Nike is gearing up for its new releases this September. There is a lot to expect from the popular sports brand this season.
The most exclusive ones this season include KD 8 “Hunt’s Hill Night,” which is released in Night Silver/Deep Pewter-Tumbled Grey-Green Glow. It is the 8th Nike signature shoe of NBA superstar Kevin Durant. The retail price of the KD 8 “Hunt’s Hill Night” sneakers is $180, released September 2.
September 2 releases include Nike Free Trainer 5.0 v6 ‘Oregon’ exclusive for multi-sport work-outs and Nike Zoom All Court CK, specially designed for the skateboarders, sold for $110 and $85, respectively.
“The newest Nike Free Trainer 5.0 V6 ‘Oregon’ colorway features Kelly Green and Black uppers, punctuated by complimentary school logos and “Win The Day” emblazoned on the inside of the tongue,” noted Nike.
The company also released Air Max 95 “Anniversary” on September 3 which includes “a Filigree graphic is laser-etched throughout the upper, honoring the milestone for the Air Max 95” men’s version and raw and refined women’s version.
Nike noted on Air Max 95 “Anniversary” that “It’s been 20 years since the Air Max 95 arrived and changed running footwear forever. Now reaching platinum status, two new takes on Sergio Lozano’s masterpiece come to life for its 20th anniversary. Featuring the Air Max 95 in Men’s and Women’s, both pairs come dressed for the occasion in celebratory platinum tones.”
Nike Running Modern Gold Rush Pack released on September 3 is reported to feature six pairs of running shoes with metallic gold swoosh. The retail price of these products would range from $120 to $130.
–Nike Women’s Nike LunarTempo MGR
– Men’s Nike LunarTempo MGR
– Women’s Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 MGR
– Men’s Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 MGR
– Women’s Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 MGR
– Men’s Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 MGR
The most anticipated Air Jordan 9 “Anthracite” is reportedly hitting the markets on September 5 and would be sold at $190 per pair. The sneakers would be coming in colors, Anthracite/White-Black.