Nike Sportswear bring us the “Gold Hypervenom” collection, previously labeled as the “Trophy Pack”. The sneakers carry on the tradition set by this year’s Mercurial and Magista packs and elaborate on a new pair of Swoosh boots, that would be the Neymar’s Gold Hypervernom Phantom Special Edition, for their inspiration.
Included in the group are the Nike Free Flyknit Chukka, Nike Air Max 1, Nike Roshe Run HYP, Nike Air Max 90 Jacquard, and the Nike Tiempo ’94, which all get outfitted with varying degrees of the regal color that ties them together.
The Nike Free Flyknit Chukka integrates the second skin-like fit of Nike Flyknit and feather-light support of Nike Flywire with the barefoot-like feel of Nike Free for the ultimate everyday shoe. Featuring the same Nike Sportswear-specific outsole as the Nike Free OG and Nike Free Breathe, the Nike Free Flyknit Chukka delivers the classic Nike Free feel.
On March 26, 1987, an Air Max revolution began that has progressed undeterred for 27 years. After celebrating the birth of the Air Max 1, the shoe known worldwide is re-envisioned to pay homage to Neymar Jr.’s journey to gold.
Upon the arrival of the Nike Roshe Run in 2013, the minimal silhouette became an instant classic. The simple mesh upper and one-piece Phylon outsole serve as a blank canvas with endless design possibilities. Outfitted with Nike Hyperfuse construction, the Nike Roshe Run HYP features improved durability, breathability and support.
Unabashedly classic, the Tiempo ’94 honors the genesis of Nike Football. Timeless details such as an oversized tongue, stitched upper, and bold heel branding are updated with tonal metallic-foil leather to pay tribute to the precious prize attained through victory.
The pattern-on-pattern capabilities of the distinctive jacquard weaving process brings new life to the upper of the classic Air Max 90 by eliminating traditional panels and overlays with a single piece of fabric. To increase comfort, a lighter Phylon midsole with forefoot flex grooves replaces traditional midsole construction.
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