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.
Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot
Colourway – Flax/Flax-Ale Brown-Sail
Release Date – October 14, 2017
Style code – 806809-201
Once again, Nike Sportswear will release a ‘Wheat’ Collection for Fall. One of those pairs that is releasing is the Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot ‘Wheat’.
This variation of the Nike Air Max 95 comes dressed in a Flax, Ale Brown and Sail colour combination. Constructed with a neoprene bootie while the base is waterproof. As you can see most of this pair is covered in Wheat while Sail covers the midsole. Finishing the look we have Gum on the outsole.
The Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot Wheat is scheduled to release at select Nike Sportswear retailers on October 14th, 2017.
The Fall colours are in now!! Sorry, just a little excited. Anyway, Nike is throwing us some Autumn colourways lately and its all fire. The latest from the Swoosh dips the classic Air Max 95 in a deep wine edition.
The “Port Wine/Bordeaux” colour scheme wraps around the entire upper of the shoe. Suede hits the toe panels, while mesh finds its way near the lacing system. The ribbed side panels of the shoe feature the signature gradient, but also boasts a glossy finish. A white mid-sole breaks apart things for a well rounded look.
It’s been a slow-burning fire for the Air Max 97 as Nike is prepared to hit us with a slew of colourways after dropping two originals in the “Silver Bullet” and Metallic Gold as well as premium takes in the premium Snakeskin version. We know of not one, not two, but twenty colourways and styles of the Air Max 97 that are set to arrive in the coming months. Along with the classic AM97 build, there will be an Ultra Jacquard version and even the Ultra SE style. There’s a gallery of twenty upcoming Air Max 97s, so check them out and prepare yourself for the “Marina Blue” colourway coming on August 1st.
The middle child, more affectionately known as the Nike Air Force 1 Mid, returns in a premium execution with an added scaly texture.
Nike Sportswear is offering up an LV8 edition of the Air Force 1 Mid in layers of smooth snake textured leather. Colour options for the sneaker include a black edition which has been released in FootPatrol London.
Outfitted in monotone Gym Red with faux snakeskin leather encapsulating the toe and panelling, a customary ankle strap provides a time-honoured style with an aesthetic update that also aids in lock down support. The look is finished with a white mid sole.
We’ve all used shoe boxes to store the detritus of our daily lives, whether it’s old letters, photos or random objects with sentimental value. And even though they’re the perfect size, we typically don’t store valuables in our old shoe boxes, primarily because they just don’t offer anything in the way of security. That all changes with the Mandem Safe, which for all intents and purposes appears to be a standard cardboard Nike shoe box, but is instead built with 5mm folded steel with a cam lock and pre-drilled holes at the base, allowing you to screw down the box directly onto the floor. It’s currently in the prototype phase, so go to themandemsafe.com to sign up for updates.
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.
This latest Nike Air Max 1 release comes with a Blood Red look that is fitting for the ghoulish date just around the corner. Boasting a blood red leather upper joined with a black base, this is a dramatic twist to the “Bred” colorway that has dominated as of late. Featuring premium construction across its tumbled leather and canvas build, these make for a look that is not only fitting for fall, but year around statement-making. Whether or not you’re in the fright business, this Nike Air Max 1 “Blood Red” certainly is mean looking.
The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential returns in two very strong colorways for Summer 2015. One of the newer versions of the iconic runner, the Air Max 90 Ultra Essential comes with a seamless upper, yet all the design details that made it a classic in the first place.
The sneaker will be released in a new infrared colorway and a beautiful blue legend colorway with hot lava accents.
No UK release date available at this time, keep an eye out on Nike.com and Nike Europe via twitter for more info.
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.
The Air Force 1 Elite is back in rotation for April. Stacked on a black sole and a white midsole with a visible Air unit, the kicks are set in a woven textile upper that blends red and black. Furthering the look, black suede adds depth to the colour configuration. There is also a Black/ White combination floating around on the internet.
Keep an eye out for these dropping very soon at your local Air Force 1 Elite stockists
Love is in the air for February with Valentine’s Day coming later in the month. Nike Sportswear is ready for the occasion with a Valentine’s edition of the Air Max 1. The color palette, build and detailing are a love letter to the Air Jordan 1.
BRED style, the kicks are layered in black and red leather on the upper with a white midsole and red outsole. Referencing both the Wings logo and the traditional Nike Air on the tongue of the Air Jordan 1, NSW has placed “Nike Air” on the heel, just bellow the collar.
The kicks are set for a 7th of February release, will you be picking up a pair?
