Named after Phil Knight's acclaimed memoir, Shoe Dog, this version of the Nike Cortez commemorates the original model that was released in 1972. The Cortez was designed by Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, they sport a soft leather upper, mesh tongue, and iconic zig zag edges. Plus, they also have an early slim version of the Swoosh on the lateral side, and wider (more modern) version on the medial side. The Swoosh was designed by Carolyn Davidson while she was a student at Portland State, and although it was not immediately loved by Knight, the Swoosh has grown to be one of the most recognizable logos ever created. Check out all pics for more details on this historic Nike model dropping soon.
The Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Air Huarache originally released in 1991. Accompanied by the advertising campaign that asked "Have you hugged your foot today?," this innovative model offered comfort and a completely original design. Over the years the Huarache has been modified numerous times, with the latest being the Nike Air Huarache Gripp. Recognized by the removable translucent shroud that covers the laces, they also have a higher cut, inner sock, zipper closure, and an aggressive traction pattern on the outsole. You can cop the Nike Air Huarache Gripp in two colorways now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Huarache first debuted in 1991. Another legendary Tinker Hatfield creation, they were designed with the philosophy of being "stripped to the bare essentials." Although Nike was a little hesitant that they did not feature a prominent Swoosh, the Huarache was an instant hit and went on to influence countless other Nike and Air Jordan models. The latest sneaker derived from this iconic original is the Nike Air Huarache City. This women's model has a laceless design that is constructed of neoprene, features adjustable criss-cross straps, pull tabs, alternate heel straps, and gum rubber hits on the outsole. Check out the pics for details. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in the 80s, the Nike Air Mariah was a racing sneaker specifically designed for elite runners. Now, this sleek runner is back with an updated design that utilizes new technology and modern materials. The Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer??boasts a Flyknit upper that hugs your feet providing comfort and support. They also feature sock-like construction, lightweight and responsive Zoom Air cushioning, a quick lace system, synthetic heel cage, and a durable rubber outsole. You can purchase this women's colorway now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Huarache was designed by Tinker Hatfield. A technically advanced sneaker for its time, it originally released in 1991 and was famously featured in the ad campaign that asked "Have you hugged your foot today?" In recent years, the Huarache Run has returned with tremendous success and is now available in more colorways and materials than ever before. The latest iteration of this classic is the Nike Air Huarache Run "Afro Punk." They feature a design that stays true to the original but also incorporates denim, contrast stitching, and a gum rubber outsole. Check out the pics for details. Available for purchase now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 2000, the Nike Air Presto featured an innovative design, and unique sizing structure. Instead of using the traditional shoe sizing system, the Presto used a clothing size chart because the Presto was touted as "the t-shirt for your feet." With recent retro releases we have seen Nike move beyond the clothing sizing system, they have also moved beyond the original stretch-mesh design. The Nike Air Presto Mid Utility is a reimagined version of the original that's ready for winter. They are crafted with a weather-resistant upper to keep your feet dry during wet conditions. Plus, they also have a mid-cut collar for comfort, two zippers for easy on/off application, reflective accents, and a sticky rubber outsole. This completely new take is currently available in a predominantly black colorway now at Sneakerhead.
Specifically designed to meet the strenuous demands of high-intensity cross-training workout sessions, the Nike Metcon 2 is a serious workout sneaker. They are equipped with a durable abrasion-resistant mesh upper, feature a minimal heel-to-toe drop for stability, perforations for breathability, and Flywire technology for a supportive, adaptive fit. Widely known as being banned from formal CrossFit competitions, due to an exclusive Reebok contract, they are still being laced up in gyms across the world. Although they're available in numerous colorways, the latest "Haystack" is one of the freshest yet. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
With the immense success of the Nike Roshe Run, there was little doubt that Nike would create a sequel to the flagship of the Roshe line. Featuring a revamped streamline design, the Nike Roshe Two has a tongue-less upper in favor of bootie construction. They also have a lightweight and stretchy textile upper, pull tabs, and a structural overlay. Yet the changes don't end with what you can see, but with also how they feel. The Nike Roshe Two is crafted with a triple-layer of cushioning that contain different densities for a softer, more comfortable ride. Check out the pics for details and look for this new take on the Nike Roshe coming soon.
When the Nike Sock Dart originally released in 2004 very few people were on board. You could say it featured a design that was before its time, because when the Sock Dart re-released a decade later - it was a major success. Now available in more colorways than ever before, this comfortable and laceless model has become one of Nike's most sought-after retro sneakers of 2016, and Nike has fresh colorways (like their latest) to thank. The Nike Sock Dart "Light Bone" is crafted with a flexible and breathable mesh upper, sock-like construction, signature adjustable midfoot strap, white midsole, and a gum rubber outsole. You can cop this women's model now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 1972, the Nike Cortez has been a mainstay in the Nike line-up for over 40 years. They're recognized as being part of Southern California urban fashion, were famously featured in the movie "Forest Gump," and always the go to sneaker for George Costanza on "Seinfeld." This new version of the iconic model, the Nike Cortez Ultra, stays true to the original silhouette but gets completely reworked with new materials. They are crafted with a lightweight textile upper, feature sleek no-sew overlays, and boast a lighter midsole comprised of Solarsoft foam and Phylon. You can grab this update to a classic at Sneakerhead now.
Originally released in 2000, the Nike Air Presto was instantly known for its comfortable sock-like construction, off the wall advertising, and unique "t-shirt sizing" structure. Now, they're back with a completely revamped design, including new materials. The Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit features a mid-cut collar with comfortable and lightweight Flyknit construction. They also have a reengineered TPU cage, heel support, conveniently placed pull tab, and a toecap for protection. This modern take on the Presto is available in several colorways, including white, black, or blue. Shop now at Sneakerhead.
During his prime, Michael Vick was one of the most entertaining and explosive quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen. Known for uncanny awareness in the pocket and ability to escape, Vick's play was hard to miss on the field. Throughout the years his signature sneakers have also received favorable attention. Originally released in 2005, the Nike Zoom Vick III is back for the first time. Vick's third signature sneaker sports a signature diagonal strap. Plus, they also have Zoom Air technology, a comfortable neoprene inner sleeve, and a grippy rubber "spikes" on the outsole. You can purchase them now at Sneakerhead.