April 05, 2017 - This KOBE A.D. DeRozan PE is inspired by DeMar DeRozan's memory of watching Kobe Bryant play against Utah in the 1997 playoffs. Bryant's "airball game" taught the legend how to deal with adversity and showed DeRozan that resilience was key to success on court.
The date of the memory, May 12, 1997, is featured on the shoe's lace tips. A picture of the street that DeRozan grew up in Compton is featured on the sockliner. Finally, the Kobe logo, DNA symbol and signature on the heel tabs follow the color scheme of Bryant's "airball game" opponent.
The shoe releases April 12 from SNKRS.
March 31, 2017 - The Nike Flyknit Racer returns in a multicolor colorway, highlighting the transformative technology's ability to weave several hues into a virtually seamless and incredibly lightweight upper.
It's available April 7 on nike.com, SNKRS, Nike+ and at select retailers.
March 30, 2017 - The Nike PG1 EYBL celebrates the Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL). The inner bootie of the shoe incorporates a graphic calling out each of the EYBL cities. An anthracite upper is complemented by the colorful pop of the Zoom bag, which is visible on the outsole.
March 28, 2017 - The Nike Free Train Virtue training shoe is designed to provide comfortable cushioning, responsiveness and flexibility to enable natural motion.
It's available on Nike+, nike.com and at select retailers.
March 23, 2017 - The Nike Lunar Command 2 Boa features a Boa closure, a unique lacing system for secure fit, in addition to Lunarlon cushioning and seven removable spikes. It's easily adjustable with one hand for quick on and off.
It's now available on nike.com and at select retailers.
March 10, 2017 - Nike Basketball College iD lets you customize iconic sneaker silhouettes for select colleges. Choose from home, away and alternate jersey color schemes, style the Swoosh and show your pride with a team logo.
March 09, 2017 - This is a special Nike PG1 PE for Paul George.
March 08, 2017 - The Nike AF1 “Jet” is a one-of-a-kind sneaker created to say thank you to Elton for his commitment to diversity and inclusion, and his long-standing relationship with Nike.
The upper is inspired by two factors. A British Knight’s Armor and the Disco Ball. The design has a 1970s feel to pay homage to the early days of disco and the relationship between Elton and Nike. By doing that it also creates an aesthetic nod to Elton’s ‘Knighthood’ with the chrome effect.
The product is finished off with Nike BETRUE color inspiration and graphics. The shoes were designed, built and produced at Nike’s WHQ with the shoes themselves being manufactured in The Builder Lab within Nike’s Advanced Product Creation Centre which most recently created Odell Beckham Jr.’s NFL cleats and a vast number of the footwear for Track & Field athletes at the recent 2016 Rio games. The AF1 Jet was presented to Elton this past weekend in Eugene, Oregon.
Elton’s relationship with Nike began in the mid-1970s when Geoff Hollister created several one-of-a-kind shoes for the legendary musician. The Cortez, Daybreak, Tailwind hybrids appeared gained mythical status as they began popping up on the internet and in publications in the early 2000s.