Nike’s brand new Zoom Pegasus 35 sneaker is set to get of to a hot start next month, as five new colorways – three for women and two for men – are on their way. Utilizing design cues from the iconic Heritage of one of Nike’s longest running lines, the new Pegasus model is both nostalgic and modern. Equipped with the brand’s cutting edge ZoomX cushioning, the 35th installment of the sneaker comes with a Turbo monicker as well as innovation borrowed from models the likes of the Zoom Vaporfly Elite and Zoom Vaporfly 4%. Aesthetically, the Pegasus 35 Turbo will call upon a Swoosh that dips down onto the midsole of the sneaker as opposed to staying entirely on the midfoot of the shoe. A semi-translucent upper reveals Flywire along its upper as well that lends to an incredibly comfortable lockdown fit. Check out a detailed set of images for one of the women’s only colorways below as well as style code info and colors for the other four pairs set to arrive at Finish Line and other Swoosh retailers on August 2nd.
Nike’s prized ZoomX cushion technology is finally coming to market in much wider availability, and it couldn’t have started its run on a more heralded legacy like the Pegasus. Three colorways of the Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo are slated to release on August 2nd, promising the best that Nike has to offer in a stylish package that includes the over-sized Swoosh logo that dips into the midsole and the tapered heel shape for optimal aerodynamics. The grey/hot punch launch colorway as well as a simpler black/grey and mica green are set to release tomorrow at select retailers, so check out this Where To Buy guide to secure one of the best new running shoes of 2018.
Nike is launching the Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo, a running shoe inspired by the dominant Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite and 4% marathon shoes.The shoe was designed based on feedback from Olympic gold medalist and marathoner Eliud Kipchoge, who desired a shoe with the magic of the 4%, but created for daily use. The Peg Turbo does exactly that, helping runners train for the podium every day.
Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo
Color: Barely Grey/Hot Punch-White-Black
Style Code: AJ4114-060
Release Date: August 2, 2018
The Nike Air 180 is poised to make a boisterous return thanks to Japanese fashion house COMME des Garcons. Three colorways of the original running shoe born in 1991 will hit select retailers beginning on February 1st, with each of the three options containing Laser Pink nylon uppers and Solar Red logos, external heel counters, and Air Bag housings. The only feature differentiating the three is the overlay tones, which appear in white, black, or pink. The Air 180 isn’t one to receive many collaborations, as the only ones that may immediately come to mind are creations by French sneaker boutique Oqium, the now-defunct Nom de Guerre, and of course Kanye West.
Japanese fashion house COMME des Garcons is set to releasing their next Nike collaboration on February 1st in three pink-toned colorways. Originally debuting last June during the label’s Homme Plus SS18 fashion show, the Air Max 180 CDG keeps Tinker Hatfield’s original design and applies the vibrant Laser Pink in three options. COMME des Garcons typically reworks the model and adds aesthetic modifications (their Vapormax and Dunk collaborations from this year alone are telling), so consider these rather out of the ordinary for the forward-thinking designer.
While some early pairs of the COMME des Garcons x Nike Air 180 leaked in early January, the vibrant collection’s official release is fast approaching. Primarily adorned in Laser Pink with Solar Red logos, heel counters, and Air Bag units, each selection boasts a different colored overlay that dramatically alters the aesthetic make-up of each offering. While seldom-used in the past, it appears that the 180 will be enjoying a bit of a resurgent 2018 campaign that is highlighted by this pairing, but also will be featured in an Ultramarine colorway tomorrow. Big name collaborations the likes of one with this illustrious Japanese fashion house are a surefire way to send a jolt of attention onto a sneaker.
Rumors began surfacing this weekend that the OFF-WHITE x Nike Collection could possibly be releasing on September 1st. Today we bring you new images of one of the many sneakers from the collection, the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 ICE.
Just like most o the other pairs from the collection, this iteration of the Air Max 90 ICE has been deconstructed as it features what looks like an “unfinished” design. The shoe comes with a leather and suede upper in a cream/off-white with unique Nike and OFF-WHITE branding placed all throughout the shoe. An icy blue translucent midsole along with a cream outsole complete the look.
The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 90 Ice is one of 10 pairs apart of the OFF-WHITE x Nike and Jordan Brand 10X Collection.
The theme of the OFF-WHITE Nike Air Max 90 is unfinished or to even look like a sample. This look has been applied to the Air Jordan 1, Nike Air vaporMax and most likely the Air Jordan 3.
