Nike Sneakerboots 2015 Holiday Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Most people run from the harsh weather conditions fall and winter bring about, but Nike embraces these changes with open arms. Today the brand rolls out their Nike Sneakerboots collection for the 2015 holiday season.

All of our favorite silhouettes from the Swoosh have been winterized to combat Mother Nature – from trainers to runners to basketball shoes – the brand has left no stone unturned. Each shoe has been outfitted with their own unique features like double-layered uppers, heat-reflective sock liners, water-resistant uppers, and rubberized toes. Included in the collection is the Flynkit Chukka, Air Max 95, Lunar Force One and Air Max 90. The brand plans on releasing all four silhouettes on November 5th through the Nike online store, giving you plenty of time to prep. [Via]

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