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OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Desert Ore Dropping In February

The arrival of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Desert Ore was supposed to be this month, but it has been pushed back until February instead. The new colorway of the runner mixes Desert Ore, Hyper Jade, and Bright Crimson hues, that is made of suede, textile, mesh and leather fabrics. Details like stitching throughout, large bright crimson Swooshes, followed by Off-White?s signature text on the medial side and a matching desert ore rubber sole finally complete the design.

Retailing for $160, look for the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Desert Ore at select Nike stores and online on February 7. 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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Nike React Element 55 Light Grey Metallic Gold Coming Soon

There will be colorways of the Nike React Element 55, and it’s previewed in a new Light Grey/Metallic Gold-Black color scheme. The sneaker?s textile mesh upper is coated in the neutral hue, while metallic gold leather is found along the eyelets, followed by copper ribbon branding on the heel. Hits of black are scattered throughout to contrast the style nicely, while a white React foam sole with hits of grey completes the theme.

Retailing for $130, look for this colorway of the Nike React Element 55 at select Nike stores and online soon. 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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Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy Dropping This Weekend

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The Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy is making its debut this weekend, and it’s the first iteration of the basketball sneaker for the new year. Sporting a two-tone color scheme of Midnight Navy and Gum, the model’s foamposite upper is colored in the bold hue and contrasted by a gum rubber outsole. Topping the style off are white accents on the branded areas, along the tongue and heel tabs, as well as carbon fiber on the midsole.

Retailing for $230, look for this Nike Air Foamposite One at select Nike stores and online on January 19. The KicksOnFire Shop has it in stock early. Click and bookmark our official Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy hub page now for all imagery, full release details and how to buy online. 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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The Nike Zoom LeBron 3 Home Returns Next Month

It looks like Nike will be bringing back the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 in the Home colorway. The Nike Zoom LeBron 3 Home made it’s initial debut back in 2005. The shoe comes dressed in Cavs colors consisting of a White/Black-Varsity Crimson color scheme. We must noted that unlike the 2005 pair, instead of being accented with a Varsity Red colorway, it will come dressed in a Varsity Crimson hue. Everything else remains the same. Also worth noting is that the images you see above are from the 2005 release, not the upcoming 2019 pair. Expect images of the drop to be unveiled soon.

Look for the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 Home to release on February 2nd at select Nike Basketball retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $175.

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Release Date: Undercover Gyakusou x Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo Gold Dart

Undercover and Nike are coming together once again next month to release new colorways of the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo.

The Undercover Gyakusou x Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo features a color combination of Dark Green, Pale Ivory, and Iron Grey as the upper has been constructed out of a synthetiic material. Additional details include a toggle lacing system, reflective accents throughout the shoe, Gyakusou branding on the toe, and co-branded insoles. Down below we have a Nike ZoomX cushioned sole to complete the look.

Latest reports have the Undercover Gyakusou x Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo in Gold Dart releasing on February 28th. Stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for updates.

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Release Date: Nike Air Fear Of God Shoot Around Light Bone

Already having released in the Black colorway to close out 2018, Nike and Jerry Lorenzo kick off 2019 with the release of the Nike Air Fear Of God Shoot Around in the Light Bone colorway.

In collaboration with Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God, the Nike Air Fear Of God Shoot Around harmoniously blends the worlds of basketball and lifestyle?built from the fabric of small-town dreams. Part of Lorenzo?s Fear of God collection, the Air Shoot Around is built for pregame use with a heel-zip for ease of entry, lightweight collar strap and double-stacked Zoom Air cushioning in the heel. This pair comes doused in Light Bone with Black accents hitting the Swoosh logos on the side panels.

The Nike Air Fear Of God Shoot Around Light Bone is officially scheduled to release this weekend on January 19th for $300.

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The Entire Nike Black History Month 2019 Collection Is Officially Introduced

Nike released its first Black History Month product, a limited-edition Air Force 1, in 2005. That singular effort has since evolved into a yearly collection, each celebrating African American heritage and a more inclusive world for all athletes.

This year’s BHM collection, highlighted by iconic Nike, Jordan and Converse silhouettes, was inspired by an assortment of national African patterns, brought together onto modernized prints in a theme of Afro-futurism in sport.

