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Nike’s On Air initiatives have resulted in quite a few diverse takes on oft-seen icons, with Lou Matheron’s vision of the technical Air VaporMax Plus grabbing influence from her everyday surroundings. Taking to the colors and materials spread across the construction grounds of a Parisian courthouse, the creative has presented a heavily neutral set of metallic greys with ornaments outdoing the toolings of the traditional kit. Bright yellow swooshes, which come quite literally bolted on to the profile of the synthetic upper, push hi-vis with overarching straps forgoing lace units in a connection to the ratchet fasteners found commonly along the site. Diagonally striped prints find themselves on the light blue elastic band across the tongue as well as the speciality insoles which prefer bold colors ripped directly from its muse. Grab an official look below and find these rolling out to select retailers as well as Nike.com on April 13th.
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Although the Air Max Plus was made famous by the streets, it’s a shoe that was in fact inspired by the beach, and Nike is taking the Plus’s insight a touch further with this new two-shoe “Palm Pack.” Designer Sean McDowell first conceptualized the shoe’s wavy plastic overlays while watching the palm trees sway in the evening breeze during a vacation in Florida, so a printed palm tree graphic appears on the upper of each sneaker. One pair offers a light greyish-green color while the other combines multiple shades of blue for a darker palette, but each features metallic silver overlays, a white midsole, and correspondingly colored cushioning units. However, if you look a little bit closer, you’ll see that each heel Air Max pod also uses a combo of red and orange on the medial side, a cheeky nod to the original “Sunset” colorway that helped kick things off all the way back in 1998.
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2019’s running of the London Marathon is going down at the end of this month, so to celebrate the Big Smoke’s annual 26.2, Nike is releasing a special Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo and a Vaporfly 4% Flyknit in conjunction with legendary British distance runner Sir Mo Farah. The Pegasus features a crisp red and white color scheme with black accents, while special detailing arrives via Farah’s signature “MoBot” logo on the tongue and a gold Union Jack logo on the heel that nods to his championship pedigree. No special detailing is present on the Vaporfly 4% Flyknit, but it does boast a race-ready sport red upper with stark black embellishments and a blue-to-red gradient fade on the upper half of the midsole. Geared for sustained speed over long distances, both shoes will release on Nike.com in April: the Pegasus on the 9th, followed by the Vaporfly 4% a week later on the 16th. Check out each shoe below, and be sure to keep your eye on the London Marathon this month, as Farah is set to duke it out with last year’s winner and fellow Nike athlete — the lightning-quick Eliud Kipchoge.
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Bright “Laser Fuchsia” colorways are playing a large part in Nike’s slate of springtime releases, and now the Air Max 720 is getting in on the fun, joining other silhouettes like the Vapormax Flyknit 3.0 and the Vapormax 2019. This kids-sized 720 takes the pack’s signature combo of white/bright pink but applies it in a different way. Instead of using white as the base and pink for the accents, it opts for a bold pink upper that offers an ever-so-slight gradient fade on the midfoot before giving way to “Phantom” white on the heel. The remaining real estate on these Nike shoes is all pink however, with the overlays, tongue, plastic midfoot clip, enormous Air Max cushioning unit, and outsole all dressed in the colorful tone. A release will occur on Nike.com in the coming weeks for $160 USD, so stay tuned for a specific date as we have it, and grab a detailed look below while you wait as well.