Posts Tagged ‘Nike’

Nike Air Max 97 “Red Crush” // Available Now

Continuing to drop new colorways of the classic Air Max 97 just for the ladies, Nike just released a clean “Red Crush” color scheme for women.

The women’s Nike Air Max 97 “Red Crush” has a mainly white upper that’s accented by bold stripes of red and blue. A full-length Air Max cushioning unit in red on the while midsole along with a navy blue outsole completes the look of this USA-themed iteration of the AM97.

Available now, women can cop a pair of the Nike Air Max 97 “Red Crush” from Feature for $ 160.

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Nike Moon Racer Debut Colorway Asks “Permission For Takeoff”

Nike has been extremely prolific this year debuting desirable new silhouettes. For starters there’s the shinning achievement known as the React Element 87. In addition, other formidable styles like the Vapor Street Flyknit and Pegasus Turbo are also pushing boundaries of both performance innovation and technological advancements.

Joining the fray next month is the Nike Moon Racer. Inspired by the famed Nike Moon Shoe that was handmade by Geoff Hollister under the tutelage of Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, in 1972, this relic stands as the guiding force for a modern-day counterpart.

Nike Moon Shoe (1972)
Nike Moon Shoe (1972)

With an enlarged Swoosh that bleeds onto the lace collar from the lateral siding, the shoe bears similarities to certain OFF WHITE x Nike releases. Framing appears to take from the Nike Cortez while contemporary React tooling enhances the speckled midsole. That midsole, of course, could be a direct nod to the “White Cement” Air Jordan 4.

This budding silhouette is set to release on August 2 at premium retailers like Sneaker Politics. Take a detailed look at the Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff” below.

Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff”

Colorway: Black/White-Wolf Grey
Style #: AQ4121-001
Release Date: August 2, 2018
Price: $ 150

Nike Moon Racer "Permission For Takeoff"
Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff”
Nike Moon Racer "Permission For Takeoff"
Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff”
Nike Moon Racer "Permission For Takeoff"
Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff”
Nike Moon Racer "Permission For Takeoff"
Nike Moon Racer “Permission For Takeoff”

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Nike Debuts Signature Shoe for Russell Wilson

Seemingly out of nowhere, the Nike Dangeruss Wilson 1 has surfaced with its eyes on the ESPYs.

Serving as the signature sneaker for Russell Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback receives a model made for high-intensity gym workouts and dressing up outside of it.

The Dangeruss Wilson 1 drops tomorrow at Nike.com and at Nike and Nordstrom stores in Seattle and Portland.

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Inside Nike Football’s The Opening Showcase

words, photos & interview by Kevin Kazadi

This past weekend, Nice Kicks had the pleasure of joining Nike for the annual The Opening showcase which features many of the nation’s best recruits. Five star prospects, uncommitted athletes and players on the rise all flocked to Dallas, TX for the championship series of the running event. While there, we were able to catch up with the likes of Rob Gronkowski, Denzel Ward, Roquan Smith and more.


Malik Jefferson, Denzel Ward and Willie McGinest

Malik Jeffferson in the Nike Air VaporMax Inneva

Focused on football, the event also celebrated the 30th anniversary of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign, which is arguably the greatest tagline in advertising history. Willie McGinest interviewed the two rookies on site and had them share insight on what the slogan means to them.

“When you think about ‘Just Do It,’ it’s a simple statement: just do your job,” answered Malik. “So when I think ‘Just Do It,’ I definitely think to just keep in mind the task at hand and make sure I follow and execute my plan.”


Rob Gronkowsi and Todd Gurley

Between the amateur football action, we had a chance to catch up with Todd Gurley an alumni of the showcase and Gronk and talk about Drake and a few of their favorite sneakers.

Nice Kicks: What’s your favorite song at the moment?

Gronk: I just put on the station that plays the top hits, but “God’s Plan” is pretty good. That one’s easy, everytime it pops on I’m like, “Okay!” [Laughs]

Nice Kicks: Todd, I see you’ve got the Skepta Air Max collaboration on, what are your current go to sneakers?

Todd: The Nike Air Max 270s, the Nike Epic React and as far as designer sneakers go the Balenciaga Triple S and Speed Trainer.


Todd Gurley in the Skepta x Nike Air Max 97/BW

Shortly after chatting with Gronk and Todd, Roquan Smith met up with a few of the media spokesmen to teach a few techniques from the NFL Combine.


Roquan Smith in the Nike Air Trainer SC “Auburn”

In closing, The Opening was a great experience. Hanging out with NFL atheletes, customizing our own cleats and watching the best recruits in the country compete is tough to beat. We’d like to thank Nike and Cowboys administration for the hospitality.

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Nike Air Challenge Huarache // Throwback Thursday

Astounding Andre.

Bold, brash, and bigger than life, Agassi dominated his opponents in neon-colored sneakers and brights. On this day in 1992, Agassi rose up as a 12th seeded underdog from Las Vegas and defeated the higher-seeded Ivanicevic to claim his first career Single’s Title at the holy grail of tennis, Wimbledon.