Looking closer, this Nike Air Max 90 features Grey and Beige. In addition, they feature a mixture of suede and leather with OFF-WHITE’s signature branding that reads “OFF-WHITE c/o NIKE “AIR MAX 90” Beaverton, Oregon 1990.” Following we have exposed stitching on the panels, patch on the heel and unique tongue label.
It’s still summer but the Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit is already releasing in fall-like colorways in this Olive Flak/Total Orange theme. The shoe is getting an Undefeated nickname due to the colors used, as it features a mixture of Olive Green throughout the Flyknit upper and contrasting black applied on the Swooshes and outsole. Finally, the striking orange hits are seen on the “AIR” text across its lateral sides, insoles and larger Air Max heel unit.
The Nike Air Max 270 is inspired by two models, the Air Max 180 and the Air Max 93. A naturally born hybrid, the new Air Max 270 is currently one of the most sought-after Nike models.Feel the Air, both above and below, with the Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit. It features Nike’s biggest heel Air unit yet, plus an ultra-breathable Flyknit upper that helps keep you cool when the temperatures rise. Classic color combinations nod to iconic Air Max models of the past, delivering a modern, streamlined look that’s rooted in Nike sneaker heritage.
The high profile Air Unit is one of its major features, making it a lightweight and totally comfortable shoe. The Knit upper with no-sew overlays, asymmetrical lacing, and the rubber outsole are among the additional details.
This one goes out to all the #OliveBoyz reading this. Already arriving at select international retailers, here’s a good look at the Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit Olive Flak. This new colorway of the model opts for a tonal finish on the Flyknit upper done in a Olive hue. The Olive is then contrasted by the Black on the branding and the White on the sole. The larger than life Air bubble come in translucent fashion, while the Olive leather on the heel and tongue complete the monochrome finish of the upper.
With another release of the Nike ‘The Ten’ Collection coming this month artist The Golden Shape showcases some collaborations between Virgil Abloh and Nike that should release. This includes an OFF-WHITE x Nike Air More Uptempo as well as the Air Max Plus.
The Golden Shape mocked up two versions of the Nike Air More Uptempo and NikeAir Max Plus which gives us a few different looks. Coming in the traditional theme, they feature White across the base with Black accents. In addition we have Off-White and other unique characteristics which is seen on the other ’The Ten’ releases.
Below you can check out more images of the OFF-WHITE Nike Air More Uptempo and Air Max Plus which will give you a better look. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section. As well, the Nike ’The Ten’ Collection will release on November 9th and we just found out that more collaborations with Virgil and Nike will take place during 2018 including two new colorways of the Nike Air VaporMax.
It’s confirmed that Virgil Abloh and Nike are scaling out their partnership in 2018, making the coveted shoes similar to “The Ten” more available to the masses. The Golden Shape is taking matters into their own hands by re-imagining other Nike icons in Virgil Abloh’s deconstructed aesthetic, and quite frankly what they’ve mocked up is pretty close to what would be produced had Nike and Virgil opted for the Air More Uptempo and the updated Air Max Plus Ultra. While “The Ten” is set to release on November 9th, we can certainly expect much more in 2018 such as two more OFF WHTE x Nike Vapormax options and the black colorway of the OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1.
Not only did The Golden Shape give us one look, but the artist mocked up two different concepts of both the Nike Uptempo and Air Max Plus silhouette. Staying true to the “The Ten” theme, these silhouettes feature a White-based upper with Black detailing and added text branding to mimic the other Off-White x Nike/Jordan releases.
For 2018 there will be a good amount of Nike Air More Money color options available. With that being said the brand is getting ready to launch the White and Burgundy edition soon.
This new Nike Air More Money features a White-based upper highlighted with Burgundy accents and Black detailing. Air Money stitched on the shrouds and dollar signs on the heel completes the signature look.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Nike Air More Money Red White. This laid-back and unique silhouette delivers an iconic look matched with one-of-a-kind detailing. Whether or not you’re a fan of high-top footwear, you’ve got to appreciate this chunky silhouette!
The Air More Money only debuted recently yet it’s already created a stir amongst sneakerheads. Taking the iconic Air More Uptempo as inspiration, Nike add unique style cues which separates this pair in a league of its own. That includes elasticated lace tooling which does away with the conventional laces. Instead, an adaptive tongue panel is attached via cord and made even more flexible thanks to a stretchy mesh inner.
