I never felt like the Lunar Fly 306 got its due. It’s done OK for itself, sure, but the unique laceless styling, lightweight comfort-first construction and odd retro feel elicited[...]
Category: Nike Free
A true classic of Nike Running — it pioneered Nike Free technology back in 2004 — the Nike Free OG was appropriated by Nike Sportswear this year for its long-overdue[...]
The latest masterpiece from the singularly creative mind of Nathan VanHook is set to launch in a unique new style; call it the Nike Free Orbit II Polka Dot pack.
Well-received as a performance model upon its debut earlier this year, the Free Trainer 5.0 increases its fashion bona fides with its latest, swapping out the shoe’s usual lightweight, breathable[...]
Flyknit once more comes to your ankles — cause, y’know, most Flyknit models are lowtop — on a new colorway of the technology’s Free Chukka iteration.
Yesterday we debuted the Nike Free Chukka Leather, a new silhouette that blends Nike’s signature performance features — perforated breathable upper; Free 3.0 sole unit — with high-fashion sensibilities, such[...]
Yesterday, we foretold of its coming. Today (ominous drumroll), we get a detailed first look. Behold, the Nike Free SB!
Nike Skateboarding appears set to appropriate another acclaimed Nike Running performance technology. You’ve seen Lunarlon cushioning and both Max and Zoom Air, and even a full on Air Huarache-inspired model,[...]
The uniquely constructed, unanimously acclaimed Free Inneva Woven appears poised to launch once again, a long overdue return for the performance-driven lifestyle model.