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as we’ve already spotted the dotted
Topic Started: Oct 12 2017, 01:03 AM (16 Views)
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At this point with all the major Air Max releases in March, we might as well just call it Air Max month. Indeed, March 2017 sees everything from the return of the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 to the debut of the amazing VaporMax, which are only two of the noteworthy releases surrounding Air Max Day on the 26th. It looks like Nike has some more colorways of the flagship shoe for Air Max Day 2015 in store for us all, as well, with two new looks for the Nike Air Max Zero.Both new colorways feature similar simple color palettes in whites, blacks, and dark greys for the mesh and synthetic upper, and both also come with a pop of color—either bright red or Obsidian—for the visible Air unit. Take you pick, and expect the latest Air Max Zero releases soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike.com.

A bit quiet within the Air Max family since the Air Max 97 and Air Max 1 have seemed to take over lately, the Nike Air Max Zero Mens is making a comeback this back-to-school season with a few new looks. The slightly more premium ‘SE’ (Special Edition) version of the shoe is arriving now in four new colorways, each featuring a slightly heathered knit-mesh base with seamless synthetic overlays. The color combinations include a White/Armory Blue version that is reminiscent of the original colorway, Dark Grey/Black, Light Bone/Black, and a “Bred”-like colorway in black and Tough Red.

The “Flax” colorway returns to the Nike Air Force 1 High this fall, but that won’t be the only version of the shoe on the block with a nubuck upper and gum sole. Exclusively in kid’s sizing, the Air Force 1 High gets not a “wheat”, but an olive green nubuck upper complimented perfectly with a gum sole below. Also in a grey version, the Air Force 1 High for kids is available now at select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike.com.

Nike Sportswear is showing no signs of slowing down production of the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit, as we spot another new colorway for summer here today. The latest look features a primarily navy blue colorway with light blue and white blended into the detailed Flyknit weave. More white is found on the leather Swooshes to match the ‘Ultra’ midsole tooling. This navy and white Air Force 1 Flyknit Low will be available at select Nike Sportswear retailers soon.

It appears that polka dots will be a reoccurring motif for Nike in early 2015, as we’ve already spotted the dotted pattern on a number of models including the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski, the Nike KD7 EXT, and even a whole pack from Nike Sportswear dedicated to the pattern, aptly named the “Polka Dot Pack”. Now the Nike Cortez Womens gets in on the fun, with this special polka dotted edition just for the ladies. The “Polka Dot Swoosh” Cortez receives a perforated leather build in black, accented with white-dotted Wolf Grey for each Swoosh and heel tab for a playful and stylish take on the silhouette. Look for the “Polka Dot Swoosh” Cortez to arrive stateside soon, or find them now at select European Nike Sportswear stockists like Suppa.
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