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|Elizabeth1993||Feb 20 2017, 03:00 AM Post #1|
How many different versions of the Nike Air Max 90 will we see this summer? There’s a brand new golf cleat inspired by Rory McIlroy’s love of the model, luxurious leather woven uppers, pairs that ditch the seems entirely for a ventilated mesh base, and much more. But just in case you want something on the simpler side of things, then why not try this “Triple White” Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Moire on for size? The outsole sheds some extra weight inspired by the lightweight tendencies of Nike’s Ultra Moire running model while a seamless synthetic upper mimics the numerous OG panels of the iconic silhouette with added perforations throughout to compliment the warmest of months. What do you think of the look? Check out a detailed view below and be on the lookout for this AM90 to hit retailers later this summer.
2015 may be over, but apparently Nike’s infatuation with all-red sneakers isn’t going anywhere any time soon. The latest model to get the red-out look is the Air Max 90 Ultra Moire, which goes Bright Crimson from top to bottom for its modified perforated synthetic upper and slimmed-down sole unit. If you don’t already have enough red sneakers in your closet—or have worn out the pairs you copped when this trend started over two years ago by now.
The Nike Air Huarache Femme is 23 years old.
Countless technologies have come and gone since the Huarache debuted, but the appeal of this one sustains. Some people will try to tell you that the world of trainers (sneakers if we have to call them that for a global audience) is in rude health, but the fact a shoe that's old enough to legally drink — and back when this one first appeared, we thought that shoes were getting so progressive that they might be eating, talking, drinking androids for the feet by 2014 — is the big shoe now is as much a testament to a lack of progression as it is a display of great design’s endless appeal.Back in 1991, this shoe was just there one day. The UK's love of the running shoe goes way, way back to the late 1970s — given the sport's lack of popularity here, the basketball shoe wasn't going to dominate, and the explosion in jogging, music-led subcultures, and the much mythologized terrace culture gave Europe as a whole an appetite for the next road running thing.
Stop and take a look at this unique new edition of the Nike Cortez Femme Pas Cher, built in premium suede and nylon with special graphics on the heels. We’re not sure what the story behind the look is, but the classic runner receives a white nylon and off-white suede upper with a green strip of foam in the midsole and then finished with Nike stop sign graphics on each heel, which apparently reference the statement found on the inside of each tongue: “The Tradition Never Stops”.
Run Like Forrest Gump With This Classic Nike Men’s Cortez Leather Running Shoe.Nike Classic Cortez Runnig Shoe Review “Run, Forrest, Run!” I am sure you all are familiar with these world famous dialogues from the movie “Forrest Gump”. When we remember these dialogues, obviously we also remember the legendary Nike Cortez Running Shoes.
They were first built in 1970’s under the expert supervision of track coach and one the famous Nike Founders “Bill Bowerman”. This Nike Classic Cortez running shoe was mainly developed to provide not just the comfort but also maximum durability. Ultimately, this running shoe not just helped the athletes to run longer and faster but it also completely revolutionized the running sport.
The Primeknit-equipped adidas NMD "R1" colorway is one of the weekend's best releases, but in just case you're still on the fence, the latest on-feet shots should help you make up your mind.
Overkill dropped off one of the best looks yet at the "R1" NMDs, and although the name is somewhat confusing — adidas lists this style as the "NMD_R1," while Overkill calls it the "NMD Runner PK" — what's certain is that these are one of the best NMD colorways yet. Decked out in a uniquely patterned Primeknit upper, these NMDs feature the same Boost midsole as previous colorways.Adidas is only looking one way at the moment, to the future and this is going to be amplified with the arrival of the [Adidas Nmd R1 Pas Cher, a sneaker which according to many, is the hottest thing to hit the sneaker circuit, ever.The NMD stands for Nomad, a name that is used to emphasize the inspiration behind the design, which is everyday living. It’s one you can carry anywhere and do anything with, without feeling like you are lugging something along.
Who is Stan Smith? If you have an Adidas shop nearby you might have seen the aged face of one Stanley Roger Smith plastered on the windows in a two-toned pop-art style. Most people wouldn’t have a clue who he is, just another old guy, or so you’d think. Once you get a chance to hear the story you’ll know just why Stan and his shoe are back.What is Adidas Up to? The Adidas Stan Smith Femme isn’t a new thing. It’s been around longer than Stan has been in the limelight. It was first called the Robert Haillet shoe after the french tennis pro, but when Stan came around Adidas rebranded the shoe with his name instead. Skaters adopted the shoe in the mid-nineties as a cheap off-the-rack shoe to shred up on the streets but the model slowly petered out until in 2012…the shoe was discontinued. After a 2 year haiatus, Adidas had a change of heart and the sleek and simple Stan Smith was back for 2014.
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