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Official Images: Nike Kyrie 5 Just Do It

The Nike Kyrie 5 ?Just Do It? is introduced in its official images, ahead of its official release date next week. Sporting a mesh and synthetic upper colored mostly in black, the highlight consists of the Swoosh?s slogan across the medial side in pink letters with ?Just? on the left shoe, and ?Do It? on the right in blue, pink and yellow hues. More pink is added on the midsole and behind the tongues, while blue lining and a lighter blue shade is added on the outsole with more multicolor hits to top it off.

Retailing for $130, look for the Nike Kyrie 5 Just Do It at select Nike stores and online on January 25. 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 Grey Metallic Silver Arriving Overseas Tomorrow

The Nike React Element 55 is releasing in a new grey/metallic silver theme with a grid pattern next. Covered in a textile finish featuring the neutral hue with white grid accents, the sneaker is detailed with lighter grey hues of leather and suede found along the eyelets and heel area, while metallic silver Swooshes are on the sides. Pops of orange throughout highlight the style, followed by a clean React foam sole with grey accents on the outsole tops it off.

Retailing for $130, look for this colorway of the Nike React Element 55 at select Nike stores overseas on January 17. A stateside release is coming 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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Look Out For The Nike Air Huarache Gripp Light Orewood Brown

Said to be releasing this Spring season, here is an official look at the Nike Air Huarache Gripp Light Orewood Brown.

The new version of the classic Huarache made its debut last year. The shoe is highlighted with an extended inner bootie that covers the ankle, a detachable shroud to help protect your feet from the elements, and an outer bootie that can be zipped on and off. However, this new pair/version removes the shroud altogether and keeps everything else intact.  This pair comes dressed in a Light Orewood Brown, Black, Volt, and Sail color scheme. Additional features on the shoe include the zippered tongue, elastic strap, and a heel clip with bold ?GRIPP? branding.

Look for Nike to drop the Nike Air Huarache Gripp Light Orewood Brown sometime this Spring season for the retail price of $140.

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An On-Feet Look At The Nike Zoom 2K In White And Black

Aside from the Deep Royal Blue colorway, Nike also released the Nike Zoom 2K in this clean White and Black offering. Although the shoe looks like it came straight out of a 90s catalogue, this shoe is actually a brand new Nike model that is inspired by the look of the late ?90s, specifically the shoes featured in the Nike Alpha Project. The Nike Zoom 2K combines heritage style and the modern comfort of Zoom Air cushioning. The upper consists of mixed materials accompanied by the rubber wings that wrap up from the outsole on either side to create a striking visual that is both retro and futuristic. A clean White and Black color scheme take care of this pair, making it a very versatile addition to your collection. Out now, pick these up from select retailers such as Xtreme and Nike.com.

images: Xtreme

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This Nike Air Force 1 Low Comes With Extra Branding On The Upper

New year, new look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low, at least this pair. Done in a Wolf Grey/Habanero Red-Game Royal color scheme, this new iteration of the model starts off with a Grey leather upper offset by the Red hits on the Swoosh branding and the Blue accents on the outsole, tongue and insole branding and heel tab. Wha makes this pair different from other AF1 Lows is the new branding found on the ribbon strip right above the midsole as well as the multiple Nike/AF1 logos found on the heels. You feeling this pair? Look for Nike to drop them in the very near future.

 

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Release Date: Nike WMNS Air VaporMax 2019 Mineral Spruce

We are two weeks into 2019 and more colorways of the all-new Nike Air VaporMax 2019 continue to surface with one of the latest offerings being this Mineral Spruce pair for women.

The Nike Air VaporMax 2019 is highlighted by its translucent TPE upper which in this case has been done in a couple of different shades of grey. Silver Swooshes on the side panels, white branding on the tongue, and black VaporMax text  on the heels take care of all the branding while the shoe sits atop an iridescent VaporMax sole unit.

This women’s colorway of the Nike Air VaporMax 2019 is scheduled to release on January 24th for a price tag of $190. Cop or pass ladies?

