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Nike Air Max Zero made its official debut
« on: August 11, 2017, 08:19:04 AM »

Looking at this Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit we see that the shoe features a combination of white and black on the Flyknit upper with additional black accents on the Swoosh, ankle, tongue, eyestay, and heel. A white Ultra sole unit down below completes the look. You can pick up this black/white Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit at select Nike retailers for $150.

Designed in 1985, the Nike Air Max Zero Mens made its official debut to the public in 2015. Since then, the classic runner has been colored in many iterations and this summer the sneaker is featured in a wolf grey/dark grey theme. The greyish hue covers the sleek upper made of mesh and synthetics while a white midsole and grey accents on the outsole complete the look altogether.

The sneaker you see above is known as the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential Ease Triple White (that’s a mouthful). This version of the Air Max 90 comes with a slip-on design and an Ultra (lightweight/cored out) sole. Dropping next week, let’s get a closer look.Dropping in Triple White fashion, the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Ease comes with a perforated neoprene bootie construction to provide the shoe with a sleek look and maximum breathability.

New colorways of the Nike Air Huarache Utility are rolling out for the Summer of 2017 as we take a look at this Team Red pair that is sure to appeal to OG fans of the Huarache.This Huarache takes on a tonal look as the entire upper is done in Team Red in a combination of materials that include mesh, neoprene, and nubuck. White accents are then placed on the tongue branding and the midsole, with a black rubber outsole capping things off.

With the Nike Cortez Womens celebrating its 45th anniversary this year it was only a matter of time until Nike decided to do something groundbreaking to the classic silhouette. Today we see just that with the introduction of the Nike Cortez Flyknit.Just as the name implies, the Cortez switches out the traditional nylon/leather upper and replaces it with a lightweight and breathable Flyknit material. Other details include a sock-like ankle, synthetic overlays and a new sole that looks more cushioned than the original.