One of Nike and Undercover’s running shoes returns in a murked out scheme. The NikeLab Gyakusou Free RN Motion Flyknit 2017 has a dual-density and dual-pattern midsole to conform to your feet. The straps and notched collar make it easy to put on and take off.
White hot. The Jordan brand adds to its Premium Essentials line with a cream-colored version of the original Air Jordans. True to its name, Retro High OG Sail bears the Nike Air logo on its tongue and insole instead of the Jumpman. The shoe drops 6/20/17 for $160.
An improved version of the space exploration-themed shoe. The Mars Yard 2.0 has a new knit mesh upper to go with the suede panels, as well as an outsole based on the Special Field Boot. For now, it’s exclusive to the NikeCraft Space Camp, but it will also retail for $200.
First released in 1987 for cliff divers and water sports enthusiasts, the comfy and eye-catching Aqua Sock became a street hit. Now it’s back with more muted colors – although there’s still one in bright orange – a foam heel guard and a more practical segmented outsole.
Nike’s concept running shoes were designed to help athletes run fast. Their goal – to break the two hour mark for a marathon. The shoes use 3D knitting and modern structural tech reduce the energy needed to lift the foot, provide cushioning, and help propel the foot forward.
Nike and Undercover’s running jacket has three-layers of weather-repellent fabric, bonded and sealed seams, and a reverse-coil zipper so you can run in all conditions. It also has roomy pockets, reflective graphics and an adjustable hem and hood. Available in four colors.
We’ve seen the Vapormax’s designer release; now it’s time for the pleb drop. Nike celebrates the Air Max’s 30th anniversary with a casual running shoe that has a segmented, flexible and strong Air midsole-outsole combo that’s paired with a Flyknit upper. Drops 3/26/17.
The Palm Green, Vachetta Tan, Black, and Legion Green colorway of Nike’s supportive mid-height sneaker is more than a little reminiscent of Boba Fett’s garb. It’s got a water-repellant Flyknit upper, a snug but comfy sock-like fit, and a durable rubber outsole.
Acronym follows up its dope Air Prestos with an extra high cut Air Force 1 Downtown. The DAF1 adds a shin-length soft shell collar that’s secured by a cam buckle strap. A full-length zipper makes the shoes easy to put on and take off. Keep the F5 bouncing for the drop.
Not only does it have possibly the longest name for a shoe, the Tallac Flyknit promises to be as durable as conventional boots yet is as light and comfortable as Nike’s casual running shoes, thanks to its TPU-injected Flyknit upper and Phylon foam midsole.
A water-resistant variant of Nike’s resurgent slip-on sneaker. Aside from its mid cut, a silicon print over the Sock Dart’s knit upper adds water resistance while retaining the shoe’s flexibility. It also has a new outsole for improved traction. Drops 1/26/17.
The goose down insulated Aeroloft Zip Off jacket was made for cold weather running. But it’ll also keep you comfortable when you start heating up, thanks to its easily removable sleeves and quick-drying panels. Part of the new Gyakusou running collection.
Nike preps the Air Force 1 for winter by mixing it with the Special Field Boot. The SF AF-1 has a leather and ripstop nylon upper, detachable ankle straps and a long tongue with a hidden pocket. Drops 11/5/16 for $200. The white SF AF-1 will debut at Complexcon.