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Thunder Grey Covers This Nike Air Max 1

You don’t always have to rock a limited or collaborative colorway of a classic silhouette to stunt. Nike keeps things simple with this new colorway of the Air Max 1 that we see above which comes covered in Thunder Grey all throughout the upper which has been constructed out of mesh, leather and suede for that timeless look. Commanding your attention is the use of Total Orange on the Swoosh checks while tonal branding appears on the tongue and heel. Finishing details include a white midsole with the air unit on the heel and a gum rubber outsole. Be on the lookout for this Nike Air Max 1 in Thunder Grey and Total Orange to drop at retailers this Fall.

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New Colorways Of The Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility Are Here

The Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility is Nike’s latest hybrid VaporMax silhouette which is perfect and was created specifically for the Fall/Winter seasons. Up above we bring you a look at three new colorways that are rolling into select retailers at this very moment.

Coming in three choices of Black/Orange, Olive/Black, and an ACG-inspired pair with Tan, Grey and Maroon, each of these pairs of the Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility comes equipped with a water-repellent upper that is made out of a combination of neoprene and Flyknit for a comfortable and snug fit. Exposed Flywire on the side panels, unique branding on the heels, and a VaporMax sole unit wrap things up.

Look for all three of these color options of the Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility at select Nike stockists this Fall for $190 each.

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Coming Soon: Nike WMNS Air Max Plus Black Metallic Gold

Black & Gold is almost always an appealing combination and now we get to see it utilized on the Nike Air Max Plus. Already previewed in white & gold, this colorway of the Air Max Plus takes on a black neoprene construction on the upper with the signature wavy overlays taking on an iridescent look on this pair. Metallic Gold is then seen on the mudguard and heel tab for an added touch of flair.

This women’s colorway of the Nike Air Max Plus does not have an exact release date yet but look for it to arrive at select Nike retailers in the near future.

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The John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon Surfaces In Black

After releasing the John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon in White & Black this past Summer, Elliott himself has now given us a look at a brand new colorway as part of his Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook.

This John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon takes on an all-black upper with the same translucent upper that we saw on the White/Black pair. At the moment there are no early signs of a potential release date, but that should change as we enter 2019. Make sure you keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates. Are you a fan of the John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon?

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Check Out The Womens Nike Outburst SE Floral

Nike just dropped a new colorway of the Nike Outburst SE. This time around the ’90s classic opts for a bold motif as it comes covered in a floral pattern done in a Sequoia, White, and Volt Glow color scheme. Other features on the shoe include the Black Nike Swoosh logos on the sides, Volt laces, Sequoia inner liner, White midsole and Black rubber outsole. Out now, find the Nike Outburst SE Floral in women?s sizing at select retailers such as 43einhalb for about $100. Ladies, will you be adding these loud kicks to your rotation?

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This All-Black Nike Air Max 95 Is Hit With Pops Of Yellow

Nike is keeping things simple but clean with this new colorway of the Air Max 95. Engulfed in black all throughout the upper, this Air Max 95 has been constructed out of a synthetic leather and mesh for a classic look with a subtle texture/print on the side panels and heel. The perfect contrast has been added on the branding that appears on the tongue, heel, and ankle with touches of Amarillo Yellow. The rest of the shoe is then done in black including the laces, tongue, inner liner, and the entire sole unit.

Fans of the Nike Air Max 95 can grab this colorway at select Nike Sportswear retailers now for $170.

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Vince Carter To Wear Nike Shox BB4 For Rest Of Season

Could this be Vince Carter’s last year in the NBA? If so, he’s going out in style by wearing the Nike Shox BB4 for the rest of the NBA season. For those that don’t know, Carter debuted the Nike Shox BB4 while taking part in summer play in Sydney. All eyes were put on Vince Carter and the Nike Shox BB4 when Carter jumped OVER the opposing team’s sever-foot center and delivered one of the most insane facials in the history of basketball.

Although Carter can no longer get up like he once used to, he’s taking it back to his heyday by lacing up the Nike Shox BB4 for the rest of the season.

?The success of the dunk started the legend of the shoes. But I myself went to another level with them, too. I became a star player in the BB4,? Carter says.

?Getting the opportunity to debut a new technology was a no-brainer to me. It made sense with how I played,? says Carter.

How many of you bought a pair of the Nike Shox BB4 because of VC? If Nike brings back the Nike Shox BB4, would you cop?

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LeBron James Brought Out This One-Off Nike LeBron 15 x Air Jordan 5 PE Last Night

Just when you thought you’ve seen the last of the LeBron 15, LeBron James goes ahead and hits us with a Nike LeBron 15 x Air Jordan 5 PE. Worn by LeBron before last night’s nail-biter against the Atlanta Hawks, this PE version of the LeBron 15 is said to be a 1-of-1 pair inspired by the Air Jordan 5 Black Metallic. This is done by giving the shoe a Black Battleknit upper and giving it Air Jordan 5 inspired details such as the White ?23? embroidered on the sides, the branded Dunkman logos on the tongue, the lace locks, Nike Air on the heels, the Jordan 5 signature shark teeth on the midsole and the icy translucent outsole.

The Nike LeBron 15 x Air Jordan 5 PE is not expected to release, but if it did, would you cop?

 

 

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Release Date: Nike Air Fear Of God 1

The Nike Air Fear Of God 1 along with the entire Fear of God x Nike collection finally has a release date. Set to drop next month, here’s an official look of what’s to come.

