Last year, the Nike LeBron X EXT flipped the game with its “Cork” colorway. The Jordan Spizike iD is set to take on the same styling, allowing wearers to restructure
Customization programs such as NIKEiD and miadidas have changed the way people choose their sneakers, offering more options and personalized makeups than ever before. A slew of notable silhouettes from multiple brands have hit consumer design studios in the past, but what would be the ultimate sneakers for NIKEiD? Dime Magazine has composed their list of 15 sneakers that they want to see on NIKEiD, which includes everything from the Nike Cortez to the Nike LeBron VIII. Tell us what you’d like to see on the customization site in the comment section below, and check out the list in its entirety to discover what they chose as numero uno at Dime.
Sent off in style, the North Carolina Tar Heels are set to wear NIKEiD Jordans for their Senior Night game. The Jordan CP3.VII and Jordan Super.Fly 2 are the marquee models for this range of personalized pairs. Argyle options take well to the UNC unis, while Camo, Chroma and team tone makeups also wear nicely on the performance models. Let us know if you’re feeling these NIKEiD Jordans for UNC in the comment section.
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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.
For those keeping track on Twitter, Nike has been full of surprises lately. Following the out-of-the-blue launch of the “Red October” Nike Air Yeezy 2s, NIKEiD is bringing new flavor to five featured silhouettes. The Nike LeBron 11, Nike Kobe 8, Nike KD VI, Nike Air Force 1 High and Nike Air Force 1 Low compose the new “Gumbo” collection. In line with All-Star Weekend, these New Orleans offerings see both men’s and women’s size runs of the sneakers, updated with the likes of glow-in-the-dark outsoles and graphic lining. The “Gumbo” collection is available now at NikeiD.
It appears that the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski isn’t falling off anytime soon. A “Paisley” iD option adds longevity to both low and mid models, offering bandana print in red and black fashion. Preview sample pics for this new Janoski iD option below. Look for the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski “Paisley” iD to launch on January 27th at NIKEiD.