After re-releasing the Nike Night Track earlier this year, Nike is back with the Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse “Night Track Pack”. Taking inspiration from the mysterious Night Track runner, the Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse “Night Track Pack” features two flavors of the AM1 Hyperfuse dressed in the Night Track flavor which includes the Silver/Red colorway pictured in this post. The Silver/Red Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse “Night Track” features a Silver upper with Red accents and a glittery Red outsole. No word on a release date but we expect to see these hit retailers soon. Check out more below.
Adding to DJ Clark Kent and Nike SB’s collaborative collection, Nike SB is set to release the Nike SB Paul Rodriguez Hyperfuse Max x DJ Clark Kent “112”. Using Clark Kent’s trademark 112 palette, the “112” P-Rod Hyperfuse Max features an elephant print trim surrounding a Black upper with Volt accents. No word on a release date as of now but once we hear something it will be posted. Check out more below.
Ditching the traditionally bulky appearance of performance skater sneakers, Nike SB has constructed a more sleek silhouette for the Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max. The Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max features a Black Hyperfused upper with hits of White and Grey found on the Free sole where an Air Max unit is embedded. Available now at select Nike SB retailers, you can find the Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max for $125.
The Nike SB P-Rod line has played as a canvas for many extensions of the line throughout it’s now 7 season history. From Highs, to Lows, to Mids, the Nike SB P-Rod has done a lot. This time around though, Nike SB has taken it even further with the Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max. Instead of the usual skate specific look that we are used to getting from the P-Rod, the Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max features a high top boot-like look that combines the overall look and feel of the P-Rod 7 with Hyperfuse on the upper with a Nike Free forefoot and a Max Air unit in the heel. As part of their Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max lineup, Nike SB just releases the Nike SB P-Rod 7 Hyperfuse Max Pink Foil “Pink Foil” and it is available now HERE on CCS.
Released in 2009, the Nike Air Maxim 1 served as an update to the Nike Air Max 1 with changes coming in slight modifications to the sole and a trimmed down upper which was based in Flywire and synthetic materials. The Nike Air Maxim 1 will be back and updated once again as we’ll be introduced to the Nike Air Maxim 1 Hyperfuse. The Nike Air Maxim 1 Hyperfuse now bases the upper in the Hyperfuse technology with mesh having a huge presence on the silhouette. The sneaker will be offered in three colors (White/Red-Grey, White/Blue-Grey and White/Green-Grey) for the upcoming Spring season in 2014. Check back for official word on the release of the Nike Air Maxim 1 Hyperfuse.
The Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse QS Pack officially drops tomorrow, 9/14, at select Nike retailers. They will also be available HERE on NikeStore.com and HERE on Finishline.com at 8am EST on release day.
In addition to the Nike Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse “76ers” that we looked at earlier, Nike is also set to release the Nike Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse “OG”. Inspired by the OG Phoenix Suns flavor of the Nike Air Force Max CB 2, the Nike Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse “OG” features a combo of Black leather, White Hyperfuse, and Concord accents. The Nike Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse “OG” release date is set for 9/21. Check out more below.