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Nike Air More Uptempo Navy/White // Release Date

It’s late into the year and we’re still getting the lions share of Nike Air More Uptempo colorways. This upcoming Navy/White pair, unfortunately, looks to be a GS release.

Similar to the Navy/Gum pair we saw last week, this subtle iteration is simplistic in its two-tone approach. The nubuck base in navy is easily accented in white, both at the grandiose “AIR” branding the miniature Swoosh at the heel.

This GS release of the Nike Air More Uptempo lands in stores on October 14.

Nike Air More Uptempo GS

Style #: 415082-401
Release Date: October 14, 2017
Price: $ 130

Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White
Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White
Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White
Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White
Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White
Nike Air More Uptempo GS Navy/White

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Nike Air Max 1 Jewel “Wolf Grey” Drops Soon

Doubling down on Jewel Swoosh Air Max 1s, Nike cues up yet another release of the beloved style in a “Wolf Grey” women’s specific edition.

Although the Wolf Grey and Metallic Pewter palette in rich suede is labeled as a women’s release, the muted aesthetic is certainly unison in its subtlety. A silver Swoosh marks the paneling in an ode to years past and a signature trend that began with the Air Force 1.

Take an official look at the Nike Air Max 1 Jewel “Wolf Grey” below and expect them in stores on October 14.

Nike WMNS Air Max 1 Jewel

Colorway: Wolf Grey/Metallic Pewter-White
Style #: AA0512-002
Release Date: October 14, 2017
Price: $ 130

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Nike Air Max 97 Plus // Release Date

2017 has been an amazing year for the Nike Air Max series, re-releasing shoes like the Nike Air Max 1 and Nike Air Max 97, as well launching the Nike Air Vapormax.

The Nike Air Max 97 Plus features a sole-swap that combines an Air Max Plus upper with that of an Air Max 97 midsole unit. This hybrid is the second of its kind following the Nike Air Max 97 Plus which consists of an Air Max 97 upper mixed Air Max Plus tooling.

Look for the Nike Air Max 97 Plus releases on October 12th online at Nike and at select retailers.

Nike Air Max 97 Plus

Release Date: October 12, 2017


Nike Air Max 97 Plus

Nike Air Max 97 Plus

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Paul George Is Hyped For OKC’s New Nike Jerseys

words & interview // Nick DePaula:

As four-time NBA All-Star Paul George plans to embark on his eighth pro season, he’ll be donning not only just a new franchise’s jersey for the first time in his career, but also Nike’s newly launched and overhauled take on the traditional NBA uniform.

In advance of his debut season with the Oklahoma City Thunder, the two-way forward and Nike signature athlete has been a constant in the Swoosh’s roll out of the new jerseys. For George and several other NBA stars, the 2016 Olympic Games served as a first testing ground for Nike’s eventual revamped jersey design concepts.

“Being a part of Team USA, I was getting accustomed to how light, really comfortable and stretchy the jersey is,” describes George. “The biggest key was just – not to knock the adidas jerseys – but they were kind of heavy and you’d really sweat them out. Comfort is a really big factor, and it feels good.”

Since announcing this season’s expected league takeover during the spring of 2015 for all game uniforms, warmup apparel and even the referee’s tops — a massive 8-year, $ 1 Billion deal – Nike has been working to alter, adjust and innovate atop all thirty teams’ tanks.

Nike last provided league uniforms for just ten teams, twenty years ago at the start of the ’97-98 NBA season, with Champion and Puma dividing the remaining franchises between themselves. Reebok then overtook the entire league at the start of the 2004 season, with its new parent company adidas absorbing the deal and beginning an 11-year manufacturer run with the NBA in 2006. Since that time, the silhouettes, fit and style across the league has drastically shifted.

“From how the athletes move, to the positions they play — even their body types are completely different today than they were five to 10 years ago,” explains Kurt Parker, Nike VP of Apparel Design. “That’s why we wanted to dramatically evolve both the performance and look of the uniforms.”

“They’re two different jerseys,” George says of the league’s recent unis and this season’s update. “These feel sleeker, and we can move better in them. If you dress well, you’ll play well.”

In addition to the modernized looks — there’s a distraction-free aimed arm hole without a fully wrapped band, along with the short’s slit opening moved up for more range of motion — fans and players alike are most looking forward to the new designs and themes to be expected across the league.

Gone are the standard home and road designated jerseys, as teams will be able to select a new primary look for home games. Nike will also launch two additional alternates heavy on brandspeak — a hyperlocalized “Community” jersey and the “Athlete’s Mindset” look that remains to be seen.

Just today, the league announced they’ll be doing away with the historical East vs. West designations for the annual All-Star Game, leading people to already wonder what the brand will have in store for the league’s 67th annual player showcase in Los Angeles this February.

“It’s going to allow us to be more creative out there,” beams George. “We’ve seen what Nike has done with the NFL with the ‘Color Rush.’”

While the looks will be tinkered with and the template may have been adjusted, there’s also a tech element to the uniform with the brand’s “Nike Connect” app that’s entirely new that players are most looking forward. For fans that purchase a jersey, they’ll be able to hover their mobile phone over the size tag, instantly accessing stats, highlights and — for Nike and Jordan-endorsed players — exclusive shoe launches.

