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Nike made the fictitious a reality with their impressive E.A.R.L. technology showcased in the self-lacing Nike HyperAdapt model. We’ve seen a number of colorways release featuring the rechargeable base unit and automatic tightening settings and now one more new look is coming into the fold with the NikeHyperAdapt 1.0 “Red Lagoon”, available exclusively through Nike SNKRS ‘The Draw’ on Friday, August 25th for $720 USD.Designers Tiffany Beers and Tinker Hatfield worked on this project and brought digital, electrical, and mechanical engineering to this footwear masterpiece powered by an underfoot lacing mechanism. This pair adds an aggressive University Red Swoosh and lining instead of the usual blue accents seen in the first handful of pairs, but don’t worry – that blue glow still shows up on the heel and midfoot section.Check out more detailed images of the coming Nike HyperAdapt Black University Red colorway below and stay tuned for more updates on this self-lacing pair’s availability to come right here on Sneaker News.

As you already know if you’re an NFL fan, the football season is almost upon us. Before Week 1 kicks off on September 7th, Nike has you ready to rep your favorite squad in style with this massive pack of team editions of the Free Trainer V7. Just like the college football “Week Zero” collection, the pack features a wide variety of colorways for the top franchises in the league, each in team colors with logos on the heel and tongue. The NFL pack features 15 teams (that’s how many are previewed on Nike.com right now, more could be on the way). See if your squad is among those represented on the Free Trainer V7, and expect them all to hit Nike.com this Sunday, August 27th.

Say goodbye to summer. It’s that time of year when we start seeing all of the major footwear brands bulk up some of their most popular retro models to help you survive the coming winter season in style. For Nike, they’ve been taking the Nike Air Max 95 and extending the ankle support with a neoprene and zipper construction for a sleek and effective tooling known as the Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot for the past couple of years. It looks like the Air Max 95 Sneakerboot will be returning for Fall/Winter 2017 in a murdered out Triple Black too, featuring weather resistant materials and the traditional visible air midsole for that patented comfort. Check out more photos below and we’ll keep you updated on availability right here on Sneaker News.