Remember a few weeks back when President Obama visited the Nike campus to talk about the Trans-Pacific Partnership that has caused quite the stir since? Well, as another part of the trip, the leader of the free world also received some custom sneakers. No, these aren’t your struggle NikeiD Huaraches or some shit because, again, this is the Commander-in-chief we’re talking about. Obama got laced with two new renditions of the Jordan I and Jordan XXIX and T Magazine got the exclusive look at the pairs that OB Obama might very well cross up his chief of staff in on the White House court. Though, like, you gotta let him win regardless. You can’t be out here posterizing the dude with the power to send you straight to Guantanamo. OG Nike design legends Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker, plus the Jumpman himself, Michael Jordan, teamed up to create the two pair “MTM” pack Nike is releasing in June in celebration of 30 years of the Air Jordan brand. Obviously, when you’re the goddamn president, you’re firmly team early. I mean, nobody is a bigger #influencer than the big homie.
The Jordan Is get a slick FlyWeave construction in black and grey, while the XXIXs come in smooth black leather. The sneakers will be dropping in a crazy limited two-pair pack on June 13th at NikeLab Paris and later on June 26th at Jordan Brand’s website and select Jordan outlets for a rumoured hefty £460
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Unveiled earlier today, NikeLab is bringing back its Sock Dart silhouette that was born in 2004. The Sock Dart is the first shoe to feature computerized knitting technology, and this gray iteration features a one-color upper with silicone straps in place of laces for utmost comfort. With a miniature Swoosh adorning its sides and set atop a white midsole and black and gray outsole, there is no set release date yet, but will be coming soon to Nike Lab stockists and locations soon.
Starting on April 6, American enthusiasts will be able to customize the classic Air Max 90 Premium silhouette to an unprecedented degree. Four animal prints — spotted, leopard, zebra and cheetah — will be available in a variety of materials that include pony hair, while the choice of sole now encompasses the natural-motion, the Lunarlon foam midsole and the classic Nike Air cushioning. Finally, Chinese characters are now available for inscriptions at the heel. Fingers crossed thta this will be available on our fair shores
Keep your eye on NIKEiD for your own custom pair of Air Max 90
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As shown in the latest installment of Japanese footwear magazine SHOES MASTER Vol. 23, Supreme offers an exclusive look at their upcoming collaboration with Nike SB as they reveal their iteration on the dated GTS model. Popular amongst skateboarders in the early 90s and having been originally released as a tennis shoe under the Nike Sportswear division, the vulcanized low-tops come equipped with herringbone uppers in black, white, yellow and red with a denim option available in a mid-blue chambray. The shoes bear a calligraphic Supreme logo embroidered across their heel-counters with Nike branding being reserved to the leather heel-tab, tongue and miniaturized swoosh which has become a familiar detail to the GTS model.
The collaboration is expected to release late May of this year and will be available directly from Supreme.
Hot off the heels from Air Max Day, Nike continues to churn out iterations of its classic line of Air Max sneakers. Honoring the unique occasion, Nike has released a special pair of Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moires, clad in a white/white colorway. Appropriate for the spring and summer months ahead, the minimalist clean-white sneaker features a perforated upper, with complementing off-white tones on its gum outsole. Buy here
Nike has introduced the Spring/Summer 2015 lineup of their Nike Flyknit Lunar 3, the third generation of its popular Flyknit running shoes. Featuring a one-piece Flyknit upper, a tighter weave in the heel offers lockdown support while a looser weave in the mid- and forefoot enhances breathability. The collection consists of four distinctive colorways – Bright Crimson, Blue Lagoon, Classic Charcoal/Total Orange, and Black/Midnight Fog. Available HERE now
The most popular colourway of Nike Air Huarache EVER, has had another restock this time at Concept by Cruise. Head over and grab a pair before they are all gone again. Available here
Nike introduces two strong limited edition multicolor colorways of the new Nike Flyknit Lunar 3. The Lunarlon mid-sole has always been a great combination with the strong and breathable Flyknit upper. Both have been slightly updated and improved in this latest version of the running shoe. The Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 will launch in two limited-edition colors exclusively on Nike.com on February 12.
Two years after dropping the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG to kick off 2013, Jordan Brand is dropping the low-top version of His Airness’ original Swoosh-emblazoned low-top: the Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG. Decked out in leather with a nylon tongue and sporting a Black/Varsity Red-Sail colorway, the kicks retain their classic “Nike Air” branding on the tongue and see the iconic wings logo at the heel.
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