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2016 Nike Vision


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2016 Nike Vision Product Launch

NIKE Robotic Sneakers


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Based on the desires of intelligent humanoid robots, bulgarian artist Simeon Georgiev has taken NIKE‘s air max 1 and roshe run silhouettes and adapted them for the future. Both sneakers have been reworked to maintain their distinct lines and elements, evoking an additional sense of rigidity. The overall aesthetics boast clean and refined color panels, with lacing systems claimed to be more advanced than NIKE’s marty mcfly’s ‘back to the future concept shoes.

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Nike KD VI “Liger”


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The “Liger” edition of Kevin Durant‘s signature Nike KD VI is set to finally make its way to Nike Basketball retailers later this month. Sporting a can’t-miss Electric Green/Night Factor-Atomic Orange colorway, the low-top dons an equally bold print with tiger stripes and leopard spots throughout the gradient-emblazoned upper.

The McFly’s Are Back… And With POWER LACES.


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Back in 2011, Nike revealed a limited run of Back to the Future Part II-inspired sneakers. The edition, set at 1500 pairs, replicated the future 2015 Nike MAGs worn by Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly in the 1989 film, although lacked the movie’s “power laces” function. The whole lot went directly on eBay as part of a charity effort on the part of the Michael J. Fox Foundation.  Today, Nike designer Tinker Hatfield has revealed to Sole Collector that the company is getting ready to take another look at Marty’s shoes and will release functioning power laces next year.  “Are we gonna see power laces in 2015?” were Hatfield’s exact words. “To that, I say YES!”  Of course, there’s no word yet of how limited a production run Nike might target this time around nor is there any confirmation that the laces will appear on another replica of those specific shoes. That being said, Back to the Future fans may very soon have a chance to own the pair of shoes they’ve been dreaming about for 25 years.

NIKE Air Yeezy 2 ‘Red October’ Designed By Kanye West


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Designed by artist Kanye West, the shoe features a molded rear sculpted reptilian-influenced spike, locked down by an engineered strap to offer a greater sense of symmetry. The ‘Air Yeezy II Red October’s’ have been developed in an all red colorway, referencing the design of the ‘NIKE air tech challenge II tennis shoe outsole’, celebrating the NIKE cross training silhouettes with the addition of the molded forefoot strap. After months of delayed releases, NIKE officially launched the long-awaited ‘Air Yeezy II Red October’ as a surprise, instantly selling out 11 minutes after being announced via the @nikestore twitter page.

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NIKE+ Fuelband SE and NIKE+ Fuelband App


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NIKE has unveiled multiple innovations to its NIKE+ ecosystem; the NIKE+ fuelband SE – the newest version of the wearable exercise tracking device, which seamlessly connects users with a new cloud connected smartphone app – and the NIKE+ fuel lab, an evolution of its popular accelerator program. Originally launched in early 2012, the technology-packed bracelet tracks all day movement using ‘nikefuel’, a universal way to measure all kinds of activities—from a morning workout to a big night out. The system is designed to measure whole-body movement regardless of age, weight or gender – a built-in three-axis accelerometer detects motion all day long.

Nike Flyknit Air Max


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For the first time ever Nike have paired innovative Flyknit technology with the ultra-cushioned ride of the classic Air Max. Working alongside runners at the Nike Sports Research Lab, the designers were able to produce a lighter and more flexible shoe, using a redesign Waffle outsole for better traction, unique flex grooves to encourage a smoother transition, and integrated Flywire technology for additional support throughout the upper. The Nike Flyknit Air Max comes in two colourways – red/green for men and pink/orange for woman.

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Nike LeBron 11 Shoes


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Recently Nike unveiled its latest basketball signature shoe: the LeBron 11. With its incredible design, it blends all of the brand’s latest innovations (Hyperposite, Hyperfuse, Dynamic Flywire, Lunarlon, Nike Zoom) and only weighs 14.5 oz. Its upper provides protection, containment and responsiveness, while its bottom was deconstructed to position his foot much lower to the ground to better feel the court. The Lebron 11 will be released globally on October 12th.

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NIKEiD Releases the Hypervenom iD


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As star strikers Danny Welbeck, Isco, and Robert Lewandowski have all scored goals in Nike‘s flagship Hypervenom boot early in the 2013-2014 campaign, the three footballers have been chosen to celebrate “A Rare Breed of Attack” on NIKEiD – culminating in special custom editions of the boot for the players. Inspired by the likes of a panther, eagle, and scorpion, the three designs reflect each player’s style of attacking play and come decked out in team colors. Look for all three players to hit the pitch in a special edition boots and head on over to NIKEiD now to customize a pair of your own.

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“Nike Citrus” Watch Concept by Jacob Rynkiewicz


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Check out this interesting watch concept created by industrial designer from Chicago Jacob Rynkiewicz. Nike Citrus is a blind accessible sport watch that everyone can wear. The retail strategy is a buy-one, give-one setup that lets consumers help the blind to get their hands on this high-quality product.

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Nike Zoom Hyperflight Premium “China” Pack


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Nike has unveiled its full lineup of Zoom Hyperflights paying homage to China’s three largest cities: Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. The “China” pack offers three distinctive designs, with “Beijing: Lion” featuring a golden-copper synthetic upper and intricate weave patterns. The “Shanghai: Shark” references the famed port city with a silver-tone upper and aqua accents. ” Guangzhou: Tiger” features an orange and black tiger-stripe pattern inspired by the city’s dominance as a trade and manufacturing hub. The pack has already launched in China and will launch globally in early August.

