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Jun 27, 2017
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Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer ‘Multicolor’ Coming Soon



Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer Multicolor

The Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer is set to take over Summer 2017 with the amount of color options being available. One of the next to drop will be a favorite to many known as the Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer ‘Multicolor’.

The highlight is the use of Flyknit across the uppers done in Multicolor which displays shades of Pink, Green, Yellow and Blue. In addition we have Black that lands on the Nike Swoosh, upper part of the midsole, heel counter and laces. Other details include a stripped tongue, White on the lower section of the midsole and Black on the outsole.

At the time of writing, a release date for the Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer Multicolor has yet to be announced. However they are believed to show up at select Nike Sportswear retailers during the early part of July. Once we have more information and images, we will make sure to update you. For now you can check out another preview photo below.

Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer Multicolor

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Jun 27, 2017
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Nike Flyknit Trainer Returning in July



Nike Flyknit Trainer Colorways Release Date

Nike Sportswear is bringing back the Nike Flyknit Trainer which first launched back in 2012. Recently we have seen Draymond Green receive the model as an exclusive ‘Championship’ celebration gift. Kevin Durant was also wearing the model in a ‘Sunset’ theme that will be launching in July.

So far we can expect four colorways of the Nike Flyknit Trainer to return in 2017. Those will include the OG in White and Black. Also launching is the aforementioned Sunset Tint edition, Cirrus Blue along with Pale Grey, Black and White.

At the time of writing, a specific release date for the Nike Flyknit Trainer is not available just yet, however the four colorways mentioned will debut sometime during July. Retail price will be 0. Once we hear of new information, we will make sure to update you.

Nike Flyknit Trainer Colorways

Nike Flyknit Trainer
Pale Grey/Black-White
July 2017
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Nike Flyknit Trainer
White/Black-White
July 2017
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Nike Flyknit Trainer
Cirrus Blue/Black-White
July 2017
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Nike Flyknit Trainer
Sunset Tint/Black-White
July 2017
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Kevin Durant Nike Flyknit Trainer Sunset Tint

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Jun 26, 2017
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Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit ‘Oreo’ Available Now



Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo

The Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer will take over Summer 2017 and now we have a new color option to preview. Shown is the Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer ‘Oreo’ which is now starting to release.

The Oreo edition Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit comes dressed in a Pale Grey, Black and Solar Red color theme. Across the Flyknit upper we have a combination of Black and White. Black is then used on the Nike Swoosh, laces, heel counter and outsole. Finishing the look is White across the midsole.

Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo which will give you a better look. For those that are interested in purchasing, they are now landing at select Nike Sportswear retailers which includes Renarts. Retail price is set at 0. Additional retail stores should have them available very soon.

Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit
Pale Grey/Black-Solar Red
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Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo

Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo

Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo

Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Oreo

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Jun 26, 2017
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Nike LunarEpic Flyknit “Indigo” // Release Date

The comfortable and stylish Nike LunarEpic Flyknit is being released in a new, hand-dyed colorway.

The Nike LunarEpic Flyknit “Indigo” features a light blue Flyknit upper with a Lunarlon midsole and pressure-mapped outsole. The blue upper and gray sole really compliment each other and makes the entire aesthetic of the sneaker dripping with flavor.

Releasing on July 1, the Nike LunarEpic Flyknit “Indigo” will be available online at Nike and at select Nike retailers.


Nike LunarEpic Flyknit “Indigo”

Nike LunarEpic Flyknit “Indigo”

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Jun 26, 2017
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Nike Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit Returns for the Ladies

Now that summer is officially here and temperatures are rising incredibly fast, Nike is beginning to rollout pairs of their warm weather friendly Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit.

Today the shoe emerges with the fairer sex in mind, blending what looks to be a Oreo” colorway with the on trend Silt Red hue. What follows is a off-white midsole and a semi-translucent outer. The ladies can expect this pair Stateside soon but for now this Nike Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit is available overseas.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit

Colorway: Midnight Fog/Silt Red-Ivory-String
Style #: 820256-008
Price: 0

Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Ultra Flyknit

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Jun 22, 2017
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Jordan Brand Debuts Flyknit on a Performance Model With the Jordan Trainer 2 Flyknit

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

Jordan Brand pays homage to its training legacy — exemplified by Michael Jordan’s famously tough “breakfast club” workouts — with the new Jordan Trainer 2 Flyknit. Marking the first time that Flyknit has appeared on a Jordan performance model, the Trainer 2 features mid-strap support for extra lockdown and a Nike Zoom Air sole unit for dynamic cushioning. Both combine with an all-new Flyknit pattern for enhanced support and durability, resulting in a trainer suited to every roster position on the court or gridiron. Nods to Jordan heritage can be seen on the clear outsole, elephant print on the strap, and a key logo on the inner tongue (offering entrance into the breakfast club).

