Category Archives: Nike Running Training

Undercover & Nike Have Collaborated To Design This Boot-Inspired Jungle Dunk With Huarache-Like Tooling

Last year, Nike finally ended its six-year hiatus of not having teamed up with Jun Takahashi, the Japanese fashion designer who founded the Undercover label back in 1993. In 2016, Nike and Undercover collaborated in an attempt to revamp and uphaul the way running apparel is perceived in modern times. The Undercover x NikeLab Gyakusou Running line has frequently been updated, featuring unmistakably eye-catching and innovative aesthetic characteristics, all courtesy of Jun Takahashi. Of course, Nike also wants to keep on taking everyday-use, functional aesthetic apparel to the next level. In 2017 though, Undercover is designing a unique Dunk variation in collaboration with Nike. Continue reading Undercover & Nike Have Collaborated To Design This Boot-Inspired Jungle Dunk With Huarache-Like Tooling

Nike Has Whipped Up An Air Rift Wrap SE With Yellow-Colored Quilted Uppers

The Air Rift is one of Nike’s most distinctive and historic sneaker sandal model that has been very successful all across the globe ever since its debut in 1995-1996, especially in Puerto Rico and Japan. 2016 marked the 20th anniversary of the silhouette with an illustrated historical guide of its most unforgettable moments in Japan. The inspiration behind the Air Rift came from Kenyan barefoot runners. This year though, Nike decided to alter the model and introduced a new variation in the form of the Air Rift Wrap SE. Before 2016 ended, Nike apparently decided to release a new Air Rift Wrap SE colorway for the ladies. Continue reading Nike Has Whipped Up An Air Rift Wrap SE With Yellow-Colored Quilted Uppers

The Nike Air Presto Extreme Is The Latest Revamped Addition To The Lineage

Back in 1990s, Nike was at the forefront, developing some of the most innovative and revolutionary footwear designs of that era. When it came to performance footwear, Nike had already set an unparalleled technological benchmark. By the turn of the century though, Nike took an even more futuristic approach with its athletic shoes by introducing the Air Presto. Tobie Hatfield, Tinker Hatfield’s brother, had co-designed the Air Presto so that wearer’s could have shoes they could take control of with their feet. It seems that Nike is further expanding the Air Presto line by adding a new revamped version of the model to it, dubbed the Air Presto Extreme. Continue reading The Nike Air Presto Extreme Is The Latest Revamped Addition To The Lineage

This Air Huarache Utility Sports A Color Scheme Inspired By The Nike Mowabb

The Nike ACG sneakerboot line has quite a rich history. It was back in the early 1980s, when Nike was releasing colorways of models like Approach, Lava Dome and Magma, that the basic foundation for the Nike ACG range had been laid. Nike had officially announcedthe ACG concept back in 1989. With the ACG, Nike introduced a silhouette that was designed to be worn in the great outdoors but was still targeting sports performance. Nike used rugged materials for the ACG releases, which came in nature- and outdoor-themed colorways. The latest colorway of the Air Huarache Utility that Nike has revealed seems to borrowing from past ACG color palettes. Continue reading This Air Huarache Utility Sports A Color Scheme Inspired By The Nike Mowabb

Nike Has Dropped A Brand New “Hasta Green” Iteration Of The Air Python

It was back in 1987 when the Nike Air Python had debuted. Nike had designed the model by combining elements from the Air Force 2 and the Air Jordan 2. Since Nike had drawn inspiration from the Air Jordan 2, the “Swoosh” logo has always been absent from the Air Python as well. Instead, its heels featured square-shaped “Nike Air Python” branding and its tongues simply had “Nike” spelled out on them in block letters. Of course, the silhouette’s signature feature is its faux snakeskin uppers. Nike has utilized the Hasta Green hue for the latest colorway of the Air Python, which has already hit the shelves. Continue reading Nike Has Dropped A Brand New “Hasta Green” Iteration Of The Air Python

Someone Spent $200,000 To Cop The Last 89th Nike Air Mag Pair

Ever since sneakerheads watched Marty McFly lace up in a pair of the Nike Air Mag in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II, they could not help but want to try on the light-up and self-lacing trainers as well. Back in October of this year, sneakerheads finally received that opportunity. In the film, Marty wears the trainer after traveling to the future in October 2015. Nike produced just 89 pairs of the Air Mag and they were auctioned off in a raffle, with tickets costing merely $10. The last of those pairs was recently auctioned off an outrageously and unbelievably high price. Continue reading Someone Spent $200,000 To Cop The Last 89th Nike Air Mag Pair

Pendleton Wool Options For The Presto & Roshe One Will Be Available On NIKEiD

Back in May 2016, reports were being made Nike would be collaborating with Pendleton Woolen Mills for a brand new collection. It was reported that this Pendleton x Nike Collection Summer 2016 would include colorways of the Air Max 1 and 90, and the Internationalist. Both Nike and Pendleton are based in Oregon and are equally famous all over the globe. The highlight of the collection was that the uppers of all three sneakers would feature the signature patterned wool from Pendleton. Now several months later, NIKEiD is also giving sneakerheads the opportunity to revamp the Roshe with the same patterned wool. Continue reading Pendleton Wool Options For The Presto & Roshe One Will Be Available On NIKEiD