Following on the heels of PUMA’s preview of their Animal Pack for Fall 2013, Nike enters the wild kingdom with this Total Orange Tiger Nike Zoom Hyperflight. From collar to toe, this sneaker is covered with an eye-catching stripe pattern across its smooth leather upper, featuring black markings and a Total Orange base to present one intimidating kick. The look is completed with black laces and a matching liner and vamp all atop a translucent sole with a light green hint. As of now, there’s no word on their release date, but rest assured knowing that Freshness will bring you that information as soon as it drops. Until then, peek at the rest of the preview shots after the click.
After making its return to the sneaker scene in the form of the “Superhero” Pack, the Nike Zoom Hyperflight is looking to spice things up a little bit as it will be looking to turn retail shelves into its prey later this year.
Having already shown that it is more than capable of rocking a dope tonal graphic upper, sneakerheads can now look forward to the arrival of the “Orange Tiger” version of the Nike Zoom Hyperflight in the months to come. In case these kicks may look a tad bit familiar, they were photographed amidst the box of kicks in the Nike Sportswear Fall/Holiday 2013 Preview.
Featuring an eye catching orange/black “Tiger” inspired graphic on the upper, with hints of jungle green on the outsole, this upcoming pair of Hyperflights will surely kick any sneakerheads collection up a few notches in the primal ranks.
Keep reading after the jump to get a better look at the “Orange Tiger” Nike Zoom Hyperflights in all their ferocious glory. Feel free to let us know if you think these will be an instant success or an epic failure upon its release.
Following on from the wild and crazy Superhuman Pack, Nike line up another Zoom Hyperflight for the flamboyant-footed ballers of the world. Burning hot total orange contrasts like night and day against an overlay of jet black tiger stripes wrapping the upper and under the midfooot. Weapon-like support flank these Flights and perforated medial sides open the jungle jumpers up for some air. Stay tuned for pending release info on these wild things and check out more Nike freshness in Sneaker Freaker issue 27.
Creating raging shoegasms worldwide with the recent Superhuman pack, Nike is hitting back with another space age banger, introducing the Vis Zoom Hyperflight ‘Hologram’. Unleashing a full holographic upper, the Hyperflight gains a predator-like allure, with shimmering colours that change up depending on your angle of view. She’s a shape shifter, that’s for sure. Add to that some blacked out panelling and red accents for that extra bit of pop, and slam it on top of the majestic 360 degree Max air unit and we’ve got something pretty special on our hands and feet. Expect these to disappear quicker than you can find them – however have no fear as SF will keep you up to date with release info as it comes. Pics via Long7.
It’s time for another WNBA star to get a signature sneaker, right? We think so. While we celebrate Mother’s Day and look forward to the next shoe to sport the name of a female athlete, we look back at one of the best basketball shoes to do so. The Nike Air Zoom Swoopes was one of the many great models worn and endorsed by Sheryl Swoopes. Progressive and aggressive, elegant and elite, the shoe still looks stylish sixteen years later. Can we get these back, Nike? We sure hope so. Bring ‘em back!
The SE version of the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski has made a welcome release in this all white colourway as we begin to look forward to the warmest months of the year. Highlighted by the use of the two velcro straps and a premium white leather upper, this shoe oozes quality and minimalism.
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We have a first look at a Grey and Orange Nike Air Zoom Flight 98 The Glove 2013 retro scheduled to release later this year.
The Nike Zoom Flight 98 ‘The Glove’ was made popular by Bay-Area native Gary Payton during his playing days for the Seattle Supersonics. With his speed on the court, sleep design and the availability to leave them zipped or or down, Nike had a hit in 1996.
For the 2013 Zoom Flight 98 shown, the shoes features a grey base with a metallic like finish, black accents including the Nike Swoosh with orange stitching around it. Zipped down bright orange glistens on the sides and laces.
As of now, a release date has not been set but we should see The Glove Nike Air Zoom Flight 98 Grey/Orange drop Fall 2013.
Nike tee up a super spritely neo turquoise/volt edition of their grass grazing Air Zoom Turf Jet 97 model just in time for the spring sun. With their wavy rippled uppers in aquatic turquoise and sea foam midsoles lined with jellyfish translucent outsoles, these mid-cut sneaks bring an ocean of funk to your feet. Snatch ‘em up now over at Concepts.
Rounding out tomorrows epic day chock-full of sneaker releases will be the final release of the Nike Zoom Hyperflight for this season. Featuring a graphic similar to its “Superhero” counterpart is this “Red Reef” colorway.
Earlier reports had associated this pair with the likeness of Blake Griffin or Kyrie Irving, but no direct tie to a specific player has been made.
Nevertheless, sneakerheads will indeed see these joints on retail shelves tomorrow amidst the plethora of other noteworthy releases.
Nike Zoom Hyperflight PRM
Red Reef/Court Purple-Black
Making its epic return in 2013, the Nike Zoom Hyperflight becomes a late addition to the recent ‘Superhuman Collection’. Dubbed the ‘Red Reef’, we find this court marauder draped in deep red, featuring a gradient fade from the toe to heel. Accented by court purple swoosh and badge detailing in the toe and tongue, it’s safe to say if Superman repped the Swoosh, this would be his Kryptonite. Available worldwide May 4, expect to find these at select retailers including Concepts.