With this weekend’s highly anticipated debut of the Jordan Future, it appears that a new version of the stylish silhouette has just been discovered.
What’s quickly becoming a fan favorite amongst many Jordan Brand enthusiasts, this sample dons a multicolored palette whose woven uppers consist of orange, grey, black, and white accents. Sitting atop a white midsole, these kicks also feature a translucent outsole. Could this be the next colorway?
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Because the ZX FLUX‘s near limitless range in design variations, adidas Design Director Sam Handy and his team demonstrated the new model’s ability to give the classic ZX 8000 Aqua OG an updated construct with the fore-mentioned adidas Originals ZX FLUX “Weave.” To push the design envelope a bit further, the team also unveiled this colorful adidas Originals ZX FLUX during last night’s event in Berlin. Nicknamed the “Multicolor Prisms,” the ZX FLUX’s new surface provided an ideal canvas for a toe-to-heel print pattern in the forms of micro-prisms No official words on actual release date yet but expect them to launch around late Spring/Summer 2014.
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Nike has updated a fan favorite Air Max silhouette with a unique pop art look. The Air Max 90 Premium Tape is constructed with a fused textile upper, finished with a tiger camo pattern in bright splashes of blue, lime and coral hues, plus ultra-thin tape offering a modern counterpoint to the traditional elements of the shoe. The latter takes the form of molded eyestays and an encapsulated Air-Sole unit, fitted within a PU midsole in contrast white and rubber waffle outsole in black. The Nike Air Max 90 Premium Tape in Blue Hero/Flash Lime-Atomic Red is available now at select Nike retailers and online.
Nike Air Max 90 Premium Tape Style: 599249-403 Color: Blue Hero/Black -Flash Lime-Atomic Red
We all know that years of research and design went into the new Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+, including tons of interviews with the world’s best runners and sneaker craftsmen. That’s a given. What we really care about, though, is whether it looks good or not. Just dropping on the shelves at Nike retailers is this pixelated pair, complete with a full RGB pattern woven together to create one mind-bending look, anchored to a comfortable, soft pink Lunarlon Dynamic Support sole. Black accents for the Swoosh, heel pull, and liner do their job oh-so-nicely, presenting heck of a release. Feast your eyes on the rest of the preview shots after the click and head to Tokyo’s Mita Sneakers to cop while they last.
Flyknit, one of the latest Nike technologies, takes on a colorful scheme on the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ “Multicolor”. The eye-catching upper is balanced with black Swoosh branding and a black inner lining, and rests on a dazzling plum-colored midsole. As with all Lunar1+ models, a lightweight Lunarlon sole provides a soft, lightweight finish. Look for the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ “Multicolor” to release this summer.
Nike has outdone themselves this time. Not only does Nike spend a great amount of time toward putting beautiful detailing on the Flyknit Racer and the Lunar Flyknit Chukka, but they also have some time to spare to whip out a gorgeous Nike Flyknit One to get back into the race to be one of the best Flyknit sneakers of the year. The Flyknit starts off with a beautiful “Multi-Color” coating throughout the shoe. To add some extra style and color, this Flyknit One sits atop a plum colored Lunarlon technology mid-sole while resting on an egg-white bottom.
The release of this Flyknit is sure to cause some attention in the states. Some lucky sneakerheads were already able to cop some pairs and/or reserve a pair from some links that have been floating around via Twitter and Instagram. The Nike Flyknit One “Multi-Color” is scheduled to hit shelves by the end of July.So stay tuned with SneakerFiles for more information. Could this “Multi-Color” Flyknit be the best one yet? Leave your answer after the jump.
As Nike Sportswear’s Nike Lunar Flyknit Chukka continues to take the world by storm, today brings a few new additions to the popular collection.
Dubbed “Multicolor” (for now), this preview showcases three new colorways which display an array of accents including pink, blue, green, black, and even sail as seen across each midsole. Most interestingly enough, each Nike Lunar Flyknit Chukka is complete with contrasting Dynamic Flywire for added an appeal.
See more of the Nike Lunar Flyknit Chukka “Multicolor” below and hang tight as we continue to bring you more news and updates on this silhouette.
Spring shades shine on the Nike WMNS Air Max 90 Hyperfuse “Multicolor.” Bright tones of purple, orange, and pink appear in progressive fashion, revamping the classic Air Max model with a Hyperfuse upper. Iconic design and cushioning are still intact on this new Air Max 90 release, available now at Finish Line.
Nike WMNS Air Max 90 Hyperfuse “Multicolor”
Purple Volt/Bright Citrus-Pink Force
From the second half or this week’s Euro exclusive Flyknit duo comes this rainbow delight Racer. Nike intertwined multiple colour threads through the one-piece knit upper, the result… dope! These tasty joints are available exclusively at Nike Stadium Milano starting on April 12, and at 1948 London on April 13. News via Nike Inc.
European Flyknit fans get treated to an exclusive HTM release this week in the form of this multi-coloured Flyknit Trainer. The latest drop from the HTM fam (Fragment Design Founder Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike design legend Tinker Hatfield and NIKE, Inc. President & CEO (and designer) Mark Parker) features an RGB interwoven rainbow upper, a side flanked with supportive Dynamic Flywire lacing system, and come planted on a super springy Lunarlon sole unit. Pick up these lightweight beauties exclusively at Nike Stadium Milano starting on April 12, and at 1948 London on April 13. News via Nike Inc.