Retailing for a price tag of $120, look for the Nike Air Max 1 Wheat at select Nike stores and online on October 14th. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 12 Bordeaux hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.Nike has arguably the greatest back catalog of sneakers in the athletic footwear industry. On Thursday, the brand will drop another beloved shoe from the 1990s, an updated iteration of a running classic.
The Beaverton, Ore.-based athletic giant is set to release the NikeLab Air Zoom Talaria. The shoe, originally released in 1997, is one of the original running silhouettes to feature the brand’s Zoom Air responsive cushioning technology, which made its debut in 1995.Made to give runners a comfortable ride, the Talaria features flex grooves and a bottom-loaded visible Zoom Air unit. Although the shoe is an updated version of the original, it does boast features from the original including suede overlays, a breathable mesh upper and outsole. For updates to the original, Nike added modern materials in the midsole and sockliner for better comfort.
Ever since we first saw Nike’s incredible ‘self-tying’ trainers in ‘Back To The Future’ it became clear that the company was onto a winner.Well now, after years of teasing the company has finally unveiled their first ‘self-tying’ trainers that we, the general public, can actually buy.They’re called the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 and they’re just as futuristic as they look.Place your foot inside the shoe and you activate a sensor in the base which then automatically tightens the laces until comfortably tight around the foot.The futuristic shoe was unveiled at the Nike Innovation Summit in New York where the company unveiled a new Nike+ App for iPhone and a revolutionary new Air trainer which features an all-new design.