Refresh your rotation via a blast of summer color with the Nike Internationalist “Kumquat”. Inspired by retro Swoosh running styles, the Nike Internationalist sports a vintage look for lifestyle purposes. With casual energy, the model now lays back and takes on a colorful twist from a popular fruit. Combining a multitude of materials on the upper from suede and leather, to mesh and nylon, this traveler is dyed in kumquat orange across the entire upper. Summit white dresses the tongue, inner lining, and midsole, while a reflective silver tongue contributes contrast. A separate color pop is brought by military blue on the heel clips and tongue tags of this juicy Internationalist, which is available now at Nike.
The new Nike Air Huarache “Turbo Green” puts a new spin on the classic silhouette. Originally Nike’s premier running shoe, the Air Huarache was known for its bold hues and futuristic design. This brand new UK exclusive version of the model maintains the tradition of having bright coloration, but ups the ante with its materials. A white leather and neoprene base is accented by a patterned mesh toe box and a speckled midsole. Turbo green provides the necessary color splash, highlighting the outsole and complimenting black coloring on the iconic heel cage. Tell us what you think of this refreshing new style code in the comment section below, and jump to 43einhalb to snag a pair today.
Modern comfort boosts retro vibes on the new Nike Internationalist “Military Blue”. Designed to feel as good as an up-to-date cushioned sneaker, but with a vintage appearance on the exterior, the Nike Internationalist keeps the past peddling. Composition includes a mesh toe box that is fused with suede overlays, as well as a nylon sidewall and a leather Swoosh. This fresh style code uses military blue all over for a base, detailed with a silver Swoosh, venom green accents, and a white tongue and midsole. Get this retro-looking runner today at Nike.
Out of left field comes an unexpected player named the Nike Air Trainer Max ’94 “What the Trainer”. Following in the footsteps of the sought-after “What the Dunks” and “What the Kobe”, these Trainer Max ’94s maintain the whacky design that mashes up different styles all into one. This rendition uses black and purple as its feature tones, with a silver 3M mudguard covered in safari print and volt detailing throughout. Give us your feedback on this “What the Trainer” in the comment box below, and watch for these to release on March 19th from select Swoosh stockrooms, including MAJOR DC.
The Nike Air Presto was an innovator in the lightweight running movement, and now the model is making a heavy retro return. A squadron blue and vivid sulfur style code is the latest rendition of the ultra-low silhouette, making for a subtle makeup with a flash of color. The navy blue tone composes most of the Presto’s neoprene and mesh upper, as well as the flexible rubber cage and heel clip. Yellow completes the fab five colorway on the Swoosh branding and inner lining, all riding on top of a stadium grey midsole and black outsole. Swoop a pair today from Titolo.
Andre Agassi is back swinging. Although the tennis legend is not back on the tour, the new Nike Air Tech Challenge II “Clay Blue” continues the recent momentum of Agassi’s stellar sneakers. Both the Tech Challenge Huarache and ATC II have made retro returns in multiple colorways as of late, and this fresh style code is the next up. Maintaining its original DNA designed by Tinker Hatfield, the synthetic leather upper and visible two-piece Nike Air cushioning system take on a new set of electric colors on the paint splatter that is emblematic of Agassi’s powerful backhand. A white base houses the orange burst and clay blue details of this new style code of the classic, which will be available March 22nd for $120 at select NSW addresses.
Bo Jackson’s trainer takes a nocturnal trip to the wild side with the new Nike Air Trainer 1 Low ST “Black Safari”. The multi-sport superstar has seen an array of retros release of his personal endorsements as of late, but this new rendition sets itself apart. Using Jackson’s Nike Air Trainer 1 with a haircut, this design places the silhouette in black and red tones with the Swoosh safari print all over. A black base is detailed with red accents on the branding and outsole, while the natural pattern covers the upper on the heel, midfoot, and toe box panels. Give us your thoughts on this revamped classic in the comment box, and get a pair today from atmos.