Exclusive: Nike iD Builder 2011 – UPDATE


UPDATE: 6.29.11 – Nike Air Max 1 palette update has been moved to next month.

So we know a few shoes and palette updates didn’t make the dates originally posted. Just like most, we all were a little disappointed. But hey, shit happens and things are always subject to change anyway. With a little digging and a conversation I had with my Nike iD friends, they were able to share a couple of things about the Nike Air Max 1 palette update,OG Free and LunarGlide 3…

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Quick Pics: Nike Factory Store In Portland


My best friend is out on vacation in Portland and decided to send me these Quick Pics of the Nike Factory Store out there. Or rather, tease me with them since I have yet to go out there. Here’s the sad part. He probably didn’t even step into the place to buy anything as he’e not the biggest sneaker wearer out there. Give him some Chucks and he’s good to go. Check out the other image…

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Available: Nike Air Presto Retro 2011


My favorite Alpha Project shoe is here. The Nike Air Presto retroed for 2011. To date, it’s still the most comfortable shoe I’ve ever worn. Unlike last years monotone c/w’s, these add a clear upper panel and white toe-box swoosh. Something we haven’t seen in quite some time. Interested?…

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Exclusive: Nike Free Run 2 iD Swatches


Here you’ll get to see the swatches for the Nike Free Run 2 iD. There are 12 colors to choose from starting with Total Orange, Challenge Red, Cherry, Court Purple, Binary Blue, Treasure Blue, Bright Turquoise, Electric Green, Volt, White, Cool Grey and Black. Some of these are not available for all the parts of the shoe though. The main overlay only allows you to choose from only six of the hues…

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Quick Pics: Nike 10S Signature Model


This is more than a quick pic because I took a few more photos than just one or two, so excuse me for cheating a little. Here is a Nike 10s Signature model made specifically for tennis fans in NYC.  The shoe comes in a size 14 and is made from Nap, the tennis ball material. It’s a layer of felt fabric made up of wool and artificial fibers. It allows you to get a nicer absorption of your favorite player’s autographs. Pretty ingenious idea. Check out the close ups after the break…

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