February 07, 2019 - Track your workout and set goals with two new colorways of the Nike Metcon 4 XD, the ultimate shoe for lifting and high-intensity training. The shoes play off gym leader boards and chalk-scribbled floors:
- Write your WOD time or weight lifted with dry-erase markers on the erasable back panels of the white Nike Metcon 4 XD. Green and blue lace aglets and heel caps complement the colorway.
- Tally your reps and sets with chalk on the erasable back panels to of the black Nike Metcon 4 XD. Chalk-like pastel accents finish the look.
The shoes feature a new pattern of strategically zoned haptic print that enhances durability and stability across the upper.
These special-edition Nike Metcon 4 XD colorways are available now in Greater China on nike.com and will release February 11 for Nike members throughout Europe, February 14 for Nike members in North America and February 21 on nike.com and at select retailers globally.
April 30, 2019 - Retro surf wetsuits are the inspiration for the latest color drops of the Nike Air Max Dia. The shoe's elegant stack height highlights the Air unit and its tapered toe box lends a contemporary sophistication.
The new colorways release May 1.
April 30, 2019 - Since 2017, Converse and JW Anderson have produced more than 25 creations. Each silhouette has continually fused Converse’s iconic made-for-everyone attitude with JW Anderson’s forward-thinking, boundary-pushing aesthetic.
The latest result celebrates the GLITTER_GUTTER collection that launched the partnership. It includes a Chuck 70 available in three tri-panel colorways and finished with a complementary fuzzy lace. The newly created Run Star Hike — one-part Chuck, one-part runner — is available for the first time in tri-panel mismatched Glitter, the original colorways from the first GLITTER_GUTTER drop.
The Converse x JW Anderson Run Star Hike Glitter and Chuck 70s will be available May 9.
April 25, 2019 - The latest version of Nike’s toughest training shoe plays off tactical weight vests, which the fittest of the fit wear to help maximize effort while they run, pull-up, push-up, air squat and more.
Each pair comes with at least five patches inspired by military nostalgia, but with a Nike twist (like a feisty bee from an old fighter jet reaching for a kettlebell or a tornado lifting weights.)
Attachable by VELCRO® brand fastener, the patches can be applied to the shoe’s tongue and back-half of the upper. Athletes can stand out on the rubber floor or the street by adding patches from their gym, vest or favorite athlete to the mix.
The 4 XD boasts all the brawn of the Metcon 4 plus a new dense pattern of strategically zoned haptic print (inspired by barbell knurling) that helps to further enhance durability across the mid and forefoot.
The Nike Metcon 4 XD Patches will be available in Nike Special Field System Collection colors (tan, army green and triple black for men; dusty pink, lavender, and gray for women) May 3 on nike.com and at select retailers. Each colorway has a slightly different mix of patches, and the patches are not sold separately.
April 23, 2019 - With an upper inspired by the Nike Internationalist (check the eyestay and heel clip) and Nike React technology underfoot, the Nike React Element 55 carries an understated stance and delivers a smooth ride.
While those traits remain consistent, the shoe’s aesthetic can now be distorted with customization opportunities through Nike By You, which allows for a choice of experimental materials and trims. These are augmented by a bold color palette that takes hazmat and firefighting suits as inspiration on a breathable open leno woven mesh upper.
Additionally, new colorways of the Nike React Element 55 are on the horizon (including color-shifting Black/Black-Laser Fuschsia-White and Black/Black-Tour Yellow-White uppers, as well as a clean, white-based trio with hits of University Red, Game Royal or Pure Platinum) .
The Nike React Element 55 By You is available beginning May 2.
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April 22, 2019 - Built for multidirectional threats like Saquon Barkley and Russell Wilson, the Nike Alpha Menace Elite 2 (left) now features a midfoot strap for containment, while TPU yarns in the forefoot protect feet from getting stepped on (a midfoot strap keeps the laces contained). The strobel has been center-seamed down the middle of the cleat to lock the traction plate down on the footbed.
The Nike Force Savage Elite 2, designed for players who challenge the line of scrimmage like Khalil Mack, comes with a redesigned cleat plate for optimal comfort and traction. Instead of laces, three straps work in concert with a burrito tongue to allow for quick tightening adjustments in-between plays.
The Nike Alpha Menace Elite 2 and the Nike Force Savage Elite 2 are available on nike.com.
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April 19, 2019 - The newest Nike React running shoe debuts with a minimal look and dynamic fit made possible by losing the laces.
How it works: Elastic Flyknit yarns by the tongue and along the collar create a snug fit that moves seamlessly with the foot. Non-elastic yarns, which replace traditional lace hooks, offer structure and stability.
The Nike Phantom React Flyknit is available exclusively for members in Greater China now and will release globally May 2 on nike.com
April 18, 2019 - Both of these women's exclusive colorways of the Air Max 720 release April 18 on nike.com
April 11, 2019 - Debuted on a London runway last fall and first released in February, the Converse x JW Anderson Run Hike has enjoyed instant interest due to its sleek combination of past and present aesthetics. The mash-up silhouette is now realized in black.
The Converse x JW Anderson Grid — a staple since the beginning of this partnership —returns with a split application of the archival American Flag print. Introduced in 1991, this graphic appears again on a Chuck 70 canvas. This time it is enhanced by a JWA brand monogram grid base.
Both shoes release April 18.
April 10, 2019 - Debuted in 1989 as a direct descendent of the 1982's Air Escape, the Nike Air Wildwood ACG might have been designed as an off-road runner but it quickly gained a reputation as a go-anywhere staple sneaker. Rugged details, punctuated by its sawtooth Waffle sole, and pops of bold color grant discernible personality to the modest silhouette — just enough to command attention, but never demand it.
Fun fact: Portland, Oregon's, Wildwood trail, the shoe's namesake, stretches 30 miles and is regularly listed among America's best running routes.
The latest colorways of the ACG Air Wildwood launch April 20.