Choosing to customize the Dunk High and Air Maxim 1 each in two colourways, the shoes feature tonal colouring whether it be subtly placed on the sole or across the entire upper.
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I initally feared that Roshe Run silhouettes would become more boring after the shoe was recently made available for iD customisation, however this latest release proves me wrong showcasing a fragmented, geometric version of the runner.
Decked out in all black, the upper is made up of cracked, mosaic tile-like pieces.
Hitting low tier Nike NSW accounts, such as Atmos, very soon, I'm looking forward to getting a closer look at these.
Nike Special Projects have been getting down to business on a solid make up of the Air Max 97. The silhouette is an attention grabber whilst, ironically, dressed in indescriminate Camouflage.
The SP creation drops as an extremely limited run which features ribbons of what is dubbed "Italian Camouflage" running through the contours of the iconic shoe.
I've had my eye on these shoes since the black/red silhouette was released earlier in the year. The Solarsoft Moccasin is fast becoming my favourite of all the casual sneakers Nike has to offer. To me they seem like a refined Roshe Run with a tidier sole, but with the same mesh upper.
It's built from lightweight, durable mesh and synthetic leather overlays that sit on a Solarsoft foam outsole. It's on the lower end of the scale price wise, and is available now at select Nike retailers.
Tinker Hatfield's timeless silhouette looks as fresh today as it did on its original release and the material make up remains just as on point.
Nike's extremely popular Lunar Flyknit Chukkas are back in a darker iteration than previous releases with this solid Midnight Fog/Black-Total Orange colourway.
After the previous HTM instalment flew off the shelves, it's safe to say that there is no stopping the momentum behind this delectable Flyknit construction.
Available now from select NSW retailers.
As the year long celebration of Air Max technology continues, Nike threw a party dubbed Air Max Reinvented. Five of London's freshest young artists have taken a different Air Max Model and reinterpreted it a totally original, and exciting way for the occasion. Nike have developed a brand which has brought together an array of synergy with a vast amount of different fields, seeing different artists' takes on Nike footwear dating back to 1987.
Nike pay homage to three major European cities in their latest Hometurf Series which is comprised of four re-styled sneakers for each city, including the Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air Max 97 and Air Max 97 2013.
First off we take a look at the the Milano Air Max 1 which houses a clean all-beige suede upper and eye catching pink accents across the soles, lining and eyelets. This is definitely my pick from the pack.