Two new Nike Air Max 1s channel the rare, 1970s-era Nike Night Track in Nike Sportswear‘s latest limited edition pack. Both AM1s recall the days when disco was king, as vibrant,
Where’s Tyra? The Nike Air Penny V is getting the Lil’ Penny treatment, and fans of the original add campaign are sure to love the honorary nod to the little man. “1/2″ tagging adorns the tongue on each sneaker in the pair, while the phrases “Livin Large” and “Knee High” adorn the heel tabs, respectively. Atomic red is the predominant color on this special “Lil’ Penny” release, with black and white serving as accent hues on the upper and midsole. Check out detailed images of the upcoming release up top, and let us know if you plan on copping in the comments.
Laser orange has infiltrated shopnicekicks.com, as a number of Nike Sportswear staples have hit the store outfitted in the bright accent hue. One of the latest Laser Orange-laden sneakers to release is the Nike Air Max 1 Essential Dark Grey/Laser Orange detailed in the video above. Perfect for the season with its mix of neutral and eye-catching tones, you can pick up your pair now for $100 here.
After joining the Twitterverse in December 2009, Nike Sportswear refrained from jumping on the initial bandwagon of the photo-sharing Instagram app. Today, the NSW division of the Swoosh decided to hitch a ride as they posted their first photo, featuring a SneakerBoot variation of the Nike Air Max 90. Given the nature of Nike Sportswear’s presence in the social media spectrum, exclusive news and release information are sure to be a product of their Instagram foray, so it’d be a good idea to hit the follow button now for @NikeSportswear.