The Nike Hypervenom soccer boot launched last year, pairing the kind of innovative performance and striking good looks that induce envy from folks who simply have no need for cleats[…]
Category: Nike Free
The Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2014 collection launched three weeks ago, the latest series of Nike shoes designed by patients (or former patients) at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. But alas, two of[…]
The Nike Free OG, the model that pioneered Free technology upon its 2004 release, returned to some acclaim this past year, featuring slight performance updates but, by and large, remaining[…]
The Swoosh’s latest Special Project, the Free Inneva Tech, is poised to launch in a new look, a crisp, clean style that’s as fitting for summer simplicity as snowy stomping.
Nike prepares to add another Free-based training model to the mix, though the brand isn’t stopping with merely that one cutting-edge technology.
The calendar prepares to turn over once more, which means, even before the year changes, you can expect the new “annual” editions of various sneakers on shelves. The Air Max[…]
Highlighting the design language of one of Nike Sportswear’s most singular silhouettes, the Nike Free Inneva Tech Sequoia releases later this month; a celebration of innovation.
NikeLab, the Swoosh’s wildly creative arm that turns out eye-popping designs and breathtaking innovations, has revealed its latest Frankenstein’s monster, almost certainly the brand’s next instant-classic. Introducing the Nike Free Inneva[…]
Rounding out the 2014 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection is 14-year-old Tim Haarmann’s Nike Free 5.0 Doernbecher, a colorful homage to his favorite team.