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Nike Free Powerlines+ “Olympic” – Release Info

September 7th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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As you’ve no doubt noticed the Olympic footwear from around Beaverton is still trickling out well past the conclusion of the games. Aside from those two Jordan Brand models wearing the USA colorways there’s also this, the Nike Free Powerlines+ sporting a more worldly Olympic makeup that should be hitting stores this weekend (the second of the sort if you’ll recall that ‘Gold Medal’ look). Stay with us after the jump for a full look at the Nike Free Powerlines+ ‘Olympic’ and keep in mind that Extra Butter will be dropping their pairs this Saturday, September 8th, with other NSW stockists likely following suit.

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atmos x Nike Free Powerlines+

August 13th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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While atmos may have cut their teeth in the collabo circuit cranking out retro models, their output as of late has leaned a bit more contemporary. First it was the Nike Air Max 95+ BB that proved they were ready to take on more recent models, and now it’s the Nike Free Powerlines+ that gets their touch. The sneaker dons a rainbow road look that is colorful enough to be in line with the Olympic fare we’ve seen as of late, but the starry touch down the front certainly isn’t a USA one so maybe it’s mere coincidence. Click through to check out their take on this modern runner and stay tuned for release on the atmos x Nike Free Powerlines+.

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Nike Free Powerlines+ “Gold Medal”

August 1st, 2012 by | 1 comment

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The Olympic Flag has featured five colored rings symbolizing the world’s participating continents since 1920, but there’s one color even more strongly associated with the world’s premier sporting event. The Olympics would be unrecognizable were it not for the lure of gold, and this new Nike Free Powerlines+ NRG release reminds us that you’re not just going to show up and take the top prize without plenty of preparation. These ‘Gold Medal’ Free Powerlines add navy sockliners and red accents along with a lightly speckled sole to bring together the winning Team USA look with this series’ trail leanings, and you can see the finished design in more photos below. The theme suggests these will be out before you know it, so stick with Sneaker News for updates and let us know how these compare to the other 2012 Olympic Nikes we’ve seen so far. Photos: atmos

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Metallic Gold/Sport Red-Black
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Nike Free Powerlines+ “Olympic”

August 1st, 2012 by | 1 comment

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Nike Sportswear has already confirmed the Air Force 1 Low, Flyknit Trainer, and Blazer Mid to be the official ‘Medal Stand’ footwear for any Team USA representative that achieves a top-3 finish in an event, but perhaps this Nike Free Powerlines would’ve been more fitting for the occasion. Like previous ‘Olympic’-driven colorways, this Free Powerlines features the five Olympic rings of blue, yellow, green, and red, with the fifith black ring acting as the primary base layer. Limited Edt in Asia has these in stock now, so check with your Nike Sportswear retailer soon for this great NRG-grade release!

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Nike Free Powerlines+ – Medium Grey – Midnight Fog

June 21st, 2012 by | No comments

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Even as Nike continues to raise the bar with lightweight synthetics, we’re seeing a surge of innovation in the more traditional woven materials. Nike Flyknit technology is hit with a major impact and will be on display at the London Olympics, and for those of us training for more modest goals, this new Nike Free design offers some of the same benefits. The Nike Free Powerlines+ is pictured above in its earthiest rendition yet, a Medium Grey and Midnight Fog mix that leans toward the organic side of things thanks to a chartreuse sockliner and heel strap. Have a closer look after the jump, let us know how these compare to earlier previews and grab yours from NikeStore.

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Medium Grey/Midnight Fog
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Nike Free Powerlines+ – Upcoming Colorways

June 7th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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The Nike FREE sole breathed new life into the Huarache and Footscape series earlier this year in addition to the latest Free Run+ release, but what about an entirely new design featuring that barefoot mimicking sole this summer? Look no further than the Nike Free Powerlines+, a unique design that relies on nylon ribbons for both eyelets and side panel support in a day when we’ve become accustomed to seeing Flywire in that spot. Beneath this ‘power line’ structure is a two-layered mesh not totally dissimilar from the moire-inducing stuff used on those aforementioned Huarache Frees, a feature that appears more prominent on the blue/orange edition than its Challenge Red counterpart. Examine both of those in greater detail after the jump, let us know how these compare to all the other Nike Frees on the market (what about the ‘Super Natural Ride’ options currently available on NIKEiD?) and stick with Sneaker News for US release info on these Q3 drops.  Photos: atmos

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525267-601 (Challenge Red)

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Nike Free Powerlines+ – Medium Grey – Black – Midnight Fog

May 29th, 2012 by | No comments

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Nike’s Flywire technology has wowed us in a variety of applications since its debut four years ago, but would it be shocking to learn that even this marvel of modern engineering might take the backseat to more traditional constructions in certain applications? Casual designs are the most obvious examples, but what about when you’re looking to recreate the light and airy feel of running barefoot? It turns out nylon ribbons can outperform Kevlar strands in select circumstances, one of which is manifested in the Nike Free Powerlines+. A minimalist running shoe whose eyelets are formed by the peaks of sequentially arranged triangular frames, the Powerlines+ applies the same principles utilized in Flywire designs in a way that meshes better with the two-toned base layer. This earthy pair can be seen up close after the jump below, and you can pre-order a pair in advance of the July release from Titolo.

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Medium Grey/Black-Midnight Fog
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