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Nike Lunaracer SFB – Available

August 5th, 2012 by | No comments

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How far is Nike’s Innovation Kitchen willing to push the envelope?  How about a retail release for a couple of Kevlar-reinforced military boots that’ve been Frankenstein’d with one of the running world’s most advanced space-foam cushioning platforms!  The Nike LunaRacer SFB has just arrived at select retailers in British Khaki and Dark Army colorways featuring Nike+-equipped LunarLon outsoles.  The result is a supremely comfortable and neck-breaking design that can rival any of Jeremy Scott’s most outlandish efforts, and you’ll find them in additional photos below before picking up a pair at Nike Sportswear dealers like Social Status.

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Nike Special Field Boot Chukka iD

April 11th, 2012 by | 3 comments

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Back in early 2009, Sneaker News first scooped you on the Nike SFB (then Special Forces Boot) at a time when it was unclear to whom these would be marketed.  The SFB has become a hit with combat officers and others who need the rugged protection of kevlar-sheathed leather, its midtop variant a great mix of that hardnosed appeal plus a potentially more wardrobe friendly shape.  And now just as it followed big brother SFB to market, the Nike Special Field Boot Chukka comes to NIKEiD so you can customize its unique design with your own choice of earthy colors and camouflage patterns.  A few sample pairs await your click below; which one looks most like what you’d create for your own pair at NIKEiD?

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Nike Lunaracer SFB

April 11th, 2012 by | 4 comments

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The Nike Special Field Boot hit NIKEiD a short while back, and while the Swoosh’s online customization service provided camouflage and color options to fit your own personal tastes, the Free-inspired sole remained this model’s only choice to date. Perhaps one day soon we’ll have another selection available in that process, because pictured above is the first step in that direction, the Nike Lunaracer SFB. This model replaces the barefoot-like bottoms for a LunarLon cushion borrowed from the series that first launched Nike’s Lunar foam four years ago in conjunction with the Beijing Olympics. The London Games are right around the corner, which suggests additional courses from the Nike Innovation Kitchen, so stick with Sneaker News to stay up to date and inspect some additional Lunaracer SFB images in the meantime. Photos: mita sneakers

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British Khaki/Desert

Dark Army/Dark Army

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Nike Special Field Boot iD Samples

January 28th, 2012 by | 5 comments

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Until pretty recently, the selection of colors and materials in heavy duty boots has been lacking outside of the always interesting trail shoe market.  But designs like workboots, duckboots and even combat boots have all seen their classic designs embraced and enhanced by sneaker manufacturers who have taken a jeet kun do approach, taking what works for their hybrids and enhancing them with new approaches.  The Nike SFB iD takes that aesthetic appeal that Nike Sportswear has mastered of late and applies it to the Swoosh’s world-beating service boot, and now you can even craft the Special Field Boot to your exact specifications on NIKEiD.  Sneaker News gave you a glimpse at the possibilities before the preview launched in mid-January, and with the launch on January 31st (along with the Air Max+ 2009 and a couple Zoom KD IV variations), you’ll be able to create your own pair like the new samples you’ll see after the jump below.

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Nike Special Field Boot iD

January 11th, 2012 by | 11 comments

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It’s changed the meaning of its acronym and offered three different variations on the base design, and now you can customize your very own SFBs on NIKEiD.  The Nike Special Forces Field Boot is coming up with a special preview engagement on the Swoosh’s online customization service, which means that starting next Tuesday, January 17th, you’ll be able to play around with combinations of colors, patterns and materials on the Free-soled tough-as-nails super-hightop.  Choose from a variety of earthy suedes as your base and either go tonal, high contrast or add a camouflage pattern on the quarter panel and tongue, and vivid laces add an extra degree of custom swag that’s been unprecedented to this point.  We’re excited by the potential of seeind other Nike boots available for iDing, and you can get your first taste of the SFB iD in advance of Tuesday’s preview, by clicking on the jump below.

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Nike SFB – Holiday 2011 Colorways

November 7th, 2011 by | 15 comments

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Nike started off on the track, but the ‘athlete’ can be found anywhere. Nike Sportswear introduced the Nike Special Field Boot in late 2009, offering a performance-driven alternative for the world’s athletes on the battlefield. Engineered for elite military personal, the Nike SFB was intended for first responders – those who relish the front line and perform at their peaks when needed the most. Lightweight, breathable, and stylish, the Nike SFB comes back this Holiday 2011 season in two brand new colorways – a tonal White and a rugged Medium Olive/Black, both of which are detailed below. Expect both new SFBs to hit select Nike Sportswear retailers this month.

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Nike SFB Special Forces Boot – Holiday 2011 Collection

October 13th, 2011 by | 9 comments

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The category of ‘athlete’ isn’t reserved just for individuals active in sports or exercise. An ‘athlete’ can be found in various every-day roles, whether in the military, law enforcement, first-response units, or anywhere else where a high athletic performance is paramount. the Nike Special Forces Boot Holiday 2011 Collection fills the need, using a military-issued boot design fortified with synthetic leather and Kevlar, and quick-drying, moisture wicking materials. The Nike SFB also weighs 50% less than traditional military boots, and combined with the Free-grooved sole, the Special Forces Boot allows the individual to be at the apex of his game. The entire Nike SFB Holiday 2011 Collection – three highs and one mid – is available right now at Nikestore, so check out the entire set below and let us know what you think.

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