Nike Air Max HAL Pack

Nike continues to set its eye on revamping retro classics with a three-sneaker HAL Pack that includes the Air Max 90, Air Max 95 and Air Max 97 Ultra ‘17. It’s united by an army flight jacket-inspired palette of olive green and black. Each old-school silhouette is swathed in premium suede, tactical nylon and buttery leather, all the while maintaining their respective design features.The HAL pack will release tomorrow at select Nike Sportswear Japan retailers and online at Nike’s web store. –HB

Nike’s Air Woven Boot is back in Black/Dark Russet coloring. This time around, black takes over the woven upper as it rests atop a clean white midsole. Snakeskin leather is presented on the heel as a subtle contrast in the aforementioned “Dark Russet” coloring with contrasting black stripes. Nike branding is incorporated onto the sneaker’s tongue in addition to its heel for a finishing touch. These are currently available at select Nike Sportswear retailers for $200. –HB

Nike revealed plans for a new Air Force 1 High to celebrate Black History Month, drawing inspiration from the Pan-African flag for the shoe’s design. Now, the Swoosh is back with another significant Air Force 1 High drop before this month ends. Once again utilizing the fan-favorite “Triple Black” colorway, Nike have served up an all-black iteration of the Air Force 1 High Canvas. Featuring matching tongue and heel pull tabs, this latest Air Force 1 High Canvas stands out thanks to some unique features and the tasteful application of the traditional AF-1 branding. –HB


Nike Air Max 98 OG “Tour Yellow”

The Nike Air Max 98 is approaching it’s 20th anniversary, and now we finally have official release details. Teased last month on social media, fans seemed to be very pleased at the return of the retro colorway. The “Tour Yellow” is set to release on January 26th and we can expect a full retrospective push when Air Max Day rolls back around. It will launch for $160 from Nike retailers. –HB


Nike Air Vapormax Plus “Gradient”

Following its reveal as part of the drops leading to this year’s Air Max Day, another colorway of the Nike Air Vapormax Plus has emerged. Resting atop a black Vapormax unit, the upper’s wavy underlay welcomes a color transition from heel to toe. Racer Blue kicks things off as it moves towards Hyper Violet Red in the midfoot and Team Red closing things out on the toe. Its overlay matches the sole unit in black while the heel’s Swoosh logo is treated the same. This edition is slated to drop on January 25 for $190 at select Nike retailers. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Eternal Future”

Despite the Air Max 97 having made some notable appearances — including dropping as part of Virgil Abloh x Nike‘s “The Ten” and as a custom model from Skepta — it’s still fair say that 2017 was the year of the Air Force 1. 2018, however, kicks off with the 97 in full focus. Coming in ”Stealth Black & Anthracite,” “Burnished Bronze,” and “Obsidian Blue,” the new Air Max 97 “Eternal Future” pack sees the classic silhouette fully reinvigorated for the new year. This pack is set to drop at selected Nike retailers January 27. –HB

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