July 15th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
As was expected, Nike did plenty of celebrating sneaker wise for this weekend’s MLB All Star Game. There were two separate packs in fact: the Nike Red Apple collection, consisting of the Nike Air Huarache Pro Metal Low and Mid, the Nike Air Swingman MVP 2 and the Nike Free Trainer 5.0, and the Nike Bright Lights Big City Collection, a group that ends up a little more performance oriented with all its Nike Air Huarache Pro Metal and Nike Air Huarache Pro Metal Styles. Continue reading for high-res images of each model included in the expansive Nike Baseball New York City pack and keep in mind that a good lot of them are up for grabs right now on Nikestore.
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April 15th, 2013 by John Kim
Today marks Jackie Robinson Day – a momentous day in which Major League Baseball honors the accomplishments of Jackie Robinson with league-wide celebrations and the #42 seen on the back of every player’s uniform. This special colorway of the Nike Air Swingman MVP Cleat is inspired by Jackie Robinson’s past in the Army, with the “Come Out Fighting” mantra reflecting that of his tank battalion in World War II. Built off the same upper as the Nike Air Griffey Max 360 (which also released in this colorway), the Nike Air Swingman MVP “Jackie Robinson” Cleat has a military-inspired theme, with Army-style patches embroidered on the tongue, camouflage on the insole, and Jackie’s “42″ debossed onto the heel. These are available now at select Nike Baseball retailers like Dicks and will be worn by select players today, so check out the gallery below.
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