Looks like Nike is really serious about that $50B in sales by 2020 thing, because the brand has really been throwing down lately. Amidst the barrage of new tech/shoes/everything they’ve been pushing to kick off 2016, we’re also being gifted with the first images of the zapatillas nike air max 2017 mujer ! Coming courtesy of Nike Blog, the images are all we have to go by for now, but the shoe looks promising.From what we can see, the 2017 is shirking the ‘15 and ‘16‘s reliance on visible Flywire, and going instead for a ribbed upper. The upper is then covered by what seems to be the same overlay as the ’16. Changes here are minimal, which might be a good thing considering how great the past couple of flagship runners have looked.
After a series of vivid multicolour releases, Nike are now serving up a zapatillas nike flyknit air max argentina that’s a little more restrained. This ‘Oreo’ colourway combines black and white yarn for a marled grayscale upper with solid black accents. An icy sole unit hugs the bottom, with a lone hit of orange on the tongue tag the only visible pop of colour on this subdued release.The Air Max 2017 isn’t the only bubbled Max popping off right now – its Flyknit-clad predecessor, too, has just burst out in an explosive colourway. A creative medley of reds and blues are entwined into a ‘Multicolour Blue’ that has been knitted together to give your feet a comfortable and stylish home. A glaringly white Swoosh streaks across the shoe, while the bubble below is appropriately blue.
Nike have figured out how to do some wild stuff with their knitting tech, just take a look at this nike free rn flyknit argentina. There are so many things going on with the upper that we’d love to get in there with a magnifying glass and give you a stitch by stitch description. Luckily for you, we understand that wouldn’t make for good reading so we’ll just let you stare at that engineered melange. The simplicity of the black midsole is broken up underneath by the geometric pattern that allows your foot to flex in every direction.A veteran of the active-wear movement, the Nike Free is a tenured runner that has earned its stripes. This Flyknit number has those stripes are coloured with ‘Blue Lagoon’ and ‘Volt’, which are twined together to give the shoe the appearance of a spiky lionfish.With a hexagonal tread that expands according to foot pressure and a dual density midsole – the Nike Flyknit RN is one of the few runners that can provide equal comfort and style.
The nike metcon 2 argentina is a shoe for anyone who likes to have their muscles contorted and mashed together like playdough. That is to say – it’s a cross-fit shoe. This ‘Amp’ colourway has vibrant streaks of blue and lime fused throughout its midsole, and an upper that takes those two tones and colour blocks them. Along with its attention grabbing colour scheme, Nike are advertising the Metcon 2 Amp with a slew of driving slogans. ‘It knows your routine, from balance and burpees to laterals and lunges because it knows the recipe for better,’ says Nike. ‘It knows stability. It knows strength. It knows work. It knows that to fulfil its potential, it needs you.’
Love might be in the air. The match-makers at the Swoosh have paired a nike roshe run hombre argentina with the Tiempo to produce this morph-tastic hybrid. Bearing the soccer-styled pattern of the Tiempo above the recognisably big-butted sole unit of the Roshe, the sneaker boasts key characteristics of both parents. Constructed in a mix of leather and suede, the masterful mashup will drop in ‘Wolf Grey’, ‘Sand’ and ‘Burgundy’.Another Nike Roshe Run Flyknit here just for the gals looking real tidy. A gorgeous cool green lays down low on the comfy Phylon sole, with a black/green Flyknit weave sitting pretty up top.