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Nike Flyknit Free Trainer 3.0

October 28th, 2014 by | No comments

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Nike has always been known to fuse the best and brightest of their technological advancements with the most revered silhouettes in the Swoosh vault. The Flyknit Air Max is a shinning testament to that claim, as are others like the Free Flyknit Chukka. But today brings about a new fusion model, the Nike Flyknit Free Trainer 3.0. Not nearly a new silhouette nor are the components in which its paired, but when together, things get interesting, and fast. No info get one pricing or release date, but stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates and for now, check them out after the break and let us know what you think.

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A.P.C. x Nike Free OG ’14

October 23rd, 2014 by | No comments

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Nike and French apparel label A.P.C. are back at it with a brand new collaboration for the Holiday 2014 season. Spurning the more popular models that they’ve touched before, A.P.C. opts for the Nike Free OG ’14 re-issue that was brought back earlier this year. Their rendition brings forth its classic aesthetic of tonal color-blocking and rich suedes, with a stoic yet powerful grey sitting up top a white outsole. These are releasing in the coming weeks so take a look at the full shot below and stay tuned for official word on its release.

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Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max “Purple Suede”

October 22nd, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski is a successful enough sneaker in and of itself, so much so that Nike threw a bunch of tech advancements at the model by giving it a Free and Air Max combination outsole for the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max. The pair is definitely the most experimental¬†in nature of the Janoski series, as the upper has seen a number of patterns and materials, but this Purple Suede pair is simple enough to stand out amidst the craziness. Stay tuned for an upcoming release date, but if you can’t wait for this Janoski Max to arrive at retailers stateside, pick them up right now from The Good Will Out.

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Nike Free Run 2 – Metallic Silver – Black

October 18th, 2014 by | No comments

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We’re used to seeing the Nike Free Run+ 2 with that adopted “Split Sole” aesthetic, one that takes the eye away from the original construction of the fan-favorite Free runner and relies more on the colorway than the unique lines of the pre-existing sneaker. Then there’s always the option of Nike outfitting the shoe in a soft suede to give it a fall-ready mock up. That all changes today as the reflective trend has finally arrived to the Free Run 2. The shoe features that futuristic Metallic Silver throughout the monochromatic upper while a solid black hits the free outsole. Check out more of this shiny take on the Nike Free Run 2 after the break and grab a pair of this metallic runner today from retailers like Titolo.

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Nike Free Inneva Woven – Dark Grey – Cool Grey

October 12th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Free Inneva Woven is still going strong even after the Kanye bump has subsided after Yeezy left the brand for stripier pastures. The latest look keeps the tonal theme intact, this time opting for a black and grey aesthetic while hints of yellow hit the branding throughout for another win for the Free 5.0 outsole. What do you think of the latest lifestyle takedown of a free-baring sneaker? As always, we have a full look at the latest Inneva Woven, and know that they’re available in stores today.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Fascinating Flyknits

October 7th, 2014 by | No comments

nine at nine flyknits summary Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Fascinating Flyknits

When the Nike Flyknit technology was first introduced to the world in February of 2012, it was described as a “knit for performance to create running footwear that features only the essentials”. There were stats trotted out about the incredibly lightweight Flyknit Racer (5.6 ounces for a size 9) and plenty of words written about their second skin nature – a feeling that Nike has been trying to get at for decades now. Since that 2012 launch, Nike Flyknit has gone on to be a massive success, and has quickly spilled out of the running range that it was originally introduced with.

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Nike Free Flyknit Chukka – Mineral Teal – Dark Obsidian – Hyper Jade

October 5th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Flyknit Chukka series has completely skipped over the initial lunarlon outsole in lieu of the free outfitting, but for the most part, the sneaker has kept things simple with an all white bottom. Change is on its way though, as this Mineral Teal rendition keeps things on the cooler end of the color spectrum thanks to hints of grey throughout. We’ve seen the sneaker before, but with appearances at international retailers like Titolo, a US release should be on its way sooner rather than later. What do you think about the latest flyknit and free combination? Check out more photos after the click.

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