Ahead of the 2019 NBA All-Star Game, LeBron James has revealed a new “Carmel Chocolate Sundae” PE colorway of the nike outlet. Although the affectionate nickname apparently given to the shoes by the King himself conjures images of sweet treats, it belies the design somewhat as the shoes feature a tiger camo-style pattern. A mixture of abstract-shaped black and white tones make up the base — and interesting accents are offered by textured brown hits that provide a material contrast and provide the “caramel” part of the nickname. Bold Swooshes and a straightforward white midsole then complete the look.
The symbiotic relationship between Nike Sportswear and legendary Tokyo-based boutique atmos has spawned some of the most iconic footwear collaborations ever. All the way back in 2003, atmos combined two classic Tinker Hatfield creations by imparting the design ethos and materials of the Air Safari onto the Air Max 1. 15 years later in 2018, the Swoosh Brand returned the homage by dressing the Safari in a colorway inspired by atmos’s “Safari” Air Max 1 — creating an interesting homage cycle of sorts. Now, the roots of inspiration are set to go a little bit deeper: Nike has taken the Atmos-colored nike shoes sale — the likes of which you’d see on the original Air Max 1 colorway — for a flash of alternate flair.
The confusing nomenclature of Nike Flyknit sneakers continues with this pair of the nike air max mens. Mind you this model isn’t quite the same as the Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+, the build here is a bit closer to the one that we’ve seen on various HTM silhouettes since the category’s debut back in 2012. Pairs like these have been rather elusive in the states too, and we can only assume that time is ticking on the shoe given that its cousin, the aforementioned Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+, is being phased out in favor of a sequel.
Last week we previewed the Beautiful X Powerful Premium Leather Collection featuring Triple Black takes on the same four Nike running silhouettes. Now the Nike Air Huarache Utility, nike free womens sale, Nike Cortez, and Nike Air Presto are all returning in new Jacquard woven uppers with a vibrant array of fuchsia flash, pink, infrared, and purple inspired by the different running lanes on a track. Premium touches of black leather arrive throughout while gum bottoms add a lifestyle finish perfect for any occasion.
Nike Sportswear’s retro-influenced nike free rn flyknit is back in a brand new Blue Gradient look. The shoe manages to parallel the women-exclusive Air Max Thea, as the visible air unit is championed on a minimal outsole. The fuse panels closely resembles those found on the Air Max 1, and here a teal eventually leads way to a royal blue by the toebox. What do you think?