In light of this memorable career milestone, today’s Nice Kicks’ Throwback Thursday honors the undisputed king of tennis flamboyancy, the face of Challenge Court and Rock-N-Roll tennis – Andre Agassi – and his 1992 Nike Air Challenge Huarache.

Early in his career, Andre embodied and embraced the role of villain. A rebel with a cause, Agassi signified and stood for everything the tennis establishment was not. Loud, bold, brash, arrogant and proudly unapologetic, Andre was undoubtedly, undisputedly, anti-country club. Furthermore, his bright, avant-garde apparel and kicks were a reflection of his style, flare, and personality.

After experiencing multiple failures early in his career, Andre completely re-dedicated himself to the game. Andre finally realized his full potential and, in the process, captivated the tennis world and ushered the game of tennis into the limelight and regular sport discourse.

Featuring an inner-boot, visible heel with encapsulated forefoot air sole units, and Durathane outsole, the silhouette embodied the very best in Nike sneaker technology, an iconoclastic early 90s tennis sneaker and Huarache model that literally hugged your foot, providing ample protection with a lightweight, comfortable ride for a variety of court surfaces.

Myriad of colorways released which spanned the entire color spectrum including white-black-bright goldenrod, white-lapis-viridian, white/bright spruce-black, and white/true royal-neutral grey. Of note, Andre’s custom PE version featured a modified outsole made for Wimbledon’s grass courts.

Agassi wore a plethora of other models throughout his legendary career; however, the Air Challenge Huarache has great historical and personal significance for Agassi and his long-lasting legacy in the game of tennis.

Be irreverent and make noise on the court like Andre. It’s completely, totally, and understandably justifiable.

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Nike KD 11 “EYBL” // Coming Soon

The basketball world is fixated on LeBron and the Lakers, but let’s not forget Kevin Durant is the man with the recent rings. Shifting attention to the current champion while focusing on the next generation looking to take it, the Nike KD 11 “EYBL” is seen in official images.

Designed with the top hoops prospects in mind, the Elite Youth Basketball League theme has long been exclusive to those that are, well, elite and young. With that said, official images of said shoe suggest a retail release could be happening, providing the most pop worthy KD 11 we’ve seen yet.

Sporting shades last seen on the KD V “DC Pre Heat,” this pair certainly has more sauce than its predecessor with crimson and volt popping off the Flyknit upper. A React sole with Zoom Air embedded completes the look with a clear facade.

Drop details are unknown on the Nike KD 11 “EYBL” but get a good look at them below.


Source: US11

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread” by Kal Seth

The white bread brand is more than just a loaf. A staple of bodegas and supermarkets known for its memorable polka-dot packaging is now the inspiration behind a one of a kind custom Bespoke Nike Air Force 1.

Created by the one and only Kal Seth, the “Wonder Bread” Air Force 1 encompasses all the aspects that make the brand worth every grain. From its nutritional facts to its price tag, the custom pair is definitely an eye-catching pair.

Take a look at the pair below, and be sure to follow the artist behind the custom pair here.


Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Wonder Bread”

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Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 “Sail” Set for Fall

Virgil Abloh is busy with Louis Vuitton, but he’s also focused on pushing out more Off-White x Nike collaborations. Such was seen recently as the new Off-White x Nike Blazer in “Sail” just surfaced during the Paris Fashion week.

This time around, a mock-up of the new Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 in Sail has surfaced. The new colorway of the Air Max 90 shares the same design with the first Off-White x Nike Air Max 90. The mock-up shows the shoe also shares similar color panels with the newly surfaced Off-White x Nike Blazer in the “Sail” scheme.

The new Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 “Sail” is said to be dropping in October according to @Pyrates

Stay tuned with Nice Kicks for updates.

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Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape” // Release Date

Continuing to release new iterations of the sleek Nike Air VaporMax 97, the latest version of the silhouette comes in “Grape” color scheme.

Featuring hues of purple, white, aqua and silver, like other versions of the VaporMax 97 this one has an upper constructed from leather and mesh. 3M reflective accents and a grape-colored VaporMax sole completes the look of the sneaker.

Releasing on June 21, the Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape” will be available at select retailers like Sneaker Politics for $ 190.


Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Grape”

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Nike Air Max 93 Coming in Summer Shades

Get ready for summer because the Nike Air Max 93 is coming in color combos that match permanent vacation vibes.

The brighter rendition features a burnt orange tone on the suede and mesh upper that’s contrasted by a white outsole and royal blue hits on the Swoosh and branding. Its counterpart goes for a strong, but more muted option, featuring a navy blue upper that’s also contrasted by a white midsole with beige branding on the accents.

These Nike Air Max 93s don’t have a release date just yet but stay tuned with Nice Kicks for more details.

Nike Air Max 93
Nike Air Max 93
Nike Air Max 93
Nike Air Max 93

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