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Perforated Leather Hits The Nike Air Huarache E.D.G.E. TXT

The all-new Nike Air Huarache E.D.G.E. is already getting a makeover early on in its life span as Nike has decided to play around with the materials used on the shoe. This new black and white colorway that we see above has been hit with leather on a good portion of the upper with perforations hitting the toe area. The comfy construction then continues with a black neoprene bootie with white contrast landing on the tongue and heel branding as well as on the midsole. Be on the lookout for this new colorway of the latest modified Huarache to hit retailers in the near future for $110.

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Release Date For Both OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Colorways Has Been Pushed Back

Rumored to be releasing on January 17th, we’ve now learned that both the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Black and OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Desert Ore are not slated to drop next month.

These two OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 releases come in your choice of either Black or Desert Ore. Features on the shoes include the a suede and mesh upper with the signature Off-White details like stitched Swooshes, mini orange tabs on the Swoosh, Nike Air tongue tab moved to the corner, and OFF-White text on the inner lateral section. Finally, light blue zip ties and a matching rubber sole completes the style.

Look for both pairs of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 to drop on February 7th at select Nike Sportswear for the retail price of $160.

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First Look At The Nike Air Max 97 Wild West

Last week we gave you a look at a crazy Air Max 95 colorway dubbed the Nike Air Max 95 Wild West. Today we find out that there will be more silhouettes added to the Nike Wild West Collection with the latest being the Nike Air Max 97.

Just like the Air Max 95, this busy colorway of the Nike Air Max 97 features an array of colors, textures, and materials on the upper that include Parachute Beige, University Red, Thunderstorm, Lite Armory Blue, and Sail. The materials/textures seen on the shoe vary from washed Blue denim on the upper and midfoot, red paisley print on the stripes, and a wheat suede all throughout the mudguard. Reflective detailing on the tongues wrap things up.

Early reports have the Nike Air Max 97 Wild West releasing on February 2nd. Stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for official images.

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Coming Soon: Nike Air Max 95 Have A Nike Day

Joining Nike’s upcoming “Have A Nike Day” Collection is the beloved Nike Air Max 95. Seen above via official images, the Nike Air Max 95 Have A Nike Day comes in dark and light shades of blue and comes constructed out of suede and textile materials all throughout the upper. Highlights include a smiley face on the tongue that replaces the mouth with a Swoosh logo, special “Have A Nike Day” insoles, white midsoles with grey Air Max units, an icy blue translucent outsole.

No release date yet, but take in the official images and look for a release some time in the Spring in honor of Air Max Day.

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Look For The Nike Air Fear Of God 180 To Release In Light Bone And Black

As you may already know, Jerry Lorenzo and Nike plan to drop some more heat in 2019. Another brand new silhouette will debut in the near future with the arrival of the Nike Air Fear Of God 180.

The new silhouette from Nike and Jerry Lorenzo is highlighted by two criss-cross straps that start off on the ankle and go down to the midfoot. The shoe features an all-leather upper in two color choices of Light Bone and Black along with black Swoosh logos on the side panels. A unique lacing system, Fear of God branding on the midsole, and a double-stacked Zoom Air unit round out the smaller details.

We still don’t know when to expect a release, but stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for updates.

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Available Now: Nike Zoom 2K Deep Royal Blue

A new colorway of the Nike Zoom 2K recently dropped. What was initially thought to be a women’s-exclusive silhouette, we’ve not come to find out that this new 90’s inspired model is also releasing in colorways/sizes for the men.

This new colorway of the Nike Zoom 2K comes dressed in a Deep Royal, Blue, White and Orange Peel color scheme.  Got any Rams fans in the house? As mentioned above, this new Nike model is inspired by the look of the late ’90s, specifically the shoes featured in the Nike Alpha Project. The Nike Zoom 2K combines heritage style and the modern comfort of Zoom Air cushioning. The upper consists of mixed materials accompanied by the rubber wings that wrap up from the outsole on either side to create a striking visual that is both retro and futuristic.

Get a good look at the Nike Zoom 2K Deep Royal Blue above and find them at select retailers such as SneakAvenue for $85.

