Nike Air Presto releases have been few and far between in the US but Nike has a treat for Presto fans with the Nike Air Presto “Black/Cement” that is hitting retailers now. The “Black/Cement” Nike Air Presto features a Black upper and a speckled Cement Grey outsole. Look for these now at select Nike reatilers. Retail is $115.
Earlier today we got our first detailed look at the Nike LeBron 11 Low “Black/Gum” and now I can report that the sneaker has begun to hit select Nike retailers early. The official release date for the sneaker is 7/31 but if you are looking to get your hands on a pair early, start hitting up your local spots now. If you need new detailed pictures, check those out below.
Adding to the Nike Air Force 1 Low AC BR “Polarized Blue” and Nike Air Force 1 Low AC BR “Atomic Mango”, Nike is also set to release the Nike Air Force 1 Low AC BR “Turbo Green”. Part of later Summer “Gradient Pack”, the “Turbo Green” Nike Air Force 1 Low AC BR features a mix of Turbo Green to Polarized Blue gradient on the upper with White accents. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these now at select Nike retailers.
The Nike LeBron 11 Low is back for the end of the Summer in an all new Black/Gum flavor. The “Black/Gum” Nike LeBron 11 Low features a fully blacked out upper with a monochromatic animal print Swoosh and a vibrant animal print lining. The “Black/Gum” Nike LeBron 11 Low release date is set for 7/31. Check out the detailed pictures and be prepared for the release.
Nike is combining technologies once again as they are bringing Flyknit to the Nike Roshe Run NM. Not straying away from the look and feel that made the Nike Roshe Run a classic, the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run NM features the everything you’d expect from the Roshe Run NM with Flyknit infused into the upper. As part of their Nike Flyknit Roshe NM lineup, Nike is set to release the Nike Flyknit Roshe NM “Fireberry” which features a mix of Fireberry, Black, Total Orange, and White. Check out the pictures and stay tuned for more.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge II has had a huge year and Nike is adding GS exclusive flavor into the mix with the Nike Air Tech Challenge II GS “Metallic Cool Grey”. Taking a break from OG colorways like the Nike Air Tech Challenge II “Hot Lava” and the upcoming Nike Air Tech Challenge II “Backhand”, the Nike Air Tech Challenge II GS “” features a mix of Metallic Cool Grey, Black, Tour Yellow, Photo Blue, and Rave Pink. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these now at select Nike retailers.