It’s not very often that Nike release a completely new silhouette that gets a massively warm welcome from not only sneakerheads but also the general public. 2012 saw the debut of the Nike Roshe Run, the Presto inspired Nike Sneaker was pretty much an instant success. It looks as if Nike will be updating the Roshe Run for 2013 by placing the Nike Swoosh onto the toe box and some interesting make-ups and colour ways will also follow if the this ‘Leopard’ print sample is anything to go by. What do you think of the new Nike Roshe Run? Is a change always good? Check out the full image after the jump.
Nike Sportswear recently dropped the Nike Air force 180 Mid ‘Glow-In-The-Dark’ colourways. Spring 2013 keeps Ballin heads happy with the release of 2 colourways in the Nike Air force 180 Mid, expected to hit retailers for February 2013. Check out the Black/Atomic/Violet colourway after the jump. Which colourway will you be picking up?
Last weekend we had the release of the Nike Air Spizike ‘Toro Bravo’ and now images have surfaced along with the rumor that Jordan Brand will be releasing a Jordan IV in the ‘Toro Red’ Colourway for Fall 13. The all red Air Jordan 4 was first seen on Carmelo Anthony’s Instagram, maybe this one is only a PE Exclusive? Keep an eye on Asylum Sneaker for more news regarding the release of the Toro Bravo IV.
The Nike Air Max 1 is renowned to be the best Sneaker silhouette of all time and with the recent boost in popularity, Nike will be releasing a Vintage version of the OG White/Red colourway for Spring 2013. The silhouette of previous AM1 releases a year or two ago had the world up in arms but from the looks of the Spring 13 Sample, the shape and materials look on point.
One of Nike’s newest silhouettes, the Roshe Run made it’s deut this year and was welcomed by the Sneaker community with open arms. Styled in a similar way to the Nike Air Presto and Nike Air Huarache, the Roshe Run gave us something new but still with some familiarity. Comfort played a massive part in the success of the Roshe Run. 2013′s Roshe Run however gets a small change. The branding from the side panel is now featured on the toe box similar to the Nike Hyperdunk. What do you think to the makeover of the Roshe Run?
The Nike Air Max 1 seems to grow in popularity on a daily basis, even the updated Hyperfuse makeups don’t hang around. With the steep increase in price of the the Jordan Brand Retro releases, will this have an effect on what the consumer buys? Maybe a classic Running silhouette is a much better option at nearly half the price? It seems that the Nike Air Max 1 will continue to roll out into 2013 making some pretty strong statements along the way. We’ve seen the Nike Air Max Light get the Vintage treatment as a Quickstrike release and Spring 13 will see the Nike Air Max 1 get the same treatment as part of the mainline collection. It’s hard to tell but it seems as if the shape is pretty much bang on unlike the production of the Air Max 1 a couple of years ago. Worn effect suede overlays look of a good quality and the midsole isn’t over vintaged like the Air Max Light. Keep an eye on Asylum Sneaker for more Nike Air Max 1 Vintage Spring 2013.
Nike continue to reinvent the classic Nike Air Max 1 silhouette for Spring 13 with the introduction of the Engineered Mesh technology. Images of the Nike Air Max 1 Engineered Mesh White/Red have already done the rounds on the internet and now this Maroon/Burgundy colourway is due to join it. Is the Nike Engineered Mesh Nike’s GR equivalent of the Fly Knit technology? Keep an eye on Asylum Sneaker for more info.