Category Archives: Nike Running Training

Nike Is Introducing This Duel Racer Sneaker Inspired By The Duellist From 1988

The Nike Flyknit racer was introduced as a sequel to the Flyknit model and ended up becoming one of Nike’s most popular Flyknit variation of all time. The Flyknit Racer debuted almost five years ago. Back in March 2017, Nike revealed that they have been working on a brand new hybrid variation that blends the Flyknit Racer with the Air Mariah. Nike seems to have taken a similar approach with their latest sneaker model, the Nike Duel Racer. It is also a hybrid silhouette that draws inspiration from the Duellist, one of Nike’s vintage running shoes, while revamping it with features from the Flyknit Racer. Continue reading Nike Is Introducing This Duel Racer Sneaker Inspired By The Duellist From 1988

Nike Is Bringing Back The Iconic Air Diamond Turf “Emerald” After Seven Years

Backed in 1993, Nike designed the Air Diamond Turf for former NFL athlete Deion “Neon” Sanders. Eventually, Nike kept on designing one model after another and thus, an entire Air Diamond Turf lineup came to be. The final silhouette was the Air Diamond Turf 5 that Nike introduced back in 1998. Throughout his professional baseball and football career, Deion wore all of the models. Until now, merely the first three models have received the retro treatment, namely the Diamond Turf 1, 2 and DT Max ’96. Now, it seems that 2017 will be marking the return of a classic Nike Air Diamond Turf colorway, the “Emerald.” Continue reading Nike Is Bringing Back The Iconic Air Diamond Turf “Emerald” After Seven Years

Nike Has Incorporated The Flyknit Technology Into These Two Upcoming Sock Racer Colorways

Five years or so ago, footwear manufacturers had just four options to choose from in terms of materials, namely leather, mesh, plastic and synthetic. Of course, that was not a problem since there are so many different types of leather alone. Shoes also became more breathable, flexible and reasonably priced when these manufacturers began using synthetic composites. Back in 2012 though, Nike went on and added another option to that list in the form of their Flyknit technology. Ever since, Flyknit releases have been dropping left and right. More recently, Nike even revealed that the Flyknit technology was being incorporated into Sock Racer running model. Continue reading Nike Has Incorporated The Flyknit Technology Into These Two Upcoming Sock Racer Colorways

The Nike LunarEpic Flyknit 2 Has Received The “Multicolor” Treatment Like Its Predecessor

Nike introduced the LunarEpic Flyknit 2 during the first week of February. It has been described as “pillow shoes” and it does actually resemble the Kobe A.D. The LunarEpic Flyknit was introduced just last year, so it may seem like it is a bit too early for the model to have been upgraded, but the updates are worth it. The Nike LunarEpic Flyknit 2 is truly so comfortable that running while laced up in them will feel like running on clouds. Just like Nike dropped the Flyknit Racer “Multicolor” last year, the LunarEpic Flyknit 2 is receiving the “Multicolor” treatment this year. Continue reading The Nike LunarEpic Flyknit 2 Has Received The “Multicolor” Treatment Like Its Predecessor

This Jordan Formula 23 Toggle Variation Is Equipped With A Bungee-Cord-Like Lacing System

Earlier this year, sneakerheads got a look at the three different Wahlberg x Jordan Formula 23 colorways that were designed by Mark Whalberg. Just last month, Jordan Brand dropped another brand new Jordan Formula 23 colorway that was exclusively for children and it retailed at a price of $100 at select stores like Renarts. The model made its debut among the earliest Jordan releases 2017 of this year and ever since, it has not yet hit the shelves in that many colorways. Readers probably think that the sneaker featured here is a brand new Jordan Formula 23 coloray, but it is actually a variation dubbed “Toggle.” Continue reading This Jordan Formula 23 Toggle Variation Is Equipped With A Bungee-Cord-Like Lacing System

This Jordan 1 Flight 5 Low Is Jordan Brand’s Latest Upcoming Hybrid Model

Back in 2008, Jordan brand had introduced Air Jordan 6 Rings for the very first time. The hybrid model was designed as a nod to the six championship rings that Michael Jordan had received over the course of his illustrious career. This silhouette borrowed elements and features from Jordan Brand’s signature line, namely from the Air Jordan 6-8 and the Air Jordan 11-14. Now, Jordan Brand seems to have designed another hybrid of a similar nature. Sneakerheads would have never imagined the Air Jordan 1, 5 and 23 getting combined. However, Jordan Brand has done just that with this new hybrid model, dubbed the Jordan 1 Flight 5 Low. Continue reading This Jordan 1 Flight 5 Low Is Jordan Brand’s Latest Upcoming Hybrid Model

This Jordan Trainer Essential Borrows Features & Draws Inspiration From The Air Jordan 8

Among the thirty-one primary Air Jordan models that exist, and the numerous others, the Air Jordan 8 holds a very special place. It was originally introduced during the 1992–93 NBA season, the same season in which the “Three Peat Championship” took place. While laced up in the Air Jordan 8, Michael Jordan vanquished the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Knicks and the Phoenix Suns. Prior to his retirement, Michael Jordan reached the apex of his career while wearing the Air Jordan 8. Rather unexpectedly, Jordan Brand seem to have decided to introduce an Air Jordan 8-inspired training model, which is being referred to as the Jordan Trainer Essential. Continue reading This Jordan Trainer Essential Borrows Features & Draws Inspiration From The Air Jordan 8