Nike Air News And Updates: Surprises From The New Kicks Line Shared; Nike Air Max Royal 1 Released Today

By Roleen Delos Reyes , Updated May 26, 2016 05:33 AM EDT
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Lasers are giving Nike the zing they need. As fans continue to line up to boost their collection, the Nike Airplethora is not holding back on the innovation especially in its new line of laser-cut ensemble. The Nike Air Tech Challenge pumps up with a new color look for the Andre Agassi tennis shoes.

According to Kicks On Fire, the new Nike Air will be covered in light toned birch. The details are accurately cut and lined by the lasers employed by Nike Air. The kicks welcome textures as this Nike Airs new leather and suede material together. Fans can now spice their outfit with a splurge on the new Nike Air kicks.

If lasers are not enough to get you a new Nike pair, maybe the Nike Air max hitting up the market will be a better prompt. High Snobiety reported that It is shedding off its neutral looks as the Nike Air Max Royal 1 is hitting the fans via stormy appearance in vibrant red and blue. The colors are even dubbed as "Game Royal" and will only be exclusively sold online.

Nike is obviously upping its classic game. Apart form the Nike Air line, the Nike Mayfly woven will also be touched with a new blue overhaul. A good alternative in case stocks ran out for a pair of the new Nike Air Max Royal.

But nothing says wearable art more than the soon-to-be-released Nike Air Max 95. Based on Complex, this is more than texture- or color-play as it paints your Nike Air kicks with an actual original painting pieces. Sneakerheads are just losing their heads over the painting-filled suede "Nike Air" and can hardly wait for its impending launch, especially if you are one to fawn over customized kicks.

However, Nike is staring the waiting game for Nike Air Max 95. As a diverting mechanism, the similar "Nike Air" in a denim version is available and the "Nike Air" Max Royal set to be sold tomorrow.

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