NIKE Free Flyknit Running Shoes


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A new, more compressive NIKE flyknit construction in the shoe upper secures the runner’s foot to the shoe platform. The unique zoned performance mapping pattern of the NIKE flyknit upper is derived from insights on how pressure is exerted on the top of the foot. NIKE sport research lab scientists employed pressure-mapping technology to locate stress areas, and designers used the data to inform the new upper. Zones on the top of the foot have engineered stretch built to enable natural flex, while a tighter weave at the perimeter stabilizes the forefoot and heel. Additionally, elasticized construction fits securely around the ankle for a comfortable, secure fit. By knitting a one-piece upper, NIKE flyknit construction reduces NIKE’s typical upper waste by an average of 88 percent.

Sneakercube and Nike – Air Max Sunset Pack


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Kanye West And A.P.C Collaborating


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Jean Touitou and his classic Parisian clothing label A.P.C. have confirmed a long-rumoured partnership with rapper Kanye West. The capsule collection is presumed to consist of A.P.C.’s standard dry, unwashed, Japanese selvedge denim jeans with red themed labels to coincide with the cover artwork from his new album Yeezus. Kanye West is no stranger to the fashion world, having released his own collection and, most recently, working with Nike to produce the much-hyped Air Yeezy’s. A.P.C. have also worked with Nike, as well as Cahartt and Vanessa Seward, so it was only natural that the two would meet eventually.

NIKE HYPERVENOM – Deadly Breed


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Nike Football presents this short further hyping its new model, the Hypervenom — a boot that intends to capture the same agility displayed by the vicious alter-ego shown in the video. The Hypervenom intends to give the wearer a feeling closer to being barefoot in order to better feel the ball through the use of its NikeSkin material, which is a hybrid of composite materials and polyurethane. The new boots can be expected on the feet of the likes of  Neymar, Wayne Rooney, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robert Lewandowski and Danny Welbeck.

Nike Air Reinvented


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The Nike Air Max is proof that when revolution meets evolution, a dynasty is born. Momot collaboration with the Nike Air Max for creating new artwork concept.

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Paper Display – Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair


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Check out this Nike store display by the Finland-born, Amsterdam-based illustrator Kustaa Saksi before, but this time, it is his fantastical paper display at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair. The intricate and delicate display from 1120 stacks of A4-size paper (total of 700,000 sheets of paper) suspended from 44,000 points in the ceiling. Ceiling frescoes, church domes, altars – these were all part of the inspiration for Saksi and Wingårdh who concluded that paper is still them most commonly used means of communication and therefore the perfect material for the display.

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Nike Flyknit Lunar 1 Campaign


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A global campaign that represents both the future of running performance as well as the future of manufacturing lightweight, precision-fit footwear.

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Eduardo Salles


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Eduardo Salles was born in Mexico City, 1987. He is advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. And a professional procrastinator, he says. Ex Creative Director of Nike, Kit Kat and Red Cross Mexico. He has won awards as diverse as Cannes Lions (advertising), Walter Reuters prize (journalism) and Juan Rulfo Short Story Award (literature).

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They Keep You Alive


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Nike Air Max posters by London-based graphic designer Anton Burmistrov.

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Fascinating Manipulations by Christophe Huet


Take a look at fascinating images created by genius Photoshop retouch master from France, Christophe Huet. He is the one who creates the famous advertising for Playstation, Nike, Motorola, Surfrider Foundation, etc. His work is a perfect fusion between old-school photography and digital created composites. Somehow, he melts the thin barrier between reality and his own tortured imagination resulting in viscerally surreal images.

The Nike Fuel Bracelet.



The way to fitness has never been this fun. Featuring a system that rewards units called “NikeFuel,” based on calories burned and steps taken, the Nike+ FuelBand has a built-in accelerometer for sensing movements. Daily activities can be tracked by syncing in the bracelet through USB or bluetooth to the Nike+ website.  Learn more at Nike. Priced at $150.

Nike: Make It Count.


Inspirational quotes have been a more relevant topic than ever.  Anything that people can use to motivate themselves through these hard times is an attraction, and the folks over at Nike know it.  Their new #MakeItCount ad campaign showcases some of the hardest working athletes and the way they feel about their craft.  Check the method.

Nike LeBron 9 “Christmas” Editions.


Designed with colorful elements that evoke the yuletide spirit, the Nike LeBron 9 is back yet again for a festive installment. Featuring a predominately red exterior matched with green accents, they seem to dazzle in their shape much like St. Nick’s trusty sleigh does. While a release date and confirmation on places to purchase these sneakers are still being gathered, the price does indicate that it will take $170 USD to put these under your tree.

The Bonsai 420 Shoe.


The Todd Bratrud-designed series of “420″ inspired shoes has become a Nike SB springtime tradition. And several Bratrud designs in the series – Cheech & Chong, the Skunk Dunk, have been among the most sought-after SB releases in recent years. For 420 2012, Nike SB has given Bratrud the boat shoe-derived Stefan Janoski to work with – a shoe which already has some history with reefer culture. The California-based artist has taken the gum-rubber sole used on some of the more popular Janoski releases, and matched it to a bone suede upper. Hunter green serves as the complimentary color, used for piping on the midsole and upper, and for laces and tongue tag. Overall, less of a heady vibe than the past Bratrud 420 designs – Nike did catch some mild flak for the Cheech & Chong release – but by any measure a solid release for fans of the Janoski. Check out images after the jump, and stay tuned for a release in late April 2012.