Back in 1982, Nike and Wieden+Kennedy weren’t quite household names. Since then, things have changed. Today, the W+K unearthered Nike’s first-ever nationally broadcasted commercials. Debuted during the New York City
Nike Running has trekked a long way since the company
Three men’s and three women’s colorways of the Nike Free Flyknit are available now at shopnicekicks.com. Featuring a second-skin Flyknit upper and Dynamic Flywire support, the latest running shoe to feature Free technology from the Swoosh hugs your foot like no sneaker before. Priced at $160, don’t miss out on the first batch of Nike Free Flyknit colorways, now available at shopnicekicks.com.
Lunarlon cushioning has made its way onto another classic Nike model. The Nike Lunar Pegasus 89 “Dark Armory Blue” employs the lightweight cushion technology in the midsole. That springy midsole features a three-color scheme with yellow on the rear portion, followed by beige and off-white. Armory navy cloaks the mesh and perforated nylon that composes the uppers. The unique composition of the upper keeps the overall weight of the shoe low for a comfortable ride. Bright hits of color around the ankle collar and the stitching provide just enough contrast to make this Nike running shoe a head turner.
Nike Running first introduced the Nike Air Pegasus way back in 1983. Thirty years later, the silhouette returns to retailers in a number of colorways, including the Nike Air Pegasus ’83 White/Anthracite. Anthracite grey suede traces the toe and lace eyelets, which lie over nylon mesh. The same white nylon mesh cloaks the tongue. The black leather Swoosh branding provides just enough contrast to balance the upper, which sits atop a white and sand colored split midsole. Even three decades after its initial release, the Pegasus is still a great addition to any rotation. The Nike Air Pegasus ’83 White/Anthracite is available now at select retailers, including size?.