The Nike Black History Month 2019 Collection will include the following silhouettes:

NikeCourt Flare 2.0 BHM

Nike LeBron 16 Equality (Home and Away versions)
Nike Kyrie 5 BHM
Nike PG 3 BHM
Nike KD 11 BHM
Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 BHM
Air Jordan 2 BHM
Air Jordan 1 High Equality
Nike Air Force 1 Utility BHM
Converse Chuck 70 High Top BHM

Converse Chuck 70 High Top BHM

For Jonathan Johnsongriffin, Senior Creative Director for Nike Basketball, the design reflects how athletes today are fully embracing their backgrounds and are becoming catalysts for change in their local communities. ?In sport, there?s a movement happening where athletes are inviting others to discover the full side of who they are, through finding their voices and improving their communities,” he says. “We wanted that movement to inspire this year?s design.?

That civic-minded approach also takes shape in the following new and existing opportunities for community leaders.

Future Varsity

Beginning Jan. 18 in Atlanta, Nike will launch the Future Varsity program, which provides leadership training to 14 young African Americans who are creating positive change in their communities. The participants will be paired with mentors from within and outside of Nike to help advance their causes (their projects range from organizing charity basketball tournaments in Chicago to providing nutrition education to youth in New York City). Leadership seminars, Q&A sessions with influential African American cultural leaders, a trip to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and more are scheduled for the first weekend. During the six months of the program, the mentors will regularly counsel the participants and give practical advice on ways to grow their projects.

PeacePlayers and MENTOR

Beginning January 2017, Nike partnered with two organizations, PeacePlayers International and MENTOR, to expand opportunities for youth and their communities. Two years later, Nike has helped expand their reach across the United States by linking more communities through sport and by fostering more mentor-mentee relationships in the lives of young people.

With Nike?s help over the last two years, PeacePlayers has established programs in Brooklyn, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago and Baltimore, using basketball to bridge divides between young people. In 2018 alone, MENTOR expanded its programs in the southeastern and western U.S. with Nike?s support, piloted an initiative in three cities to further Nike employee engagement in mentoring and continues to connect adults to youth mentorship opportunities in their communities through more than 2,000 mentoring programs today across all 50 states.

?Nike?s commitment to using their platform to drive a culture of inclusion has been game-changing for MENTOR and the entire mentoring field,? says David Shapiro, CEO of MENTOR. ?The results have been record-breaking in recruiting new mentors to quality programs across the country. Simply put, many more youth today have the mentors they need because of Nike?s support.?

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Take A Look At The Nike WMNS Air VaporMax Plus Light Silver

2018 was a huge year for the Nike Air VaporMax Plus and in 2019 we can expect more of the same for the popular hybrid silhouette from Nike Sportswear.

Combining the upper from the Nike Air Max Plus with the sole unit from the Nike Air VaporMax, up above we take a look at a new women’s colorway that can be found at select retailers now. The shoe comes covered in Light Silver all throughout the neoprene construction on the upper while dark grey hits the signature wavy overlays, the nubuck heel, laces, and the heel pull. A slight contrast is added on the shank on the midsole and the Swoosh on the ankle, both which have been done in Mica Green. Down below we see a translucent VaporMax sole unit to wrap up the look. You can cop this women’s VaporMax Plus at select Nike retailers now for $190.

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Release Date: Heron Preston x Nike Air Huarache E.D.G.E.

 

Heron Preston (artist, creative director, content creator, designer and DJ.) teams up with Nike to release two collaborative versions of the Nike Air Huarache E.D.G.E.. For those that may not now, this version of the Huarache re-imagines the bootie fit with a FOAM FIT system that sits the foot directly on the foam rather than a sockliner. Preston’s version comes with unique branding cues such as the signature icons on the heel and toe box, that add to the aesthetics of the overall look of the shoe.

?I?m all about telling stories,? says Preston. ?Having worked at Nike and understanding the full breadth of product categories the brand has to offer, I wanted to be the person to take on the challenge of identifying and celebrating new stuff.?

