After several leaked images of the ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto, we finally have a better look at what the two brands have been cooking up. These leaked official images show the “Olive” iteration of the collaborative Air Presto, which features a predominantly black construction with a cargo green panel. The upper is caged with the OF Presto lacing system, while a new and unique collar wraps around the ankle. ACRONYM branding is visible with a zipped up high-top sock lining. Finally, the shoe is set atop a white midsole and black outsole for a neutral look. Keep it locked on our site for more information and for official imagery to surface, such as the bolder pink and Volt colorway. In the meantime, let us know in the comments whether you’re excited to cop a pair.
The “Persian Violet” color scheme has made its way onto a number of silhouettes in the Nike lineup over the years. Following the likes of the Air Max 1 Ultra Moire and Air Max 95, not to mention the iconic Air Max BW, the Air Max Zero is the latest model to receive the striking color update. No news regarding released dates or pricing has been unveiled as of yet, but stay tuned for any more updates on our site.
NikeLab have recently released a triple black version of their Nike Air Zoom All Out Flyknit, a sock-like running shoe that delivers natural comfort and flexibility with low-profile cushioning and a breathable knit upper. Featuring an all-over mid-top Flyknit construction, the sneaker sports a reflective Swoosh overlay as well as a contrasting full-length Zoom sole in Volt. Flywire technology integrates with the laces to help lock down the foot without weighing you down.
Nike just unveiled yet another Flyknit-constructed sneaker and it was only a matter of time before the Swoosh brought its most beloved Flyknit colorway to the silhouette. Naturally, it’s already here: a “Multicolor” edition of the Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired Train Ultrafast Flyknit. Like the popular Flyknit Racer before it, the kicks sport a combination of bright pink, blue, and green hues throughout, pairing the knit with deep grey and black accents — which, in this case, hit the likes of the quarter panel underlays, Flywire, branding and responsive propulsion plate.
Like the other five colorways of the kicks, the “Multicolor” Train Ultrafast Flyknit will debut come launch day, June 15.
Nike unveils a new colorway of its Air Berwuda silhouette just in time for the summer. A modern reinterpretation of the 1979 released Bermuda Runner, the heritage style sports a patriotic color scheme of red, white and blue across its mesh upper in anticipation of this summer’s Olympic Games. This latest drop also features textile and leather overlays and aPhylon midsole with an Air-Sole unit for lightweight cushioning. Pick up a pair at select Swoosh accounts including Rock City Kicks now.
The warm weather of the spring calls for a fresh pair of all white kicks. Nike always manages to make sure its classics are done up with the clean color scheme, and its latest upgrade to the classic Air Max 95 silhouette is no exception. The Nike Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard incorporates the Swoosh’s Flywire Technology along the upper and a highly breathable mesh construction. In addition, you’ll also find a mix of complementary colors such as Pure Platinum and Off White throughout the upper.
Nike’s Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard is currently available at select Nike retailers such as JD Sports for approximately $180 USD.
Nike is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Air More Uptempo in a big way: after a surprise release earlier this month, the Swoosh have announced an April 21 re-up on the shoe’s OG black-and-white colorway, which will retail for $160 USD. The basketball shoes are as synonymous with Scottie Pippen as they are with the oversized “AIR” branding that graces the sides of its upper.
The news of the OG’s re-release comes amid rumors that the Beaverton sports titan will be re-releasing the silhouette’s “Chicago Bulls” and “Olympic” renditions in July—that is, exactly 20 years after Pippen canonized the kicks with a gold medal-worthy performance at 1996′s Summer Games in Atlanta.
Will summer 2016 mark the resurgence of the throwback Pippens? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
NBA Playoff season has arrived and the Cleveland Cavaliers are the Eastern Conference’s front runners. As the Cavs’ guard Kyrie Irving receives positive feedback in regards to his second silhouette with Nike, the championship hungry guard will lace up a special “Crossover” PE during the hunt for greatness. This Kyrie 2 is dominated mainly by white throughout its forefoot, midsole and sole. A special nod to Kyrie’s handles is also thrown in as a distorted graphic can be seen on the heel and mid-foot strap of the shoe. Luckily for Kyrie, aka “Uncle Drew” fans, the “Crossover” PE will be available in limited quantities officially on May 14 at select Nike retailers.