January 26, 2018 / nike basketball
The large "MATT" embroidered on the tongue of the Jordan XIII University of Oregon Basketball F&F makeup honors Matthew Knight. The Oregon "O" detail above the name and the Oregon Duck mascot within the hologram provide additional embellishments of school pride.
The shoe is limited to friends and family of the University of Oregon basketball program.
December 14, 2017 / nike training
The Nike Zoom Train Command RW is a special-edition training shoe for Russell Wilson. It features his RW logo on the heel tab, outsole and upper. A cheetah print takes over the insole of the shoe, which is a nod to Wilson who says he plays like a cheetah on the field and wants to train like one in the gym.
“I love that it’s lightweight, fashionable and versatile for all occasions and workouts,” Wilson says.
The Zoom Train Command RW is available December 14 on nike.com, and at Nike Seattle and Nike Portland.
December 07, 2017 / nike women's
The Nike Air Max 97 Metallic Leather Black is available starting December 14 in women's sizing on the Nike App, nike.com and at select retailers.
November 30, 2017 / nike women's
The Nike Air Max 95 Embossed Fur Blue uses pony/cowhide to create desirable and feminine textures.
It is available December 7 in women's sizing on the Nike App, nike.com and at select retailers.
The Nike Air Max 95 Embossed-Fur Cider uses pony/cowhide to create desirable and feminine textures.
The Nike Air Max 95 Embossed Fur Black uses pony/cowhide to create desirable and feminine textures.
November 28, 2017 / jordan brand
The Air Jordan 1 Black Toe is reworked strictly for Miami with two South Beach-friendly colorways connected to the city’s Art Deco heritage.
The two shoes release this December.
November 24, 2017 / nike sportswear
The Nike Air Humara originally released in 1997. Designed as a trail runner, the shoe became an instant street classic and wardrobe staple for some of the eras most significant rappers.
The Nike Air Zoom Humara, in both the Deep Burgundy and Varsity Maize colorways, is available starting December 1 on the Nike SNKRS App, nike.com and at select retailers.
November 22, 2017 / jordan brand
Using the iconic Air Jordan 1 silhouette as a canvas, many colorways have come to represent stories much bigger than just a style code. When combined with the right energy, grouping together colorways can accomplish more than just paying tribute to past favorites; it can create a new classic altogether.
Following the instant success of the Air Jordan I Top 3 Pick in 2016 comes a reimagination of three popular gold-, black- and white-based models. First released at ComplexCon, this interpretation of the Jordan I features a sleek patent leather on the upper.
The Air Jordan I Top 3 Gold releases beginning November 27 at the following retailers:
A Ma Maniere: Atlanta
Concepts International LLC: Boston
Social Status: Charlotte
RSVP LLC: Chicago
St. Alfreds: Chicago
Social Status: Houston
Blends: Los Angeles
Undefeated: Los Angeles
Politics: Lafayette, LA
Feature: Las Vegas
Oneness: Lexington, KY
Shoe Gallery Inc: Miami
Concepts International LLC: New York
Kith Retail LLC: New York and Brooklyn
Nike Lab: New York
Crème: Norfolk, VA
Trophy Room: Orlando
Social Status: Pittsburgh
The Darkside Initiative LLC: San Francisco
Livestock: Toronto, Vancouver
Si Vas Descalzo: Barcelona
Lmtd Editions: Barcelona
Bottega Back Door: Bologna
Jordan Dubai: Dubai
290 SQM: Instanbul
Foot Patrol: London
Sneakers N Stuff: London
Si Vas Descalzo: Madrid
One Block Down: Mìlan
End Clothing: Newcastle
Sneakers N Stuff: Stockholm
Jordan Beijing The Place: Beijing, The Place
Jordan 1 Hongxing: Chengdu, Hongxing
Jordan Guangzhou 218 Tianhe: Guangzhou, Parc Central
8 Wellington: Hong Kong, Wellington
Jordan 139 Nan Dong: Shanghai, Zhongyang
Jordan 16 Songgao: Taipei, Songgao
Jordan Taipei Ximenting: Taipei, Ximenting
Asia Pacific/Latin America
Titan: Philippines, Fort
Lust: Mexico City
Jordan Hongdae: Seoul
Kinetics (Tokyo 23): Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Sports Lab Shinjuku: Shinjuku, Tokyo
Sports Lab Shinsaibashi: Osaka
November 22, 2017 / nike basketball
Responding to a call from DeRozan on Twitter, Dell Treasure, 28 of Layton, Utah, went to Nike iD and created “a nice, clean sneaker that would work on a lot of different levels.”
One level, off the bat, earned a positive reaction from the Raptors guard, who chose the design from the many that were submitted and will wear it tonight in New York. “MSG is the last old-school arena in the NBA. It’s a throwback to a time where the game was the only thing that mattered, so I wanted to choose a fan design that was simple and reflective of that,” he says.