Nike plans to keep sneakerheads in its classic, most-sought-after shoes, even when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Its SneakerBoot collection, which boasts seven styles, is slated to hit stores on Nov. 5.
The Beaverton, Ore.-based athletic brand new line for men and women offers more rugged versions of the original outsoles and linings on its popular styles to keep them as comfortable as when they were first released. Added features to battle inclement weather include water-resistant uppers, heat-reflective sock liners, rubberized toes, thermal linings and more. The shoes also have reflective elements, including iridescent swoosh logos.
The men’s shoes include the Air Max 95 SneakerBoot, the Lunar Force 1 Duck Boot and the Air Max 90 SneakerBoot. The women’s styles include the Air Max 1 Mid SneakerBoot, the Acorra SneakerBoot and the Dunk Sky High 2.0 SneakerBoot.
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The DSX Flyknit version of this Metcon 3 includes a Flyknit top that makes it slightly lighter than its cousin. Plus it did not disappoint.First and foremost, the shoe is extremely comfortable and lightweight. The Flyknit upper grips the foot snugly so the shoe feels like an extension of your own body without sacrificing comfort. I particularly appreciated its own comfort and breathability after intense hour-plus-long workouts.I was happy with the performance of the shoe when performing heavy lifts. Can I wear it throughout a powerlifting contest? No. I felt that a little sacrifice in the only when I did near-max Deadlifts, and I’d prefer no heel fall for this sort of exercise. But that’s a compromise Nike needed to make since the shoe is also created for jogging, running and plyometrics.Although that the Metcom 3 isn’t the ideal lifting shoe, it’s a jack-of-all-trades that does lots of things well and can handle the huge majority of exercises, exercises and activities you throw at it.
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For both men and women, Nike Mountain Climbing is introducing a brand-new shoe, the Flyknit Trainer Chukka SneakerBoot, which features a double-layer Flyknit upper mixed with wool and finished with Defender Repellent Systems spray to keep them water-resistant.
Exclusive Nike SneakerBoot releases will be featured in the upcoming Nike Tech Book, the brand’s newest interactive look book, which launches Thursday.
The women’s Nike SneakerBoot collection.
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