Nike needs no introduction. As a worldwide famous corporation, Nike products keeps updating.Nike shoes have become very various today. However, there are always some classical designs that never goes out. If you find it hard to pick your shoes, you can listen to my advices.
Let’s begin with an absolute classic that has been around the sneaker game for almost 40 years now. The Nike Air Force was firstly designed in 1982 by Bruce Kilgore and has been one of the most popular shoes ever since. The ageless design and unmistakable silhouette make it an absolute icon.
The very special Nike Air Force 1 Shadow puts a playful twist on a classical b-ball design, maintaining the functionality and sturdiness of the original and adding bold elements that employ strength, fearlessness, and energy.
2.Nike Blazer Mid’77 Vintage
Nike Blazer is never going out of style. Longevity is key. The Nike Blazer launched in 1972 as a basketball sneaker and has since showcased tremendous staying power. The immensely versatile shoe can be dressed in a variety of fabrics from genuine leather to suede and canvas. It has been decorated with graphic prints, offering elaborate artwork that contrasts against the minimalist look. The Blazer has the unique ability of reinventing itself for the times.
Nike Blazer Mid’77 Vintage, its classical apperance is very popular in each winter.
3.Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next%
Another admirable option from Nike’s Next%-level running shoe collection, the Tempo is committed for a long haul.
This shoe “begged” us to take it on a long run straight from the box that we ended up going 13(!) miles at once! And what surprised us even more is that there was ZERO recovery time after running in this shoe. Your feet feel nice and pampered as if they just went on a light walk!
Not only does the Tempo Next% feel fast like its bigger brothers (Vaporfly and Alphafly), it is also unbelievably comfortable. There is no breaking-in needed with the Tempo Next%. It connects to your foot from the start.
Released in 1998, the Air Max Plus introduced Nike’s Tuned Air system., and as such became retrospectively known as the Air Max TN, Air Max Tuned, or Air Max Tuned 1 (TN1). Designed by Sean McDowell, the Air Max Plus featured transverse waves inspired by palm trees, and a prominent arch shank inspired by a whale tail.As the history keeps repeating itself, nowadays Nike TN Air Max sneakers are taking over the street again.
5.Nike SB Dunk low Unbleached
The Nike Dunk were first introduced to the sneaker industry in the mid-80s as a basketball shoe, representing college programmes in America. However, the Nike Dunk would later be adopted by skateboarders, becoming one of the hottest silhouettes around. Iconic colourways have seen a resurgence recently, sky-rocketing the sneaker’s popularity.
As the “Unbleached” collection is inspired by hand-dyeing, this Nike SB features slightly faded purple shades across its upper. On the textile midfoot, toebox and heel, the faint hue works itself into the textured detailing. On the suede mudguard, eyestays, collar flaps, heels and heel tabs it’s slightly richer. Swooshes, collars and puffy mesh tongues are done up in white, and the last of these pieces offers purple trim and an orange Swoosh on its tag.