Fri May 12, 2017 5:15 am
• Noobie | 3 Posts | 30 Points
First debuted during March’s Air Max Day celebrations,nike flyknit racer Nike’s”Triple Black” iteration of the Air VaporMax more or less achieved grail status overnight. With the shoe now fetching more than triple (how ironic) its original price on the resale market, the Swoosh has announced a second run for June 20.As well as an in-house release, you may also recall how the kicks were also given a high-end rework by COMME des GAR?ONS x NikeLab. The traditional version features a flyknit upper with a sock-like collar and tonal bumper, while revolutionary Max Air tooling underneath rounds off the slick and highly futuristic look.
When Nike announced its Zoom Vaporfly 4% shoe—named for the energy savings compared to its best existing marathon shoe—in March,nike free the big question was how that supposed advantage would translate to real-world performance. Heading into last weekend’s Breaking2 marathon, that question was a key source of uncertainty.In the end, Eliud Kipchoge’s jaw-dropping 2:00:25 performance didn’t settle the question. He was more than two-and-a-half minutes faster than the current world record, but it’s not clear how much of that difference came from the course, the drafting (from pacers and perhaps also from the pace car), or simply Kipchoge’s transcendent talent, in addition to the shoes.
In the Nike Air Max family the Big Window is one of those standout models that serves as a defining moment.nike free 3.0 The beloved BW is getting a little extra love thanks to this killer Cargo Khaki colorway.This version of the silhouette gets a cargo nubuck build with khaki mesh paneling. Rubberized elements go tonal as well, with a same color swoop jutting across the midsole. Contrast is provided by what of a white midsole that houses a cargo colored air bubble for the finish.This colorway of the Nike Air Max BW is currently available at Titolo.
Nike ACG—Nike's "urban explorer" lineup of technical,nike free 4.0 flyknit futuristic-leaning clothing—is never not a source for envelope-pushing out-there footwear. The Zoom Sertig '16, released earlier this year, looked like a sneakerboot you might see on The Simpsons (i.e. not in real life).The newly unveiled NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR shoe easily usurps the the Zoom Sertig '16 the weirdest shoe we've seen all year. It might be the weirdest Nike sneaker we've ever seen. If the shoe you see here is giving you origami vibes, that's because Nike says it was literally inspired by the idea of wrapping a person's foot in a brown paper bag. In their words, "It’s a prime example of how sophisticated solutions can stem from straightforward, functional suggestions." It's also a prime example of how to make some wacky kicks.