Tag Archives: Quick Strike

Nike Air Max 1 WNS Disco Ball QS

Nike Air Max 1 Disco Ball | The Style Raconteur

 

Just in time for the Party Season Nike drops the “Disco Ball” Air Max 1 for women. (not that, that bothers us anymore) Comprised of tiny metallic silver windows against an ice blue underlay, the shoe runs the same metallic silver Swoosh and black outsoles for each pair. Black accents, ice blue eyelets and matching metallic ice blue laces finish the festive colourway off. The Nike “Disco Ball” Air Max 1 releases December 12 at Nike Quickstrike accounts.

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Nike Vandal Supreme Hi VNTG

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Nike has been making a habit of dropping black and gold packs this time of the year to celebrate Black History Month, but keep in mind that not every Swooshed-out sneaker repping that combo is a tribute. Case in point is this Nike Vandal High Supreme quickstrike with a bit of a VNTG look, a sneaker that has fallen by the wayside in recent years in light of a deeper range of Blazer releases. Its return is marked with the classic nylon look on top, with a slightly weather look that matches the pale gold glory of the Swoosh and strap.

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Nike Blazer Suede VNTG Quick Strick Multi Colour Pack

It’s fair to say that one of the most popular shoes this summer from Nike, has been the Blazer Vintage. Over the months we’ve seen an abundance of colourways. Not slowing things down, Nike introduce the multi-coloured Blazer Vinatge. Coming in both a high and low model, some would say these bright make-ups pay homage to the various colourways released in the past!…

The Nike Blazer Vintage High and Low is due to be released on 11th November



Nike Lunar 180 Quick Strike

Hardcore sneaker guys need no introduction to the Nike Air 180, but this is the 180 with a Twist. The correct name is the Nike Air Lunar 180, which has been given a Quick Strike makeover and it’s yet another hybrid Nike to go with the Air Max BW Gen II and the Air Max Current. First off there’s the new-school Torch fabric to keep things light and bright. Then you add the Lunarlon foam in the midsole, weld it all together with no-sew seams and you’ve got a relatively subtle update on an OG classic. Bag a pair here