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Postby Jennifers » Mon Sep 04, 2017 6:03 am

A bit quiet within the Air Max family since the Air Max 97 and Air Max 1 have seemed to take over lately, the Nike Air Max Zero Mens is making a comeback this back-to-school season with a few new looks. The slightly more premium ‘SE’ (Special Edition) version of the shoe is arriving now in four new colorways, each featuring a slightly heathered knit-mesh base with seamless synthetic overlays. The color combinations include a White/Armory Blue version that is reminiscent of the original colorway, Dark Grey/Black, Light Bone/Black, and a “Bred”-like colorway in black and Tough Red.

Bruce Kilgore’s iconic 1980s basketball design, the Nike Air Force 1 High, has seen a renaissance like no other given the new premium creations like the Special Field Air Force 1 and an overall revamping to make the classic even more prepared for the streets. After previews of all-over logos, an upcoming “Wheat” variation for Fall 2017, and an SF-AF1 “Tiger Camo” featuring reflective 3M camouflage, today we see the Nike Air Force 1 High return in as dark denim tooling paired with a gum outsole perfect for the coming autumn season.

Lady Bay Area sports fans, have we got a sneaker for you. The Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit Low arrives for fall in a new colorway that you can definitely match to your Golden State Warriors gear, featuring a mix of black, yellow and white for the Flyknit upper accented with royal blue for the leather tongue. With a light and comfortable design thanks to the combination of Flyknit and the Ultra tooling, this might just be the perfect sneaker for any Warriors fan to rock to games this upcoming season. Find your pair now at select Nike Sportswear retailers or at Nike.com.

The Nike Cortez Womens is one of Nike’s most heralded silhouettes. It further cemented its iconic lifestyle history thanks to its cameo in Forrest Gump and now Nike Sportswear is updating the 1972 creation with its latest technology. While we’ve seen Roshe crossovers in the past, Ultra Moire-inspired lightweight tooling on the outsole, and more, the Nike Cortez Flyknit is a creation unlike any other in the 40 years of the Cortez. The woven Flyknit material adds a new slip-on construction for a modern twist with a new EVA midsole cushioning platform with just the right amount of leather touches near the laces, on the heel, and supporting the toecap. Select retailers are already stocking the Cortez Flyknit overseas with a wider release slated for the near future.

Showing no signs of slowing down is the Nike Air Max Zero, which arrives this spring in a number of new women’s colorways including the two Glacier Blue tinted versions you see here. Based off early design sketches of the original Air Max 1 by Tinker Hatfield and constructed with modern materials, the Air Max Zero gets two fresh looks for spring in unique color combinations of Glacier Blue with grey, black, and lime accents in a ripstop nylon upper or the standard mesh upper in Glacier Blue with Palm Green and black accents. Check each out in detail here, and find them now at select retailers like Rock City Kicks or straight from Nike.com.

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