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The Nike EXP-X14 Is Added To The Just Do It Collection
A whole lot of Just Do It iterations of Nike models will be dropping this Summer. Today we just got word that the Nike EXP-X14 has been added to the list.
The Nike EXP-X14 Just Do It Pack will feature White and Black iterations of the new Nike model. For those of you not too familar with the new model, click/tap here. Highlights of the design include the Orange accents and Nike?s ?Just Do It? slogan placed on the stripe next to the ankle area. Other details include the use of Flywire, Swoosh branding on the ankle, a translucent upper, Nike React technology on the midsole and a Black rubber outsole.
The Nike EXP-X14 Just Do It Pack is expected to drop in the very neat future. Stay tuned as more info begins to surface.
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A Possible First Look At The Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe
Way back in March we provided you with a mock-up of what some of us believed the Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe would end up looking like. Today we get a first look at a sneaker that’s very similar to that very same mock-up.
The supposed Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe comes dressed in a Black and Deep Red color scheme, which is the color scheme the collab is set to release in. Not familiar with this Air Max model? That?s because it?s an Air Max that made its official debut back in 1999 and hasn?t gotten much limelight ever since.
As soon as we get confirmation that the shoe above is in-fact the Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe, we will be sure to let you know. Stay tuned. Look for them to drop next month for $180.
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Look For The Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka Flyknit To Drop Soon
Flkyknit is one of Nike’s most revolutionary and impact creations ever which is why it is no surprise to see it land on so many different silhouettes. The latest sneaker to get the Flyknit treatment is the Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka.
Seen above in two different colorways, the all-new Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka Flyknit comes constructed out of a new breathable Flyknit material all throughout the upper with leather detailing on the mudguard that also wraps around the heel, the signature woven detailing on the side panels and heel, a new bungee lacing system, and an elastic type ankle. The two color options above include Black/White and Golden Beige/White.
What are your thoughts on the Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka Flyknit? Look for the shoe to release later this Summer.
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Release Date: Nike Epic React Flyknit True White
Although this colorway of the shoe is dubbed the Nike Epic React Flyknit True White, there’s more than just White hues placed on the design of this shoes.
The Nike Epic React Flyknit True White comes dressed in an official colorway listed as True White, Black, Pure Platinum, Bright Crimson and Volt color scheme. Yes, the Flyknit upper comes in White, but it is paired alongside a Bright Crimson React sole, Volt around the heel and Black detailing on areas such as the eyestay, heel counter and Swoosh. White kicks and bold pops work great in the Summer time, and this one is no exception.
Look for the Nike Epic React Flyknit True White to drop on July 5th for $150.
This Nike Air Max 97 Comes With Lots Of Discreet Branding On The Mudguard
From afar, this Nike Air Max 97 appears to come with your traditional two-toned finish. A Black leather and mesh upper with University Red accents, right? It’s only when you take a closer look at the upper that you will find that the shoe comes with repeated tonal ?NIKE? logos on its overlay above the midsole. Although the subtle branding does not create a drastic change on the overall appearance of the shoe, it’s still a dope new feature we’re not used to seeing on this model. Fans of the Black and Red motif can now pick up this pair at atmos. Stay tuned for a confirmed release date. MSRP is $160.
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