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Nike Updates the Flyknit Racer with “Volt” Flywire

When the Flyknit Racer debuted back in 2012, the Black/White colorway was one of the most sought-after versions of the silhouette. Now the kicks are back more than three years later with a subtle update. Echoing the look of the original, the 2015 design boasts a sleek Flyknit upper of black and white, pairing it with a white Zoom-cushioned midsole and black rubber outsole. Now, however, the Dynamic Flywire comes in Nike's ubiquitous "Volt" hue as an added touch. Fans can find these now at Berlin's Overkill while supplies last. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike Free Flyknit NSW “Triple Black”

Designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker as a part of their collaborative HTM endeavor, the Free Flyknit NSW is set to make a return from Nike next year in a clean "Triple Black" look. Featuring the usual Flyknit upper and Free 5.0 sole unit, the design simply covers everything -- from the upper and sole to the branding, Dynamic Flywire and lacing -- in deep black. Expect these to hit Nike Sportswear retailers like Tokyo's atmos as a Spring 2016 release. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Here’s Your Chance to Take a Tour of Nike’s HQ with the Legendary Tinker Hatfield

The dream of visiting Nike's famous headquarters may soon be a reality for a few lucky people. Attached with the perk of meeting the legendary Tinker Hatfield, two people will have the chance to stop by the Beaverton, Oregon location thanks to a charity auction. The auction will be hosted by Charitybuzz and raise its funds for the Children's Cancer Association. The lucky winner will receive a visit to Nike's Innovation Kitchen to view sketches, prototypes and much more as a guest will join them as well, along with very special autographed pairs in the winners respective sizes. You can place your bid on the experience here. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike 2016 “Reflective Safari” Pack

Nike spices up its retro classics, the Air Max 1 Ultra Essential and Air Huarache Utility, in this "Reflective Safari" pack, due to be released next year. Featuring a bright combination of turquoise overlays with hits of mustard yellow throughout over a white mesh base, a distinctive safari print with reflective highlights segues into the white speckled midsole of both shoes. Black accents in the laces, the Air Max 1 Swoosh, and the Air Huarache Utility heel cage help to anchor the otherwise loud print. Expect Nike to bring the "Reflective Safari" pack to stores in Spring 2016. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

NIKE REFLECTIVE SAFARI PACK

One for the Aussie patriots and general lovers of fruit boots here – this Nike double pack combines green and gold and a strip of safari print to forge some blaring designs. The Nike Air Huarache Utility and Air Max 1 Ultra Essential are the chosen ones, and we can confirm that the safari rand is coated with 3M, so this thing is a true beamer by night and sunlight. Retailers will have both next year, retailers like sivasdescalzo. No related posts.

NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0

After debuting in a "Chalk for Your Feet" make-up earlier this month, the Free Trainer 1.0 is already getting the limited edition NikeLab treatment. Echoing the MetCon-like aesthetic of the original release, the NikeLab version of the shoe comes in a slick combination of black and brown and features a gum rubber sole along with a durable Kurim upper, Dynamic Flywire support and a zero-millimeter offset for a barefoot feel. The NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0 is set to hit NikeLab destinations worldwide and nike.com December 3. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike Air Trainer Huarache Mid & Low “Blackout”

Nike will be bringing a highly coveted colorway back to the cozy Air Trainer Huarache model. Returning in a "Blackout" colorway, you can expect the Nike Air Trainer Huarache silhouette to return in both Mid and Low options. Each edition will host materials such as black nubuck uppers along with ballistic nylon throughout respective portions of each. While not necessarily a Black Friday relese, keep an eye out for these to be available soon at select Nike retailers. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike Air Trainer Huarache Mid & Low “Blackout”

Nike will be bringing a highly coveted colorway back to the cozy Air Trainer Huarache model. Returning in a "Blackout" colorway, you can expect the Nike Air Trainer Huarache silhouette to return in both Mid and Low options. Each edition will host materials such as black nubuck uppers along with ballistic nylon throughout respective portions of each. While not necessarily a Black Friday relese, keep an eye out for these to be available soon at select Nike retailers. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike Football “Liquid Chrome” Pack

Nike has unveiled a visually stunning pack of football boots that integrate both the unwavering solidarity and mercurial qualities of metal. Describing the inspiration behind the designs, Nike Football Color Lead Emma Jobe says, "We wanted to create something that looks immovable — as if made of metal — but comes to life in motion. Light reflects off the boot when it comes in contact with the ball and produces almost a crumpling effect." Working closely with the brand's materials team, Nike has crafted colorways that measure up to the rigors of its highest performance standards in 4 different colorways: Red Bronze Hypervenom, Urban Lilac Mercurial, Metallic Pewter Magista, and Pure Platinum. The Liquid Chrome Pack will be available across cleated and NikeFootballX versions on November 30 via the Nike Football App and on December 2 through Nike online. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

Nike Air Trainer Huarache “Triple Black”

The Nike Air Trainer Huarache is now available in the popular "Triple Black" colorway. Featuring the retro silhouette from 1992, the mid-top shoe is comprised of a black nubuck upper with ballistic nylon paneling for durability. Keep your eyes peeled for these kicks to drop at Nike retailers worldwide. Check out it's low-top iteration here. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com