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.
Off-White founder Virgil Abloh put his designer’s designer touch on 10 of Nike’s best silhouettes including the Air Jordan 1, the Air Presto and the new Air VaporMax. The shoes bear a designer’s intent to make the whole more than the sum of its parts. Drops 11/2017.
Nike is teasing a bold twist to the Air Jordan 1 with a peek at a pair of unreleased sample shoes. The Homage to Home looks like two shoes stitched into one. The outer side rocks the red and black aka Banned colors, while the inner side has the classic white and red.
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.