The Air Jordan Trainer 2 drops July 1st at select retailers and jordan.com.

Release Date: 7/1/17 (Saturday)

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Jun 20, 2017
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Interview // Behind the Design of the Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

photos // @airjordank
words & interview // Ian Stonebrook

Nine years ago, Nike took basketball, Beijing and the internet by storm with the launch of the Hyperdunk. Worn in the Gold Medal game by Team USA as well as by their rivals on the way, the introduction to both Flywire and Lunar technology on a global scale shook up the hardwood with its design and play. Just the same, it broke the internet with a string of car jumping and snake scaling clips starring Kobe Bryant who would later drive a DeLorean to the model’s “McFly” makeup launch at UNDFTD. The OG Hyperdunk was truly something of the future.

In the last few weeks, the 2017 installment made the rounds in slightly more traditional fashion — leaking on the internet ahead of launch and getting a surprise debut in the NBA Finals by Draymond Green. Shifting shapes each season but still focused on play that is both pinnacle and accessible, the Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit ditches the sharp lines and blunt branding of its predecessors for a more minimal look kept in motion with wavy styling and new tech. At the shoe’s official launch event, we spoke with Nike Basketball Senior Design Director Ross Klein about the new Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit and what it has in store this season.

Nice Kicks: Last year the Hyperdunk 2016 Elite was unveiled as the signature shoe of Nike Basketball, what space does the REACT Hyperdunk hold in 2017?

Ross Klein: It’s the same space. The Hyperdunk to us is our most premium and elite product. It is our pinnacle statement for Nike Basketball.

Nice Kicks: What made Draymond Green the ideal player to debut the new Hyperdunk?

Ross Klein: Draymond is a very unique athlete. When we talk about the highest level performers out there and the way Draymond goes offensively and defensively, there’s not another athlete that quite does what he does. He plays amazingly hard. So in terms of the inspiration and feedback that we’re able to get from an athlete like that, it really allows us to unlock potential in a shoe and keep growing Hyperdunk into a new space.


Draymond Green in his Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit PE

Nice Kicks: The original Hyperdunk was unveiled with Flywire support and Lunar cushioning. What makes Flyknit construction and REACT cushioning ideal for the franchise nine years later?

Ross Klein: REACT is a cushioning that’s helping us substantiate everybody from the kids that play in the park for fun all the way to the highest level which is Draymond. It services a crazy range of athletes. What we want to do is make sure the cushioning system caters to all those types of athletes.

For the Flyknit, we went through an amazing amount of testing with different materials to get to this solution. You can see how free it is and how mobile it is, but it’s as durable as any material we’ve ever used in the past that really meets our standards.

Nice Kicks: How does the Flyknit technology differ on this model from that of other Nike Basketball shoes?

Ross Klein: When we get to the midfoot and talk about when somebody really wants to wrench on a shoe and get that one-to-one fit, we’re able to tune different types of yarns in different ratios. From the nylon yarn to the one in between it, one’s about stability and control, the other one is about the adaptiveness and conformity. When we micro-tune and really think about the performance level of Flyknit, we’re able to get into materials like the heel and maintain the sense of freedom and the feel of it being with you and not against you.

Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit
Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

Nice Kicks: The Hyperdunk franchise was led by Kobe Bryant in ’08 and even backed by LeBron in 2012. In recent years, we’ve seen more 4s and 5s lacing the series. Was there an ideal player in mind when designing the 2017?

Ross Klein: I think that’s what’s key is that we’re able to get insight from all types of athletes. But what this Hyperdunk stands for is this soft, plush shoe that also allows you to go as long and as hard as you want. That player style kind of exists within everyone. Everyone wants to go harder, everyone wants to go longer and everyone wants to feel fresher. We’re looking at the Hyperdunk as this model that allows everyone to be able to stay on court at their maximum amount of effort longer.

Nice Kicks: It seems design direction in Nike Basketball lately has been more minimal. Does that come more from sport or market insight?

Ross Klein: I would say both. As a designer myself, I love simplicity. I love focus. I love a direct conversation which allows you to pay focus to the direct areas that are very performance oriented.

But performance goes hand in hand with style. The shoe plays amazing on court, it gives you everything that you put in, but it’s also extremely wearable off-court. The silhouette is very clean but it also houses all this innovation in it. To me, that’s the challenge of a designer. To make sure you get to those very small points and really detailed layers and the goals you’re trying to attract.


Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

Nice Kicks: Can we expect to see low adaptations later in the season?

Ross Klein: Absolutely. We have the Flyknit, a mid and a low.

Nice Kicks: Will REACT technology appear in signature franchises in the Nike Basketball camp?

Ross Klein: All I can say is wait and see what we’re able to do and unlock with an innovation like this.

The Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit releases on August 3rd at Nike.

Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit
Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

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Jun 20, 2017
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Nike Takes the Wraps Off the Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

Nike’s new React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit already has a championship pedigree, thanks to Draymond Green, who wore the shoe during the Warriors’ recent playoff run. The model continues the Hyperdunk legacy, begun in 2008 as the epitome of Nike Basketball design. The performance features for this latest iteration starts from the bottom, starting with a data-informed traction pattern on the outsole, drawn from pressure maps developed by the Nike Sports Research Lab and highlighted by circular pistons tuned to offer traction exactly where it’s needed. Additional benefits include a Nike React core that’s lightweight, responsive and durable, and a shank plate sandwiched between the Nike React cushioning and outsole for rigidity and torque management. A Flyknit upper, fitted with a decoupled collar for natural mobility and a customizable fit, rounds out the details.

The Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flynkit launches August 3rd through nike.com and select Nike retailers.

Release Date: 8/3/17 (Thursday)

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Jun 19, 2017
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Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit in White and Red



Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Upgraded for the warmer months is the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit. While we have shared a handful of color options, this time around they are bringing out something simple that borderlines a classic feel while dressed in White and Red.

This Nike Air Max 90 features a White, Red and Black color combination. Across the uppers is predominate White which is constructed with Flyknit. Red is applied to the mudguard while also hitting the Nike branding on the tongue. Other details include White on the Ultra 2.0 midsole while the rubber outsole is dipped in Black.

Below you can check out more images of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit in White and Red which will give you a detailed look. At the time of writing, a release date is unknown but they are expected to launch at select Nike Sportswear retailers including Nike.com soon. Once available, retail price is set at 0.

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Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit White Red

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Jun 17, 2017
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Another Look at the Nike Flyknit Trainer ‘NBA Champions’



Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 Champions

Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors captured their second NBA Championship in two years last night beating out the Cleveland Cavaliers in 5 games. Nike celebrated by releasing the Nike Air Force 1 High and Low ‘Cork’ option on NikeID.

However the celebration was over there, the brand gave Draymond Green two different Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 NBA Finals colorways.

The two Nike Flyknit Trainer player exclusives come in either Black, White and Gold while the second features shades of Grey, White, Black and a little bit of Gold.

At the time of writing, it isn’t known if the Nike Flyknit Trainers shown will actually release or stay a player exclusive for Draymond Green. Below you can check out more images which will give you a closer look and make sure to visit us for updates.

Update: Another look at the Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 Champions via Jarrel Harris.

Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 Champions

Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 Champions

Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 Champions

Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 NBA Finals

Nike Flyknit Trainer 2017 NBA Finals

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Jun 15, 2017
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Draymond Green Debuts “Championship” Nike Flyknit Trainer PE

From Saginaw to San Fran, Draymond Green has risen in the ranks as one of the best in basketball. For his efforts and intensity, he has also become the face and feet of many a Swoosh silo.

After debuting the Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 in the playoffs, the Spartan Dawg took to the Golden State Warriors Championship Parade in the “Championship” Nike Flyknit Trainer PE.

Graced with gold accents, would you rock these if they hit retail? Let us know in the comments section and peep the pics courtesy of @dismayne below.

Draymond Green Debuts "Championship" Nike Flyknit Trainer PE
Draymond Green Debuts “Championship” Nike Flyknit Trainer PE
Draymond Green Debuts "Championship" Nike Flyknit Trainer PE
Draymond Green Debuts “Championship” Nike Flyknit Trainer PE

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Jun 15, 2017
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The Nike Air Zoom Mariah OG Flyknit Is Built for Speed

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

Originally introduced in 1981, the Air Mariah was only the second Nike runner to feature Air-sole cushioning. The shoe was re-released in 1988, done up in the classic white, blue and infrared colorway that’s become virtually synonymous with vintage Nike runners, and almost 30 years later the new Air Mariah Flyknit evolves the original creation. It’s still built for speed, but now showcases an updated focus on wearability and comfort. The modern technologies include an adaptive Flyknit bootie for ease of wear, Brio cables for a secure fit and responsive Air Zoom cushioning to lessen the impact from daily miles. Expect the kicks to drop June 22nd via SNKRS and select Nike retailers.

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