It is quite an obvious fact that it was back in 1989 when the Nike Air Flight ’89 made its retail debut. Sneakerheads are not mistake if they feel that the Air Flight ’89 looks rather similar to the Air Jordan 4 because this model does indeed draw inspiration from Jordan Brand’s fourth signature silhouette. In particular, the midsole and the outsole of the Air Flight ’89 are an exact replica of the ones featured by the Air Jordan 4. The latest upcoming Air Flight ’89 Nike release 2015 has been dressed up in a coveted and iconic Air Jordan 4 colorway and it is not the first time that Nike has done this. Continue reading The Air Flight ’89 Again Receives The “Bred” Treatment Inspired By The AJ4
For Nike Sportswear, it has become somewhat of a run-of-the-mill routine to design and whip up cohesive new designs by combing different models and most of the times, this really works. For instance, this Nike has incorporated the Nike Flyknit into the Nike Air Presto and sneakerheads who are currently looking at this new hybrid will agree that it seems like these two silhouettes were meant to be combined. While it is too soon to be expecting a Nike release 2015 for this Nike Flyknit Air Presto, it might actually hit the shelves later this year. Continue reading Nike Sportswear Has Incorporated Has Upgraded The Air Presto By Incorporating The Flyknit
Many sneakerheads are probably still complaining about the fact that they missed the recent Nike release 2015 of the Flyknit Racer “Rainbow,” which is also being referred to as the “Multicolor 2.0.” Consider that it was one of 2015’s biggest releases, which was recently dropped at Nike.com and select Nike Running retailers on September 11th. While the stocks of the Nike Flyknit Racer “Rainbow” did not last long, sneaker collectors should not fret because they can instead get their hands on this upcoming new colorway of the model. Continue reading Sneakerheads Who Missed The Flyknit Racer “Rainbow” Can Cop This “Green Strike” Colorway
Fall is almost here and winter is catching up, so sneakerheads should be expecting one Nike release 2015 after another to hit the shelves for the colder months ahead. However, this change of weather is likely going to have no affect on skateboarders, who will carry on with their skateboarding, both during the day and even at night. Nike’s upcoming SB “Flash Pack” targets all those evening and nighttime skateboarders and one of the three sneakers from the pack that stands out the most is the Nike Dunk SB High colorway.
As mentioned, the Nike SB “Flash Pack” consists of three different models, namely the Nike SB Dunk, the Nike SB Eric Koston and the Nike SB Stefan Janoski. All three sneakers have been designed to serve as ideal footwear for all those who love to skate during the night, in the dark, but they are also dope enough that they can be worn casually as well. While the Nike SB Dunk is the focus of this post, it is not too different from the other two sneakers. The most notable feature that all three of these kicks share in common is the 3M reflective material that they feature, which makes them perfect for nighttime skateboarding.
Until now, only the Nike SB Dunk High iteration from the pack has been unveiled. From the looks of it, it sports a predominantly ominous black upper, which also features matching 3M accents and 3M Nike Swoosh logos on the side panels. The finishing look has been added with a somewhat contrasting icy translucent blue sole unit. Jordanheads can expect the other two sneakers to have a similar appearance as well.
Once the entire pack has been unveiled, it will become easier to decide which of these sneakers is truly worth copping, with exception of those who plan on grabbing all three of them. The Nike release 2015 of this upcoming SB “Flash Pack” will hopefully announced once the other two sneakers have also been showcased.
Many old-school sneakerheads probably remember the “Country Camo” colorway that once hit the shelves as a part of the Nike Air Max series. It seems that Nike might be planning bringing back something similar. Considering that summer is still underwear, it is the perfect season to wear a sneaker like the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire since it happens to be quite breathable and lightweight. Hence, it makes perfect sense if another Air Max 1 Ultra Moire Nike release 2015 is on its way in a colorway that is being referred to as “Camo Green.” Continue reading Nike Might Relase This Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire “Green Camo” Sample
By now, sneakerheads have probably learned plenty from the retro releases that Nike has previously dropped from the Air Tech Challenge signature line of Andre Agassi, the retired professional tennis player. So it is unlikely that they feel surprised about the latest Nike Air Tech Challenge III that is going to mark its Nike release 2015 very soon. This upcoming colorway of the Nike Air Tech Challenge III is receiving the same acid-wash denim treatment that Nike has introduced with countless of its other signature sneakers. Continue reading This Air Tech Challenge III “Black Denim” Inspired By Andre Agassi’s Denim Shorts
The Nike Tennis Classic is one of Nike’s most iconic tennis shoes that they introduced back in 1982 and the AC Woven is an upgraded version of the original that Nike Tennis designed for the new generation. Typically the Nike Tennis Classic AC Woven is known for its optimal comfort and superior fit because of its cushioned midsole that rests beneath a woven leather upper. While the wait for the Nike release 2015 of a new Tennis Classic AC woven ends now, something appears to be different about the makeup of this upcoming version. Continue reading This “Black Ivory” Nike Tennis Classic AC Woven Appears Different Than The Original