Nike have brought a bit of early-90s outdoors flavour back to the nike outlet us with this latest purple and brown colourway.The new design bears vague similarity to one of the earlier ‘Praline’ colourways, but utilises a bold black sole and toe, giving it a much more serious appearance. Built using leather, ripstop and neoprene, it’s the perfect shoe for a weekend wander in the wilderness.The brown and purple Nike Air Huarache doesn’t have a solid drop date just yet, we’ll keep you posted.New year, who dis? Nike Air Huarache, Drift edition. The model’s latest tweak sees it sporting a sharp silhouette complemented by angular overlays for a strong ‘80s arcade’ vibe. Traditional laces are replaced with minimal toggle-like rope, the look and feel of which can be customised with the Drift’s removable clasps.
The nike trainers womens is making itself hard to ignore. After feeling a little indifferent towards the sneak in recent months, we’re drawn back in by a new ACG-inspired pack and striking colourways.Last week we steered you to an Air Huarache Run Premium in ‘Desert Moss’ – this week we’re all about the Air Huarache Run Premium ‘Linen.’ In addition to the same speckled sole as ‘Desert Moss’ (also seen here on a Pocket Knife DM), the latest Hua wears sophisticated suede in beige and light grey. An inner neoprene lining pops in 'court purple,' as do orange-speckled purple laces. Black heel straps and outsoles are the perfect bookends on the refined design.
Its a big year for Nike birthdays as their Sportswear division celebrates two of their most popular silhouettes in the Air Max 90 (30th anniversary) and the nike air max 95 sale 25th anniversary). And up until this point in the year, the latter has been honored through a multitude of various makeovers including that of collaborations with industry stalwarts such as COMME des GARÇONS and size?, as well as landed in various offerings paying homage to their Korean and Japanese audiences. And while we’ve still got some time to go before the Fall season, the model is already giving us insight into what it has planned for the later part of 2020.
The Nike React Element gets spotted and dotted for this latest iteration of the modern classic casual silhouette, featuring a perforated foam-mesh upper in three colorways. The “Pin Dot” Roshe pack offers a hole-filled sneaker that will keep your feet looking and feeling cool in the summer heat. The shoe comes in your choice of Team Red, black backed with Volt, and a pristine all-white look for the trio of colorways, each of which is hitting select Nike Sportswear retailers including Sneaker Politics and Rock City Kicks right now."