In honor of yesterdays Nike Women Half Marathon D.C., Nike Georgetown has released the “We Run DC” limited collection, a set of exclusive women’s shoes made up of the Nike Free 5.0+, the Nike Roshe Run Woven and the Nike Studio Wrap Pack. Check them out [Read more...]
Get a closer look at the upcoming release of the Nike Air Max 1 FB Pack, dropping in two eye-catching colorways. After recent releases the likes of the “Home Turf” London and an Engineered Mesh Pack that showcase Nike’s technical prowess, the AM1 FB Pack returns with two strong colorways across their mesh, leather, and rubber builds, including a Black/Pink Flash/Mint and a Metallic Silver/Current Blue, both rocking the pop long their full-length mudguard. The Air Max units also pick up some complementary colors down in the crisp, white midsoles, but the Swoosh stamped inside the in-sole ratchet back up the heat. Peep them HERE
Nike continues to do their best to woo the lady sneakerheads with the arrival of this new Air Max 1 Hyperfuse Premium in a very spring colorway. Built with the brand’s new signature uniform construction, this hybrid runner uses Hyper Blue across its upper above its white base, which is protected by a Total Crimson mudguard. Hits of orange accent the look on the inner liner and the top eyelets, while blue laces tie the look together. Take a closer look at this new Women’s Air Max 1 Hyperfuse Premium after the jump and make sure to mark your calendars for its June 2013 release.(Via)
Nike’s Air Max technology and subsequent Air Max 1 was first launched in 1987. With it came the makings of a true cultural movement as it became not only a popular performance product but also transcended that into the realm of lifestyle. The long-standing Air Max 1 all the way up to the Air Max 97 are arguably the most iconic running shoes of any brand through both aesthetics and innovation. To view video [Read more...]
Set to launch in early 2013, the Nike Free Trainer 3.0 represents the culmination of Nike’s pursuit of advanced performance technology for multi-sport athletes, originally taking the form of the Nike Air Trainer 1 in 1987. Harnessing stability and comfort through a minimalist design, the Nike Free Trainer 3.0 weighs in at just 9 ounces, featuring a mesh upper designed with enforced polyurethane support that made with flexible strand-like lines. Known as Kirum, the pliable material creates a pattern that’s supportive, lightweight and breathable. A Dynamic Fit system cradles the midfoot while providing a superior lockdown fit, while the Phylon midsole provides lightweight, responsive cushioning. The outsole rates a 3.0 on the Nike Free rating scale, resulting in greater multidirectional flexibility that allows for barefoot-like training. Look for the Nike Free Trainer 3.0 to launch in stores next month. via
Nike‘s annual Max Air-cushioned flagship silhouette returns for 2013 with the introduction of the Nike Air Max+ 2013. Offering a tweaked outsole and the sportswear giant’s most advanced 360 Max Air unit to date, the low-top trainer offers flexible, soft and lightweight cushioning while pairing a ventilated Hyperfuse upper with a notched inner sleeve for added breathability and reduced weight. Finally, a molded collar supports the ankle while Nike’s Dynamic Flywire offers added support by locking down the midfoot for an improved fit. The latest incarnation of the perennial classic, the Nike Air Max+ 2013 will make its debut at Nike Sportswear retailers in January of 2013. (via)
In the company of such mind-bending creations as NASA’s Z-1 Space Suit, The Curiosity Rover and Google Glass, TIME Magazine has named the Nike Flyknit Racer as one of the best inventions of 2012. Noting the construction techniques that not only made the sneaker lighter but also more form-fitting, they also point to its Eco-friendly ambitions as to why the $150 trainer is such a useful creation.
Check out the inside story on the KD V, Kevin Durant’s fifth Nike shoe. The number 5 acts as inspiration: 5 players united on the court, 5 sides of the nation’s pentagon, 5 corners of a star, and what that means to #35. [Read more...]
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“For the CP3.VI launch, we created a live “frozen” moment using a chain of Chris Paul doubles in Venice Beach, CA. What unfolds is a unique traction story of how CP3 cuts through L.A.” to watch video [Read more...]
Below are select images from Matt Stevens’ Max100 project. The book contains 100 interpretations of Nike’s AirMax 1 kicks which Matt considers to be the greatest sneaker of all time.
Nike celebrates how far women’s sports have come by featuring elite athletes who defied convention—women who wanted to play so badly, they wrote their own rules. #MAKETHERULES
Looks like Vans keeps surprising people with their one of a kind designs. In the latest installment of Vans history they release their Chukka Del Pato CA, which are influenced by duck boot-styling. Made up of brown leather, tonal laces, matching pull tab, and textured waterproof accents along the bottom of the shoe. If you like what you see these can be purchased at District Footwear.
Usually I post a lot of things about sneakers from the rarest release coming up, to the hottest sneakers/deal on the market. And this post isn’t any different, well maybe a little. Today I would like to present to you the REMYXX sneakers, which are made from 100% recycled material. To check out more information or to get a pair, just hit the link above.
Rachel Nichols sits down with LeBron James to discuss winning his first championship.
I can personally say that it has been years since I’ve seen someone rock K-Swiss, but that all might change with the new Clean Classic Collection. The Clean Classic collection consist of Clean Classic, Clean Laguna and Clean Malibu, and will be hitting select retailers this summer. The prices will range from $50-$120.