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Nike Sportswear pulled out all of the stops for their first annual Air Max Day including the brand new nike air max zero femme (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-air-max/nike-air-max-zero), once just an initial sketch from Tinker Hatfield before the Nike Air Max 1 even came to fruition. Sure, Nike updated the silhouette with a number of modernised materials like a bolstered mesh, Tape seams, and more, but the shoe did keep the original patterns and Air Max system from Tinker’s original blueprint. Now almost three years later, the Air Max Zero remains to be an essential player in Nike’s Air Max collective and today we get a look at a women’s exclusive “Pure Platinum” colorway perfect for any occasion.

The new year brings us new Flyknit colorways to get excited about, like this vibrant look for the nike free flyknit femme pas cher (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-free/nike-flyknit). Almost able to be considered another of the popular “multicolor” renditions, this colorway comes in a base hue of Bright Crimson with Green Strike and Game Royal also present in its detailed weave. Black adds some contrast to the branding, tongue, and midsole to anchor the luminous colors, with the final result being one of the best looks for the Free Flyknit NSW we’ve seen yet. The future is definitely looking bright for Flyknit in 2016.

All the way back in 2004, mita sneakers designed a classic take on the Nike Air Force 1 now known to be the legendary “OnkoChishin” colorway. It was one of the most outrageous looks ever to grace the Air Force 1 Low thanks to ostrich skin, leather, nike dunk low femme (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-skateboard/nike-sb-dunk) black nubuck, and glossy green patent leather. Now Nike Sportswear is bringing back the look with this updated Nike Dunk Low set to arrive exclusively at mita sneakers, Nike Harajuku, and NikeLab MA5 on July 8th. The pair emulates the original “OnkoChinshin” in a new way, moving the green patent leather to the toe guard, adding metallic gold tumbled leather to the Swoosh, and moving the synthetic ostrich skin to the heel. What results is a nice recollection of the 2004 classic in a new and exciting way.

Staying as clean and cool as ever, the modern classic nike sb stefan janoski pas cher (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-skateboard/nike-sb-stefan) Janoski gets a new look in premium Anthracite suede. The smooth dark grey upper is accented with embossed Swooshes painted black and a contrasting solid white vulcanized sole below. The only problem with these will be deciding if you’ll start skating them. With a look this nice, you may want to keep them in the casual rotation. Pairs are available now at select Nike SB retailers including Premier.

The classic duckboot silhouette was introduced as a stylish footwear option that could protect against the elements. When Nike blended it with the nike lunar force 1 pas cher (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-lunar/nike-lunar-force-1), the response was positive and many called it one of the best altered AF1s ever. This late Fall, Nike will release a low-top version of the Lunar Force 1 Duckboot, which sorta goes against the anti-elements purpose because your ankles are completely exposed. Regardless, the molded upper, D-ring eyelets, and leather foxing makes these equally luxurious as they are useful. Expect a drop in October.

The popular lifestyle runner silhouette for the ladies, the nike air max thea femme pas cher (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-air-max/nike-air-max-thea), gets extra loud with this latest eye-blazing look in Cyber – Liquid Lime. Not Volt but close to it, the neon-colored Thea comes in a Cyber mesh and synthetic upper with almost tonal Liquid Lime soles and Swooshes. The vibrant Air Max Thea will be on hand at select Nike Sportswear retailers later this spring.

The nike air max 95 pas cher homme (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-air-max/nike-air-max-95) is currently the go-to retro model of choice for Nike Sportswear given the silhouette is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. The Swoosh upgraded the model with a number of premium releases adding suede and nubuck along with trendy shades that were more casual centric than the normal 90s vibrancy featured on the model. If you’re a fan of ‘Oatmeal’ sandy tonal options and the ever present pastel pink but wanted a different Air Max model, then we have some good news for you. The Air Max 95 will release in both Oatmeal and Prism Pink monochromatic suede options in the near future, each featuring a classic gum bottom and white midsole combination for a clean and simple look. Check out more detailed photos below and stay tuned for a Release Date in the near future.

The nike air max flyknit solde (http://www.airrun.fr/nike-air-max/nike-air-max-flyknit) has been a solid go-to for anyone who wanted to test out Nike’s Flyknit technology but usually stays rooted in the Swoosh’s patented Air Max technology and favors the 360-degree visible air bubble. The Nike Air Max Flyknit combined both for a head-turning new installment that’s lightweight but full of comfort. Today we get a look at a brand new Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color rendition that pairs accents of Medium Blue and Team Red for a purplish tint perfect for any occasion. The Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color benefits from a fully translucent midsole unit while an icy outsole adds a clean finish. Simple white branding and black laces allow for the random shades of Flyknit throughout to stand out.