Nike Releases Six Shoes Today

Nike Cortez Ultra Moire
Nike Cortez Ultra Moire.
Courtesy of Nike

If there weren’t enough Nike shoes to choose from this past weekend, the athletic giant has six you could add to your collection arriving in stores today. With basketball, training and retro shoes, Nike has you covered.

Three styles ready for the hardwood are available now, including the Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit in the white, bright crimson and dark obsidian colorway. The shoe — which retails for $200 and is available via SNKRS — features a one-piece Flyknit upper and compression collar, as well as a full-length Zoom Air unit.

Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit. Courtesy of Nike

Also available today in basketball are patriotic iterations of the Kobe 11 and the LeBron Zoom Soldier 10. The Kobe 11 Elite “White/Deep Royal” colorway is available on nike.com in men’s and kid’s sizes for $200 and $135, respectively, and the LeBron Zoom Soldier 10 “Obsidian” is available in men’s sizes for $140 on SNKRS and kid’s sizes on nike.com for $110.

Kobe 11 Elite White Deep Royal Kobe 11 Elite “White/Deep Royal.” Courtesy of Nike
Nike LeBron Zoom Soldier 10 Obsidian Nike LeBron Zoom Soldier 10 “Obsidian.” Courtesy of brand.

For training, Nike has a pair of colorways dropping today of its acclaimed Metcon 2 shoe. The Metcon 2 Amp-X in the black, royal blue, and white colorway is available via nike.com in men’s and women’s sizing for $140. Also in men’s and women’s sizing on nike.com is the Metcon 2 Amp in the volt, blue glow and black colorway for $140.

Metcon 2 Amp-X Metcon 2 Amp-X. Courtesy of Nike
Metcon 2 Amp Metcon 2 Amp. Courtesy of Nike

On the retro front is the Cortez Ultra Moire. The updated silhouette, boasting a perforated upper and Nike Ultra sole, is available in men’s and women’s sizes for $100 on SNKRS.

Nike Cortez Ultra Moire Nike Cortez Ultra Moire. Courtesy of Nike

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