You’ll then have exactly one hour to enter in your information for an opportunity to grab the first ever LeBron retro, and it’s worth noting that this will be an incredibly limited offering, so don’t miss your chance to grab the pair in the near future. Winners will be notified within 24 hours via email with purchasing instructions. Check out more detailed shots of the Nike Zoom Generation LeBron retro after the break and stay tuned for more of the latest Nike Basketball Release Dates right here on Sneaker News.UNKNWN Miami has a very special offering for the coming Nike Air Zoom Generation retro, slated to release at select retailers this Wednesday, January 25th for $175 USD. The first retro of a LeBron sneaker will be limited to some Tier Zero accounts and online retailers (we’re still updating a full store list, so wait on more coming details in the near future) but nothing will compare to UNKNWN Miami’s raffle featuring the Nike Zoom Generation First Game autographed by LeBron James.In order to enter, you have to be in the Miami area to stop by in-store to provide your email. You also have to follow on Instagram, like their post featuring the Nike Zoom Generation “First Game” raffle information, and then tag and in the comments section.
UNKNWN is also giving away more tickets with every $25 spent in-store. Raffle tickets are available today through Friday, January 27th. Winners will be called and emailed this Saturday. Full details are here.Check out more detailed shots at the limited offering and stay tuned for more Release Date updates right here on Sneaker News.Nike has a new running shoe: the Nike Free Hyperfeel.And it’s essentially a sock.The ultra-minimalist shoe is designed to deliver the most natural running motion ever possible with a pair of Nikes, in a similar way to the also-recently-announced Under Armour Speedform.And while our PR hyperbole sensors are usually set to ‘deflect’ when it comes to running shoes, this is a company that does have a recent history of genuine innovation.
So when Nike says that the Hyperfeel should “feel like an extension of the body by minimising layers between the foot and the ground”, you have to listen – even if talk of its new “amplified design” ethos does trigger your waffle alarm.Scientists in the Nike Sport Research Lab carefully studied which areas of the foot come into contact with the ground and absorb pressure, and which areas require traction. They used pressure-mapping technology and high-speed film to analyze the foot in motion.The result is Nike Free Hyperfeel, a shoe that mimics the intricate workings of the human foot: Lunarlon foam replicates cushioned pads under the foot. The outsole protects like hardened skin on the sole. Dynamic Flywire flexes and contracts, inspired by ligaments.