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|Remember when the Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy randomly restocked nike mayfly woven at 21 Mercer and a small subset of NYC sneaker lovers got the rare chance to walk right in and cop the coveted release? Well for the rest of you this is your chance to re-up, although its not a restock of a pair that s already hit the market but rather the delayed arrival of a stray style from the Galaxy ganged that s been teased for some time now. The pair is the Nike Zoom Rookie boasting the starry look, one currently on deck for September of 2012. Can this hybrid Foamposite hit the same bar set by its predecessors? Let us know what you think in the comments below and be sure to hit the jump for a bunch of new angles on the Nike Zoom Rookie Galaxy .
Sneaker News has followed Nike Basketball back through the first half of its examination of the past twenty years, and after Tinker Hatfield s name rang out through the first week, this black nike roshe second go-round has been dominated by another legendary designer. But even with all the success of the Air Penny 1, Air Foamposite One, Flightposite and Shox BB4, Eric Avar looked to Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman for inspiration on the 2001 flagship release. The Nike Air Hyperflight was a response to the question with which Bowerman met Avar nike foamposites in product meetings over the years: Can you make it lighter? Click through to see the sketches that show the transition from the rocket-infused BB4 into a new era of synthetics and bold colorways and stick with Sneaker News for the second half of this series next week.
At the turn of the 80 s into the 90 s, sneakers were defined not as a dominance of just one brand, but a free-for-all for a wide variety of labels doing their best to put out the best and most advanced sneakers at the time. It was that era through brought along one of the most celebrated and game-changing advancements in footwear technology we re talking about Reebok nike sneaker s introduction of Pump in 1989. Pump was a collaborative effort between Reebok s Paul Litchfield and the industrial design firm Design Continuum, with the basis of pumping Air via an internal inflation mechanism that provided better stability and fit at the lower tongue and ankle collar of the shoe. Despite its unprecedented MSRP, Reebok Pump was insanely successful in sport, on street, and in pop-culture, and incited a three-way battle among Reebok, Nike, and LA Gear the latter two developing their own pump module-based footwear design.
The Woven silo was given a nice Rainbow effect with the early 2000 HTM releases of the Air Woven, and since then, anything with that multi-colored pixelated effect has been a must-have item for the Footscape cult following. Starting with the Lunar Woven Chukka Rainbow TZ releases of 2010 up to the recent Euro Cup Woven drops, the Woven/Footscape coterie has been juggling with an abundance of great footwear releases over the last two years and the Sail and Black colorways of the Footscape Woven Chukka Motion only adds to that overabundance of greatness. If you ve been looking around for these for a bit, mark your calendars for August 31st as both will hit Nikestore and other select spots like Japanese retailer mita, so peep the new images below and get em in advance on eBay.
Coming up as part of Nike SB s spring 2013 lineup is a new lowtop dunk whose color scheme has some comparing them to the black and white nike way we ll soon see Eric Koston appropriate the iconic Infrared Air Max 90 look. Their connections remain to be seen, so you could just as easily argue that we re simply looking at a timeless athletic palette, and one whose new nickname further reflects that sense of timeless refinement. The Nike SB Dunk Low Earl Grey utilizes the same nubby ripstop nylon material we just saw on a black/purple pair also slated for SP13, but this pair relegates that unique material to the ankle collar and tongue. Have a closer look after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for more details including word on the Q1 release.