece. Grab a detailed look at the pair below and expect both black and white colorways to arrive at select retailers and Nike.com in the near future.
The classic Nike Air Trainer Max from 1991 is back for another retro run this fall, and today we get a look at an all-new colorway in a clean blend of white, black, and grey. Almost a total flip of the original black and white colorway, this new version features a white leather and mesh upper with black accents and a light grey outsole for a clean new look to the Bo Jackson-worn training shoe. Vintage trainer fans should be on the lookout for the Air Trainer Max 91 at select Nike Sportswear retailers soon.
It wasn’t too long ago that Nike Sportswear was going absolutely crazy with the Bo Jackson retro treatments in honor of one of the biggest what if’s in sports history. Had Bo Jackson not suffered a career ending hip injury he could’ve been one of the most dominant figures in not one, but two sports as he was an All-Star in baseball and a Pro-Bowler in football. Perhaps the most iconic image of Bo Jackson is his time in the silver and back running over people as a member of the Oakland Raiders. Today we get a look at the latest Bo-themed retro with the return of his Nike Air Trainer Max 91 in a premium black leather. The Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 features a construction indicative of its early 90s inception, as premium leather panels drape the side panels with added micro-perforations to help keep the toecap ventilated. A unique nylon strap adds lockdown support featuring vintage ‘Nike’ branding in a contrasting white. What do you think of this Bo Jackson retro? Check out more photos below and grab your pair today via Oneness for $110 USD.
2019 marks two decades of Nike’s Air Max Tailwind IV and 20 years since world-renowned retailer Sneakersnstuff first opened their doors in Stockholm, Sweden back in 1999, so retailer and brand have teamed up to release an exclusive Tailwind IV in celebration of their shared anniversary. Inspired by an unreleased prototype colorway of the original Nike Tailwind ’79 OG, the collaboration nods to both the Tailwind line’s genesis in ’79 and the uncertainty of the impending new millenium that was present worldwide in ’99. The upper kicks things off with a white mesh base that’s overlaid with chilly blue suedes and synthetics, while a polarizing pop of style is present thanks to bright yellow hues on the throat/collar and a bronzed leather sockliner. This jarring-yet-artful mash of shades is all brought together by a black midsole with grey Air Max cushioning units.
Halfway between many a branching path of design, the Nike Air Max Tailwind IV takes some wild materials and colors for a spin this time around, taking a small and likely quick vacation from its many neutrals and OG schemes. What ensues is batch of statement elements with the base layers of black ballistic mesh being the one true neutral among the set. Silvers, overlaid right on top, bear a metallic finish of a robot far away in the distant future while additional orange accents mix in aesthetics of mountaineering in their rope styling and toggle fastener. Mint greens, which scattered across the piping and unders of the upper, are the most standout along the sole, reminding many of the glow-in-the-dark finishes found on iconic models like the Yeezy 2 or even the upcoming Air Jordan 6 Travis Scott. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com soon. The look is then capped off by a special hand-scrawled inscription on the left tongue that directly salutes 20 years of sneaker and sneaker store. These special Nike shoes will release exclusively at SNS on September 18th for $160 USD, with a run that’s limited to a mere 1,999 pairs. Raffles are open now, so enjoy a look right here and hit the link below to get your entry in.
The Three Stripes continues to add to its list of things to do, revealing more and more details of their heavily speculated adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3. As the debuting third iteration to the momentous series, the package kicks off with one of overall simplicity, utilizing the grey schemes common among the line-up. Upper’s retain the sock-like constructions with weave arriving much more tightly wound; patterning across their face adds palette divergence through various contrast print, opening up near its lace lock with open perforations. Soles, though still substantial, seem to be much more sleek this go around offering a smooth profile in departure from the v2’s ribbing.
Kanye West‘s legions of adoring fans have been waiting for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3 for over three years, and after West himself debuted the design when he stepped out in a pair this July, we now have our best look yet at the newest adidas Yeezy creation. Arriving in both a bold black and a stark white that’s garnered an “Alien” nickname, the fresh silhouette manages to retain the line’s signature ethos while adding a vast amount of new detailing and styling as well. Although both uppers still feature a full Primeknit construction, they’re much more pared-down, replacing the structured collar of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 with a more sock-like iteration that’ll grip the ankle, and adding sizeable midfoot holes above a wide translucent stripe for ventilation. There’s a new print to be had on both colorways as well, one that’s almost digi camo-esque in its abstract stylings, while a single stitch runs the full length of the toebox and throat, coming to a head at the collar. Although the uppers do indeed present a fresh new look, the midsole is unquestionably the most different piece, as every inch of it has been re-worked. Gone are the ridged details from the past two Yeezy 350 models, replaced instead by a smooth semi-translucent shell that’s more basketball-inspired. The outsole also opts for a traditional herringbone traction pattern, and is cut out both in the heel and the forefoot to show the Boost cushioning and offer extra flexibility. Both colorways are set to arrive in December, and will come with a slightly increased price point of $230 USD. Check out on-foot shots of both below, let us know what you think of the new design, and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for info and updates on an exact date of arrival as they’re available. Grab another look right here on Kanye himself and find them set to retail for $230 USD at a later date.
The Nike Air Max Flyknit has been a solid go-to for anyone who wanted to test out Nike’s Flyknit technology but usually stays rooted in the Swoosh’s patented Air Max technology and favors the 360-degree visible air bubble. The Nike Air Max Flyknit combined both for a head-turning new installment that’s lightweight but full of comfort. Today we get a look at a brand new Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color rendition that pairs accents of Medium Blue and Team Red for a purplish tint perfect for any occasion.
