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In time for the warmer months of the year, NIKEiD launches its new NSW Summer Collection. Consisting of the Nike Air Huarache, the Nike Air Max 90 Premium, and the Nike Air Max Thea Premium, this exclusive latest update to NIKEiD introduces premium iridescent leather uppers to the three silhouettes, as well as City iDs to rep your favorite metropolis. In general the update brings numerous synthetic leather in matte, shine or iridescent material options in various seasonal colors. Create your own exciting summer sneaker now here.Just before the weather gets too harsh, Nike releases the Holiday 2014 SneakerBoot collection to help combat the changing conditions. This season, the Nike SneakerBoot collection emphasizes three benefits – warmth, visibility and dryness. Basketball and running favorites from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s are bolstered and re-imagined, with features ranging from rugged interpretations of original outsoles to internal linings that make them as comfortable as their classic counterparts. Composed of 10 silhouettes in total, the collection includes sneakerboot renditions of the Air Max 90, Air Max 1, Lunar Force 1, LunarFresh, LunarElite Sky Hi, Roshe Run Hi, Air Trainer SC, LunarDome 1, Dunk Sky Hi and Roshe Run. Select styles from the SneakerBoot collection are now available at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online.

Nike continues their collaboration with Liberty for the Summer 2014 season with several print variations seen in part I. Included is the Dunk Sky Hi Wedge, outfitted in Liberty’s Anoosha print and finished off with dark blue leather detailing. The Blazer is given a Lora print atop a clean white sole, while both the Air Max 90 and Roshe Run come wrapped in the English company’s Crown print with dark blue trim. Order your favorite pair now straight from Libery’s online shop.In its 11th year, Nike continues to work with the Doernbacher Children’s Hospital and empowers children in the hospital through design. Since its inception the exceptional program has raised over $8 million. Once again the two have teamed up this year to design a collection of unique sneakers and matching apparel with select children patients. The collection for 2014 includes the Air Jordan Retro 8 DB, Nike Air Max Thea DB, Nike Air Max Penny DB, Nike Free 5.0 BG DB, Nike Stefan Janoski Max DB, and the Nike Free 5.0 GG DB. Each sneaker comes with an accompanying small apparel and/or accessories offering. The Nike Doernbacher Freestyle Collection 2014 will be released from Nike stores and Nike.com on November 23.

Read more in-depth stories about the six chosen patients and their designs here.Nike continues to push their Air Max styles and colorways with the Glow collection. Although we previewed the collection a few weeks ago, we now get to take a closer look at the offerings from the Swoosh’s latest pack. Featuring the Nike Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air Max 95 and Air Max Thea, the collection contrasts the clean, white tape construction against mesh glow-in-the-dark prints that illuminate in low light.Look for the sneakers to hit select Nike Sportswear soon.“Bourton Liberty print was first produced on dress fabrics in the 1960s and was described at the time as coming from the archive. Liberty has a wonderful collection of paisley style designs which have always provided inspiration for our designers. Bourton has been on classic Liberty Tana Lawn since 1987.”Today we can offer up a first exclusive and detailed look at one of the more anticipated releases of next season. For Spring 2013 the Nike Air Max 1 returns in one of its OG colors. First released in 1987, the 2013 version got a slight vintage treatment across the upper, yet otherwise remains true to the original in its white/grey/red colorway.The Nike Air Max 1 OG will be released January 2013 and you can be sure that it will sell out in no time.