The almighty, success driven Jordan brand has done it again, they are bring us what they call “Future” or rightly named, Air Jordan Future. Now I’ll be honest, the first images of this sneaker, had me like no way, I don’t like that. But now that the brand has released official images prior to it’s March 15th release, I have to say, my opinion has changed dramatically. This is a luxury looking sneaker, and a fine looking one at that. The Jumpman brand have done away with a leather upper for this sneaker, and have given it the woven material treatment. They say that this creation is “symbiotic relationship between the court and the street”. The Future silhouette is designed with an Air Jordan XI sole with a chukka style upper, complete with an asymmetrical lace-up system.
Jordan Brand’s description of the sneaker says:
With a carbon fiber plate and full-length air outsole, the Jordan Future offers lightweight comfort and cushioning. Enhancing the minimalist nature of the shoe, the deconstructed upper foregoes a heel counter and toe enforcer. The asymmetrical lacing reduces pressure across the top of the foot, while the suede interior and ankle collar enhance comfort.
The release date for the Jordan Future is Saturday 15th March, and the colour ways they have shown us are that of the Black / Glow OR Black/ Infrared version. In my opinion, I will purchase one for sure, something different and as the name says, it’s looking ahead to the Future, not trying to recreate the OG colourways and designs that so many sneaker heads would like to see protected, and remain as classics with no re-productions.
Over the recent years, we have been treated to many re-release, re-constructed and invented colour ways of our beloved sneakers from the late 80’s and 90’s. In 2013 The Air Jordan 3 & 5 saw a fair few releases and new colour ways, which were a hit with new lovers to the brand, but many on the fence OG fans would not cop to them and passed those releases by, which would answer the question of why so many of them stayed on the shelf, in full sizes for so long after release day. Well 2014 will be bringing more retro sneakers, in OG colour ways, and many dressed in new colours. Not only is the Jordan brand brining back the Jordan 6 with a bang, but the beloved Huarache based Air Tech Challenge will see a re-release in January.
For those that are not familiar with this sneaker, could be due to the fact that it was mainly rocked by Tennis players, who followed the man who inspired it, Mr Andre Aggasi. Originally released in 1992, the sneaker adopts a mid silhouette offering greater ankle support whilst maintaining the Huarache neoprene sock liner before being finished with colours and patterns that are undoubtedly 90s. This is certainly a release I will be adding to my collection upon release…will you?
So it’s looking like the holiday season will be packed with heat coming from the Jumpman brand. There are images of a Air Jordan 11 nickname “Gamma Blue” doing the rounds. Along with the Air Jordan 11 Taxi being released this winter, it would seem that the Jumpman brand will be dropping this new colour way for the masses. No release information has been posted out officially by Nike, but the early birds are taking orders, and the chinese whispers are heating up about this release. I’ll keep you updated via my Instagram – Bannerworx
Just because summer is officially over for many of us, that doesn’t mean that Nike Sportwear stop bringing the freshness for the winter months ahead. Check out this new colourway, and material set up they have put on the classic Nike Air Max 90 Premium.
The primary colour and material is grey suede, which follows through out most of the sneaker including the mid-sole, Nike Swoosh and lacing tabs. The ankle collar and outer sole is where the Volt kicks in, to bring this sneaker to life, and lights up any dark evening walk home from work or to the gym.
This colour way is set for release next month, keep an eye out for it, as I can see this being snapped up quickly.
Fitting the “Fear” aesthetic set by the Air Jordan 4 and 5 in the pack, the Air Jordan 3 “Fear” makes use of grey and black hues for ultimate head-turning effect. Inspired by Michael Jordan’s quote about fearing what he wouldn’t become while his opponents fear what he could become, these coveted 3s capitalize on horrific hues by offsetting dark tones with bright total orange accents. Will you be looking to cop the “Fear” 3s when they drop Saturday, August 24.
AIR JORDAN 3 FEAR
Night Stadium/Total Orange-Black-Neutral Grey
August 24, 2013
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.
So my resolution for 2013 to not purchase as many sneakers as I did in 2012 is looking like a immediate failure within the month of January alone. YES I have red sneakers already but you can’t deny it, your loving the Blood Sports Red, Nike Air Max 1’s which are due for a January release in all NSW (Nike SportsWear) stockists globally. These will officially be my first pair of Air Max 1’s, and from the constant reviews and praise these get, I am looking forward to owning them, especially for those long DJ sets I’ll be doing.
So it’s 7 days until the supposed end of the world, and seems many are on some end of the world hype. The only hype I’m following is the release of the Jordan 11 BRED’s which are scheduled for release on December 21st. These sneakers are iconic, not just because they are another Jordan brand release, but the history behind them, and the championship that Michael Jordan lead his team to makes these a special release indeed. So the question is, where will you be on Friday 21st December 2012?
Here is a look at four coming colourways of the Nike Air Max 90 Essential. Two of the kicks are set in full leather builds while two other come in a leather and mesh blend. Check for the four sneakers in January2013.