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The Nike Air Huarache isn’t slowing down for 2015

Started by ypmsio, 2015/03/19 03:20AM
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The Nike Air Huarache isn’t slowing down for 2015
#1   2015/03/19 03:20AM
The Nike Roshe Run NZ isn’t slowing down for 2015, as a number of brand new colorways have starting popping up for Spring 2015. The model was the retro of choice in 2014 and was one of our favorite silhouettes. It isn’t that difficult to see why, but this pair here is one of the more curious colorways yet. The neon green was seen on a couple of OG Huaraches, but when grouped with a Sail outsole for a vintage like effect, the duo makes a strange pairing. Throw in a grey base and an even more ventilated mesh toebox and this is one of the more curious Nike Huaraches to date. Stay tuned for more Huarache updates right here on Sneaker News.

Taking to the Nike Roshe Run NZ Sale yet again, Brush Footwear has whipped up this festive Bespoke pair of “Miami Nights” Customs. Using the White/White AF1 Mid as the base, Brush Footwear provides the medial and lateral Swooshes with a vibrant hand-painted geometric camouflage upgrade. Finished with premium leather laces by Aglit Italy, a matching toddler version is also featured below. Check out the additional shots after the jump, and head over to Brush Footwear’s website to inquire about copping a pair.Nike’s legendary training series continues with the introduction of the Nike Free Trainer 3.0. Focussing on lateral changes of direction, the shoe features a brand new hexagonal flex grooves to ensure natural motion, Flywire for added stability, and a mesh base to allow added ventilation.

The Nike Roshe Run Women“Dark Obsidian” has a simple look, but it definitely packs a punch. Dark Obsidian is the sneaker’s main color, taking over the sneaker’s shell. Aquamarine can be found on the sneaker’s sole and upper branding as a touch of flavor. Finished off with a complimenting nubuck overlay, this is one sneaker you don’t want to miss out on this month. Ready to hit the streets February 6th, let us know if you’ll be spending $240 on these beauties.Arguably the most aesthetically pleasing tennis-inspired sneaker of all-time, was highly visible in 2014 with both OG and new color iteration alike. Today we take a look at a sample that didn’t quite make its way to retailers, but from the looks of things, certainly could have.

It’s been quite some time since we’ve last seen the Nike Roshe Run Women NZ Uptempo. The shoe has just been revamped for a look a little bit foreign to the silhouette – soft suede arrives on the upper in a Pine Green while a black mudguard contrasts a white midsole. Are you a fan? Check out this lifestyle take on a 90s basketball staple from the Swoosh below and we’ll update you on a release date in the near future.The Nike Hyperposite 2 has been featured on-feet in the NBA throughout the season, but when will we see the shoe beyond our NBA Feet features? Anthony Davis has been championing the model as of late, and now the shoe looks to have gotten the green light for a Spring 2015 retail release. 3 new colorways recently emerged, one featuring a Foamposite inspired “Dark Copper” combination with Volt and Black, a Navy and Orange, and a look straight from the LeBron 11 “King’s Pride”.

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