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nike golf]Nike utilizes its OG “Safari” print on this new iteration of the LunarCharge. The low-tops then boast complementary touches of orange put in play to further liven up the sneaker, which is expected to arrive this spring.For more heat from the Swoosh, take a look at this fire purple colorway of the brand’s new Air VaporMax.

nike internationalistThe iconic 1986 marathon shoe — the Nike Air Sock Racer — is upgraded with the brand’s latest tech. Now incorporating a Flyknit-constructed upper for the very first time, the sleek silhouette is essentially lighter, more breathable and offers an improved fit. The sneaker’s original buckle closures are also modified with slightly thicker straps, while the collar features a lined pattern and it’s outfitted with an Ultra outsole that incorporates dual-density foam tooling, displaying a sipe pattern across.

nike juvenateWhen Converse unveiled the new and improved Chuck Taylor All-Star II back in 2015, it seemed there was little left to improve upon. Sure, fancy leather models and wacky colorways have dropped since, but the classic All-Star remains the ultimate go-to sneaker.But Nike, which owns Converse, seriously just upped the sneaker ante with its latest gamble: releasing the Chuck Taylor All-Star II in its proprietary Flyknit material.

nike flyknitOne of those 12 lucky airheads was Clément Balavoine, a French graphic designer who uses 3D software to build conceptual Nike sneakers. Clément’s design for Vote Forward was arguably one of the most wearable of the dozen, featuring a pared-back color scheme of black and white, with mixed design elements from the Air Max 90 and Air Max 97, and subtle GPS coordinates printed on the sole unit.

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