November 1st, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Nike Sportswear’s lifestyle offerings are usually derived from existing basketball, running or casual styles, but here’s a case where we’re left wondering which are the influences behind its novel design? The Nike Trainer Clean Sweep sounds at first like it might be a cross-trainer, and from the looks of the extremely high silo with its unique tongue, maybe it could even be a wrestling/boxing-oriented choice. But you can’t deny the Air Force 1/early ’80s basketball influence in the overall design and especially the sole (its traction pegs akin to the AF1 Duckboot). This first black, Russet and Dark Grey pair has unlimited potential for the cold-weather months and is available now at Swoosh retailers including NikeStore.
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April 20th, 2012 by John Kim
The Gentry Humphrey era of Nike Sportswear has official arrived, with the honcho consistently showing off what’s coming down the pipeline in terms of new models. His latest sneaker rotation shown here features the all new Nike Trainer Clean Sweep, a shoe currently on deck for Holiday 2012. This particular colorway is not one we’ve been privy to yet, a pair of pure whites with a beautiful icy look on the nubbed outsole. Hit the jump to check out the rest of Humphrey’s recent wears which also include the Air Jordan XVI Low and an Air Force 1 he’s calling YoD (Year of the Dragon perhaps?) that Gentry has said will see a retail release.
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