January 6, 2015 6:20:04 PM PST
Endorsed by two-sport athlete Bo Jackson, the Nike Air Trainer III
was originally released in 1988 and designed to be the only pair of sneakers for all your gym activities. Whether you were lifting, running, or participating in a court sport, this sneaker could provide you with all the support, comfort, and cushioning you need. Inspired by traditional leather medicine balls that once could be found at any gym, they have a leather upper, forefoot strap, heel cage, visible Air-Sole unit, and a neoprene bootie. Plus, they also feature an undeniably fresh colorway. You can grab this iconic cross-trainer now at Sneakerhead.
December 29, 2014 6:38:35 PM PST
Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Stab was first released in 1988. Known for their large visible Air-Sole unit with interrupting "fork" design, this classic running sneaker was built to provide optimal cushioning and support. They feature a mesh upper with suede overlays, iconic "AIR STAB" lettering on the thermoplastic heel, and a supportive footbridge to protect from impact-related injuries. Retro releases of this beloved running sneaker have been on hiatus for several years, so for many the return of the Nike Air Stab is a very welcomed sight.
November 14, 2014 6:19:49 PM PST
The Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot
is one of many renditions we have seen since the original mesh Roshe Run debuted in 2012. This winter-ready model has a simple and sophisticated design with a water-resistant leather upper and fleece lining to keep your feet warm and dry during the colder months. Nike also added some details in the form of a perforated Swoosh, leather paneling on the seams, and a speckled midsole to complete the look. You can grab this refined Roshe Run model now at Sneakerhead.
August 14, 2014 6:30:10 PM PDT
The Nike Air Pegasus 83/30 is an updated version of one of Nike's most loved running sneakers. Originally released in 1983, the Nike Air Pegasus was designed for the everyday runner and provides comfort, support, and cushioning. The 83/30 was constructed to enhance those elements with a retooled design and modern materials. They feature a no-sew upper that's lightweight and breathable, Phylon midsole for serious cushioning, reflective overlays that provide visibility at night, and Natural Motion flex grooves on the outsole. This black on black version is a departure from the bright and loud colorways that are currently dominating the running shoes market, and it is a very welcomed option.
July 15, 2014 5:45:25 PM PDT
The Nike Fingertrap Max Premium "Gum Sole Pack"
has premium materials, an original design, and refined accents. Available in white and black, they are more lifestyle than performance; yet still offer comfort and support. Both pairs in the pack have a premium leather upper, criss-cross design featuring bands that integrate with the laces, Max Air unit in the heel, a gum sole, and brown leather lining to match. You can pick up this sophisticated sneaker today at Sneakerhead.
June 17, 2014 3:45:01 PM PDT
With the World Cup festivities kicking off, the entire planet is focused on one thing: soccer. And, Nike is also turning their attention to the world's most popular sport with the Magista collection. Inspired by Nike's first soccer cleat featuring Flyknit technology, the Magista collection is a vivid line-up that includes several of Nike's most sought-after models. The Roshe Run HYP Magista
has stunning color blocking, Hyperfuse construction, and a Solarsoft insole. The Air Max 1 Magista
is a retooled version with a Volt-colored upper, and Hyper Punch accents. And finally, the Free Flyknit Chukka Magista
combines "second skin" Flyknit construction and a flexible Free outsole. Cop a pair today, lace them up, and cheer your team on.
June 10, 2014 11:26:55 AM PDT
Most are looking for the same thing in a summer sneaker. They should be comfortable, breathable, easy to get on, and of course, look good. Given that criteria, the Nike Women's Roshe Run Woven 2.0
fits the bill. Currently available in a spectrum of colorways, they feature a fashionable design with interlaced textile bands, slip-on application, a comfortable Solarsoft footbed, and full-length phylon midsole. This lightweight model is the perfect companion for all your summer activities. Find your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead
May 8, 2014 5:31:48 PM PDT
There's no debate that the Nike Air Max Triax 94 often gets overlooked by other models in the Air Max collection. Yet, for its 20th anniversary, Nike is paying their respect and celebrating by releasing several colorways of this underrated classic, like the Nike Air Max Triax 94 "Total Crimson"
. With an unmistakable 90s style and colorway this Triax 94 model is making people take notice. They feature a combination white and Total Crimson-colored upper, neoprene tongue with classic "AIR MAX" tag, and a large visible Air-Sole unit in the heel. You can cop your pair now at Sneakerhead.
