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Nike Air Max 90 Premium iD

nike air max 90 premium leopard | the style raconteur 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


Pendleton NIKEiD


In the spirit of innovation ingrained within the history and culture of the Pacific Northwest, two of Oregon’s finest have come together for a unique project that modernizes each brand’s legacy of custom creations. The upcoming Pendleton by NIKEiD joint venture features eight iconic silhouettes from the Swoosh – the Nike Roshe Low and Mid, Nike SB Janoski Low and Mid, Nike Air Force 1 High and Low, and the Air Max 1 Low and Mid — available in three tartan patterns, one plaid, and four solid-color wool fabrics, as well as 10 leathers and an array of accent colors. The collection features Pendleton’s Umatilla medium-weight 100% virgin wool — used on the brand’s men’s shirts since 1924 and named after Oregon’s Umatilla County — highlighted by natural benefits tried and tested over the decades, while the available tartans bring their own individual histories: the Black Watch Tartan (Blue/Green) is based on the pattern worn by the Scottish 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment in the 1700s, joined by the MacRae Dress (Grey/Red) and Robertson (Red/Blue/Green) Tartans sournced from traditional Scottish clan patterns.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low, Nike Roshe Low and Mid, and Nike SB Janoski Low and Mid will launch October 6th on NIKEiD. The Nike Air Force 1 High and Nike Air Max 1 Low and Mid will follow on November 3rd.

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Nike Air Force 1 iD Pony Hair Animal Print

Nike Air Force One Animal Print 1


I’m not into Air force ones never have been but I am into Animal prints like a Northern Mick Dundee…so this are pretty cool. Not bound to only colour selection from Nike iD anymore — shown with the previous snake-print option —Nike will now offer a pony hair material for its Air Force 1 low and high models. Presented in a handful of safari-inspired prints, the silhouette will still maintain its iconic outsole, while the complete uppers, including the ‘Swoosh’ areenveloped in fine pony hair. Set for an early April release, availability for the unique option is set to launch in Nike iD Japan locations and other parts of Asia.




Nike ID Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Pigeon By Staple Design


The Reed Space introduces the NIKEiD Air Max 90 Hyperfuse in the brand’s infamous “Pigeon” colorway. The kicks were originally created by a fan, who emailed his design to Jeff Staple via the NIKEiD site. Jeff subsequently made a pair for himself and Instagrammed the final result, at which point he was besieged by commenters inquiring when the kicks would drop at the Reed Space (btw anyone can make a pair on NIKEiD). As Jeff says, “I decided to make it easy for people.” Meaning, the shoes will in fact drop at the Reed Space, packaged in a specially designed HUPBOX with an accompanying enamel Staple Pigeon pin.





Nike Cortez iD Project x Art & Sole


4 designs for 40th anniversary, that’s the premise behind the Art & Sole Nike Cortez iD Project, now exclusively available through the just opened NIKEiD Studio at London’s BOXPARK In East London. Curated by Intercity Studio, the creator of Art & Sole book series, four young artist were asked to design four different covers for the book as well as pairs of Nike Cortez iD in matching colors.

Illustrator Jiro Bevis used references from London and his home country of Japan for an expressive juxtaposition of cartoonish beaver, as in Beaverton, OR, in red. As for designer Matthew Nicholson, his magenta colored graphics are representations of children’s toys. A globetrotter and modern day nomad, Shantell Martin illustrates freely on her computer about her travels to Tokyo, New York, and beyond. Because her computer is also her medium, there is a USB drive to her custom green Art & Sole cover as well. As an image maker, Rose Stallard interprets the world through her screen prints with the occasional doodles in blue felt-tip markers.

Limited to 40 units per design with each book and sneaker pack priced at £125, the Art & Sole x Nike Cortez iD Project will only be available at the new NIKEiD Studio within the BOXPARK Pop-Up.