Air Max Day is already over but Nike’s still celebrating with a new Air Max 90 in “Team Red.” Florals have been a popular sneaker design in 2017, seen on the UNDERCOVER x Vault by Vans collab and a YEEZY BOOST 350 “Cherry Blossom” custom.
Flowers bloom all-over the dark red suede and leather upper. The deep red is a welcome change to pink – royal but still delicate. It contrasts against a white midsole with matching red lacing to boot.
Floral pairs are available now in select Nike stockists like atmos at $110 USD.
Although many safari print sneakers can be a little too ostentatious, Nike has now dropped an elegant take on the motif via a new Air Max 95 rework. In place of flashy pattern work, the off-white silhouette highlights subdued safari-inspired speckling instead. Constructed with segments in suede and mesh, the range of textures creates subtle variations complemented by the monochromatic palette. Rounding off the look is a stark white midsole — which houses the iconic Air Max bubble — and color-matching, round laces.
You can shop the new Nike Air Max 95 now at select stockists such as size? for £115 GBP (approximately $145 USD).
Take Your First Look at Pharrell's Pink-Soled Human Race Sneaker
Early in March Pharrell debuted a new adidas Originals Human Race sneaker inspired by the Stan Smith – it’s no longer the Hu NMD we’ve come to know and love. First up to be teased was a ”White/Green“ iteration, then “Teal/Pink” and now “Tan/Pink.”
“Tan/Pink” gets a woven nude Primeknit upper over a marbled pink midsole unit that is not BOOST. Instead, the sole is embossed with a diamond pattern. Green on the rear panel and black lacing complete.
There’s no release date on any Human Race colorway yet, but it’s expected to be sometime this year. Take a closer look up above.
A while ago, we’ve seen the Air Jordan 1 High covered in a beautiful, pastel pink shade. And now, the Air Jordan 1 Mid silhouette also receives the spring-ready treatment.
As part of the upcoming Easter drop, the women’s exclusive shoe sees a light pink upper constructed with canvas. The iconic Jumpman logo is embroidered on the heel, while Nike’s signature Swoosh branding can be seen from the side panel. All these sit atop a clean, white sole unit. Have a closer look at the shoe by browsing the gallery above.
As of right now, there’s no word on the exact release date of this pair. Be sure to stay with us for more updates.
The Hiroshi Fujiwara-designed Nike Air Max LD-Zero is returning in “Pearl Pink.” Another new iteration in light grey is also coming – but will release with the Air Max Day collection on March 26.
The same LD-Zero tech is present – coupling a LD-1000-inspired upper with 360-degree Air Max cushioning – but painted over in pink. The mesh and leather design in a subtle coloration make “Pearl Pink” a must-cop. No word yet on a release date or price but stay tuned.
The Nike Air Force 1 CMFT TC SP gets a fresh new cover sporting a “Sail” upper with a matching mesh toe box. This premium model has a padded leather inner bootie for comfort with extra perforations in the side panel for added breathability. The Swoosh is covered in “Sail” leather while the midsole remains a clean white.
This pair is available now at KITH locations for $220 USD. Take a closer look at the decked-out model in the gallery above.