Get a good look at both colorways of the Heron Preston x Nike Air Huarache E.D.G.E. above and look for them to debut on February 1st.

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The NBA x Nike SB Collection Will Also Include Two Pairs Of Janoskis

We just got word that the upcoming NBA x Nike SB Collection will include two different iterations of the SB Janoski paying tribute to two more NBA teams. Above you will find the NBA x Nike SB Janoski Knicks and NBA x Nike SB Janoski Slip Lakers. Both pairs of Janoskis come dressed in Black leather upper contrasted by the team colors found on areas such as the outsole, lining and tongue tag. Other details on the shoe include the White midsole, White laces (on the Knicks pair) and co-branded insoles.

Just a reminder, just like all the other pairs from the NBA x Nike SB Collection, the Black uppers on these pairs will also eventually fade away to unveil each of the franchises? team colors.

Look for both the NBA x Nike SB Janoski Knicks and NBA x Nike SB Janoski Slip Lakers to release on January 21st at select retailers and Nike.com.

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Nike Air Max 90 Mars Landing To Drop In March

Remember when Nike dropped the Nike Air Max Lunar 90 SP back in 2014? It looks like they will be following up that release 5 years later with another space themed Air Max that will go by the name of the Nike Air Max 90 Mars Landing.

The Nike Air Max 90 Mars Landing will come dressed in a Mars Stone and Magma Orange color scheme. The best part of the shoe is the upper covered in a graphic that mimics the surface of the planet Mars. The Mars-like upper comes with Metallic Silver accents on the tongues, Bright Orange laces and lining and a Black speckled midsole.

Although not yet confirmed, you can expect the Nike Air Max 90 Mars Landing to drop on Match 16th at select Nike retailers and Nike.com

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Is The Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy A Must Cop

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The Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy is dropping this weekend, and it’s the first iteration of the basketball sneaker for 2019. Sporting a two-tone color scheme of Midnight Navy and Gum, the model’s foamposite upper is colored in the bold hue and contrasted by a Gum rubber outsole. Finishing details include white accents on the branded areas, along the tongue and heel tabs, as well as carbon fiber on the midsole.

Look for this Nike Air Foamposite One at select Nike stores and online on January 19 for $230. The KicksOnFire Shop has it in stock early. Click and bookmark our official Nike Air Foamposite One Midnight Navy hub page now for all imagery, full release details and how to buy online. 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 KD 11 Just Do It

The Nike KD 11 Just Do It is the next silhouette to receive the Just Do it theme to celebrate iconic motto from the Swoosh this year. Covered in a mixture of Black, Bright Crimson, and Photo Blue, the sneaker sports a black flyknit upper that is contrasted with hits of Crimson and Blue paint in a splattered effect that also flows to throughout the midsole and heel area. Finally, a bold Nike branding on the heel, branded heel pull tabs and miniature Swooshes along the forefoot tops it off.

Retailing for $150, look for the Nike KD 11 Just Do It at select Nike stores and online on February 1. 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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What Do You Think Of The Nike Air Fear of God 180 Light Bone

The success of Jerry Lorenzo’s Nike Air Fear of God 1 will be continued with the Nike Air Fear of God 180, another silhouette from the designer’s collaborative collection with the Swoosh in 2019. The silhouette sports a moccasin-like style and detailed with criss-cross straps across its mid-foot that extends onto the heel and tucks away the laces. Previewed in Light Bone, the model is finished off with contrasting black Swooshes on the sides, Fear of God branding on the insole and matching midsole that features a double-stacked Zoom Air unit in the heel.

Look for the Nike Air Fear of God 180 Light Bone at select Nike stores and online soon. 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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Get Ready For The Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vintage Pacific Blue

The Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vintage is back in a colorway of Pacific Blue/White-Sail for the new year. Covered in the clean hue for its leather upper, the base is detailed with sail suede overlays on the toe box and along the forefoot, while the highlighting Pacific Blue are seen on the leather Swooshes across its sides, branded heel tabs and insoles. Finally, Nike Air tongue tags and a sail rubber sole tops off the design.

Look for the Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vintage Pacific Blue at select Nike stores and online on January 19 for $100. 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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