Nike is revamping there Lunar Orbit line with the introduction of the Orbit II SP. The crazy looking kicks feature a raised geometric pattern on the upper and a Free 5.0 sole. A zipper concealed on the side of the shoes allows for easy removal. On a side note, they were designed by Nathan VanHook - the man responsible for designing the Air Yeezy 2. If you think you can pull them off they will be available at Foot Patrol starting April 24th for around $280.
Retailers have started receiving their shipments of the Air Max 1 FB Premium QS Mercurial Pack. Sneaker Politics is set to start releasing theirs on 4/17. Get full release info and pricing over on their website.
Thanks to Dazed, we now have a preview of the entire Nike X Pigalle capsule collection which comes right on the heels of Nike’s collaboration with Ricardo Tisci. The collection includes two matching jersey and shorts sets, two pairs of Air Force 1s, T-shirts, basketballs, and accessories. As you can see, the AF1′s have an aged look which was achieved by adding paint and rubbing it off, according to Pigalle’s designer Stephane Ashpool. Check out the entire collection below and head over to Dazed to read the entire article.
Sneaker Politics just received stock of this new Air Max Light Essential Pack. The pack features 3 new colorways in the Air Max Light silhouette. If you need to step your Air Max game up, these are the model to go with. The Air Max Light Essential is only $100, and you can get ‘em here.
Here’s a couple new colorways in the Flyknit Racer model that will release this Summer. The Flyknit Racer is definitely one of the harder models in the Flyknit family to get your hands on, but they’re definitely worth the money & trouble. Look for these to release in the next month or so.
Later today, Nike will be releasing this pair of Free Trainer 5.0′s dedicated to Jerry Rice. The insole showcases Jerry’s time in the NFL, and all the accomplishments he had. Retail price is $110. Look for them to release on Nike.com.
This release was a huge shock to me. I knew people were really hyped about it, but I did not expect one in-store release to be completely cancelled & another one as busy as this. The Supreme store in NYC was not able to do an in-store release because the streets were so flooded with people, so many people that the “riot control” team was brought in. The LA store on the other hand was still able to do their in-store, here’s a look at what it was like.