A Quickstrike release, this Nike Air Trainer SC II is inspired by American football player Calvin Johnson Jr, whose un-guardable force has earned him the powerful nickname ‘Megatron’. Taking his title from the famous Hasbro toy, the Transformers Decepticon leader, Johnson’s superhuman skills push the limits of his position and his game.
Featuring a black nubuck upper with circuit board etchings, a black Swoosh, purple and red accents and the Decepticons logo emblazoned on the heel. Unfortunately these trainers do not transform into robots but they will definitely transform your trainer collection. These powerful kicks are available at all Offspring stores and online here.
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With the Jordan 5 model celebrating its 23rd anniversary this year, it seemed the perfect time to drop a new colourway.
This latest release features the well known black and white ‘Oreo’ colourway. Draped in black nubuck with an anthracite tongue and matching laces. The midsole is a mix of black and white with a flash of classic speckle print, an icy blue outsole and the iconic ‘23’ embroidery on the outside heel.
This limited release will drop in all Offspring stores on Friday 29th November, also known as Black Friday, when Christmas shopping gets into full swing and online at www.offspring.co.uk from the 2nd December, so make sure you snatch up a pair before the Christmas shoppers descend.
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The trainer that has had a huge impact in the last few years and become an absolute must for every sneaker head. The Nike Air Max 1 was lying dormant for many years as people favoured the simpler, subtle designs, but with the sudden demand for retro and statement trainers, the Air Max 1 slotted in perfectly.
First released in 1987, when many of its current wearers were born, the Air Max 1 updated a classic running silhouette, with the Nike Air cushioning unit on full display with its unique transparent window which proved to be a huge hit with trainer fans everywhere.
Since 1987 the Air Max 1 has been produced in a variety of colourways and fabric combinations and the ‘90s saw slight design changes in design to form the Air Max 1 we see today. With collaborative designs from Liberty of London, APC, Kid Robot and illustrator Ben Drury to name a few, the Air Max 1 has become an iconic design that can be easily transformed with multiple panels, unique textures and an endless combination of colours.
In the last two years the demand for this retro classic has seen Nike producing a wide variety of packs, Quickstrikes and collaborations utilizing the latest in their ever evolving technology.The latest offering from Nike is from their Quickstrike ‘Tape’ Pack, giving the seamless tape treatment to the most popular white, grey and red OG colourway. This futuristic version of its original colourway features engineered mesh, suede and Hyperfuse tape uppers.
With the OG release and new colours dropping monthly, the Air Max 1 keeps us interested and we at Offspring are looking forward to watching this iconic model evolve.
The Nike Air Max 1 ‘Tape’ white, grey and red model is available now in all Offspring stores and online at www.offspring.co.uk.
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That’s right sneaker freaks, Nike has again teamed up with those famous fabrics at Liberty of London, reworked with this digitalized ‘Pixel Pack’.
The classic Liberty floral prints have been transformed by artist Tim Head an aptly named the ‘Virtual Light’ print. The print features an unusual digital design made using the luminous fabric of pixels on screen or projection.
All styles feature the unique pixelated pattern in blue, deep red with flashes of tangerine and are overlaid with an opaque gum in panels.
Air Max 1
The 4 styles include an Offspring favourite, the Air Max 1 which first dropped in 1987 and started a footwear revolution with its groundbreaking visible AirSole unit, unparalleled cushioning and impact protection.
The Bruin Lite which pre dates the Air Max, is a basketball inspired trainer and a court classic.
Free Run 5.0
Then stepping straight into the future with the Free Run 5.0, this weightless and bare foot feel is a flexible running shoe that is as good on the track as it is cruising the pavement.
Dunk Sky Hi
Finally the Dunk Sky Hi is slowly becoming a ladies favourite with its old school basketball style combined with a hidden wedge for that extra glamour with all the sneaker head swag.
These high definition sneakers are a perfect parallel of traditional and futuristic and mixed with two retro and two new styles this pack is sure to be a fantastic fusion of trainer genius.
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