This colorway of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential comes with a Pale Grey, Armory Navy, and Glacier Ice color scheme. The Flyknit upper come in a Pale Grey hue, while the portion around the Air Max unit is done in Armory Navy. White takes care of the rest of the Ultra sole while also completing the major features of the shoe. Very minimal but at the same time very versatile. Priced at $160, pick up a pair today directly from Nike and select retailers.
The women’s Nike Air Huarache Utility Breathe is a modern look of the ’90s classic with cooling, Nike Tech Ultramesh for maximum airflow with minimum weight. Perfect for summer, the sneaker features a mix of orchid and sunset glow across its upper, heel cage and elastic band. A clean white contoured foam midsole with Air-Sole cushioning completes the vibrant look altogether.
Nike has just released the latest “Multicolor” colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit.Coming in the Mid top construction, the lightest Air Force 1 ever features a breathable Flyknit upper done in an array of colors. The multicolor Flyknit upper is complemented by black accents on the leather Swoosh, tongue, heel tab, and ankle strap, and laces. Down below we see a white Ultra sole unit that provides comfort and contrast.
The Nike Air Max Zero Mens comes in a Pink upper constructed out of mesh, synthetic and neoprene. Even more shades of Pink can be found on both the laces and sole unit of the shoe. The branding comes in tonal fashion, as does the lining. Although the shoe is a “Pink” sneaker, the choice of Pink shades used make it very versatile and easy to wear. Priced at $130, expect to see these drop stateside in the near future.
The Nike Cortez Womens 45th anniversary celebrations will continue onto the weekend as Nike will be releasing more colorways tomorrow.Known as the Nike Cortez Jewel Pack, this collection includes two different colorways of the iconic model. Both pairs feature full leather uppers in white with contrasting Black or University Red accents coming on the jewel Swoosh on the side panels, the branding on the tongue and heel tab, and the midsole. Other details include a special chrome lace dubrae that reads “Cortez ’72” and Nike branding on the insoles.