For the holidays, Nike has introduced a new Air Max style with the Air Max Tavas. Drawing inspiration from past Air Max silhouettes as well as the women’s Air Max Thea, the Air Max Tavas features a minimal upper and rests atop an Air Max sole which promises enhanced comfort and durability. Offered in Grey Mist/Flash Lime-Armory Slate-Obsidian and Green Glow/Black-Mint-Emerald Green colorways, the Holiday 2014 Air Max Tavas is now available at retailers likeOverkill for approximately $147 USD.Nike once again teams up with London’s Liberty on a new sneaker collection for the upcoming Holiday 2014 season. Their latest collaboration marks their 10th collection and to celebrate, the two outfitted some the Swoosh’s most popular silhouettes in a new custom print. A contemporary geometric pattern is featured throughout with a definitive polka dot design laid over a classic floral Liberty Art Fabric.
The Holiday 2014 collection is offered in two muted seasonal colorways — Belmont Ivy Black and Belmont Ivy Burgundy — both finished off with Nike’s tonal polka dots. The Burgundy color palette features on the Blazer Mid, Air Max 1, Internationalist and Air Force 1 Mid, while the Black adorns the Air Max 1 Mid, Internationalist Mid and Lunar Force 1 Sky Hi.Look for the Nike x Liberty Holiday 2014 footwear collection to launch exclusively at Liberty London on November 1 and at nike/sportswear as well as select Nike Sportswear retailers on November 28.Nike presents a new premium version of the LeBron 11 Low, shortly after having unveiled the new LeBron 12 earlier this week. Graphically inspired by fine Chinese porcelain, the sneaker features a blue-and-white swirl pattern above a clean white midsole and icy-blue Max Air cushioning unit.
A spray of blue speckles on the heel is yet another nice touch on this limited edition release. Priced at $190, the Nike LeBron 11 Low “China” will be available September 25 on Nike.Already having previewed the Air Max 90 Hyperfuse a little while ago, a long awaited release has finally come, in this tonal Neon Yellow Air Max 90. The Hyperfuse technology first introduced by Nike Basketball, uses heat and pressure to bind panels, rather than traditional cut-and-sew methods, making the sneakers more lightweight, breathable and a better comfortable fit. This release is available now from Mita.