There’s no question that all three retro basketball models will be prominent in 2017, but will they capture the Summer like the Air More Uptempo did? All three will begin releasing on Nike SNKRS, Nike.com, and select retailers beginning December 3rd.Updated November 22nd, 2016: The Nike Air Max Uptempo 2 “Black/White” releases on December 6th, 2016 for $160.Nike has big plans for this coming Holiday 2016 season including the surprise retro of the Nike Air Max Uptempo 2 for their “12 Soles” Christmas campaign. If the tonal olive colorway that unifies the upcoming release slate isn’t for you, then this premium Black/White offering would be a nice alternative.
The Air Max Uptempo 2 has long been a favorite of those nostalgic for some 90s basketball as the high-top even featured added graphic patterns on the 180 degree Air Max unit. Here the unique midsole is toned down thanks to a matching white on white shade while premium suede accents compliment the sports mesh in a matching black shade. Are you excited for the return of the Uptempo 2?The release date is still unknown for this simple Back/White colorway but stick with us right here on Sneaker News for more of the latest updates. More to come in the near future.Nike is bringing back its trio of Uptempo Retros in a brand new blue hue. The Air Max Uptempo 2, Air Max Uptempo 97, and Air Max Tempo are making a grand return for All-Star Weekend, sporting a bright blue upper above the solid white soles. These popular Nike Retro shoes will be at retailers like Sneaker Politics on February 18th for $140.
Michael J. Fox tried on the first ever pair of self-tying trainers in honour of Back to the Future day on Wednesday.The Nike Mags are inspired by shoes which feature in the 1989 second film of the trilogy but until now remained in the realms of science fiction.Nike wrote a letter to the film star which said: “Almost thirty years ago we embarked on a journey to create a glimpse into “the future”.”Although the project started as science fiction, we’re now proud to turn that fiction into fact.”