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Nike “Medal Stand” Pack

July 10th, 2012 by | No comments

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The whole point of the Olympic Games is to get to that highest center podium, and Nike Spportswear gear will be on display when Team USA athletes ascend to accept their medals.  The Nike ‘Medal Stand’ Pack is expected to arrive at NSW retailers in July, and with the London opening ceremonies just eighteen days away, patriotic sneakerheads will be looking to match the look of the world’s most elite athletes.  The Nike Air Force 1 Low anchors the collection and is joined by the Flyknit Trainer and Blazer Mid LR, and you can expect a huge array of apparel and gear to compliment their unique mix of red, white, navy and neon.  Have a closer look at the ‘Medal Stand’ collection after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for release info and more 2012 Olympic sneakers.

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Nike Unveils Team USA Olympic Medal Podium Gear

June 16th, 2012 by | 17 comments

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It isn’t at all MVPresumptuous that Nike has been designing their podium gear for USA Olympic athletes well in advance of the 2012 London Games.  Historically, the US is the most oft-golded nation, and as Global Olympic Creative Director Martin Lotti noted, “The world is watching and we want to make sure the athlete looks and feels good in celebration of their achievement.”  For the first time, the Swoosh is offering three distinct outfits for different sports, top-to-bottom outfits that bring together the style and comfort of modern warmups with some of Beaverton’s best footwear styles.  The track athletes as well as those from other traditional sports will suit up in the 21st C. Windrunner and Nike Flyknit Trainer, ballers of varying sorts should show up in the MKII Jacket and Air Force 1 Low and the rest (archery, boxing, cycling, etc.) are slated to accept their medals in the Varsity Bomber Classic and an equally updated classic in the LunarLon-cushioned Blazer Mid LR.  Check out these outfits and the sneakers up close below, let us know who’s got the winning look and stick with Sneaker News for more 2012 Olympic shoes and gear.

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Nike Flyknit Trainer – Volt – Black

May 21st, 2012 by | 2 comments

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With all the great new innovations unveiled in 2012, it’s been a true ‘leap’ year for Nike thus far. The Nike+ FuelBand, Nike+ Training and Basketball, all the Olympic goodies, and the NFL takeover make just a small bundle of all the great advancements made by Nike thus far, but none have been more praised by the shoe squad than FlyKnit, which debuted in limited quantities earlier this year. Sneaker News brought you a first-hand look at the release event that went down at 21 Mercer, and we filled you in on all the release info for this sure-fire classic-in-the-making; if you weren’t able to cop one of the limited pairs of the HTM collaborations, you can definitely snag one of the ‘GR’ drops that are slated for the coming months – let’s just hope this Volt/Black colorway is one of them! We’ll keep you on top of the nature of the future FlyKnit releases and whether or not this Volt colorway is a third drop of the HTM FlyKnit capsules, so check out another shot below and let us know what you think of this colorway. Photos: frgmt1

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Nike HTM Fly Knit Collection – Release Info

February 21st, 2012 by | 8 comments

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Today, Nike unveiled the state-of-the-art Fly Knit Technology and the Nike Flyknit Racer and Fly Knit Trainer, developed after four years of precision engineering and design. Unveiled alongside the Fly Knit debut was the Nike HTM Fly Knit Collection, designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker, a trio of innovative minds that has navigated Nike to unimaginable heights in creativity and design since 2002. Today, at 21 Mercer, a special showcase event was held for the new Flyknit Collection, with special guests Mark Parker and Hiroshi Fujiwara in attendance and participated in Q&A session while showing off some samples.

Three special colorways of the Nike Fly Knit Collection was set aside for a special set of the Nike Fly Knit; the White/Volt Trainer, each individually numbered from 1 to 100, were released today at a special invite-only release event at 21 Mercer, with the remaining stock being released to the public at 11 AM tomorrow. The Black Trainer will also release tomorrow at 11 AM. The limited edition Fly Knit Racer+ U.S. Track & Field edition in Blue will release on Saturday; this particular version was worn by Nike athletes during the Olympic qualifying trials in January, and will be placed on the international sporting spotlight this August, when Nike athletes will go for Gold during the 2012 Olympic Games. Continue reading for a detailed look at the Nike HTM Fly Knit Collection release event and showcase below and let us know what you think of Nike’s latest innovative touch.

Nike Lunar Fly Knit HTM NRG
White/Black-Volt
535089-103
02/22/12 – White + Black ($160)
02/25/12 – Blue

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Nike Introduces Flyknit Technology

February 21st, 2012 by | 4 comments

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Nike’s mission of building shoes from the ground up and around the anatomical shape of the human foot has been an endeavor that has been slowly perfected over the course of two decades. The goal of shaving off unnecessary weight and utilizing featherweight materials has been a concept evident as early as the Oregon Waffle, and even after thirty years of ideas and engineering, the all-new Nike Flyknit Racer shares the same epicenter of design keeping the pure needs of the racer at heart. Nike Flyknit technology is the result of a four-year mission of micro-engineering static properties into pliable materials, requiring an extensive team of programmers, engineers, and designers to create the proprietary technology needed to create the Flynit upper. The endgame? Creating the lightest, most precisely engineer running shoe Nike has ever made. Alongside the Nike Flyknit Racer (a marathon shoe), Nike will also release the Flyknit Trainer+, which weighs an astoundingly low 7.7 ounces. Expect the Nike Flyknit Racer and Flyknit Trainer+ to hit Nike retailers this July.

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