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Nike Air Max Shoes - Shop Finish Line today & more colors
« on: January 04, 2017, 09:47:46 am »
Cool down with this latest look for the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential this summer with this new colorway in “Ice Blue”. The modified version of the already modified Air Max 90 featuring a foam-mesh construction to go along with the cored-out lightweight tooling is featured here in the Grade School sizing with an icy blue hue accenting the white, grey, and silver upper. Cooler than your AC window unit, this latest Air Max 90 Ultra SE is breezing into select Nike Sportswear retailers now.

It’s been quite some time since Nike Sportswear’s Nike Air Huarache Utility finally brought back all of the OG 1991 goodness we deserved, but NSW is still finding ways to include the iconic Tinker Hatfield design in new and exciting ways. Take the Nike Huarache Ultra as the perfect example of old school elements blending flawlessly with a modernized fit and style. Today we get a look at two brand new colorways of the Nike Huarache Ultra Premium SE featuring a bolstered winterized upper, added ‘Tape’ on the toebox, and an updated back heel strap to maximize comfort.The Nike Air Huarache Ultra PRM SE is back in familiar “Triple Black” and “Triple White” options while flashy iridescent reflective elements hit the tongue for an added pop. Stay tuned for a release update in the near future right here on Sneaker News.

It appears that polka dots will be a reoccurring motif for Nike in early 2015, as we’ve already spotted the dotted pattern on a number of models including the Nike Cortez Womens even a whole pack from Nike Sportswear dedicated to the pattern, aptly named the “Polka Dot Pack”. Now the classic Cortez gets in on the fun, with this special polka dotted edition just for the ladies. The Nike Cortez receives a perforated leather build in black, accented with white-dotted Wolf Grey for each Swoosh and heel tab for a playful and stylish take on the silhouette. Look for the  Cortez to arrive stateside soon, or find them now at select European Nike Sportswear stockists like Suppa.

The Nike Cortez Womens gets a delicious makeover this winter featuring its own take on the popular “Oreo” color scheme. Yep, that’s right, you can add another model to the list of sneakers in a blend of black and white, as this Air Max Zero features a mix of both hues on its mesh base with white Hyperfuse overlays and a black inner bootie. Get up close and personal with a good look at the latest Air Max Zero here, and if you like what you see, you can grab them online from Nike.com right now.

Tis the season for Nike Sportswear’s Timberland-inspired “Flax” regime to arrive at retail shelves. While the past two autumns we’ve seen a number of Nike’s best retros don the outdoorsman aesthetic, this year any announcement on a return to form has been noticeably absent from the release slate, until now. Today we get a look at the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit “Flax” which released in November 2015 exclusively in a men’s size run. Now NSW will be bringing back the head-turning take on Bruce Kilgore’s iconic basketball high-top for a women’s size run only this October.The Nike Air Force 1 High Flax features a subtle Flax suede tooling while a classic gum outsole unit adds to the lifestyle appeal. These were a huge hit last year and the previous year when the Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Flax” debuted, but do you think this Nike Air Force 1 High will have the same hype this Fall 2016 season? Check out more detailed shots below and stay tuned for a stateside release date right here on Sneaker News. If you can’t wait, international spots like Titolo have your size right now.