Paying tribute to the original July 20, 1969 moon landing, Nike is set to release the Nike Air Max Lunar90 “Moon Landing”. Inspired by Neil Armstrong’s “giant leap for mankind”, the “Moon Landing” Air Max Lunar90 features a reflective moon printed upper sitting on a speckled Grey and Black sole and American flag hits on the heels of each sneaker. Check out the detailed pictures and be ready for the Nike Air Max Lunar90 “Moon Landing” release date which is set for Sunday, 7/20, at select Nike retailers.
After surfacing a couple of months back, we finally have a confirmed release date for the Nike Air Trainer 2 “Barry Sanders” and that release date is set for 7/26. The sneaker will be available at select Nike retailers including NikeStore.com for a retail price of $120. Check out more detailed pictures HERE.
Adding to their Summer NikeLab releases, Nike is set to release the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM “Volt” this weekend. Designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker, the “Volt” Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM is inspired by the Nike Mercurial Superfly boot and features a Volt Flyknit woven upper, a Grey heel counter, and a White Free outsole. Check out the official image and press release and look for these to drop on NikeLab.com on 7/12.