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Nike delivers a “Bleached Lilac” iteration of the Air Huarache Ultra, the latest in a string of women’s-only releases. The colorway appears atop a one-piece woven upper, which includes internal Flywire technology for extra support. Violet accent colors shroud a portion of the outsole, as well as the rear heel strap.Over the past few seasons Nike has made a habit of releasing lightweight versions of much-adored silhouettes. The nike air huarache mujer baratas was one of the more recent of its sneakers to receive the “Ultra” treatment and is now available in a crisp all-white colorway.Essentially a stripped-down version of the Huarache with added breathability, the sneaker features a white mesh upper, accented by synthetic overlays on the sidewalls. The iconic Huarache sole remains untouched and the only color to be found on the silhouette is an orange liner on the inside.
In case you missed it, the ‘Anniversary’ edition of the OG white, red and grey zapatillas nike air max 2017 mujer returned to stores over the weekend in heavily refined form – and it sold out instantly. Its ’87 brethren, the white, blue and grey AM1, is following close behind and you’ll need to be just as quick if you want to get your hands on this grandaddy of Air. If you want to get in early, Overkill will be dropping their pairs on March 9 – two days ahead of the official release date. Pairs will be dropping in-store through the German boutique, with any remaining pairs to be released through their online store.Nike’s Air Max 1 2017 ‘Anniversary Blue’ is the real deal. It’s a certified retro heater, with period correct detailing and a refined silhouette to please even the most discerning Air-head. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Max dons its birthday suit, bringing back the original ‘Game Royal’ colourway from 1987. It’s not clear whether there will be a wide release or not, but either way it’s worth getting in early – just in case.
The zapatillas nike flyknit air max argentina is a bold beast – its mix of a full Air Max sole paired with brightly coloured Flyknit upper is not for the sartorially shy. The latest women’s colourways continue the sneaker’s burgeoning legacy of throwing aesthetic caution to the wind. What we get here are a trio of fresh colourways traversing a gamut of possible combos including; ‘Jade’/’Hyper Violet’, ‘Blue Glow’/‘Pink Blast’ and a black/white ‘Oreo’ variation. Anchoring the colour barrage, each shoe is finished with black lining, pull-tabs and laces.The only chlorine we’ve come across has left our eyes stinging and as red as they were after we went through the ‘creative process’ behind the Kush Whacker. This ‘Chlorine’, however, is as easy on the eyes as a mid-shift Clear Eyes treatment. The wavy colour is mixed in with turquoise hits, and given it’s sitting above a juicy bubble,Nike’s Air Max and Flyknit technologies splice together twice nice here, and ain’t it a thing of beauty?! Now that they’ve officially begun to rollout, we’re looking forward to seeing a gaggle of crazy colourways blessing feet on the streets. This particular pair features a vivid blue upper with an atomic orange fading through gym red on the bursting sole unit.
With the return of the Hornets less than a week away, we’ll start to see the celebrated teal and purple colours applied more often to sneakers as we gear up for the NBA season. Unfortunately for the guys, these new nike free rn flyknit argentina will only be available in women’s sizes, but hopefully there will be a similar release for men in the not-too-distant future.Woah! Nike are pulling out out some serious punches with Innovation 2016. The self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 is the obvious star of the show – it’s a self-lacing shoe for crying out loud! – but there’s some some serious technical advancement going down in all camps over at Beaverton. For the ‘barefoot’ runners out there, the Swoosh have stepped up their game and heavily overhauled Nike Free with the Free RN Motion Flyknit. The new sole unit makes allowance for the natural expansion and contraction of the foot with each stride by introducing a two-plane auxetic midsole. The new tri-star outsole is able to splay with each step, to provide a truly unhindered running experience. Interestingly, the sole unit is created with dual-injection technology that uses heat, not glue, to bond the IU and IP foam components, which is said to deliver the most cushioning yet for the Nike Free line. Naturally, Flyknit is utilised for the upper, but this time around it has been stretched right under the foot. The Swoosh is back!