The new Liberty x Nike Sportswear Summer 2014 collection will release on April 26th, 2014 at Nikestore. The sneakers were originally slated for a May 7th launch globally, so we're pretty sure that plenty of you are happy right now upon hearing the news that they're showing up a little earlier than expected. Included in the range are the Nike Roshe Run, Nike Free 4.0 UK the Nike Dunk Sky High, the Nike Blazer, and the Nike Air Max 90. Continue reading for images on each of them and tell us down in the comments which of these upcoming Liberty x Nike releases are on your radar.
Did you know that Tinker Hatfield's brother is also an accomplished Nike designer in his own right? He's not had quite the impact of Tinker, really nobody has, but Tobie Hatfield has nonetheless had his hands in plenty of important projects out in Beaverton. One of them was the creation of Nike Free, that barefoot technology that's celebrating its 10 year anniversary in 2014. In this interview with Design Boom, Tobie talks of a trip to Stanford wherein the barefoot grass runs of Nike Free Run the track team inspired the decade-strong Nike tech. Check out the full interview at Design Boom and watch for more Nike design tales right here.
The Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse is about to get way more colorful this summer by way of the three-toned soles coming up soon. But before we get to those, there are a few more tonal styles to enjoy like the pair pictured above. This is one of the most neutral Roshe Run Hyperfuses you're going to find, with a Sail upper and Medium Orewood Brown sole a suitable match for ¡ª put it like this, there's an infinitesimally small set of clothing options you could wear with any other sneaker but not these.
The next round of Liberty x Nike Free Run Shoes Nike women's sneakers is on its way for a Summer 2014 release. Gathered here is just half of the set in the form of a Roshe Run, Nike Air Max 90, Blazer, and Dunk Sky Hi all wearing the same floral print culled from the Liberty LKH510ioTgRpE archives. Continue reading to see a detailed set of angles for each of the sneakers and then tell us in the comments which of these you'll be plucking from the shelves when they arrive. This ladies release is right up there with the most versatile pairs of 2014 and so you'll want to keep your eyes peeled because they already sold out at Titolo.
The latest Nike Roshe Run to hit us with that split m Nike Free Run Saleidsole look is one whose primary pigment reaches back to the very early days of Nike branding their color codes. This new Military Blue edition reaches back to the summer of 1989 with that namesake original Air Jordan IV, and this one has a fair share of 1990s dog days thanks to the Sprite effect from the Turbo Green and Summit White sole. So this colorway of today's hottest lifestyle shoe at least in terms of coloring can be seen to borrow from the past, and it's available now at shops like Politics.
About three weeks ago, we got our first look at a new type of mesh on the Nike Roshe Run. This style swapped out the original mesh that's the standard for Nike Free Run Online this shoe and switched to one that could accommodate more layering. In turn, the color placed as the base layer for these pairs' toes extend down onto a new style of split midsole, pictured here in Anthracite with an unnamed red color out in front. Click in to see how the Venom Green loops really set this style off, then cop yours from shops like Politics.