The latter is the shoe we're here to take another look Nike Basketball Shoes at today, with the timeless Air Max sneaker decked out in a festive spring makeover that will have us all wishing spring would come sooner than later. The shoe features an overall crisp spring look, featuring a bright white base with the pink cherry blossoms against a blue sky for the graphic-printed upper. The Air Max 1 "Chery Blossom" will be blossoming at select Nike Sportswear retailers soon.Iridescent Safari Print? It sounds like something usually reserved for the WMNS side of things, but Nike found a way to make the aesthetic work for a Deluxe take atop the classic Nike Air Max 1 .
In on-trend tonal colorways built in premium leather, the Air Max 1 receives three tasteful and stylish colorways in your pick of all-off-white, all-grey, or a black upper with a contrasting off-white sole. Are these the freshest women's Air Max 1's ever? Get a good look and then anticipate Nike Roshe One them hitting select stateside Nike Sportswear retailers soon.The Nike Air Max 1 is getting the Woven treatment to keep pace with the latest Roshe. This premium lifestyle rendition takes a luxurious leather approach, as an inter-woven construction arrives on the toebox and heel. Nylon remains on the tongue of both these monochromatic styles.
The shoe Nike Air Max Thea was ahead of the game when released in 1987, combining portions of both the Air Jordan 2 and Nike Air Force II for a lifestyle inclined upper that turned as many heads when it returned in 2013 as it did back in the late-80s. And if you think that the metallic tendencies were a recent addition, then think again. This iridescent pair takes things a step further though, as the entirety of the upper gets hit in a rainbow array of serpent skin for the loudest take yet. Gone are the 3M accents, something that shouldn't come as a surprise given the metallic sheen throughout the upper.
In case Nike Air Presto you needed a reminder, Andre Agassi was not only one of tennis' brightest shining personalities, he was also one of the greatest to ever pick up a racquet. He's a true legend of the game and excelled at all aspects, right down to his completion of the career grand slam. Among the four cornerstones in that achievement is the Australian Open, of which Agassi won four singles titles. This Aussie themed Nike Air Tech Challenge II Tier Zero SP release offers a tribute to the man with the years he won this tourney on the tongue as well as 1036' embroidered in to the heels of the all leather upper, denoting Andre's career wins total.
These have sold out at the few lucky Nike Sportswear shops to get them, so stay tuned to Sneaker News for word on a possible US release and let us know which is your favorite of the Grand Slam ATC2s.Always overshadowed by other Nike cross-training classics like the Air Trainer 1 and Air Trainer SC, the Air Trainer 2 had been getting some love lately, with versions like the Barry Sanders tribute and this eye-catching Crystal Mint colorway. The cool and refreshing Crystal Mint hue adorns the entire upper of this premium version of the second Air Trainer, with white taking care of the midsole complete with some added speckling.
What do you think? Nike Air Huarache We're still waiting for a stateside release date, but you can grab more photos courtesy of Suppa after the click.Nike is a brand that prides itself on innovative discoveries and the successive evolution of said finds. Flyknit, which debuted in early 2012, has the Beaverton brand excited like never before, with a countless number of silhouettes releasing since the first Flyknit Trainer and Racer models were released to the public in July. Since then, we've seen the woven material be applied to several categories across the board, but it's the original Running sector that really gets our juices flowing.