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Nike‘s Air VaporMax Utility Flyknit receives a clean makeover for the warm weather, dubbed “Light Bone/Summit White.” A black heel panel contrasts with a lighter-hued midsole and upper, blending the knit detailing and straps with light beige detailing. Matching shades on the laces and clear Air outsole complement the muted design, with contrasting orange detailing appearing on the heel pull tab and as tabs on the forefoot, offering a subtle pop of color against the otherwise understated upper. –HB

Nike‘s lifestyle-driven Air Max 270 Flyknit is back in a popular color scheme. One of the most recent models from the Swoosh gets dipped in “Triple Black” for an upcoming launch. Its original engineered mesh upper is swapped for the aforementioned Flyknit weaving with subtle branding hits on each lateral and medial side. Lastly, the heel’s large Air Max unit is presented in translucent black to complete the look. –HB

A classic look, the latest Air Vapormax Flyknit 2.0 option for spring features a mostly white upper with black tones on the back and covering the iconic Swoosh branding. The designers behind the style seemingly took their inspirational cues from the look of killer whales, although they opted to switch up the standard look of the Orca, resulting in the “Reverse Orca” name. –HB

airflyComing in “Banned” and “Royal” colorways, the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit sees a seamless woven upper that maintains the original design’s color paneling within the knit weave. The signature Swoosh and Air Jordan branding appear as sewed-on leather patches, while a crisp white midsole and matching red or blue outsole keeps it simple and classic. The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit is expected to drop sometime in September for $200, stay tuned for the exact drop date and confirmed retail price. –HB

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Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit

nike-air-max-90-ultra-flyknit-black-and-white-5Having just recently featured its bold “Bright Crimson” counterpart, we learn that the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit silhouette will soon drop in a timeless black and white colorway iteration. A modern take on the iconic runner, the uppers feature an intricate Flyknit construction, which when paired with the hyperfuse overlays make for a lightweight, yet sturdy shoe. Leading up to the heavily-hyped Air Max Day Collection set to drop on March 26, this new model is scheduled for a March 2 release. –HB

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Nike Flyknit Presto “Olive Flak”

nike-air-presto-flyknit-ultra-olive-flak-1Nike Sportswear has unveiled yet another olive-colored Presto — this time in the form of the Air Presto Flyknit Ultra. Perfect for fall, the mid-top opts for a slightly darker “Olive Flak” hue over its predecessors, applying it to the entirety of the Flyknit upper and laces as black accents handle everything from the cage and heel counter to the collar, toe bumper and heel portion of the outsole. This will drop near you for $150 per pair. –HB

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Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit “Navy”

nike-air-force-1-flyknit-navy-1Nike Sportswear is rolling out another colorway of the Air Force 1 Flyknit, this time in a “Navy” iteration, featuring a mix of blue hues within the Flyknit blend. Complementing the blue is a bold and crisp white sole and a contrasting white Swoosh, paired with black accents throughout. Keep an eye out for this pair to pop up at Nike retailers soon, with a retail price of $160. –HB

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