The Nike Lunar Flyknit Chukka “Wolf Grey” is officially set to release tomorrow, 6/22, at select Nike retailers. They will also be available online and you can cop them HERE on NikeStore.com at 8am EST on release day.
After getting an early look at Nike’s upcoming “4th of July Pack” yesterday, today Nike unveils the latest set of colorways of the Nike Air Max 90 HYP. The Nike Air Max 90 HYP “4th of July Pack” will see the modified Nike Air Max 90 model decked out in America’s Red, White and Blue. The monotone colorways of the Nike Air Max 90 HYP will release at very select NSW retailers on 6/29.
The Nike LeBron X Low is being featured in yet another colorway as the sneaker has been racking up in many different colorways. The Nike LeBron X Low is seen here in a primarily Dark Blue build with Red accents spotted throughout. The midsole of the sneaker is Sail while the outsole of the sneaker is decked out in an icy clear translucent rubber. The latest colorway of the Nike LeBron X Low may not have a set release date, but it’s available now at select Nike Basketball retailers.
Often relegated to the low cut model, the all-new Nike Air Force 1 Downtown Hi hits the scene in its debut colorway for men. The Nike Air Force 1 Downtown Hi is decked out in predominantly Cool Grey as the hue is spotted in the mesh and smooth glossy leather upper. The heel portion of the sneaker is in Midnight Navy with an interesting graphic print. The midsole is in Distance Blue while the outsole is in Midnight Navy. With a release date set for 6/29, you can look for the Nike Air Force 1 Downtown Hi to hit select NSW retailers for $145.
Fresh off of LeBron James’ second championship ring and the unveiling of the “Championship Pack”, the Nike LeBron X is enjoying its time in the spotlight. The Nike LeBron X is being unveiled now in the ‘Kay Yow’ colorway which is synonymous with the Kay Yow Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness initiative that Nike has expressed much interest in as of late. The sneaker features a Pink base with Black lining and Silver accents throughout. There is no word on a release but stayed tune for further information on the fate of the ‘Kay Yow’ Nike LeBron X.