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nkeAll Conditions Gear is back for 2017 summer with a collection consisting of footwear and apparel. ACRONYM’s own Errolson Hugh has assisted the Swoosh with a helping hand in the design development of NikeLab’s forthcoming range. Kicking things off you’ll find the ACG.07.KMTR silhouette, a perfect fit for the urban commuter. It hosts water-resistant textile material along its upper which leads to reliable weather protection. A magnetic heel closure and lockdown toggles complete its look as you’re able to slide your foot in and out for easy access. –HB

nikelab-air-unlimited-tan-1After bringing back the Carnivore-inspired Air Unlimited with its collaboration with Pigalle, NikeLab has decided to give the ’90s cult classic a lifestyle spin. Opting for a more off the court look the shoe is wrapped in a tan hue with a bold contrast coming in the form of the bright white sole. The crisscrossing Velcro midfoot straps, strapped lockdown around the lower part of the ankle, and a high-cut neoprene collar design works with the tan color accenting the different tones featured on the shoe. Stay tuned for more news on a stateside release. –HB

acronym-nike-air-presto-neon-sneakers-1We finally got our hands on the ACRONYM x NikeLab Air Presto Mid for a closer look at the “Hot Lava/Volt” colorway. In regards to the sole unit, it is pretty standard compared to previous releases of the Air Presto, with the forefoot of the outsole made with soft Duralon rubber for comfortability, and a heel made from BRS 1000 carbon rubber to endure running long distances. Read more…

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NikeLab Kobe 11 Elite Brazil

nikelab-kobe-xi-elite-low-brazil-1This time around, Nike Basketball joins in on the fun with the Kobe 11 Elite Low silhouette as the canvas. Inspired by the need for a crisp white pair on a beautiful summer day, you’ll find its upper dominated by white Flyknit matched with a white midsole. A nod to the Brazilian flag can also be seen throughout its detailing as hints of green, blue and yellow are visible within subtle detailing on its lace tips, Swoosh and heel outlines. Read more…

nike-zoom-all-out-flyknit-triple-black-1NikeLab has daubed the Zoom All Out Flyknit runner in triple black for a sneaker that is all business. Featuring an all-over mid-top Flyknit construction, the sneaker sports a reflective Swoosh overlay as well as a contrasting full-length Zoom sole in Volt. A great alternative for those who missed out on the NikeLab LunarEpic Flyknit, the Nike Zoom All Out Flyknit “Triple Black” is expected to be available via NikeLab in the coming weeks. –HB

nikelab-acg-lupinek-flyknit-low-closer-look-1Following the unveiling of the NikeLab ACG Lupinek Flyknit Low, we now take a closer look at the various features that put the low-top in a class of its own. Highlighting the sneaker’s rugged construction is the water-repellant Flyknit construction that has been reinforced with a VAC-TECH mudguard for excellent protection. Elsewhere the shoe’s Phylon midsole coupled with a Special Field Boot outsole provides traction across all surfaces, while perforations along the tongue and mesh inserts offer a breathable and comfortable fit. Read more…

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NikeLab ACG Lupinek Flyknit Low

nikelab-acg-lupinek-flyknit-low-1Now with the summer months almost upon us, NikeLab has reengineered the sneaker into a low-top variation for balmier environments. Shedding the padded ankle collar, this low-top utilizes dirt and water-repellant Flyknit construction across the upper, with a reinforced mudguard textured using VAC-TECH.  Releasing in dark grey and grey/white colorways, look for the NikeLab ACG Lupinek Flyknit Low to release imminently online at Nike.com. –HB

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