Nike Flyknit Racer “Blue Glow”
Release Date: February 24, 2017
526628-405 | $150
Metallic Silver/Black-Metallic Silver
Release Date: March 17, 2017
616750-004 | $230
Release Date: March 24, 2017
526628-100 | $150
Nike Air Foamposite One “Copper”
Release Date: April 17, 2017
314996-007 | $230
Despite being named the Air Max 2017, this brand new low-top model from Nike debut back in November 2016. Fortunately, Nike has big plans for 2017 in the form of countless releases. The biggest news is the return of LeBron James’ signature sneaker, the Nike Air Zoom Generation “First Game.” Even before it officially makes its comeback, StockX is holding auctions for 23 pairs of the Air Zoom Generation along with 23 pairs of the LeBron 14.
2017 also marks a fresh new collaboration between Nike and Supreme, which involves the Air More Uptempo. Initially, it was uncertain as to what the Supreme x Nike Air Uptempo would look like, but now Bleacher Report seems to have shared photos of the actual sneaker on Instagram. Nike may have also whipped a brand new, similar-looking Air Max Flair iterations that features bold AIR graphics on the sides like those of the Uptempo silhouette.
While it may not seem to mean much to sneakerheads, Nike has named British artist FKA Twigs the new creative director for their Spring 2017 campaign. For those who are familiar her art and style, they expect plenty of exuberant-looking releases in the coming future. Sneakerheads can also look forward to Nike dropping a variety of Special Field Air Force 1 colorways in 2017, four of which have already been unveiled, while the SF-AF1 “String” is on its way too. For further news and updates about upcoming Nike releases, keep checking back to SneakerExclusive.com.