Kicks Flow: Nike Roshe LD-1000 ‘Fluorescent’ Pack


I think any sneakerhead would admit that the 90’s were really about style over comfort with kicks. It was never about how good they felt on your feet back then. If they looked dope, they were good to go. But recently, people have shifted their preferences to wanting not only to look fresh, but to be comfortable in their kicks all day. The majority of the best feeling shoes tend to be running shoes, whether new model or re-released. The ones we’re showing off today, are our favorite this week, and we think they’ll cover all bases for you.

The Nike Roshe LD-1000 was first introduced last year through a collaboration with fragment Design. Fusing the popular Roshe One with the iconic Cortez resulted in a surprisingly solid and timeless silhouette, that Nike now added to its main line. 

For Spring 2016 the Nike Roshe LD-1000 returns in three colorways, featuring black, dark grey and light grey uppers, with flashy red, blue and green fluorescent soles. A good way to celebrate the start of the new year and the better weather that is around the corner. All three sneakers are now in stock at Invincible.

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Kicks Flow: BAIT x Diadora N9000 “Notti Veneziane”

BAIT looks to Italian nightlife as inspiration for their first-ever collaboration with Diadora. The silhouette of choice is the always-popular N9000 model, here being draped in a mixture of leather, nubuck and snakeskin. The release is dubbed “Notti Veneziane,” being a nod to the famous carnival costumes and masks of the Italian city.

Touches of blue and violet have been paired together perfectly throughout the luxurious low-tops, which in turn come equipped with premium leather laces. To break things up a bit, a white midsole has been applied underneath.

The BAIT x Diadora N900 “Notti Veneziane” ($220 USD) will be releasing this Friday at BAIT.


Kicks Flow: Nike Flyknit Racer Retro “Oreo”

Depending on who you ask, most people would say that last year was definitely Nike’s year of Flyknit. Whatever they made in Flyknit just won instantly, with no question. It’s just such a fly design and works on so many levels. We continued to post every shoe we could find that looked dope and showcased how nicely Nike was pushing their Flyknit line. And even in the new year, we’re back to our old tricks. 

Just a couple of months ago Nike gave us the Flyknit Racer in “Acai Berry,” now the Swoosh are back with a delicious new drop. The “Oreo” 1.0 Retro – also known as the “Cookies & Cream” – is constructed with a predominantly black-and-white knit upper, resting atop the brand’s Air Zoom cushioned sole, and is finished off with Volt hints that weren’t in the original “Oreo” iteration.

These will be available for purchase at select retailers and Nike.com tomorrow, with pricing at around $170 USD.

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