The popular Bred theme lands on the Nike Air Max 1 Premium this summer, sporting an official colourway of Black, Oil Grey and University Red. The runner features a black suede upper with matching textile underlays, while oil grey accents are seen above the toe box and leather Swooshes on the sides. Finally, a white midsole and university red accents are seen on the embroidered mini swooshes on the toe area, and rubber outsole with pops of black.
Retailing for £130, look for the Nike Air Max 1 Premium Bred at select Nike Sportswear stockists and online on August 11th.
Looking to hit the camp grounds this fall? If so, Nike has the proper footwear for your outdoor excursion – the Nike “Campfire” Pack.
Consisting of the Nike Air Max 90 and the Air Huarache Run, the story of the pack famously chronicles a camping trip between Tinker Hatfield, Dan Widen and David Kennedy, in which the trio would conceptualize the idea that would later become All Conditions Gear (ACG).
The collection highlights rich autumn shades that feature starry nights, woodgrain textures and flannel inspiration. Give the collection a closer look below and expect the release at Nike international retailers on August 29.
The big news about the Air Max 1 is the return of the famed atmos edition of the sneaker in 2017 for Air Max Day. But you don’t have to wait until next sprint to rock the Air Max 1 with a dose of elephant prints.
This season, Nike Sportswear has fitted the sneaker in the print over its two toned grey upper that is further complimented with a suede panel and ghost green accents.
The Nike Air Huarache continues to be one of the more unexpected recent successes by the sportswear brand. Today we take a first look at the soon to release Nike Air Huarache “City Pack,” which takes inspiration from four european cities. Consisting of London, Paris, Milan and Berlin, each city’s name is featured on the bottom of a translucent sole and the lace tips, paying homage to the their respective locations. Look out for the release of the Nike Air Huarache “City Pack” at select retailers on May 14.
Time for me to get into the swing of things finally. 2013 is looking to be a very big year for trainer (sneaker) wearers worldwide, with Nike and Reebok leading the way of mass releases, and desirable colour ways which will leave many of you SneakerHeads and HypeBeasts low on money at any given time of the month, let alone around pay day.
My first feature, is the forthcoming Nike Sportwear Perf Pack, which will be releasing on Saturday 16th February via Size?, exclusively. The full pack consists of the following –
Nike Air Max Light ¦ Nike Zoom All Court 2 Low ¦ Nike Blazer ’77 Mid
All made with premium brushed suede or tumbled leather, metal eyelets, and waxed laces. To come in light blue or tan brown for the Air Max Light and Zoom All Court 2 Low, as well as classic colourways for the Blazer ’77 Mid. Unlike most packs that drip release, you will be able to purchase any of the pack on release day.
My personal choice will be the Air Max Light in Obsidian, that’s a winner for me.