Nike Elite

March 4, 2012 BY / 2

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New colorways of the above pictured model not only indicate its position at the front of the pack of a certain class of old school runners, but also the creeping pace at which Nike Sportswear has chosen to issue them. The once rare Nike Elite now seems poised for a serious retro run, these two new colorways today beat the trio we previewed last week to retail (expect those for Q2). Today’s releases have a fresh feel about them, one that differs from the simpler upcoming joints but still manages a timeless quality of its own. That same mix of time-tested freshness is on display with the ever popular bred colorway and another that captures the Knicks/Cavs look that’s been blowing up in recent months. Check out both of them up close after the jump and grab yours at NSW stores like SNS.

Nike Elite
Signal Blue/Old Royal-Neutral Grey-Team Orange
311082-405

Anthracite/Black-Neutral Grey-Action Red
311082-060

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The blacks are alright. Blues just look like something Moby would wear in 1996.

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nothing elite here

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