Nike s vault of runners continues to nike shoes be excavated, as the Nike Air Tech Challenge Huarache is the next pair to get resurrected. The model is a Nike Tennis joint from way back in 1992, one that feels pretty timely in its return what with the recent announcement of Andre Agassi s re-signing with the Swoosh. From what we see here, the OG White/Yellow/Black colorway is headed for a comeback, joined by an unabashed Suns colorway and a White/Blue version that reminds us of some of the WMNS colorway from the early 90s. Today we had our first look at the Nike KD VI Meteorology , a sneaker that seems to follow up on the famed Weatherman theme that made its debut on the Nike Zoom KD IV. Of course, the Nike Basketball team tends to shy away from using the same theme multiple times, so they have a sort of sequel in the works with this one (Think of South Beach vs Miami Vice in the LeBron line). As you can see the shoes put on a black and pink colorway, one that s got all sorts of topographic markings and bizarre little logos along the upper.
We ve got a feeling that a good number of the folks who ve got loads of Nike Flyknit stuff in their closet haven t put too many actual running miles on them. That s not necessarily a bad thing though, as we can certainly get behind performance footwear for casual use. Owning up to that a bit more is the new Nike Flyknit Chukka, a shoe that isn t shy about its lifestyle nature. Pictured is one of the pairs that will show up for nike sale June, featuring a set of blues across the upper that doesn t end up too static-looking. Get all the angles on the Nike Flyknit Chukka in dark obsidian below and tell us how many of these you ve got in your closet to date. The hologram look seems prepped to be a salient one in Nike Sportswear s catalog moving forward. No doubt the most eye-popping is of course the Nike Vis Zoom Hyperlight Hologram. Toning the theme down a fair amount is this, a Nike Air Force 1 Low creation that goes all nike outlet uk lenticular on us via the mid panel and the heel tab. Aside from that it s a very muted affair, mixing in a steely set of greys and blacks.
The collab pairs of the UNDFTD x Nike Dunk High handed out eleven years ago are back again, this time ending up much more accessible thanks to the actual retail release that s in the works. In case you need a little refresher on their history: the Nike Dunk High Ballistic was originally a celebration shoe for the UNDFTD crew commemorating the opening of their second storefront. That look is getting brought back as well as transferred over, with the Nike Hyperdunk 2012 grabbing at the olive and black combination. The Nike Hyperdunk 2013 will make its debut this July, very much following in the footsteps of last year s Nike Lunar equipped entry into the series. The brand new design, a Peter Fogg creation, also comes with plenty of Dynamic Flywire across the sides and Hyperfuse paneling along the upper. Continue reading to see everything from design sketches to the finished product on the brand new Nike Hyperdunk nike mens shoes 2013 and watch for the sneakers to make their global debut on July 20th, 2013.
You had to assume a Heat colorway was coming sooner or later for the LeBron 11. Sure enough, the next colorway that we ve spotted is this, which dons red for the Armorposite plating and black for the rest of the upper. The past couple pillars of the LeBron line have had a little spot on the sneaker reserved for telling the story of the particular colorway, a detail we ve yet to see emerge on the Nike LeBron XI. Stay tuned as more design details are revealed that might further solidified the Heat connection and tell us if you re feeling this Nike LeBron XI in the comments.Yet another first-hand look at an unreleased Nike KD shoe as we get a look at this Grey/Red/Royal PE that we saw several weeks back. We know for a fact that this colorway won t release because designer Leo Chang confirmed just give (the White Gold, Superhero, OKC Home, the Easter Mint, and the Team Orange joints that we just dropped the release date for), so through the computer screen might be the only chance you ll see them.
The University of Oregon Ducks sprig football game, a grand tradition out in Eugene, is one that s got some special footwear for 2013. Shown here is the Nike Free Trainer 5.0 Oregon Ducks version, a sneaker outfitted with a crazy 3M treatment across the Chinese finger trap upper and plenty of yellow strike oozing into the details. They appear to be a PE at this point but as you know, a handful of the Oregon oriented trainers have made their way to market in the past so we wouldn t totally rule that out this time. The Nike TW 14 will be the first golf trainer from the Swoosh camp to make it onto NIKE iD. Its arrival in that coveted customizable range will happen on the same day as the sneaker s retail release proper-June 7th. The whole simultaenous debut of a sneaker at retail and on NIKE iD is a frequent choice these days, one that we d have to imagine undermines the base model s ability to have any true signature colorways just a bit.
The Nike KD V Elite in orange/yellow/blue will release on June 15th. The pair was the first of the Nike KD V Elite colorways we ever saw and appears to be the last one set to hit retail. At first glance they have a vague DMV vibe to em, but a further look reveals some photo blue sections that pull them in closer with the Oklahoma City colors. The sneaker has been pretty elusive to date, but with their release looming imminent we nike running shoes for women should start to see some clearer photos any day now. The Nike Air Slant Mid made a significant impact in the mid/late- 90s. It wasn t a signature cosigned by Ken Griffey Jr. or Deion Sanders, or a tech showcase like the Air Trainer Maxes that sandwiched its 1996 debut. The Air Slant made its mark with a combination of reasonable pricetag and extremely durable construction. Just look at the Air Slant and you get the sense that this is a rugged shoe, from its monstrous midsole and turf-eating traction to the angular upper that often reveals strong contrasts.