We’ve taken a closer look at some of our latest and greatest products from Nike currently available from size? across all categories. To kick the year off we’ve had a recent delivery of some of the best vintage styles the brand has to offer, giving you a bit of a taste of what we’ve got coming up as the year progresses. Sitting alongside these icons are modern day favourites that have taken the DNA from days gone by and injected a new lease of life into them with the most up to date technologies and materials. Additionally, Nike’s apparel and accessories output is just as strong as the footwear, with new iterations of their celebrated Tech Fleece arriving as well as some great essential accessories.
Nike Air Max 95 Ultra Essential – Shop Here
Sergio Lozano’s revolutionary runner from 1995 receives an allover update after a strong 22 years in the limelight. A lightweight, carved out Ultra midsole replaces the original but still contains the 95’s signature air units, the most air found in a shoe upon its introduction in its namesake year. A no-sew ‘fused’ construction switches out the original suede gradient panels, continuing the theme of lightness present throughout that Nike are running with at the moment.
Nike Tech Fleece Windrunner and Track Pant – Shop Here
The Tech Pack is always an exciting apparel collection to look forward to every time it’s refereshed seasonally. Wether it be the introduction of new colourways of fleece, or experimentation with new cuts and shapes both in menswear and on the women’s side. Taking elements from classic Nike apparel pieces such as the signature ‘V’ chest detailing of the iconic Windrunner jacket, Tech Fleece always pushes the boundaries of how sportswear influenced lifestyle apparel should be made and designed.
Nike Air Force 1 Ultraforce Mid – Shop Here
Siting alongside the Air Max updates we mentioned previously, Nike have always applied an experimental approach to Bruce Kilgore’s basketball icon from 1982, the Air Force 1. Originally kitted out with an ankle strap for added support on the court, this latest rendition of the Air Force 1 Mid sees various elements of it stripped out and replaced by much lighter components. The loss of the strap means support comes in the form of a neoprene fitted sock that will keep your foot in place inside the upper, with extra pull tabs added for ease of entry. Ultra midsole moulding finds it’s way onto this release, carving out the recognisable pivot point of the outsole which players would use to make quick sharp turns on the court. It’ll be interesting to see how this application develops further throughout the year.
Nike Cheyenne 3.0 Backpack – Shop Now
One of the most recognisable backpacks from the Nike Accessories range, the Cheyenne is a style that makes an appearance in a new guise every season, serving as a blueprint of sorts to demonstrate how a bag should look. This newest monochrome update features internal pockets designed to keep your valuables safe, and contoured shoulder straps designed to work with your body to ensure the best fit.
Womens Nike Air Max 90 Premium – Shop Now
Reimagining Tinker Hatfields vibrant runner from 1990 for a more feminine audience for 2017, the signature Mesh and suede upper has been updated with a textural faux crocodile skin adorning the panels and mudguard. Featured around the heel and toebox, a tougher, smoother, high quality leather has been used that compliments the dark tones found on the croc. Sitting in stark contrast to it’s original performance outing, this latest iteration is the perfect accent to a clean outfit.
Nike Windbreaker Jacket – Shop Now
The Windrunner is undoubtedly the first Nike jacket that comes to mind when discussing outerwear products from the brand. It’s served as the foundation for many an innovative product, and it’s influence finds it’s way into the designs of even the most up to date product. A lightweight zip-up piece designed to protect you from the wind while out running, it’s still capable of holding its own out on the track or on the road in the present day.
Nike Air Footscape Woven – Shop Now
First releasing in a more limited capacity via the HTM line, the Footscape Woven took the DNA of it’s predecessor from 1995 and enhanced it further, adding the element of movement and free motion with a new and improved midsole tooling. The woven treatment that wraps around the entire shoe pays homage to 2000’s innovative Air Woven, a shoe who’s upper was comprised completely out of interwoven threads of material. As with the original Footscape shape, the Footscape Woven divides opinion greatly with it’s eccentric appearance, and despite the amount of details on it it’s an incredibly comfortable shoe.
Nike Run Swoosh Curved Peak Cap – Shop Now
Styles progress over time, and the last year or so has seen a real resurgence in the wearing of the ‘curved peak’. Once only really seen within the sporting world, it definitely has a strong presence on the street across the globe. Nike’s latest Run Swoosh cap makes use of the brands bold recognisable branding by making it as large as possible across each side area of the five-panel construction.
Nike Flyknit Air Max – Shop Now
The pinnacle of Nike’s technical lifestyle runners, this products brings together years of Air Max engineering which explored the realms of comfort, and combined it with the most recent innovation in upper material development, the lightweight Flyknit weave. The production process behind Flyknit means designers are capable of creating specific areas on the upper where flexibility is key, just by means of programming how the pattern is laid out.
Nike Cortez Leather Premium – Shop Now
A lifestyle take on one of Nike’s hero shoes from the archive, this interpretation probably wouldn’t feel at home on the track! Suited up in a premium full leather upper across the board, the signature fat belly swoosh normally found on the side as a flat leather panel has been replaced by an interesting 3D embroidered logo instead, a really smart addition to a veteran product. Tan leather accents have been added to the tongue logo and rear heeltab, and a light gum outsole finishes off the lifestyle presentation perfectly.
Nike ADV Knit Track Pant – Shop Now
A textured alteration to Nike’s celebrated Tech Fleece pack we discussed previously, this latest ADV product bridges the gap between fleece and the premium Tech Knit light that incorporates the latest Nike technologies to create the best apparel product possible.
Womens Nike Air Force 1 Upstep LX – Shop Now
A luxury take on the basketball classic, this premium version of the Air Force 1 comes in two soft pastel tones. Using a technique called stitch and turn, each panel across the upper sits comfotably next to one another to almost create a smooth one piece surface. A soft suede covers the entirety of the shoe, and finishing details include a clean gum outsole, premium lace tips and embossed branding on the tongue tab.
Nike Waffle Racer – Shop Now
Sitting at the other end of the scale to the Air Max and Flyknit product ranges is the legendary Waffle Racer. One of Nike’s flagship products from the late 70’s era of products, it originally spent it’s life on the track, making use of the ridged outsole design developed by Bill Bowerman by using his wife’s waffle iron to create a new form of grip. It makes it’s return this year in four introductory colours that hark back to the golden years of running footwear, when things were much simpler.