Electric step in a pair of the new Nike Roshe Run NM “Volt”. This rendition of the popular minimalistic mold takes on a different design that is charged up with loud tones. The Roshe Run NM (Natural Motion) features a one-piece felt upper that rides on top of a slitted sole with flex grooves for ultimate flexibility. Two tones of volt color shine on the upper, with the darker shade on the Swoosh. Dark laces and a white sole both add contrast to this Roshe Run, which is available now at size?.
What started as a minimalistic design has become one of the most produced models from the Swoosh stock. The Nike Roshe Run originated as a simple silhouette, but has now been modified to produce a wide array of variations, with the latest being the Nike WMNS Roshe Run Print. This rendition for the upcoming summer uses the model’s original DNA, but is dyed in a fading gradient pattern from laser crimson pink to bright grape purple, top to bottom. Tell us what you think of this latest Roshe Run for the ladies in the feedback box below, and watch for the SKU to drop in the near future at select Nike Sportswear accounts.
After dropping in three colorways in 2013, the Nike LunarFly 306 is set to make a widespread run in 2014. The first upcoming colorway previewed is a Black/Volt style code that adds a hint of flare to the minimalistic silhouette. Composed of a breathable 360-mesh upper and a plush Lunarlon midsole, heel and mid-foot straps overlay for an adaptable fit. Detailing comes in the form of a blending Swoosh across the toe box and “Just Do It” printed in an extra large font on the cross straps. Black provides the base on this SKU, which is contrasted by volt underlays and midsoles. Tell us what you think of this lace-less LunarFly 306 in the feedback box, and watch for their bulk release in the coming months.
Looking to personalize your own pair of the Nike LunarGlide 5? A couple of new graphic options will be available for the model, with “Fractal” and “Heather” imagery set to spice up your custom color combination. Catch a glimpse of the new looks in the image above, and head to NIKEiD on Monday, February 24 to craft your kicks.
A refreshing new style code is implanted onto two of the Swoosh’s top striders to make up the Nike WMNS Running “DC” Collection. The dynamic duo of the modern Nike Flyknit Lunar2 and the classic Nike Pegasus 30 combine to produce the pack. Wolf grey bases with teal accents are contrasted by subtle black and white, creating a clean look for Spring. Tell us what you think of these DC ladies runners in the feedback box, and get either pair February 19th at select Nike retailers.
The featured sneaker in the new Undercover Gyakusou x Nike Collection for Spring 2014 is the Nike Lunar Speed AXL. Like the rest of the set, these AXLs are inspired by the battle of the two opposite emotions that come with running. Jun Takahashi’s struggle between joy and agony is represented with a yin-yang color blocking on either side of the Lunar Speed AXL. Dual-tone mesh uppers are texturized by tonal python embossed leather, coming in two specific colorways for each gender. Tell us what you think of these special edition runners in the feedback box, and mark your calendars for the launch of the entire collection on March 1st.