Nike?s first collaborative project with Fear of God founder and creative director Jerry Lorenzo is highlighted by an court-ready basketball shoe, the Nike Air Fear of God 1. During the last few weeks, glimpses of the design ? which incorporates a double-height Zoom Air heel unit ? came through a preview of Lorenzo?s latest Fear of God offering and then appeared on the feet of NBA stars. The rollout is tactical, all part of Lorenzo?s desire to focus on the emotional element of sport.

 

?It is a shoe that should only be judged by the emotion it gives the kid when he first sees it ? however it makes him feel. We live in a day and age when images are leaked left and right, and products are leaked without consideration and emotional attachments. I?m aiming to give a visceral experience whether the kid sees it first on Ben Simmons coming into the arena or worn by his favorite athletes on court.?

Lorenzo wants to tap into a certain element of nostalgia. Not so much about what was worn, but how it was worn. He wants to awaken a spirit he deems dormant, to remind of the power sport once had in defining style.

?In my youth?growing up in the ?80s and finishing high school in the ?90s, contrary to what’s happening now, it was our superstar athletes and our pro athletes that were informing the way that we wore our street clothes,? he says. ?These athletes, like Agassi and Jordan, were at the top of their game and what they wore didn?t compromise on design or beauty.?

Check out the Fear of God x Nike collection lookbook above and look for it to release on December 15 from select retailers and Nike?s webstore.

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Coming Soon: Nike SB Blazer Low Obsidian

Is Nike SB relevant once more? If so, you may not want to sleep on the Nike SB Blazer Low. That said, Nike will soon be dropping a new colorway of the Nike SB Blazer Low. This time around the Swoosh covers up the SB Blazer in a tonal Obsidian from top to bottom. The shoe consists of an Obsidian leather upper with features such as the perforated hits and Off-White heel tabs. More Obsidian hits can be found on the laces, lining and rubber soles. Looking for something low-key and versatile? This is it. Available soon, pick up the Nike SB Blazer Low Obsidian from select retailers and Nike.com for $75.

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Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon 2 White Black Coming Soon

The Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon 2 is one of the upcoming silhouettes releasing from Jerry Lorenzo’s partnership with the Swoosh. Officially colored in White, Black, Light Bone, and Sail, the retro runner features a mixture of mesh, leather and suede for its upper, all covered in white. The highlight is seen on the tongue area with a toggle lacing system feature “Air Fear of God” printed on the insoles, while contrasting black Swooshes and a white rubber sole completes the style.

Retailing for $140, look for the Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon 2 White at select Nike stores and online in December. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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Release Date: Nike Air Max 270 Doernbecher (Aiden Barber)

One of the six styles from the Nike Doernbecher 2018 collection is the Nike Air Max 270 Doernbecher designed by 9-year-old Aiden Barber. Aiden was diagnosed with a brain vascular malformation and after undergoing surgery, Aiden continues to recover and use his Air Max 270 design to honor his family and his personal motto, Always Believe. The runner takes on a camouflage design graphic featuring an image of his brain with small titanium plates now implanted in his skull on the insoles. Other details include his initials AB on the shoes, which are also the initials of his big sister Abigail, who is one year older. Finally, a black midsole and faded metallic gold hue is applied on the Air Max 270 bag.

Look for the Nike Air Max 270 Doernbecher (Aiden Barber) at select Nike stores and online on December 14. Your purchase will benefit children?s health and well-being at Doernbecher Children?s Hospital. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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Release Date: Nike WMNS Air Max 97 Doernbecher (Kirsten Brown)

The Nike WMNS Air Max 97 Doernbecher is one of six styles from Nike’s annual Doernbecher collection, and it’s designed by 16-year-old Kirsten Brown. Kirsten underwent a heart transplant and describes herself as a survivor through a bold SRVVR graphic on the upper of the silhouette. Featuring a black and purple color scheme (her favorite color) with teal accents, the outsole of one shoe sports a green ribbon symbolizing heart transplant awareness, and on the other is a red ribbon representing stroke awareness. Finishing details include “Survivor” branding on the heel tabs, a white midsole and black rubber outsole.

Retailing for $170, look for the Nike WMNS Air Max 97 Doernbecher (Kirsten Brown) at select Nike stores and online on December 14. A purchase will benefit children?s health and well-being at Doernbecher Children?s Hospital. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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Release Date: Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Doernbecher (Chloe Swientek)

Nike’s annual Doernbecher collection designed by six young patients of the OHSU Doernbecher Children?s Hospital in Oregon has been unveiled and this Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Doernbecher designed by 10-year-old Chloe Swientek is one of them. Chloe is diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, but that doesn’t stop her from enjoying the things she loves, and it’s featured on the silhouette. Colored in a mixture of blues and purple, her basketball jersey number is seen on the toebox, and the Swoosh features the word breathe, the genetic mutations that cause Chloe?s CF appear on the tongue. Other details include a pair of lungs graphics on the sockliner, a tribute to her mom and dad on the tongue tabs, and replicated on the outsole is Chloe?s port, an implanted device that allows Chloe to receive her medications.

Retailing for $90, look for the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Doernbecher (Chloe Swientek) at select Nike stores and online on December 14. A purchase will benefit children?s health and well-being at Doernbecher Children?s Hospital. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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Release Date: Nike Moon Racer Black Racer Blue

The Nike Moon Racer is introduced this fall, and inspired by the classic 1972 Nike Moon shoe. Designed with a more modern style, this iteration features an official colorway of Black/White-Racer Blue. The sneaker’s upper is covered entirely in black with neoprene, suede and leather accents, followed by contrasting white stitching on the Swooshes. The highlighting racer blue hue is applied on the Nike React midsole which also features speckled detailing. Completing the design are moon graphic insoles and a matching black rubber outsole.

Retailing for $150, look for the Nike Moon Racer Black Racer Blue at select Nike stores and online on November 17. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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