The VaporMax is continuing to be a top style in 2018 and with the assortment of different colorways, it’s hard to pass up on one of the most innovative designs in Nike’s Air Max family. This next colorway is showing an Atmosphere Grey on the flyknit upper and Crimson-Sunset Glow around the base. The Air Max unit is a clear bottom and gives the entire look a fresh appeal. Bring your VaporMax rotation up to speed with the latest for your athleisure wardrobe and enjoy your summer with a pop of color.
Keeping things fresh and updated in the sneaker world, Finish Line is spreading some love to Denver, Colorado for our fourth flagship location. We’re excited to see how our latest technology and styles engage with the Mile High City. Interactive screens, shoe-eye-view stations and more will find a home at Finish Line, Park Meadows and we will of course have all the latest sneaker styles available for you to take home.
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To go along with the numerous Nike Air Max 270 drops that we’ve seen, Nike Sportswear has been releasing the Nike Air Force 270. One of the first colorways to release was in the original ‘Safari’ colorway that Tinker Hatfield made famous back in 1987 with the Air Safari and we’ve seen other clean designs since. 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. Now, with summer right around the corner, Nike is dropping two super clean colorways that you won’t want to pass up. The first Air Force 270 is paying homage to the classic Air Carnivore that originally debuted back in 1993. It comes dressed in a Black, Court Purple and dark Atomic Teal color scheme. This Air Force 270 comes with the original zebra-like pattern used on its midfoot strap. It features a combination of Teal and Purple with Black and White detailing.
The other pair that’s dropping comes in a smooth, triple red color scheme. The bright hue basically covers the sneaker’s premium upper made of leather, nylon and crocodile print detailing seen on the sides. The multi-texture sneaker also features a utility buckle strap across the forefoot and a jeweled mini Swoosh at the side of the ankle, while the large translucent Air Max 270 heel bag and a white midsole completes the design altogether.
Last year, Nike celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 97 and they went all out with the releases and colorways. If you’re a lover of all things Air Max then the past two years had to be your favorite as Nike dropped so many classics that are so hard to resist. Over the years, the Air Max 97 has branched out into many different color schemes, from all-red to camo to black with Swarovski crystals, just to name a few. Now, they’re rereleasing one of the top three colorways of this shoe and it’s just in time for Summer.
Coming dressed in that classic Metallic Gold, Varsity Red, White, and Black color scheme that will always be in style. This Nike Air Max 97 last made its debut back in 2017 for the anniversary of the silhouette. For 2018, Nike is bringing back the colorway once again for those that may have missed out. Make sure you peep the next page to see what’s dropping along side this 97.
In April we saw the Air Max 95 and 97 dressed in fun colorways for the Terrazzo Pack, and this month both silhouettes will get another makeover of multicolor goodness.
The Air Max 97 has the majority of the confetti print on the upper by the laces and traditional 97 ripples, while the 95 will see its makeup on the bottom half of the upper and a splattered paint design on the midsole.
Both are ready to set you a part from other Air Max colorways and perfect for warm weather athleisure.
Nike Air Max lovers and Volt enthusiasts alike, get ready to step out in one of the cleanest pair of kicks to drop all year. The Nike Air Max 270 is getting decked out in Volt and your only place to get a pair is exclusively with us. We’re going to be dropping them for men, women, and kids with two colors to choose from. Now you need to decide if you’re going to go with the Volt or the stylish Pink pair. With summer right around the corner, you’re gonna want to step out in a clean pair that’s going to get you noticed and these will do just that.
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Nike’s groundbreaking running innovation 7 years in the making undergoes new evolution. The Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 places the most air ever directly underfoot for an unbelievably light and flexible feel. Nike dropped the Air VaporMax Flyknit 2 back in March just in time for #AirMaxDay and they continue to drop colorway after colorway. With summer and warm weather right around the corner, it’s only right that they keep bringing the heat. The next two colorways to hit the streets on the VaporMax 2 are ‘Racer Blue’ and ‘Oreo’.
If you’re a Knicks fan then this pair is perfect for you. The ‘Racer Blue’ pair features a Blue Flyknit upper that is paired with Total Crimson accents on the tongues and Nike Swoosh logos. A sock-like collar, Black heel clip and pull tab atop a VaporMax sole unit completes the design.
Much like previous ‘Oreo’ colorway releases, this VaporMax 2.0 sports a mix of Black and White throughout its Flyknit constructed upper. Instead of going with a solid Black VaporMax outsole, this iteration includes a clear sole unit. If you’re a fan of kicks in this color scheme then you’ll need to pick up a pair for yourself.
Amp up your SS’18 wardrobe with the latest from Nike Sportswear. As 90s trends continue to make a strong comeback.Last summer, their windbreakers and sweatpant shorts were the go-to’s. This year, the Swoosh is capitalizing with tape details and big logos.
From the highly-coveted Air Max 95 to hoodies, track jackets, and track pants, the tape look is already coming out strong. The apparel features light and soft polyknit materials for comfort and ventilation. The footwear sports a leather and synthetic leather upper. Equipped with 3m, unique pull tab, and of course the Max Air unit which provides responsive cushioning as well as impact protection.
As Nike continues to push the envelope on their designs and stories, they have started to mesh the old school with the new school. The Nike Air VaporMax took 2017 by storm and the style evolved throughout the year as we saw different variations of the shoe. Now the VaporMax is getting mashed up with a classic running style from the SWOOSH, the Air Max Plus. The Nike VaporMax Plus mixes together the Air Max Plus and VaporMax into one. It features a neoprene upper with TPU overlays that follows the signature style of the Air Max Plus, and the shoe sits atop a VaporMax sole, Air Vapor Max Plus branding on the tongues and “VM” logo on the heel to complete the design altogether. Talk about the best of both worlds.
Meant to improve both its durability and flexibility, it will grant the wearer total piece of mind when putting these on in less than ideal weather conditions. Primarily dressed in black, it sports the same zig zag uppers that have recently begun popping up on standard Air Max Plus selections.