The Nike Air More Uptempo had a huge year in 2017 and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Granted, the 1996 retro basketball model has long-since been a lifestyle staple thanks to its bulky ‘Air’ side panels and uniquely comfortable midsole unit. It utilizes that classic Triple Black look that’s always been a classic look for the model, it’s just usually paired with white piping for those ‘Air’ panels to directly benefit. Instead, a 3M Reflective piping replaces that look with matching stripes on the lacing system and heel. If you love all-black kicks then you need to add these to your collection.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Incognito’ on March 17th at Finishline.com.
Every year, Nike has sneakerheads waiting and wondering what their next big move will be with the Air Max line. Last year they blew everyone away with the new-look Nike VaporMax Flyknit and it was just what the SWOOSH needed. A breath of fresh air in their legendary running line that has dominated year after year. We’re two months into 2018 and for #AirMaxMonth Nike is giving us the Nike Air Max 270. The Air Max 270 unit, and its subsequent shoe, is the first 100 percent lifestyle Air shoe that is designed with the same rigor as sport performance but for the demands of all-day wear. The shoes “270” moniker is derived from the 270 degrees of visible air within its Max Air unit.
The 270 has a form-fitting zoned mesh upper for flex and breathability, as well as a molded dual-density foam layer for smooth transition from heel to forefoot. Featuring the tallest Air Max heel unit in the history of the brand, the Air Max 270 features heavy inspiration from early 90s icons in the Air 180, which featured a cushion unit that was exposed to the ground, and the Air Max 93, Nike’s first half-length Air Max bag. With four colors of the Air Max 270 on the way, you’ll need to start planning which one you must have or you can grab them all.
Make sure you add the Nike Air Max 270 to your rotation on March 2nd at Finishline.com.
The Nike Flyknit Trainer made its return last year after sneakerheads had been asking for them for years. Originally debuted to the world during the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, the ultralight trainer became an instant hit in the sneakerworld thanks to its fresh look and some celebrity influence. With Nike being the ones to thank for ushering in the “Knit” generation of sneakers, we can now relive the excitement of 2012 with a fresh pair in the OG colorway. The next pair to hit shelves will be the ‘Oreo’ colorway and it returns in its classic Black and White color scheme. Unlike the original pair, the retro will come with solid Black Flywire cables instead of being covered in White specks.
You can grab your pair of the Nike Flyknit Trainer ‘Oreo’ on February 27th at Finishline.com.
The Nike Flyknit Trainer made its return last year after sneakerheads had been asking for them for years. After the resurgence last year in a classic colorway and some fresh new ones, Nike is picking up where they left off last year by dropping a new colorway that looks good on any shoe. Get ready for the next Nike Flyknit Trainer to get murdered out with a dope ‘Triple Black’ colorway that everyone loves. The sneaker is basically dipped in the black hue while subtle anthracite accents are used on the flywire cables and swooshes across its sides. A matching rubber sole finally completes the tonal design altogether. Everything looks better in ‘Triple Black’ and the Flyknit Trainer is one of the best.
You can grab your pair of the Nike Flyknit Trainer ‘Triple Black’ on February 23rd at Finishline.com.
To go along with the upcoming Nike Air Max 270, Nike Sportswear will also be debuting the Nike Air Force 270. One of the first colorways to release comes dressed in the original ‘Safari’ colorway that Tinker Hatfield made famous back in 1987 with the Air Safari. The upcoming Air Force 270 is trendy in every way as it comes with a molded heel, utility-grade buckle, and perforated toe that is geared toward exposing the stitches and the joints. You can’t forget about the heel that is also on the Air Max 270, as the air unit provides the comfort, while a inner bootie ensures snug fit.
Start 2018 strong and keep that rotation rolling when you cop the Nike Air Force 270 ‘Safari’ on February 20th at Finishline.com.
Like we saw on the Travis Scott x Air Force 1 that dropped last year and the Nike Foamposite Pro that is dropping at ASW, the swappable Swoosh trend continues. Nike is dropping a collection of Air Force 1 Lows that give you the option of mixing up your look with these special AF 1s and their six color options. As the Air Force 1 has become a footwear icon over the years, Nike has had to update it with different style options to keep up with the changing trends. Like every All Star week over the years, Nike is packing the week full of releases that have everyone debating if they break the bank on every release or play it safe and save some cash by only buying their must-haves.
This Air Force 1 comes with six Swoosh design options in bold colors that pop. They connect to the shoe with a hook and loop fastener, and wrap all the way around the heel for a streamlined look and feel. Switch your Swoosh out daily to hook up with your look. With so many different color options you can have a new look each time you wear these, you can even double up and go with two colored swooshes at once.
You can grab both colors of the Air Force 1 Low ‘Swoosh Pack’ on February 15th at Finishline.com.
Through the last couple of years, sneaker brands have celebrated and honored historic moments through colorways and special designs. Nike has honored February and Black History Month with special colorways and designs on numerous styles and signature sneakers over the years. While Nike Basketball and Nike Running dropped their pairs a few weeks ago, NSW has decided to honor this feat with a primarily black Air Force 1 High iteration that furthers Nike’s continued Pan-African aesthetic. Its black tumbled leather upper features Pan-African flag striping from the tip of the toebox straight back to the heel of the midsole. The shoe also features the classic ‘BHM’ decal on the heel.
We will be dropping this very clean Air Force 1 High in our flagship stores ONLY. The three stores that will be carrying this shoe are:
Finish Line Shoe Store Woodfield Mall. Illinois.
Address: 5 Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg, IL 60173
Finish Line Shoe Store Del Amo Fashion Center. California.
Address: 3525 W Carson St, Torrance. CA 90503
New York City:
Finish Line Shoe Store Roosevelt Field Mall. New York.
Address: 630 Old Country Rd 1128. Garden City, NY 11530
Make sure you hit up these stores if you’re in the area to get the scoop on the release. You can grab a pair of these from the stores above on February 5th.
Nowadays it’s hard to find a look that you can call your own. With trends changing so fast and must-have pieces being so key to any wardrobe, it can be hard to find that one piece that is a must-have. Now, you don’t have to look any further than hitting up your local Finish Line for the new NSW Anorak Jacket when you need that staple piece.
The ’90’s fashion looks are coming back strong and you can see it everywhere you look. Big logos, vibrant colors, eclectic patterns and more are being used by brands to bring old-school style to life. This Anorak jacket embodies the big logo approach as Nike’s infamous SWOOSH covers the front from shoulder to shoulder.
Pair this with your favorite pair of jeans and some fresh forces and you’ll stand out when you step out. The half-zip design allows for custom coverage so you can craft your look to be specific to your style. With its lightweight feel, this jacket is essential for transitional weather and almost any outfit you can put together.
You can grab your Nike Sportswear Anorak Jacket and Air Force 1s now at Finishline.com.
Through the last couple of years, sneaker brands have celebrated and honored historic moments through colorways and special designs. Nike has honored February and Black History Month with special colorways and designs on numerous styles and signature sneakers over the years. While Nike Basketball dropped their pairs a few weeks ago, Nike Running has decided to honor this feat with a primarily black Vapormax iteration that furthers Nike’s continued Pan-African aesthetic with touches of green and red scattered that are scattered throughout and a tri-colored stripe on its heel. More gold detailing is featured on the insole and aglets, adding a luxe aesthetic to the model as well. Like we saw on the LeBron 15 and KD X, the Nike Vapormax BHM is following in their footsteps with “08 20 1993” featured toward its heel in that same gold lettering. On that date, Gail Devers set the IAAF world record for the 100m run; the record still stands today.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit ‘BHM’ on February 1st at Finishline.com.