For players, they’ll be able to view data about their fans from all over the world, that might even go on to influence where their next summer promo tour takes place. “I think it’s dope. It’s a direct stream from the fans to the athletes,” continues George. “That’s something new, and I think it will be something that fans will get involved with. It’s cool, ’cause it’s a way to bring a fan that much closer to you.”

While Nike will be providing each team with four jerseys throughout the season — plus a fifth retro-inspired uniform that eight teams will have — players will also have more accessories at their disposal, with linking compression leggings, sleeves and armbands on deck.

As PG13 explains, his on- and off-court style is simply derived from what he’s become most comfortable in. “It comes down to what makes you comfortable,” he outlines. “Our fashion and style comes from what’s most comfortable. Whatever you’re comfortable in – skinny jeans, flannels or a kangaroo hat – everyone should feel creative and comfortable.”

With new jerseys and signature shoes to be showcased all year long, along with a revamped and retooled Thunder roster aiming to compete amongst a deep Western Conference, George is already looking forward to the season ahead with his new franchise, and the expected style competition among teammates.

“We’re going to have fun with it. I know Russ is the ‘fashion king.’ I’m more than fine with that,” smiles George. “I’m the ‘fashion prince.’”

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Nike Air VaporMax Adopts Buckeyes Vibes

There hasn’t been much from the Nike Air VaporMax in terms of tribute colorways during its first year in production. The shoe hasn’t directly pair homage to Air Max models of the past. Indirectly, though, we have seen pairs that look as though they’re inspired by the Air Max 1. An upcoming style appears to both mimic an Air Max 1 colorway and ode LeBron James’ favorite collegiate program.

Dressed predominately in grey and red that mimics the Ohio State Buckeyes adoring Scarlet Red fueled uniforms, the shoe also appears to pull creatively from a traditional Air Max 1 colorway yet with a darker palette given a black VaporMax sole.

Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more details on this upcoming Nike Air VaporMax.

Source: sneakerprophet

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Nike PG1 “Superstition” // Available Now

Inspired by his ability to overcome unfounded fears and maintain courage in the face of adversity, the Nike PG1 “Superstition” keys on Paul George’s unrelenting focus.

Back in April 2015, George make his celebrated return to basketball post-injury in a new number, 13. Traditionally avoided for superstitious reasons, the number is one that George embraced with courage and no regard for bad luck.

Grab this new PG1 now for $ 110 at SNKRS.

Nike PG1 “Superstition”

Colorway: Wolf Grey/Cool Grey
Style #: 878627-009
Price: $ 110

Nike PG1 "Superstition"
Nike PG1 “Superstition”
Nike PG1 "Superstition"
Nike PG1 “Superstition”

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Nike Zoom Fly SP “Chicago” // Release Date

After months of scarcity that left many unsure just how available the Zoom Fly SP would be when they did release, Nike is putting thoughts of super limited releases to bed with multiple drops this month and next. This pair in honor of the Chicago Marathon is due to drop early next month.

Dressed in Taupe Grey and Obsidian, the shoe is set to release on October 5 with a retail price of $ 150. Grab a better look below and check out the custom pair Virgil made for marathoner Eluid Kipchoge.

Nike Zoom Fly SP “Chicago”

Colorway: Taupe/Obsidian
Release Date: October 5, 2017
Price: $ 150

Nike Zoom Fly SP "Chicago"
Nike Zoom Fly SP “Chicago”
Nike Zoom Fly SP "Chicago"
Nike Zoom Fly SP “Chicago”
Nike Zoom Fly SP "Chicago"
Nike Zoom Fly SP “Chicago”

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Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 “Sport Royal” Drops Very Soon

Another Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is set to release before the end of the month. The “Sport Royal” style that we previewed back in summer is due in stores before the end of the week.

The self-lacing shoe priced at $ 720 comes in a glowing blue, white, and black palette which stands as easily the most colorful style to date.

Look for the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 “Sport Royal” on September 30.

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0

Colorway: Sport Royal/Blue Lagoon-Black
Release Date: September 30, 2017
Price: $ 720

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Nike Air Max 1 “Anniversary” Lands on Nike SNKRS Tomorrow

After its initial release this past March for Air Max Day and a subsequent release last week at high-end boutiques, the Nike Air Max 1 “Anniversary” returns once more tomorrow morning on SNKRS.

Only the “University Red” pair will be re-releasing tomorrow at 10am EST in further celebration of the silhouette’s 30th anniversary. You can grab them tomorrow morning here.

Nike Air Max 1 “Anniversary”

Colorway: White/University Red-Neutral Grey-Black
Style #: 908375-103
Release Date: September 26, 2017
Price: $ 140

Nike Air Max 1 "Anniversary"
Nike Air Max 1 “Anniversary”

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Another “Multicolor” Nike Air VaporMax Has Surfaced

A Nike Air VaporMax “Multicolor” released earlier this year in Japan as a regional exclusive many thought would never see the light of day in the States. And to our knowledge, they won’t. But this ringer just might, and apparently very soon.

Exploring a very similar look and feel to the aforementioned release, a grey Flyknit upper is surrounded by a rainbow-like wrap just above the VaporMax sole unit. Release details for this new Nike Air VaporMax “Multicolor” haven’t yet been revealed. Stay tuned for more.

Nike Air VaporMax "Multicolor"
Nike Air VaporMax “Multicolor”
Nike Air VaporMax "Multicolor"
Nike Air VaporMax “Multicolor”
Nike Air VaporMax "Multicolor"
Nike Air VaporMax “Multicolor”

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