With quite a few releases already under its belt, the Nike Tiempo ’94 is showing no signs of slowing down, as a Quickstrike drop is just around the corner. All black mesh teams up with a tonal black sole, blue heel, and yellow Swooshes for this “City” QS that is slated to arrive at select retailers next week. Representing the football-popular city of Paris, the black, yellow and blue Nike Tiempo ’94 “City” QS will be available at on atmos April 29th.
Despite the woven sneaker category having added a few new silhouettes to the family, the Nike Roshe Run is still just as popular as it was when it first released. Toting a list of colorways that continues to grow, another new version has joined the ranks. With a vibrant geranium flowing throughout its synthetic woven upper, light base grey can be found on the laces, tongue and sole. The Light Base Grey/Geranium Nike Roshe Run is now available at END for £69 ($116).
According to the Instagram account of Stephane Ashpool (of Pigalle), something special from the Parisian brand and Nike is on the way. What exactly is coming, however, remains to be seen, as the cryptic teaser leaves virtually all of the details undisclosed. Which ‘Nike Air’ product will get the Pigalle treatment? Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates on the impending collaboration.
Individuals looking to purchase one of the high energy releases from Nike today, such as the Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″ or Nike Kobe 9 Elite “Perspective”, encountered a new checkout step from Confident Technologies meant to counter bots. Purchasers were asked to match words to pictures in order to verify they were a real person prior to checkout, an image of which you can see in the photo above shared by @TinoTheFilipino on Twitter. While it is not known which future releases will employ this image-based authentication process, consumers can be sure Nike will continue to explore ways to battle sneaker bots. Are you a fan of the photo verification step? Let us know in the comment section.