No Zoom Revis 2 on the way? No worries, there’s still a chance to see a few more Nike Zoom Revis colorways. Teasing fans of the silhouette with an unreleased mockup, Revis’s manager John Geiger let his followers get a glimpse a Jordan 2-inspired colorway. Mirroring the oft-overlooked signature, white tops off the kick, underlined by a black midsole with black and red accents throughout. Check out the translucent-bottomed kick up top and drop your thoughts on it down low in the comment section.
Nike Zoom Revis
The Nike Zoom Revis is the first football player-sponsored trainer since Michael Vick's Nike signature in the early 2000's. Endorsed by Darrelle Revis of the New York Jets, the initial release was overshadowed by the cornerback's torn ACL injury in 2012. Despite his injury, the Nike Zoom Revis has been a very strong seller at retail coming in a number of great colorways.
Last week, we wondered whether or not Darrelle Revis’ signature shoe from Nike Football would cross over to cleated form. This Sunday, we saw exactly that with the debut of the Nike Zoom Revis Cleat PE. A classic Black/White color palette is featured on this cleated signature, sporting a slightly lower cut and more minimal heel cup for snug fit and speed. Would you like to lace up the Nike Zoom Revis Cleat PE on the gridiron? Let us know in the comment section.
While release details for the Nike Zoom Revis EXT “Camo” have been hidden for sometime, the official launch date is now out of the bushes. Dressed in an ale brown leather upper and paneled by the popular print, this EXT edition from the Zoom Revis line is set to hit shopping carts soon. Look for the Nike Zoom Revis EXT “Camo” to launch on August 30th for $140.
“Green Suede” serves a sample colorway of the Nike Zoom Revis. Perhaps playing off the Jets colorway, this pair sports said theme on the upper with white gracing the branding, midsole and Flywire. Canvas composition corresponds with the marquee tone, appearing on the strap and extended toe box panel. Now a Buc, this Revis rendition will likely go unreleased. Check out a video of this Nike Zoom Revis sample below.
The Nike Zoom Revis “Camo” Sample sees the football favorite in streetwear style. A brown leather base plays off camo print paneling, set above a white midsole. Orange accents the branding and Flywire support, tagging the tongue and numeric notation. Check out picture and video from @mayday67 below and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates on this colorway.
Featuring 112 tags and recognizable styling, the DJ Clark Kent x Nike Zoom Revis “112″ is sure to have sneaker fans salivating. An elephant print strap helps this Revis makeup stand out alongside a healthy dose of 3M. Neon Swoosh branding, Dynamic Flywire and laces add to the head-turning design of this collaborative creation, shared in full by John Geiger tonight on Twitter and Instagram after a teaser image was first released. Would you cop the “112″ Zoom Revis if it became available to the masses? Let us know in the comment section after you check out all the picks of this sneaker below.