To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Nike is bringing back one of their classic running models. The Nike Air Icarus
was originally released in 1991, and similar to other early Nike running models like the Nike Odyssey and Nike Pegasus, features comfortable construction and brightly colored accents. They are crafted with a combination synthetic suede and nylon upper, an encapsulated Air-Sole unit, and a rubber outsole with iconic Waffle pattern. You can find the Nike Air Icarus
in several colorways, including the 90s-inspired Summit White / Volt-Fuchsia Flash-Black model. Grab your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Huarache is a standout model from the early 90s. According to the print ad that coincided with its release, the design idea behind the Air Huarache was to create a sneaker "stripped to the bare essentials," and it was achieved. The latest version of this iconic sneaker, the Nike Air Huarache Ultra Breathe
takes that philosophy even further. This streamlined sneaker features a lightweight Nike Tech Ultramesh upper, cored-out foam sole, and an elastic band that wraps the heel. Check out pics of the women's "Total Crimson/Pink Blast" model now available at Sneakerhead.
Nike is taking you back to the 90s with the fresh colorway on its latest pack. The Nike "Reflective Safari" Pack is made up of an Air Huarache Utility
and an Air Max 1 Ultra Essential
that both share the same look. They boast a white upper with teal, yellow, and purple accents that sit atop a speckled midsole. Totally awesome! Plus, both models also feature a reflective "Safari" print that wraps around the sneaker. A design addition that's sure to get noticed day or night. You can cop both of these eye-catching models now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Koth Ultra Low
is a new model that combines a sleek and contemporary style with rugged construction. Sporting a design inspired by the Nike Air Mowabb (originally released in 1991)
, they feature several familiar elements. The upper is comprised of water-resistant leather and tight mesh to keep your feet dry in wet conditions. They have a cored-out phylon midsole enabling them to be lightweight and flexible. Plus, their TPU heel clip and speckled accents are a direct lift from the popular Mowabb design. You can purchase the Nike Koth Ultra Low
at Sneakerhead today.
Bo Jackson and his popular "Bo Knows."
advertisement serve as inspiration for the latest Nike Air Trainer SC release. Featuring a white leather upper, black mudguard, and red and blue accents, the colorway matches the hockey uniform Jackson wears in the popular "Bo Knows."
television commercial. To refresh your memory of Jackson's hockey gear, this limited "Bo Knows Hockey."
release also features a Bo Jackson caricature on the outsole taken directly from the ad. You can grab this special edition of the popular Air trainer SC cross trainer now at Sneakerhead.
In 1990 Nike released the Nike Air Trainer SC with the help of one of the most prolific two-sport athletes of all time, Bo Jackson. It was soon followed by the Air Trainer SC 2, which was highly successful follow-up. The Nike Air Trainer SC 2 Boot
is a new rugged take on Jackson's cross-trainer featuring a winter weather-friendly design. Built to withstand the elements they have a water-repellant leather upper, ultra high ankle for support, grippy rubber outsole with deep lugs that provide traction on multiple surfaces, and a plush lining that will keep your feet warm. Check out the pics for details and shop for this winter boot now at Sneakerhead.
Based on the original design of the Nike Air Huarache Run, which made its initial debut in 1991, this revamped version of the Huarache has a rugged disposition and the addition of modern footwear tech. The Nike Air Huarache Utility
features a neoprene slip-on mesh upper, Dynamic Flywire that adjusts with the laces, and a protective mudguard. Plus, Nike also added perforations that expose a reflective 3M underlay, and a retooled outsole with an aggressive traction pattern. They are already available in several colorways, including this completely blacked-out model, which is extremely versatile.
An ultra sleek design and comfortable flexibility dominate the Nike Free Hypervenom 2. Constructed with a combination textile and technical skin upper that adapts to your movement, this soccer cleat-inspired sneaker provides the ultimate in comfort. The Nike Free Hypervenom 2 also boasts Dynamic Flywire that adjusts with the laces, a full-length and breathable neoprene bootie, and a speckled Nike Free 3.0 outsole that enhances natural movement. You can pick up this versatile model in Black
or Wolf Grey
at Sneakerhead today.
Considered one of the most popular ACG (All Conditions Gear) models ever created, the Nike ACG Air Mowabb
is back. Designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield (Air Max 1, Air Trainer 1, Air Jordan III, Air Jordan XI, etc.)
, the Mowabb originally released in 1991 and was inspired by the Nike Air Huarache. This lightweight trail-ready model has a full-length neoprene collar, durable suede overlays, signature speckled accents on the midsole, and an aggressive outsole that's ready to shred the unbeaten path. Definitely a classic model from one of Nike's most innovative collections that's hard to pass up. You can cop your pair now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Trainer SC originally released in 1990. A versatile cross-trainer, they were marketed by Bo Jackson, one of the most prolific two-sport athletes of all time. Jackson played professional baseball and football, and it appears his NFL team, the Oakland Raiders, have inspired the latest rendition of this classic sneaker. They are constructed with a black leather upper, silver 3M, synthetic snakeskin accents on the mudguard, and an icey translucent outsole. Look for this new take on the Nike Air Trainer SC soon.
The Nike Air Pegasus New Racer is a modern take on the classic Nike Air Pegasus running sneaker. Originally released in 1983, the Air Pegasus was designed as a lightweight running staple for the masses. More lifestyle than sport, this revamped version is ultra clean and very versatile. They are constructed with a combination of ripstop nylon and synthetic suede, contrasting white midsole, exterior heel counter, and a gum Waffle outsole. Currently available in two monotone colorways, Black
and Midnight Navy
. You can purchase both pairs now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid
is considered Nike's first cross-trainer. Originally released in 1987, they were designed to be the only sneaker you need for all your various athletic activities, instead of having a different sneaker for each. Now, this versatile sneaker is back and thanks to their new "White/Pure Platinum-White" colorway, they can be laced up for non-athletic activities also. Check out the looks and see how the Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid can easily transition from athletic sport to casual lifestyle. Pick them up at Sneakerhead today and match them with your favorite look.
The Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit has been applauded for its performance, comfort, and style. The latest rendition of this advanced running sneaker sports a slightly modified design, but still boasts three of Nike's most innovative technologies, a lightweight Flyknit upper, supportive Flywire cables, and a flexible hexagonal Free outsole. The "Pure Platinum" edition also has a predominately grey upper with black accents and a contrasting white outsole. The Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit "Pure Platinum"
colorway, and several others, are currently available at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 1984, Nike is showcasing their iconic "Aloha' print on several women's models this summer. They have already incorporated this island-inspired print on the Air Max 1, Dunk High, and Air Pegasus 83. To add to the lineup, they just included this popular and ultra-comfortable Nike Roshe Run. This limited edition model has a breathable textile upper, "Aloha" print across the vamp and upper heel area, rope laces, and contrasting white Swoosh. You can scoop up this summer sneaker at Sneakerhead now in black
The Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Air Huarache Run originally released in 1991. Due to its innovative design and accompanying ad that asked the question "Have you hugged your foot today?," it was an instant success. Now, this iconic sneaker constructed with comfortable neoprene is back and being laced up by a whole new generation. The Nike Air Huarache Run "Hot Lava" stays true to the original design and features a tonal upper with textured leather. This vibrant version follows several other monochromatic releases, and is only available for women. Check out the pics and look for the Nike Air Huarache Run "Hot Lava" to be released soon.