Expected to release some time in the month of March, today we give you a detailed look at the upcoming Nike Air VaporMax.First unveiled during the Nike Innovation Summit that took place in March of 2016, this next generation of Air Max uses a Flyknit upper and eliminates the need for a foam midsole by replacing it with a new holistic VaporMax Air unit.Take a look at new images above and look for the Nike Air VaporMax to make its retail debut some time in March. Stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for updates.As the 25th Anniversary of NikeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Air Force 1 approaching, more and more images of different Air Force 1s leak out onto the web. This particular pair of Air Force 1 supreme featured a brown nubuck upper, with LeBronÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s portrait on the side of the sneakers.
Notice the midsoles, the air unit is a bit different to other Air Force 1s.Hopefully better images will leak out soon. Rumoured that these are part of the 25th Anniversary that will come out next year.Recently introduced in its new ultra flyknit iteration, the Nike Air Max Thea Ultra SE is now treated in another lifestyle finish of oatmeal for its latest colorway to kick off the new year.This variation exudes a premium aesthetic as well, with its upper composition bearing a reptilian-like textured pattern, while tonal suede accents are utilized for its Swooshes and rear mudguard panels.The versatile khaki hue simply covers its entire profile for a veratile finish, as it’s all adhered atop a matching full-length rubber sole unit.You can purchase this lifestyle pair at select Nike retailers overseas first, while a stateside release is expected soon.
Don’t worry you don’t have to blink, you’re not in the Twilight Zone. That’s what it probably felt like when you took a look at this new colorway of the Nike Air Force 1.Covered in Black throughout out the entire upper, this Nike Air Force 1 High is then accented by white speckling all throughout to give it an intergalactic look that reminds us of the opening credits of The Twilight Zone. Adding a bit more contrast is red/orange detailing on the tongue branding and the ankle strap. A white sole unit caps things off on this eye-catching colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 that can be found now at select retailers for $100.