You might think you were looking at an ordinary 7-Eleven store, but it’s actually a miniature. artist and director Justin Poulsen created this model of the store that’s accurate down to every detail, including the motorized doors. And there’s a surprise waiting inside – a pair of custom-made 7-Eleven Nike Dunks.
Nike’s GO FlyEase let you put on your shoes and take them off without using your hands. They feature a cleverly engineered hinged body that flips open when you push down on its heel and pops closed when you press your foot down. Nike plans on putting them into production soon.
We absolutely love this black and red colorway for Nike’s Air Max Plus sneakers. Unlike the typical neoprene and TPU design, this style has a mesh base with a reflective black wave pattern. Keep an eye out at retailers for style code DN7997-001 for the release.
Nike celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Air Presto performance running shoe with a vibrant new edition. Holding true to the original vision of sneakers that mimicked the style of t-shirts, this version has a brilliant sunset gradient from tip to tail. Drops 3.12.2021 at 9am ET.
Nike’s throwback sneaker embellishes a classic silhouette with an abstract swoosh logo made from red double zig-zag stitching. Its upper is made from white leather with grey suede accents, along with exposed foam tongues, and a translucent green rubber outsole. Coming in early 2021 to Nike.com and select retailers.
Based on the 1992 basketball sneaker, these updated Air Raids still sport those iconic criss-cross straps and thick bumpers, but these ones are done up in the black, orange, and gold color scheme of the Roswell Rayguns, Nike’s fictitious ABA team lead by a time traveler known as “Dr. Funk.” Release date TBA.
In the lead-up to Halloween, Nike is showing off a new pair of Air Max 95 sneakers inspired by Nightmare on Elm Street’s iconic villain. Its color scheme references Freddy Kreuger’s iconic sweater, while blood drips in back and spatters under its air cushions drive home the horror in a surprisingly subtle way.
Artist Michael Murphy of Perceptual Art designed this mind-blowing sculpture that looks like Michael Jordan’s iconic Jumpman logo when viewed from the front, and a Nike Air Jordan 1 sneaker from the side. A very limited number of the handpainted resin sculptures goes on sale 8.6.20 at 12pm ET at the Perceptual Store.
Nike’s Kevin Durant collection adds a great monochromatic colorway for the KD13. The high-energy basketball shoe features a full-length Air Zoom unit stacked on a secondary unit for added cushioning, and its lightweight upper gives a broken-in feel straight from the box. We really dig the grey-speckled soles.
“If they look weird, that’s because they’re made of trash.” Nike’s funky and sustainable Space Hippie line is made from 50% recycled materials by weight, including reground rubber, foam scraps, and Flyknit yarns made from recycled plastic bottles, t-shirts, and yarn scraps. We love how the design embraces the irregularities.
A bold red and black variant of Nike’s Air Max 720 Horizon, this shoe is ready for tougher weather than the typical sneaker, with a rugged tread for grip in the rain, and a GORE-TEX/synthetic upper to keep your feet dry. They pack a thick Air section below the entire footbed for maximum comfort.
Nike gives its ’90s inspired walking shoe a rich and rugged colorway that looks great for outdoor living. Its earthy olive drab main body is accented by a woven canvas inlay with shiny red accents, all riding atop a cushioned air pocket sole. Expect the design to hit stores and Nike.com before the end of 2019.
Featuring a vibrant design inspired by Kobe’s bestselling children’s novel, these low-tops have colorful print straight from the book’s cover. Black accents on the tongue, laces, rear midsole, and swoosh graphic offer added contrast, while neon green, blue, and red splash their way across the sole. Drops 12/1/19 from Nike.
Designed for conquering varied terrain, the Air Zoom Terra Kiger 5 running shoe has a lightweight Flymesh body, a cushy Nike React foam midsole, a grippy outsole, and a ventilated upper to keep your feet dry. It looks especially awesome in its Geode Teal/Black/Bright Crimson/Aurora colorway shown here.
A performance basketball show with a bold and dynamic look. Its external diamond cage structure isn’t just aesthetic – it actually helps to stabilize the foot, while its forefoot and sole are optimized for quick starts, stops, and directional changes. Drops 7/1/19 from Nike’s Jordan Collection and at select retailers.
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.