The Nike Presto had a great run in the early 2000s, becoming one of the more notable models to come out of Bowerman Drive in its day. Nike has recently revisited the Presto model, applying two of its new technologies to the lightweight running sneaker. Indeed, the sole and upper have been updated with Lunar and Flywire technology respectively, increasing performance without sacrificing the clean aesthetic. Here we find the Presto in a new colorway for the upcoming season, treated with dark black around the mesh upper. The upper portion has also been given sky blue and bold orange accents, while an off-white sole completes the details. Look for the Nike Lunar Presto in black at Kith’s web shop, available for 0 USD.
The looms down at Nike are heading into overdrive with the Flyknit sensation continuing to spread its tangled web around the globe. A gang of colourways of the Flyknit Lunar 1+ have become available over the past few months, and this minty flavoured sport turquoise women’s number with its spongy speckled midsole is mos def a welcome addition. Cheers to SA for the pics, available now from Nike.
The Milan edition of the Nike Lunar Force 1 Quickstrike City Collection is looking like the pick of the pack for us with its leopard-like Swoosh and heel detailing over a black leather upper coming up trumps. A soft coffee coloured leather lining brings that luxurious vibe, with a golden AF1 lace charm adding some elegance as well. This LF1 is out now at Nike Quickstrike accounts, including Concepts.
Aside from being three of the most fashionable cities on earth, London, Milan, New York have one other thing in common. That being that they are all included in the Nike Lunar Force 1 “City Pack.”
Drawing inspiration from the cities in which they are representing are three pairs of the Lunar Force 1. The London pair sports a classic tartan plaid while the Milan pair is draped in a rather sexy black leather look with tortoise shell accents, and the New York pair opting to pay tribute to the Bronx Bombers with a clean Yankees-inspired pinstriped navy blue rendition.
This ‘City Pack’ is a highly sought after commodity in their respective hometowns as well as sneaker enthusiasts around the globe so if you have your eye on this collection, we suggest you bust a move over to Concepts right now and place your orders.
Early sightings of the Nike Lunar Presto had us umming and ahhing, but after getting a look at it on-foot recently we are sold – this is a tight little number. Seen here in a tidy deep smoke and total crimson rendition, the new addition to the Presto family retains the same squish lightweight sock feel of the OG, and as an added bonus comes complete with spring loaded heel entry. Score these lightweight runners from select Nike stockists including CNCPTS now.
The Lunar Presto, Nike’s latest addition to the Presto family has been done up in a Deep Smoke/Total Crimson colorway this time around. Deep Smoke hits the mesh upper while black is seen on the side, heel, and toecap. Total Crimson touches the Flywire laces and on the midsole that utilizes Lunar Technology. This lightweight sneaker can be yours today via Concepts at the price of 0.
For Spring 2013, Nike’s latest sport-inspired terrain model receives a new colorway.
The Nike Lunar Chenchukka QS is seen today in a new grey and brown color combination. What can essentially be compared to the high-top Lunarglide+ 4 EXT, this style differs with a woven upper that adds perforations, a Lunarlon midsole, and Dynamic Flywire for a complete look.
Look for the Nike Lunar Chenchukka QS “Grey/Brown” to release as a quickstike in limited quantities at select retailers like Invincible beginning April 27th.
After releasing Strata Grey/Night Stadium and Neo Turquoise/Volt colorways of the hybrid silhouette, Nike Sportswear has crafted a Deep Smoke/Total Crimson edition of the Lunar Presto for a Spring/Summer 2013 drop. Sporting a smoky mesh upper with matching overlays at the toe, quarter panels, and heel, the kicks see a contrasting white midsole while Total Crimson appears on the heel’s Lunarlon cushioning, midsole Swoosh branding, Dynamic Flywire support, and rope laces. The Deep Smoke/Total Crimson edition of the Lunar Presto is now available in-store and online from Concepts for 0 USD.
Slotting in between a running shoe and a trail-ready hiking boot, the Nike Lunar Chenchukka has surfaced in yet another colorway, this time in a smoky combo of grey and brown. The quickstrike silhouette – something like an evolved, higher-cut Lunarglide+ 4 EXT — sits on a plush, highly-cushioned Lunarlon midsole, while the use of Dynamic Flywire results in a customized fit and perforations throughout add much-needed ventilation for summer. Dropping soon, the Grey/Brown iteration features predominantly grey uppers, orange Flywire cables, a brown heel panel and brown and white midsole. Look for the Nike Lunar Chenchukka QS Grey/Brown to release on April 27 at retailers like Invincible.
What do you get when you combine Nike’s Blazer, Lunar technology, and the Air Jordan 3? Well in this case you get the Nike Lunar Blazer “Black Cement” Sample.
This sneaker features a black upper composed of leather and suede at the toe. Cement Grey is seen on the branding, tongue, laces, and Lunar midsole. Elephant print is applied to the backtab and the sides.
So far there are no words on the release but stay locked to Sneaker Files for more information about its availability.