Bringing a bolder take to Nike's rugged running model, the “Black/Volt” iteration features a black Flyknit upper accompanied by a matching toggle lacing system, overlays and a Cushlon-equipped midsole. With a bright red heel pull tab and a full-length Volt VaporMax sole unit serving as the bolder elements of the shoe. Priced at $225 USD, the Air VaporMax Flyknit Utility “Black/Volt” is available now at BOTH AWOL locations
Throughout the early stages of Nike’s growing “Just Do It” collection, the Swoosh included a number of its most iconic Sportswear silhouettes. Surprisingly, one of the sneakers missing from that initial drop was the popular Air Max 97. However, that is all changing the model is available now. Utilizing a primarily black aesthetic, the increasingly popular all-over graphic adorns its mudguard as well as its lowest racing stripe. Orange and white make their presence known on the sole unit, with white taking shape on its midsole and orange being visible through its translucent Air unit. The Nike Air Max 97 "Just Do it" is available now at BOTH AWOL locations.
If you thought Nike was finished with its “Just Do It” collection, then you were wrong as Nike has absolutely no signs of slowing down. The next silhouette to receive an official set of Swoosh Brand images is the iconic and influential Air Huarache dressed in neoprene and its customary rubberized elements. Utilizing the primarily black aesthetic of the JDI capsule, an all-over Just Do It graphic can be seen on its underlay and throat, while orange gets ushered in on one of its heel counter, all atop a stark white midsole unit for contrast. Air Huarache City colors have already been a part of this growing collection of sneakers that celebrated 30 memorable years of the Just Do It catchphrase, but...
Following its Oil Grey/ Metallic Gold iteration paying homage to Brooklyn, Nikes Air More Money returns to honor another New York City borough — the Bronx. This time around, the Nike model dons a mix of white and midnight navy with gold accents similar to the New York Yankees. “AIR MONEY” is added to the lace guards in navy as the majority of the upper sees white. If you plan on switching things up, the pair comes with an extra set that says “Boogie Down” on one and “Bronx” on the other in gold script. Additional Nike branding returns to the top of its lace guards, midsole and heel. This "Bronx" Nike Air More Money is currently available at BOTH AWOL locations.
With news of Penny Hardaway's first signature sneaker making a return this year, the arrival will include a bevy of colorways for the silhouette, with "White Metallic" dropping in August. The Air Max Penny 1 will take on white-on-white color blocking, with metallic silver accents on the Swoosh and 1 Cent heel logo. Additional details includes 3M piping mid-panel, adding pop to the tonal colorway. The "White Metallic" Penny 1 is set to release on Friday, August 10 for $160 at BOTH AWOL locations.