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July 20, 2017 - The Nike Air Max Tiny 90 updates the original colorway of the Air Max 90 with a slip-on design that has added Max Air cushioning and flex grooves on the outsole for traction. It also features the iconic Air Max 90 heel tab and a non-adjustable strap to secure the foot.

It's now available in Little Kids and Infant/Toddler sizing on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers.

April 20, 2016 - The Charlotte Hornets are playing in these player exclusive Jordan Ultra.Fly shoes during the playoffs.

April 20, 2016 - Jordan athlete Frank Kaminsky is playing in these player exclusive Air Jordan XXX shoes during the playoffs.

April 15, 2016 - The KYRIE 2 Crossover celebrates Irving’s signature move, which leaves defenders hypnotized. The shoe features distorted copy on the heels, varying from left to right, a metaphor for Irving’s deceptive crossover.

Irving will wear the shoe in the playoffs, and limited pairs will be available for sale beginning May 14.

April 09, 2016 - The Nike Flyknit Racer returns in an Indigo colorway, inspired by the early morning glow of a sunrise run.

April 01, 2016 - The Nike FI Premiere has a fully waterproof Flyweave upper, a flexible Nike-free inspired midsole and an outsole that uses Integrated Traction and four softspike cleats to provide the perfect on-course fit.

March 30, 2016 - The lightweight, formfitting NikeCourt Air Zoom Ultrafly has a disruptive silhouette that borrows inspiration from American football, global football and track and field footwear.

The NikeCourt Air Zoom Ultrafly is available April 4 at Nike.com in an all-volt colorway for both hard and clay court surfaces. 

March 29, 2016 - Inspired by the Nike Air Force 1, the Nike LunarForce 1 G combines full-length Lunarlon cushioning with a waterproof leather upper and integrated traction using classic Nike Waffle lugs.

The Nike LunarForce 1 G is available April 1 on Nike.com.

March 29, 2016 - The print on the new KD8 young athletes' basketball shoe is inspired by the All-Star's favorite childhood snack.

March 28, 2016 - Last year Nike released the Air Max Zero, Tinker Hatfield's original Air Max design, which eventually became the Nike Air Max 1. Though the idea for the shoe was put to paper 29 years ago, its first real-life manifestation incorporated nearly three decades of Nike Air innovation. It may not have been the first Nike Air Max, but without it, the Nike Air Max 1 would not exist.

The Nike Air Max Zero Ultra returns March 28 in yellow with lightweight Ultra tooling at Nike.com.