Oct 19 2017, 06:59:20 AM
- Oct 19 2017
The Nike Air Huarache Ultra managed to take some of the sleeker designs attributed to Tinker Hatfield’s 1991 icon and push the model into the modern age. There’s no doubting that the Huarache was one of Nike Sportswear’s more relevant retros in the past handful of years. By slimming down the heel cage to an elastic neoprene construction alongside new breathable mesh throughout, the Huarache Ultra is the perfect silhouette for the warmer months ahead. Khaki greens like the one displayed on this militaristic Huarache pair are usually synonymous with autumn and the changing of the leaves, but you can expect this monochromatic Nike Huarache to arrive later this Spring 2016 season. Check out more official photos below and we’ll keep you updated on a release date in the near future.
Often a love it or hate it material for sneakers, denim drapes this latest version of the women’s Nike Air Huarache Utility. Yes indeed, the classic runner is the latest sneaker to get the blue jean makeover, dressed in two shades of blue denim across the upper that’s paired with the model’s signature neoprene bootie and rubber heel cradle. Premium touches include metal lace eyelets, a stamped Huarache logo patch on the tongue, waxed laces, and a gum outsole that finishes them off perfectly. Huarache and/or denim sneaker fans can find these at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Finish Line and Shoe Palace right now.
Nike Sportswear is paying homage to fashion capitals around the world with the Nike Sportswear “LOTC” Women’s Pack. The five pair collection showcases brilliant chrome renditions of some of your favorite Nike classics in a head-turning array of colors that perfectly compliments any wardrobe selection.This isn’t Nike Sportswear’s first Look of the City Collection either, as patented fashion metropolises like Tokyo, Paris, Berlin, Shanghai, London, and New York City often serve as inspirations behind eclectic women exclusive release. This time around the likes of the Nike Air Presto, Nike Cortez Ultra, Nike Air Force 1 Low, Nike Air Max BW, and Nike Tennis Classic are transformed through the use of metallic pearlized uppers with added swirl-like stitching for a unique twist.
Perhaps the sneaker with the longest name in Nike’s catalog right now, the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra, is ready for summer in a cool new tropical shade of Hyper Turquoise. The update to the update of the Air Max 90 built in Flyknit features its woven upper in the bright shade of teal with dark grey mixed into certain portions around the midfoot and toe, layered with synthetic material for the mudguard and branding accents. Being an ‘Ultra’ iteration of the Air Max 90, the sole features a lightweight cored-out design with extra foam to keep you comfy all summer long.
The latest update to the ever-present Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential, arrives to greet the cool spring breezes ahead with a Cool Grey colorway. Further modifying the already-updated Air Max 90 Ultra, the 2.0 variety features a one-piece breathable mesh upper with stitched on mudguards and a cored-out lightweight sole unit. This colorway features nothing but Cool Grey from top to bottom, except for the Nike and Air Max branding on the heels and tongues. You can find pairs arriving now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Rock City Kicks or Nike.com.
Nov 30 2017, 12:38:48 PM