Nike’s futuristic endeavors have always been informed by pop culture — namely the future predicting, sci-fi realties of the ever-important Back to the Future. With the nike chaussure pas cher arriving as a product of one of the film’s most memorable scenes, its predecessor, the Adapt BB, is continuing its mission of self-lacing tech with a follow-up colorway adding a connection to the aforementioned’s light grey scheme. In quite a departure to its debuting black outfit, the silhouette is donning something much lighter by comparison with its light-up orbs across the heel counter glowing in more stunning fashion. Enlarged swooshes opt for a white shade with a miniature version sitting at the bottom of its panelling in an electric blue, a tone that finds itself on the splattered midsole and emanating outsole.
Nike’s big bubbled poster boy, the nike chaussure homme france, is continuing its reign on current store shelves with yet another transformative colorway, tapping the brand’s love for paint splatter in a perfect blend of black and orange. The upper’s synthetic and various hardshell molds are left largely untouched as their dark visage add perfect contrast to the rest of the kit. Tongues, in their slight shimmering finish, add a small warm-toned note of branding with that same shade finding its way throughout the speckles aimlessly scattered across the slight translucence of the brand’s patented cushioning.
Nike’s inbound colorways for the evocatively named nike huarache pas cher are pastel-filled despite the kit’s tech-inspired design. Ushering themselves in as a women’s exclusives, the two pairs — a neutral blue as well as a bright pink — are spring-ready in their tonal appearance, with the interweaving straps adding a bit of aggression to the sock construction. A small toe cap adds a needed layer to the one noted upper while the lacing system is tugged at by the criss-crossing webbing, leading the eye towards the bolder hued heel counter complete with Swoosh branding. The ghillie esque lacing system contrasts in a deep black while both the midsole and various accents compliment the base tone. Though wildly different from its original counterpart, the reworked model is undoubtedly inventive.
Summer is the perfect time to see and be seen, so it’s important to have a go-to pair of shoes on deck for any excursion. Nike knows this, and to fulfill that pressing need, they’ve prepared an ultra-clean black and white take on the quintessential nike air force 1 femme pas cher. Offering colorblocking and materials that are both strikingly similar to the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3 “Cyber Monday” makeups from 2015 and 2016, these Air Force 1s opt for a tonal black leather upper and a crisp white midsole, creating a compelling yin-and-yang style. The upper is constructed entirely of a smooth black leather with a embossed logo on the heel, and white branding appears on the insoles to match the classic AF1 midsole and outsole.