Retailing for $175 USD, you can expect each edition of Air Jordan 13 Low to be available at select Jordan Brand retailers upon each respective release.
Nike‘s iconic Air Max 95 and Air Huarache models have been fan favorites for over 20 years. This year, the Sergio Lozano and Tinker Hatfield designs get treated to a rich “Dusted Clay” rendition, which sees uppers boasting buttery nubuck, suede, mesh and canvas in a sophisticated brown and pink color scheme. The Air Max 95 model sits atop an off-white midsole with Max Air units and a black outsole, while the Huarache boasts a crisp white midsole and gum bottom sole. The Nike Air Max 95 and Air Huarache from the “Dusted Clay” pack retail for €159 EUR and €119 EUR (approximately $170 USD and $127 USD), respectively. Find them at Nike retailers such as SNKRS now.
Official images have surfaced of the Nike Air Flight Huarache Ultra following its initial reveal. The futuristic rendition of the Air Flight Huarache consists of a mesh toe box which is connected to a neoprene bootie from its midfoot to the heel. The original model’s heel caging makes a return as its lacing system is upgraded with a lace-lock sporting the nostalgic Huarache logo. Resting atop a reworked outsole, additional colorways join the OG white/black/purple/blue combination.
There’s no official date as to when we should expect the Nike Air Flight Huarache Ultra to launch, but stick with us and we’ll update you with information upon its availability.
While the Iniki Runner only debuted at the beginning of this year, adidas Originals is making a strong push to tie the fledgling silhouette back to the long heritage of the Three Stripes. Here, the “Pride of the ’70s” colorway sees the shoe rendered in the classic tones of off-white and blue upon nostalgic suede and mesh construction. However, modern technology finds its way into the shoe via a full-length BOOST midsole and a hidden sockfit lining. Look for the Iniki Runner to hit adidas Originals retailers worldwide on April 20.
Nike‘s mid-’90s Uptempo silhouette is getting a ton of love, with multiple releases and of course the highly-coveted Suptempo trio. Well the Swoosh will be releasing an Uptempo colorway this spring that fans can’t miss. The “Triple Black” iteration of the sneaker has a release date slated for April 15, and it features all-over black tooling with reflective 3M piping on the “Air” branding. With a retail price of $160 USD, are you going to try to cop?
Earlier today, Nike also unveiled a Scottie Pippen iteration of the Uptempo.
Warmer weather calls for lighter footwear which leads to Nike presenting its popular “Multicolor” theme on its Lunarepic Low Flyknit 2 silhouette. The lightweight model has quietly remained a favorite amongst runners and also doubles as an aesthetically pleasing casual shoe as well. Its white Lunarlon outsole supports a flexible Flyknit upper which hosts a mix of colors. You’ll also find grey mixed into the selection of colors as a fitting complement to its entire aesthetic.
Set to retail for $140 USD, the Nike LunarEpic Low 2 “Multicolor” is currently available at nike.com and select Swoosh retailers.