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Nike & Converse Update a Court Classic at werd.com

Nike & Converse Update a Court Classic

If you ever forget that technically, Converse is now Nike, the new All Star BB makes it clear. Designed in collaboration with Nike innovator Eric Avar, the shoe combines heritage Converse style with the latest in Nike performance, like a Quadfit mesh upper & drop-in React Core midsole. Available in May.

Nike Drops the Self-Lacing Adapt BB Hoop Shoe at werd.com

Nike Drops the Self-Lacing Adapt BB Hoop Shoe

Nike just introduced the world’s first self-lacing basketball shoe. Seems like a critical feature, right? Totally. The Nike Adapt BB uses a technology the brand calls FitAdapt, which secures the shoe to your foot with an app. You can still lace the shoe manually but according to Nike this technology is just the first step in turning your shoes into a “mobile sports research lab” as new features & interactivity is developed.

Nike Introduces a Slick New Runner: the Zoom Pegasus Turbo at werd.com

Nike Introduces a Slick New Runner: the Zoom Pegasus Turbo

Designed using feedback from Nike’s elite runners, including Eliud Kipchoge, the brand’s latest Nike run shoe to feature the ZoomX midsole and aerodynamic heel design is the Zoom Pegasus Turbo. This shoe also features a layer of Nike React foam for durability. The upper is made of translucent mesh with integrated Flywire cables.  Available worldwide August 2 and for NikePlus members on July 19.

Improved Comfort & Durability Highlight Nike’s Metcon 4 Trainer at werd.com

Improved Comfort & Durability Highlight Nike’s Metcon 4 Trainer

Developed in partnership with Nike’s elite crossfit & training athletes—workout animals like Josh Bridges & Sara Sigmundsdottir, Nike’s latest addition to its Metcon shoe line, the Metcon 4 features the same outsole and underfoot cushioning as the 3 but features improved durability, new forefoot cushioning, an additional lace eyelet for a total of 6, and extra padding in the tongue.

Nike Drops a Swoosh-Free Cortez Premium at werd.com

Nike Drops a Swoosh-Free Cortez Premium

Nike’s latest iteration of the classic Cortez runner is another Cortez Premium but unlike the iconic original & the logo-laden variant that dropped last fall, this one has no swoosh on the visible side, making it a bit more low-key, especially in its understated black leather color way. Available now at Nike.com.

The Shoe Surgeon Teams Up With Jack Daniel’s for a Whiskey-Inspired Nike Classic at werd.com

The Shoe Surgeon Teams Up With Jack Daniel’s for a Whiskey-Inspired Nike Classic

An ostensibly odd pairing of a master cobbler and sneaker-head who goes by the name The Shoe Surgeon and Jack Daniel’s, as in the whiskey, has resulted in a fresh new bespoke Nike. Their limited edition Nike Air Force 1 combines luxurious black Horween and tan vachetta leathers with a gum rubber outsole and a distressed leather lining. Fewer panels and single stitching throughout the upper give it a refreshingly clean and refined look. Win a pair at the Lynchburg General Store pop-up in Los Angeles from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. this February 17-18.

Nike Roshe Two at werd.com

Nike Roshe Two

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One of Nike’s most popular shoes, the Roshe One, now has a predecessor. The all-new Roshe Two is slightly sleeker than the original but retains the comfortable, stretchable & breathable upper. It features a Tri-fusion IU midsole that incorporates foam of 3 different densities to balance comfort & support. It will be available from the SNRKS App, at global retailers and via the Nike Tech Book on September 1.

Nike’s Newest: The Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint at werd.com

Nike’s Newest: The Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint

Featuring a 3-D printed textile upper, Nike’s newest runner, the Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint was designed with input from marathon man Eliud Kipchoge, who won last year’s Berlin Marathon in the brand’s Zoom VaporFly. This shoe is ultra-lightweight and fully breathable, basically made for winning races. It will debut at the London Marathon on Kipchoge’s feet as well as in a limited run through the Nike App.

Nike Introduces Joyride Technology in Flyknit Runner at werd.com

Nike Introduces Joyride Technology in Flyknit Runner

Nike is never not innovating. Their all-new Joyride cushioning technology is the brand’s latest progressive leap. Designed for energy return and lightweight performance, the Joyride outsole features cushioning pods filled with thousands of TPE beads, strategically positioned in foot strike zones. As you move, the beads expand in all directions—Nike calls this multi-dimensional displacement—the idea is that it gives wearers a fit & feel that is more personalized and better for your feet. The Joyride Run Flyknit will be available worldwide on August 15.

Nike Introduces Body Heat Sensitive AeroAdapt Fabric at werd.com

Nike Introduces Body Heat Sensitive AeroAdapt Fabric

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AeroAdapt is a new proprietary material from Nike designed to help keep athletes at their optimal temperature so that sweating, overheating or getting chilled won’t interfere with a workout. The moment this fabric senses sweat, its moisture-reactive yarns open the fabric to release body heat and let air in. The wetter the material gets, the more it opens. As the moisture evaporates, the vents close to trap body heat, helping to prevent the athlete from feeling chilled or staying wet during a warm-up or cool down. AeroAdapt will debut in five garments in the new Nike Pro Collection from the brand’s Training division.

Nike Flyknit Elite at werd.com

Nike Flyknit Elite

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Nike’s latest golf technology is called Articulated Integrated Traction, an asymmetrical outsole designed to facilitate better footwork and provide improved traction through the entire swing. It debuts on the new Nike Flyknit Elite that features a Lunarlon midsole and lightweight, breathable Flyknit upper.

The Big Nike Low at werd.com

The Big Nike Low

The 80s-era Nike Big Low made famous by the Bullets’ towering 7’7” center Manute Bol is making a comeback. Available in the original white/red & white/gray colorways, the shoe features a tumbled leather upper and classic Nike wordmark branding across the heel. Available soon.

Nike LunarEpic Flyknit at werd.com

Nike LunarEpic Flyknit

As so many of Nike’s shoes have done before, the release of the LunarEpic Flyknit runner is likely to set-off a new trend in shoe design. The new flagship runner features a 1-piece Flyknit upper that extends up the ankle for added support. The design of the mid and outsole are all new, too but feature the familiar comfort of Lunarlon.

Nike Zoom Hypercross TR2 at werd.com

Nike Zoom Hypercross TR2

With an evolved, foot-hugging upper of foam & engineered mesh, Nike’s latest anything-goes trainer, the Zoom Hypercross TR2 features Flywire technology for a locked-down fit and hexagonal Zoom Air pods in the outsole for cushy comfort.

Nike Introduces Neon Green Zoom Series Shoes at werd.com

Nike Introduces Neon Green Zoom Series Shoes

This exclusive color is called Nike Phantom Glow. And it’s integrated into all 4 styles in the brand’s new Zoom Series. Choose from the Air Zoom Pegasus 36, the Zoom Pegasus Turbo, the Zoom Fly 3, & specifically for men, the ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%. Each of these Zoom-powered runners offers its own performance profile but all feature the latest in cutting edge & race-proven technologies.