Is it the Nike Air Max Flyknit? That’s the name that the shoe’s currently got on Nike’s release calendar, but unfortunately it’s not as simple as that. When the shoe was originally revealed it was being billed as the Nike Flyknit Air Max. On top of that, if you take a look at the box tag you’ll notice that the shoes are billed as the Nike Flyknit Max there. Continue reading for more images of this new blue/orange/red pair of the Nike Air Max Flyknit (We’re going with that title for the time being) and tell us what you think in the comments.The Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color benefits from a fully translucent midsole unit while an icy outsole adds a clean finish. Simple white branding and black laces allow for the random shades of Flyknit throughout to stand out. International retailer Titolo already has this pair in stock but be on the lookout for this Nike Air Max Flyknit “Multi-Color” to arrive on Nike.com in the near future.
Since kicking off with quite an amped announcement backed by newly added athlete Zion Williamson, the Air Jordan 27 has had a lot going for it with vibrant schemes matching its more futuristic designs and a Harlem-located event only adding to the buzz. With its striking “Blue Void” colorway closing out the month of September just days ago, the silhouette has already established plans for the near future with its more classic “Bred” scheme leading the way for October. Though its palettes are iconic to the Jumpman line-up itself, it doesn’t heavily borrow from past notables like the AJ1; leaning more towards the neutral ends of the spectrum, the upper’s mix of smooth overlays and almost translucent mesh stay a blinding white shade. Color blocking along the medial as well the rear, which bleeds from its ankle and slightly atop the tread, are dressed almost entirely in a glossy black finish; toe supports topped with signature iconography match just like the entire lace unit but mostly in tone. Deep reds, the most standout of the mix, are dispersed sparingly, only lending a hand to the various branding and piping seen at their usual spots. Grab an official look at the AJ34 “Bred” right here and expect to see it at Nike.com as well as select retailers on October 10th.
Nike’s Air Footscape line is getting two new editions this month, by way of the Air Footscape Mid Utility. Sporting an exaggerated sock-like ankle collar, and the customary durable motion sole unit – with some slight upgrades – it is ready to help the wearer hike any path or climb any trail. Obviously built with utility in mind – like the name suggests – one iteration sports contour lines on its uppers with coordinates that point to the Watarium Museum right outside of Tokyo.
The Nike Air Footscape has been enjoying a bit of a resurgence lately, dropping in both the standard low-top and the mid-top Woven chukka silhouette in multiple colorways throughout the summer and fall. Now the Air Footscape Woven NM arrives in a look perfect for the fall season ahead, featuring an earthy blend of Sequoia green with light brown and sail threading for the signature basket weave paneling. The shoe also gets updated with a subtly patterned nylon upper with just a touch of leather for the heel tab. The “Sequoia” Air Footscape Woven NM is arriving now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Sneaker Politics.
Meanwhile, the other version has a durable quilted upper that should provide its wearer with additional warmth. Original Footscape typeface can be found across the toe of both selections, adding a touch of nostalgia to this release. Set your sights on a March 8th drop date, and expect pairs to arrive both in the States and in Japan.
The futuristic upper of the Air Max Deluxe has been met with lukewarm reception since its rerelease this past year, though in its Skepta collaboration and OG colorways, the model is slowly rising the ranks of the famed line-up, cementing itself as a solid choice for even the most nuanced of wardrobes. In its upcoming “Celestial Teal” scheme, the model takes on a kitting that plays on notable space-themed media found predominantly in the 90s as well as the saturated tones associated with the era’s most popular styles. Mostly one-noted in its arrangement, the blue tones are spread throughout the entire profile with the mudguard donning a glossy finish as well as a deeper shade. Lining and the sole unit take on a much darker black, though it blends in seamlessly amongst the rest of the palette and adds another connection to the final frontier. At a retail of $200 USD, this Air Max Deluxe is available now at the retailers listed below.
Since first releasing in 1999, Nike’s Air Max Deluxe has always boasted an ahead-of-its time look, due to its soundwave-inspired upper, synthetic materials, and swooping midfoot cage. It’s been enjoying a resurgence in popularity as of late thanks to several colorways — both new and old — dropping as well as a “Never Sleep On Tour” collab with Skepta, and now the latest Deluxe to appear is this ultra-futuristic combination of “Laser Fuschia” and “Regency Purple.” The shimmering textured upper features a combo of the two colorful metallic tones for a look that sits somewhere between space age and South Beach, while hot pink accents on the Air Max unit and branding provide a pop of bright contrast.
The aforementioned black plastic overlays then arrive to rein in the colorful upper just enough and complete the look. Check out a full set of official images below, and look for a Nike.com release early 2019, complete with a retail price of $180 USD.
Crafted with a sock-like design that comes in a Bright Blue mesh upper highlighted with Neon, Purple and Peach accents. Black detailing adds for a nice contrast while sitting atop a clean White sole.
Nike’s newest lifestyle-engineered sneaker – the Vortak – uses some clear design cues from its deeply expansive catalogue. Starting with its sock-like upper, it is somewhat reminiscent of the T-shirt for your feet Sock Dart or the Presto. Its rugged outsole – while not identical – is similar to some of the brand’s ACG offerings the likes of the Pocketknife. This particular pair has a loud color scheme that comes primarily adorned in Lagoon Pulse with hits of Volt for contrast and white on its unconventional no-tie lacing system. Pairs are currently available at select Nike retailers like Rock City Kicks for $85 USD.
Perfect for enjoying the warmer months, you can now find this Nike Vortak Lagoon Pulse colorway available at select retailers like Rock City Kicks. The retail price tag is set at $85 USD.