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Take A Look At The Nike Air Max Plus Have A Nike Day

Nike has yet to officially unveil their Have A Nike Day Collection, but it looks like we can add yet another sneaker to the forthcoming pack. The latest addition comes with this sleek color option of the Nike Air Max Plus.

This Nike Air Max Plus starts off with a black mesh construction all throughout the upper and is then hit with iridescent detailing all throughout the signature wavy overlays. Additional iridescent accents are added on the midsole and inside the Air Max unit along with black nubuck on the mudguard and heel. As the cherry on top we see “Have A Nike Day” branding on the tongue of both of shoes.

An exact release date is not known yet, but this women’s Nike Air Max Plus is expected to release some time around Air Max Day (March 26th).

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Everything You Need To Know About The Nike Adapt BB

The future of basketball sneakers has arrived. Earlier today Nike Basketball unveiled their first-ever auto-lacing basketball shoe, the Nike Adapt BB.

The Nike Adapt BB is designed to give you a customized, consistent fit as it adapts to your foot to provide a locked-in feel for distraction-free play. The Nike Adapt BB can be paired up with the Nike Adapt app to fine-tune the fit and customize the features from your smartphone.

?We picked basketball as the first sport for Nike Adapt intentionally because of the demands that athletes put on their shoes,? says Eric Avar, Nike VP Creative Director of Innovation. ?During a normal basketball game the athlete?s foot changes and the ability to quickly change your fit by loosening your shoe to increase blood flow and then tighten again for performance is a key element that we believe will improve the athlete?s experience.?

How The Shoe Works

When a player steps into the Nike Adapt BB, a custom motor and gear train senses the tension needed by the foot and adjusts accordingly to keep the foot snug. The tensile strength of the underfoot lacing is able to pull 32 pounds of force (roughly equal to that of a standard parachute cord) to secure the foot throughout a range of movement.

That?s where the brain, or FitAdapt tech, kicks in. By manual touch or by using the Nike Adapt app on a smartphone, players can input different fit settings depending on different moments of a game. For example, during a timeout, a player can loosen the shoe before tightening it up as they re-enter the game. In a forthcoming feature, they can even prescribe a different tightness setting for warm-ups. Plus, players can opt in to firmware updates for the FitAdapt technology as they become available, sharpening the precision of fit for players and providing new digital services over time.

How It Was Tested

Similar to the HyperAdapt 1.0, the Nike Adapt BB was put through a gauntlet of tests, including impact tests, intense temperatures, end-of-life tests that lasted tens of thousands of cycles long, waterproof tests to simulate the sweatiest feet and more.

Here?s how Nike researchers put a typical Adapt BB through its paces to make it the most tested shoe in Nike?s history:

Jayson Tatum on wearing the Nike Adapt BB:

?Being one of the first athletes to wear the shoe and being picked as a representative of the future of Nike basketball means a lot. That the app allows the ability to put the shoe on and touch the button, change the colors, see the percentage on the battery?it?s just cool.?

Where It?s Headed

Nike Adapt BB is the first continually updated performance product from Nike due to the near-symbiotic relationship between the shoe?s digital app and the shoe?s opt-in firmware updates. As the FitAdapt system hones the quality of fit in basketball, the next step will be to bring FitAdapt to other sports and lifestyle products, each with unique demands for fit in different environments.

 

Look for the Nike Adapt BB to release on February 17th at select Nike Basketball retailers and Nike SNKRS for the retail price of $350.

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Are You Copping The Nike React Element 87 Light Orewood

The Nike React Element 87 Light Orewood Brown is the next iteration of the popular silhouette to kick off the new year. The sneaker’s highlight element with the translucent upper reveals the Light Orewood theme, while suede accents for its eyelets is colored in cool grey. More grey is applied on the heel, along with pops of orange, with more orange used for the Swooshes and branded areas. Finally, a white React foam cushioned sole and hits of volt across completes the style.

Retailing for $160, look for the Nike React Element 87 Light Orewood Brown at select Nike stores and online on January 29. 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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