Winding down to the final stages of its life cycle, the Nike Kyrie 6 is thrusting in another entry into its family tree this season, more specifically under its N7 line. For context, the Swoosh’s traditional output of N7 collections serve as cultural homages to that of Indigenous communities, Buy Jordan Soles and given that today, October 12th is Indigenous Peoples’ Day (formerly known as Columbus Day), this launch comes in a timely manner.Nike Kyrie 6 "N7" Evading from the bright tan uppers seen on the last Kyrie 6 N7 makeup, this newest take wraps its base constructions in a solid black hue, and complements this with appropriate tribal patterns that poke out in a blend of orange and pastel green across the mid-foot strap and lateral heel banner. Additional text-based accessories land across tongues which feature “HELA” which is Irving’s nickname in the Lakota language, and the N7 stamp on the left side, in addition to the call-to-action sentence of “In Every Deliberation We Must Consider The Impact Of Our Decisions On The Seventh Generation” that rests inside the aforementioned strap.
A day after LeBron James secured his fourth NBA championship and Finals MVP award, Sneakerheads 2020 has dropped some specialties to commemorate this event. In addition to the LeBron 7 “Media Day” re-release, the Swoosh has delivered a brand new colorway of the King’s newest signature shoe, the Nike LeBron 18. This Nike LeBron 18 Reflections Flip colorway inverts the black launch version that dropped in late September, alternating accent packages on the left and right shoe for an attractively unhinged color-blocking. These are available on Nike SNKRS to those with access, so check your account to see if you’ve unlocked this special release.
Nike Running’s output of product over the last couple of years has exceeded expectations much in part due to the RD behind the BREAKING2 initiative set forth by the late Sandy Bodecker and marathoner Eliud Kipchoge. Born from that crazy idea was the NEXT% series of cushioning, New Nike Air Force 1 with its principles yielding footwear models called the Vaporfly, Alphafly, and Tempo. It appears that the first and the last of these styles will be merged, combining the translucent upper of the Vaporfly and the signature sole of the Tempo. This particular iteration was spotted on Nike By You in the Philippines, so at the very least, Nike will be offering consumers, in addition to the standard Tempo NEXT% build, the option to add this specific translucent upper to the Tempo NEXT% sole. It’s still not confirmed if this hybrid model will be offered as an in-line product, so stay tuned as we learn more and we’ll update you when these become available for purchase stateside.