Nike Sportswear is gearing up for some big releases over the next couple of months. A lot of silhouettes with slight updates in technology and features. Look for these to start hitting retailers over the next week or so.
Here’s quite the preview into what Nike Sportswear is cooking up for this year’s fall season. There’s a ton of dope colorways, and new models, so it’s pretty awesome to get this good of a preview. Expect everything to start releasing towards the end of September, start of October.
In preparatin for Summer, Nike Sportswear is releasing their latest Air Max Engineered Mesh pack. The pack consists of the Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air Max 95 and Air Max 97, all of which feature a a gradient orange to yellow colorway that has been dubbed “Sunset.” These should be available at select Nike Sports retailers soon.
German sneaker boutique Afew has teamed up with Nike Sportswear to create the Afew-Legends Bag which pays homage to some of Nike Sportswear’s most iconic shoes. The tote bag features silhouettes like the Air Max 1, Icarus Extra, Air Base II and the Air Force 1, all of which are legendary in their own right.
These are without a doubt the dopest pair of LeBron’s that I’ve ever seen. They’re made out of cork to represent the cork of a champagne bottle, obviously because they were poppin’ bottles when they won the NBA Championship. These should be launching in December in very limited quantities. Remember folks, I’m size 10.5.
We featured these kicks in our Weekly Sneaker Recap but I felt they deserved some individual attention. I’ve always been a big fan of Nike’s woven sneakers and these definitely came out clean. They have a primarily black woven upper with a some leather accents. Other features include a Grey/Black splatter sole. No word on an official release date yet.
Layupshot.com recently hooked up with Nike Sportswear to make a pair of Bespoke Air Force one’s dedicated to Paul Pierce. I’m not too familiar with that website but they designed some dope shoes. The white/green AF1’s feature a premium leather upper, baseball stitching, and a cork sole. Paul’s number, 34, is stitched on the side of the shoes and the heel tabs read “PP” on one shoe and “7/21M” on the other. Unfortunately these are a 1-of-1.
I’m really feeling pretty much every piece in this new collection from Nike Sportswear. Fall & Winter seasons bring on my favorite style of clothing, so I’m pretty pumped for it to start cooling down.