Category Archives: Nike Running Training

This Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour Is A Nod To Federer’s US Open Titles

August 25th will mark the beginning of the 2015 U.S. Open and sneakerheads may or may not know this but between 2004 and 2008, Roger Federer consequently won the U.S. Open title five times. In order to pay tribute to this unbelievable accomplishment by the second best professional tennis player in the world, it is not surprising that Nike has dropped the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour 9.5 “Legend.” Indeed, the “Legend” iteration of the Zoom Vapor Tour 9.5 has already arrived at retailers, so instead of waiting for upcoming Nike release dates 2015, sneakerheads can just cop a pair. Continue reading This Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour Is A Nod To Federer’s US Open Titles

The Black Air Huarache “Snow Camo” Returns Both In Europe & The U.S.

Avid sneakerheads probably recall the “Snow Camo” pack of the Nike Air Huarache that exclusively hit the shelves at Foot Locker Europe only when it was originally released. 2014 was actually quite a dominant year for the Nike Huarache, unfortunately stateside sneakerheads were not able to grab the nearly all-black and all-grey Air Huarache “Snow Camo” iterations. While the entire pack is not going to make a comeback, but Nike Sportswear is bringing the black version of the sneaker, which will finally make a global retail debut on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading The Black Air Huarache “Snow Camo” Returns Both In Europe & The U.S.

5 Iconic Nike Models Are Included In This “Tale Of Two Cities” Pack

For some reason, Nike got the idea to pay homage to City of New York with a collection of five of their most popular signature sneaker models, which have been collectively dubbed the “Tale of Two Cities” pack. All five of these sneakers will kick off the fall season with a premium new black and metallic silver construction and this collection was initially being referred to as the “Crackle” pack because of their unique look. While potential upcoming Nike release dates 2015 are still being speculated for the retail debut of this pack, sneakerheads have probably already picked their favorites.

nike-tale-of-two-cities-new-york-city-pack-1The five sneakers that this “Tale of Two Cities” pack comprises of will be featuring a matching color scheme. The color combination is supposed to represent the fact that New York has always been known to be one heck of a tough city. In particular, the metallic silver overlays are a representation of New York City’s metallic subway trains and towering skyscrapers. The “Tale of Two Cities” pack includes Nike’s renowned models, namely the Nike Air Force 1 High, Nike Air Force 1 Low, Nike Air Huarache, Nike Air Max 1 and the Nike Air Pegasus ’83.

nike-tale-of-two-cities-new-york-city-pack-2These dark versions of these iconic basketball and running shoes are made up of suede, which is dressed up in ominous black. These sneakers are adorned by crackled metallic silver overlays, which can spotted over the heel panel, mudguard and in the case of the Air Max 1 rendition, even over the Nike Swooshes. These are probably the most stylish colorways of these particular models that sneakerheads have seen all year.

nike-tale-of-two-cities-new-york-city-pack-5Hence, sneakerheads who want to add some flair and pop to their wardrobe are probably hoping to get their hands on this collection. The “Tale of Two Cities” pack, which is also going by the name of the “Metallic Silver” pack, will hopefully arrive at retailers on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015

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Fragment Design & NikeLab Collaborate Again On This Air Trainer SP “US Open”

The U.S. Open, one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world, will be here in just a couple of weeks and it seems like Nike Sports is also preparing for it in their own way. In recent times, NikeLab has frequently collaborated with fragment design resulting in the creation of Air Jordan 1 iterations featuring a premium makeup. In anticipation of the U.S. Open and to do something special for the occasion, Nike and fragment design are teaming once again, so yet another premium Air Jordan 1 colorway can be expected to hit the shelves on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading Fragment Design & NikeLab Collaborate Again On This Air Trainer SP “US Open”

Nike Brings Back Two New Lunar Force 1 Colorways In This “Speckled” Pack

The Nike Lunar Force 1 has been on somewhat of a hiatus as of lately, considering that the model has not made any appearances amongst this year’s Air Jordan releases 2015. However, apparently Nike Sportswear has every intention of changing that trend because they have apparently whipped up two new unique colorways, allowing the Lunarlon hybrid to make a comeback this summer. Collectively, the two sneakers are going to hit the shelves on one of the upcoming Nike releases dates 2015 as a part of the Nike Lunar Force 1 “Speckle” Pack. Continue reading Nike Brings Back Two New Lunar Force 1 Colorways In This “Speckled” Pack

Nike’s New Air Flight Huarache Is Inspired By A Mowabb Colorway From 2007

Many of the sneakerheads reading this are probably quite knowledgeable about the Nike Huarache history. This means that they probably remember that back in 2007, Nike Sports borrowed colorways that the original Air Mowabb had debuted in order to introduce new exciting renditions of the Nike Air Huarache runner. Now it seems like Nike wants to repeat history, but this time with the Air Flight version of their iconic Huarache running shoes, which is going to be dropping in an OG Mowabb colorway on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading Nike’s New Air Flight Huarache Is Inspired By A Mowabb Colorway From 2007