Nike continues to turn the spotlight on the Air Max Zero with another eye-catchy colorway in “Gym Red.” The retro shoe features a traditional mesh upper in a primary red color with a tonal panel overlay and matching laces, tongue, sock liner and bottom sole. The monochromatic color scheme is contrasted by a crisp white air midsole, which differentiates the Tinker Hatfield model from the famous “Red October” palette. Grab these for $150 USD and is available at Nike retailers. -HB
The revamped Nike Air Max Ultra SE is given a classic “Gym Red” colorway in this latest release. This pair features tonal red in the upper, and features a seamless construction consisting of foam and mesh. The sneaker is punctured with perforations throughout and boasts a black Flywire system for snug midfoot support. Set atop a black sole unit with red-hued Air units, this pair of Nike Air Max 95 SE will hit select Nike retailers on August 8. -HB
One of the most distinctive basketball sneakers ever created, Nike’s Air More Uptempo was a staple of the late ’90s basketball scene and a footwear favorite both on and off the court. The hardwood icon — which turns twenty this year — has already released in several OG colorways, and will be accompanied by new and upcoming color schemes like the above version in white and Gym Red. Perhaps the boldest of the 2016 drops, the nostalgic design sports familiar features like three visible Air-Sole units and the sneaker’s iconic ‘Air’ branding in leather, resulting in a can’t-miss take on the Pippen-endorsed silhouette. -HB
Following the recent debut of the Horizon model comes the “Gym Red” version of the new silhouette. Jordan Brand introduces the shoe in a Gym Red/White-Infrared colorway that dresses the model’s woven-textured upper in a bright red color with matching red laces, heel collar and midsole, which are offset by a contrasting black outsole. Catch a double look after the jump. Read more…
Nike continues to beef up its popular Huarache collection by offering the Nike Air Huarache Utility in a dramatic dark red and black colorway. While the revamped version maintains the essence of the Huarache via its signature TPU heel strap and emblazoned tongue logo, the upgraded design takes the sneaker to a utilitarian level. Incorporating elements like Nike’s custom Dynamic Flywire, reflective 3M material and additional support to the heel counter, the shoe sits atop an outsole with modified traction, suitable for rugged outdoor use. The contrasting hues make the shoe a standout piece in the chameleonic runner’s lineup. The Huarache Utility will be available starting October 15th.
Taking cues from the popular color combination of the Jordan 13 Retros, Nike has dressed its latest version of the ubiquitous Air Huaraches in a similar fashion. The sole and toe cap are draped in black while the leather upper, neoprene tongue and heel straps are coated in dramatic gym red. The eye-catching contrast between the hues sets an understated yet powerful tone for the sneaker. Huaraches have been known to come and go so if you’re planning on copping a pair, head directly to Nike now.
With this year’s U.S. Open underway and Hiroshi Fujiwara on hand in the Big Apple, 21 Mercer is holding a surprise release of two additional fragment design x NikeLab Air Trainer 1 colorways. Draped in black and “Gym Red,” the designs act as a capstone of sorts to this year’s bevy of collaborative Fujiwara-customized Trainer 1s and pair stark white rubber outsoles with premium tonal leather uppers, white branding along the midfoot strap and subtle fragment branding on the lateral side of the upper near the heel. Both versions are available in-store now at NSW’s own 21 Mercer in New York City and online. Read more…
Jordan Brand continues to celebrate its 30-year anniversary, looking to His Airness’ birthplace and his storied 1995 return from retirement for this Air Jordan 10. Essentially it’s a remastered and slightly modified edition of the “Fusion Red” release from 2013, the Gym Red/Black-Wolf Grey colorway of the retro silhouette. Decked out in red and capped off with 30th anniversary branding on the footbed, the “Gym Red” Air Jordan 10 is out now for $190. [more…]