Nike To Drop Two Running Collections On Thursday

Nike wants all runners, from the competitors to the weekend warriors, hitting the pavement in its latest and greatest shoes. To entice the runners of the world, the athletic giant is set to release two performance collections, inspired by competition and fashion.

Hitting stores tomorrow is Nike’s fastest fleet of footwear designed to compete with the elite – the Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack, ands well as the Red Carpet Runner collection – inspired by the L.A. runner who wants a stylish look while moving fast.

Nike Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack Men's
The men's selections from the Nike Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack.
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The Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack features four silhouettes for men and three for women, and ranges in price from $100 to $120. The Air Zoom Pegasus 32 CP and Air Zoom Elite 8 CP ($110 and $115, respectively) will be available for both men and women; the Air Zoom Structure 19 CP ($120) and the Air Zoom Streak 5 CP ($100) will be available just for men, and the LunarTempo 2 CP ($100) will be available just for women.

Nike Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack Women's
The women's selections from the Nike Running Spring 2016 Competitor Pack.
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The Red Carpet Runner collection boasts three shoes only for women. The Air Max 2016 RCR will retail for $200, the Air Zoom Elite 8 RCR comes with a $125 price tag, and the LunarTempo 2 RCR retails for $110.

Nike women’s Air Max 2016 RCR
Nike women’s Air Max 2016 RCR.
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Women’s Nike Air Zoom Elite 8 RCR
Nike women’s Air Zoom Elite 8 RCR.
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Women’s Nike LunarTempo 2 RCR
Nike women’s LunarTempo 2 RCR.
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