The next rendition of the Nike Air VaporMax has been officially unveiled. Today we take a look at the brand new model dubbed the Nike Air VaporMax CS.This new version of the Nike Air VaporMax model opts to remove the Flyknit construction of the upper in favor of one that’s made out of mesh and synthetic. Although most of us would not consider this an upgrade, the change of construction will also result is a lower MSRP. The rest of the shoe appears to remain untouched. This particular pair comes in a Black upper contrast by the Orange and Red hues found throughout, including the Air Max sole. Take a look at the official images above and stay tuned to find out when these get a release date. Thoughts?Next up for the Nike Air Max Zero is this brand new “Bordeaux” colorway consisting of a Bordeaux, Velvet Brown, Bright Cactus and Black color scheme.Nike Air Max Zeros don’t fly off shelves like they once did, but that doesn’t mean you or I should be sleeping on them. This new colorway is ideal for the Fall season as the Bordeaux hue takes care of the majority of the upper. The speckled sole and the two-toned laces give the shoe some added aesthetics that we’re pretty sure you’re going to enjoy once you put them on-feet. The lightweight upper and the Ultra sole assures that your feet will be more than comfy every time you put these on your feet. No release date yet, but expect them to release in the very near future for the retail price of $130.
The Nike Air Max 2017 is getting ready for fall with its new cargo khaki color scheme. The runner features a one-piece ventilated Flymesh upper with a moulded foam wrap, plush collar and flexible cushioning that is colored in green with black accents on the swooshes, laces, lining and piping on the midsole. A translucent Air Max sole completes the bold two-tone design altogether.Look for the Nike Air Max 2017 Cargo Khaki at select Nike stores and online today. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 6 Low GS Sunblush hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.The 20th Anniversary of the Nike Air Max 97 is celebrated once again this year with a collaboration featuring LA’s Undefeated. The shoe’s unique look consists of a black upper with a red and green side panel that pays tribute to the sneaker’s connection to Italy. On the two tones surrounding the shoe are Undefeated branding in white text, while dual branded insoles complete the collaborative design altogether.
Retailing for a price tag of $180, look for this colorway of the Nike Air Max 97 Undefeated at UNDFTD on September 16th with a global launch of the black colorway to follow on September 21st. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 6 Low GS Sunblush hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.The Nike Air More Uptempo Light Bone made its debut overseas earlier this summer and it’s finally releasing nationwide this week. The classic basketball shoe simply features a clean leather upper with the model’s “AIR” lettering on the sides outlined in white. Other details include textile lining, perforations and swooshes on the toe box and heel. A matching rubber sole with Air units in the midsole complete the design nicely.Look for the Nike Air More Uptempo Light Bone at select Nike stores and online on September 15 for a retail price tag of $160. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 6 Low GS Sunblush hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.