Nike has unveiled a Stranger Things-themed collection of shoes and apparel. The Hawkins High pack consists of special colorways of the Blazer, the Tailwind and the Cortez, while the apparel consists of a tee, hoodies, pants and a cap. They will be available 6/27/19, just in time for Season 3.
Paul George’s PG 2 Nike shoe debuted with a PlayStation 4 colorway. Nike is back with another signature shoe for the Oklahoma City Thunder star, and with it another PlayStation colorway. This time the sneaker pays homage to the original 1994 gaming console. Drops 12/1/18.
These Air Max 97s (Style 921826-201) feature an Ale Brown, Elemental Gold, and black color scheme inspired by the shipping boxes that show up at our homes all the time. To complete the effect, each one has a barcode built into its sole. Coming to the Nike Store any day now.
From their curvy, wavy details, to their form-fitting looks, to their flight jacket inspired olive and orange color scheme, and reflective 3M detailing, we love everything about these AirMax cushioned sneakers coming soon from Nike. Keep an eye out for style code 918356-801.
At its Spring Summer 2019 show, Japanese fashion brand Sacai showed off two Nike unisex sneakers, each with two tongues, two laces and two Swoosh logos. One is a mashup of the Waffle Daybreak and the LDV, while the other combines the Dunk High with the Blazer.
Nike’s slick backpack features a trapezoidal silhouette that makes it look like it dropped in from the prop department of a sci-fi movie. It’s got front webbing for clipping on items, a large top-loading compartment, side zip sections, and a padded 15″ laptop sleeve.
The latest collaboration from tech wear king Acronym and Nike. The Air VaporMax Moc 2 sees the laces replaced by a wide elastic strap and the whole upper printed with an aggressive camo pattern based on Acronym’s logo. And yes, they’re already sold out.
NBA player Paul George’s new signature shoe debuts with a limited-edition Sony PlayStation colorway, with a sweet galactic theme and light up PS and PG logos on the tongues. The shoe offers better grip, and does away with the lockdown strap from the PG1, improving fit.
Nike celebrates the Air Force 1’s 35th anniversary with a continuation of the silhouette’s Special Field Boot mashup. The casual military shoe takes an even more street wear turn, with a high cut profile and laces that can be arranged in a variety of ways.