ÿþMuch of Nike's 2018 Black History nike shoes sale Month Collection is centered around specific moments in time and their significance, as we have already seen the LeBron 15 and the KD 10 sport golden dates emblazoned on their midsoles. Now, the Nike Vapormax BHM is following in their footsteps with "08 20 1993" featured toward its heel in that same gold lettering. On that date, Gail Devers set the IAAF world record for the 100m run; the record still stands today.Joining the family of Black History Month-themed footwear by Nike is an all-black Air Force 1 Low that celebrates the brand's unifying message of Equality. Just like the Air Jordan 1 Retro High that was revealed earlier, this Air Force 1 "Equality" features the inspirational motto on the heel portion of the leather-wrapped midsole. Additionally, Nike adds a commemorative graphic on the underfoot, while the date of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I Have A Dream" speech is embroidered on inner face of the tongues. Expect an official release on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which falls on January 15th.
Adorned in a neutral color blocking grey tone, this laceless iteration allows the easiest of slip on access, sitting atop a translucent bubble sole that furthers the tonal aesthetic. The Vapormax silhouette nike free trainer 5.0 v6 was huge for Nike in 2017, and now that the brand has more versions to work with, do not expect its momentum to slow down any time soon. With a hit of reflective detailing on the heel, this new selection is rolling into Nike Sportswear retailers on January 15th with an MSRP of $200 USD.Travis Scott's design from the AF100 collection will be remembered as one of the more nike air flight creative collaborations of the Air Force 1. Everything from the interchangeable Swoosh logos to the lace-locks and giant patches added a new layer to sneakers never seen before. Chase B just revealed a green colorway of the shoes, presumably a nod to the Cactus Jack moniker owned by the Houston rapper. With his first collaborative sneaker release a mass success, what else could Nike have in store with "the acid of rap"? Check out the full photo of head.
Copenhagen-based designer Astrid Andersen debuted his Fall/Winter 2018 collection recently and featured some expectedly bold looks and a plethora of track suits that fans of the designer have become accustomed to. Also featured in Andersen's show underneath some wild pants, was the upcoming Air Max 270 dressed in a vibrant orange color scheme. While orange dominates most of this look, black and nike flight red make an appearance too, with the latter donning the lifestyle Air Unit that gives the new silhouette its personality. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for release information regarding this particular colorway and check out some facts regarding the 270 here.Hiroshi Fujiwara has taken to Instagram to preview an upcoming collaboration between his fragment design brand and the Nike Cortez.
Of all the iconic pieces of fashion in the history of hip-hop, the epic Snow Beach pull-over jacket made by Polo Ralph Lauren stands among the most mythical in history. It's a piece of clothing that screams NY street culture, with credit going to Raekwon and the "Can It Be All So Simple" music video for bringing it to the limelight. This Nike Air Max 1 has the colors down pat, and although this isn't an official tribute or collaboration by any means, these will get rocked hard by 'Lo heads. Of course Packer Shoes brought this exact colorway onto a shoe when they collaborated with Saucony and the Grid 9000 back in 2014. Peep the detailed photos below and stay tuned for a global drop on January 11th.
In typical Nike fashion, the brand is ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a bang, and it is all starting with the upcoming "Just Do It" Pack.Charles Barkley's Nike Air Force 180 made a surprise returns late last year in some surprisingly stylish colorways. While we cherish the original Olympic and black/red/blue looks, the more lifestyle-focused olive and khaki versions suggested an off-the-court look that shed new light on this early 1990s classic. Now, Nike is delivering the shoes in clean tonal black upper with speckled white midsoles for yet another impressive option for fans of Barkley to get their hands on. Expect a release on Nike and select retailers in February.
You can't draw up a more natural partnership than what Kendrick Lamar and Nike have surrounding the nike lunar force 1 Cortez. The Compton native grew up with the classic running shoe turned lifestyle icon, so the narrative around the upcoming collaborative releases between the rap star and the Swoosh is sure to be authentically driven. Earlier this evening during the college football National Championship halftime show, Kendrick Lamar wore the upcoming Nike Cortez Kenny 1 inspired by the DAMN album. The shoes actually have the Swoosh removed and have the four-letter album name printed on the upper. The Nike Cortez Kenny 1 is scheduled to release on January 26th on Nike SNKRS; stay tuned for more details regarding the drop.