Nice Kicks is back with another Daily Drop deal, this time featuring one of Bo Jackson’s iconic training sneakers. Three different style codes of the Nike Air Trainer SC II are now available, each sporting complex color blocking and retro hues. The first makeup features a pure platinum and light crimson combo, while the accompanying takes are white/magenta and black/volt. Get any one of these three Bo Jack classics for only $90 at shopnicekicks for a limited time only.
Modern technology is integrated into a vintage design to create the Nike Air Pegasus ’89 “Woven”. The latest Nike model to receive aesthetic alteration, the Pegasus ’89 is one of the more notable editions of the long line. This updated rendition uses the same traditional nylon and suede composition on a majority of the mold, only with a woven toe box that stretches onto the medial panel. A combination of grey, purple and yellow make up the first previewed style code of the silhouette, which is expected to hit shelves next season. Tell us what you think of this evolved classic in the feedback box below, and keep weaving through Nice Kicks for any future information.
After an official release date was announced for the newest Nike Air Foamposite One earlier today, we have an up-close and personal look at the shimmering silhouette. This Metallic Silver/Volt color combination is the latest makeup of the wavy classic. Although this new premium style code still shines, it is a bit more subdued than recent renditions that have featured multicolored patterns and prints. A metallic silver upper is almost solid with a faint camo print, contrasted by a black ankle collar and inner lining and popped with volt accents throughout, most noticeably on the sole. Get a detailed look at the latest Foams in the gallery above, and get a pair March 1st from select Swoosh stockrooms, including shopnicekicks.
It’s hard to believe that the Nike Air Presto is already 14 years old, and now the revolutionary design is making a retro return for 2014. The lightweight silhouette was a game-changer at the turn of the century, and now comes back in original form all the way down to the colorway. Still modern in its appearance, this Presto uses a flexible grey upper, highlighted by red accents on the midsole and detailing throughout. Tell us if you used to have a pair and/or are getting the retro rendition this Spring in the comment section, and if you can’t wait then jump to SUPPA to get a pair today.
The newest colorway of the Nike Air Tech Challenge Huarache is as cool as Andre Agassi’s backswing. Returning with original DNA, but in a smooth new style code, the “Cool Grey” Tech Challenge Huarache refreshes a classic. Perforated cool grey nubuck panels compose the upper from the toe box to the Huarache ankle collar and heel tab. University blue is the feature color, seen on the neoprene sock liner, rear portion of the upper and on the outsole. White adds a third color on the laces and midsole, while Agassi’s retro print on the heel and and a speckled midsole keep it ’90s. Give us your feedback on this Tech Challenge below, and get served with a pair February 22nd for $130.
Gary Payton’s Nike Air Zoom Flight The Glove first hit retail in 1998, but after returning 15 years later in 2013, the sneaker is still used as a Kicks On Court performance shoe. On top of its hooping capabilities, The Glove has always been a popular wear outside of the gym as well. With a one-of-a-kind design that features a stretchable shroud that offers multiple looks. The latest retro colorway of the model is inspired by Payton’s tenure with the Miami Heat, where he won his only championship ring. With dark grey DNA and a vivid university red base with black and tour yellow accents, this fiery style code makes the model even more unique.
Browse through our latest On-Foot Look to get a full preview of how the Nike Air Zoom Flight The Glove “Miami Heat” will look when worn casually with different pants. Tell us how you’d pull them off in the feedback box at the bottom of the page, and get a pair today from select Nike Basketball retailers, including shopnicekicks, right now.
Inspired by retro Nike running styles, the Nike Internationalist has a vintage appearance in a modern fit. Two colorways of the lifestyle model are now available in contrasting colorways. Both style codes feature a mesh and nylon base, with suede overlays and a leather Swoosh. The first rendition is an old school color combo of a court blue base and a del sol yellow Swoosh, while the second makeup uses a dark pewter body and light crimson branding. Each of the two classic kits feature white midsoles and black outsoles for a timeless appearance, and both are available for an even $80 at shopnicekicks.