June 14, 2017 / nike basketball
Extending the Nike N7 connection to hoops, the KYRIE 3 N7 features red, orange and yellow accents perfect for long days of summer basketball.
It's available starting June 21 on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers. For more information about N7, go to n7fund.com.
June 14, 2017 / nike sportswear
It's available starting June 21 in women's sizing on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers.
For more information about N7, go to n7fund.com.
The shoe is available starting June 21 in men's sizing on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers.
The new Nike Huarache Ultra gives new form to 1992's minimalistic Nike Flight Huarache. It's available starting June 21 on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers.
NIKEiD has partnered with Olivia Kim (VP, Creative Projects at Nordstrom) on a tribute to Kim’s favorite pair of navy nylon/suede Cortez from the mid-‘70s. In addition to bringing back the colorway, Kim has added hints of baby pink on the midsole and details that give the sneaker a “retro” feel: an off-white label, an aged sole and an unfinished tongue. The shoe comes in white, black and navy nylon and suede upper options, and navy and white swoosh options.
“The Cortez is an iconic sneaker and a staple of LA style and youth culture," says Kim. "I've been wearing Nikes since I was a kid, and the Senorita Cortez from the late '70s was the first Cortez I remember. For the 45th Anniversary of Cortez, and as a tribute to that sneaker, I wanted to reinterpret it with some original elements but flower it with a bit of 2017.”
Nike Cortez Premium iD by Olivia Kim is available starting June 17 at Nordstrom x Nike in select Nordstrom stores, and June 19 on nike.com/nikeid.
The Nike "What The" Dunk Low JP is a mash-up of the 1985 OG Dunk with unexpected color blocking and a two-toned Swoosh.
It's available starting July 22 at select retailers in Japan.
The Nike Dunk Low JP combines the OG colorways of the Nike Dunk and Nike Air Force 1 in an unexpected, "mismatched" way.
It's available starting July 15 at atmos in Japan, Nike Harajuku and NikeLab MA5.
The Nike Dunk Low JP references a never-released colorway of the Air Force 1 OnkoChishin. Here, it's applied to the Nike Dunk Low.
It's available starting July 8 at Mita Sneakers in Tokyo, Nike Harajuku and NikeLab MA5.
June 12, 2017 / nike basketball
This is a special KYRIE 3 PE for Kyrie Irving.