The Air More Money Red White showcases a simplistic theme which puts all emphasis on those deep hits of burgundy. These are visible to the inner lining as well as the Air Unit underfoot. Classic Air More Money branding is stamped along the tongue.
Nike’s revival of the Air Money has been well-received thus far; originally appearing as a PE for VICE personalities Desus & Mero, this modified classic dropped in a “Global Currency” Pack, inspired by the US Dollar, Euro, and GBP. With the groundwork laid, Nike is now unleashing new colorways of the Air More Money (the “More” comes from the use of the Air More Uptempo sole), like this new white, black, and burgundy composition. You can expect these at Nike Sportswear retailers soon, and remember the two “Los Angeles” themed colorways are headed to stores even sooner.
Nike Air More Money
Release Date: February 23, 2018
Style Code: AJ2998-100
The Nike PG 2.5 that combines elements from the PG 1 and PG 2 is a newer model from Paul George. While we have seen a handful of colorways release, Nike Basketball is now releasing Team Bank color themes.
Color options includes is Royal and White, Grey and Black, Black and White along with White and Black. Each features a textured mid-foot strap, Black or White on the Nike Swoosh logos and a speckled midsole.
Nike’s Paul George signature line has always offered high quality at an affordable price point, ensuring that hoopers the world over can get a pair of signature kicks without having to drop $150+. With the lower price point and versatile design—quick enough for guards, supportive enough for wings and big men—the new PG 2.5 is a great shoe for an entire team, and it’s set to arrive in four new squad-friendly colorways: black, blue, grey, and white. All four shoes offer a tonal upper with a contrasting grey strap that features croc-style detailing. A speckled midsole provides a touch of flair, and each shoe’s branding is completed with the small PG logo on the tongue and swoosh on the lateral heel. Look for all four of these team-ready kicks to release in the coming weeks—just in time for the start of basketball season—and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for all the Nike hoops updates you need.
While Kobe Bryant might be two years removed from his illustrious NBA career, his signature line of Nike footwear continues to live on as one of the most popular options among current players. That line’s newest addition, the Kobe AD NXT 360 is the second iteration to be given an AD monicker – alluding to the future hall-of-famer’s post-NBA career – and continues the Black Mamba’s long line of low-top offerings. Its next-gen Flyknit construction wraps the offering fully to give the sneaker a sock-like fit while its rugged outsole that comes dressed in orange here keeps its on-court durability in-tact. White makes up for the vast majority of its upper, while Bryant’s signature logo can be seen embroidered in red on the heel. Enjoy a detailed set of images below and mark your calendars for the June 14th release date of the Kobe AD NXT 360 in “Infrared”.
Another colorway of the Nike Kobe AD NXT 360 is coming and it’s an orange/infrared theme. The shoe’s Flyknit upper is colored in a clean white hue, with the highlight focused on the iridescent Swooshes on the sides and Kobe tongue logos. Other details include a metallic silver heel cup, signature red stitching on the heels, and a bright orange/infrared semi-translucent outsole top it all off.
In addition to the grey pair with the neon green outsole, it appears that the Nike Kobe AD NXT 360 will be giving us a handful of bright iterations this Summer. Here we bring you official images of the Infrared colorway.
This Nike Kobe AD NXT 360 starts off with a white Flyknit all throughout the upper iridescent detailing on the Swoosh logos on the side panels and the Kobe shield branding on the tongues. Finishing details include red embroidered branding on the heels. grey heel counters, and orange/Infared translucent outsole.
Nike Kobe AD NXT 360
Release Date: June 14th, 2018
Color: White/Black-Infrared 23-Volt
Style Code: AQ1087-100
Strangely disappearing following its unexpected unveiling last month, the Nike KD 11 is back in the discussion as official images have been loaded.
One of two colorways expected to be available in the coming weeks is this enhanced “Warriors” scheme, pairing bright blue and volt together on the knit-constructed low-top. Tech wise, the knit-constructed low-top is reinforced by leather overlays and sits atop Zoom Air embedded into React cushioning.
Official U.S. launch details haven’t been announced, but European retailers like Foot Locker are dropping two KD 11s on June 17 and 18. The stateside release will likely align with that timeframe, but it’s also possible Nike could do something special through SNKRS while Durant competes in the NBA Finals. Stick with us for updates as more information is available.
Nike KD 11 “Paranoid”
Release Date: 07/17/17
Style #: AO2605-900