May 6, 2014 6:17:23 PM PDT
The legendary "Bo Knows" advertising campaign featuring Bo Jackson was one of Nike's most popular to date. And, many years after its initial debut, it still lives on with this new retro release from Nike. The Nike Air Trainer III "Bo Knows Horse Racing"
is completely inspired by the commercial and features a horse racing themed design. They have a black/grey colorway with pink and orange accents, speckled midsole, pixilated horse graphic on the tongue tag, "34" on the heel, and a jockey outfit-inspired argyle pattern on the lining. This colorful retro model is now available at Sneakerhead.
May 2, 2014 6:55:50 PM PDT
Nike Flyknit technology is lightweight, supportive, precisely engineered, and virtually seamless. This innovative achievement from Nike creates the feeling of a "second skin" and is now available in several training, basketball, and of course, running models. One of the most anticipated Flyknit models to come out recently is the Nike Free Flyknit 4.0
. They feature a one-piece Flyknit upper, knit-in Flywire cables that wrap the midfoot, and an outsole with a hexagonal flex-groove pattern and secondary cuts that provides excellent multi-directional flexibility. This advanced running sneaker is available now in an array of colorways for women
March 19, 2014 6:17:32 PM PDT
As popularity of the Roshe Run continues to grow, so do variations of this highly sought-after model. The latest from this always growing list is the Nike Roshe Run NM "Natural Motion."
As the name suggests, this model was constructed with a Nike Free-like flexible Natural Motion sole, a modification that makes an already ultra comfortable model, even more comfortable. Other deviations from the original Roshe Run include a synthetic taped upper, tonal piping/Swoosh, and rope laces. Available in Game Royal, Black, and Light Crimson, you can pick up a pair now at Sneakerhead.
February 3, 2014 6:30:09 PM PST
Ever since the beginning, Nike has been on the forefront of merging fashion with athletics. Introducing new materials, prints, and patterns into their broad collection of athletic footwear revolutionized the footwear industry, and forced other brands to follow. The Nike "Polka Dot Print" Pack is another example of this seamless integration. The models in this funky and fashionable collection include the Nike Roshe Run
, Nike Dunk High
, and Nike Air Max Thea
. Scoop up one of these colorful new creations now at Sneakerhead.
January 31, 2014 6:46:45 PM PST
During the late 80s when Andre Agassi walked on to the court he threw conventional tennis style out the window. Agassi's non-traditional look included long hair, brightly colored outfits, and of course, matching sneakers. The Nike Air Tech Challenge II
is considered a favorite among the models Agassi wore throughout his career. Released in 1989, the ATC II has a lightweight synthetic upper that withstands the unrelenting back-and-forth action on the court, visible Air-Sole unit for superior cushioning, and an external heel counter for optimal support and fit. But, what most people remember about this model is the iconic "Hot Lava" paint splatter detail. Truly an iconic model that helped redefine tennis court style.
January 14, 2014 6:23:27 PM PST
At first, the Nike Roshe Run was known for its minimal design, airy mesh upper, and versatility. But, since the original hit the shelves, we have seen many re-imagined Roshe Run models with completely different esthetics and materials, including the Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot QS
. This new rendition has a mid-cut design with soft premium leather uppers and intricate quilted details. They also boast other fresh touches, including a boot-inspired lacing system, contrast stitching, and two-tone laces. The Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot QS is available in Mercury Grey
, both colorways will go perfectly with your winter 'fits.