NIKE SB KOSTON X HERITAGE: ROOTS AND INFLUENCES EXAMINED

We know the expectation for this one new jordans has been great ever since a few unauthorized images discovered their way out a few several weeks returning.Illustrating from two of Nike’s all-time preferred designs, the Koston X HERITAGE is a exclusive multiple of the Eric Koston 1 crossbred with one of Frost’s individual preferred Wholesale Nike Free Run Shoes.athletic footwear, the similarly famous Nike Air Max 90. A smash hit partnership if there ever was one, but do not get it twisted: this is not no spud go job easily smacked together by some footwear Frankenstein, but a complete renovation individually monitored by Koston himself in his common hands-on strategy to create sure information came out just right.The apparent factor that leaps out with the KostonX HERITAGE is the development of the rubberized back again and back again heel information, but there happens to be whole lot more going on here. Moreover to its full-length Lunarlon sole, the Koston 1 provides the most ideal empty standing for the made receiver and curly seamwork that are traditional basics of the Air Max 90 style. While the KostonX HERITAGE symbolizes a brilliant and inquisitive trial and error, it continues to be first and major a high-performance skateboarding Air Jordan Shoes wholesale shoes. Koston would not have it any other way.“When the 90 came out, it became an immediate traditional. It has handled to maintain a longevity basically because of how fed up the style is. It’s been through some other remixes like the Blend, No cost, and Vac Technical that were all awesome, so why not let me take a break at it?

CLASSIC KOBE BRYANT SUPERIOR BOOTS REVIEW

Bryant’s Zoom Kobe 4 is a pair of fully-fledged low-top new jordans basketball shoes. Total weight of only 11.6 ounces (328.9 grams), even lighter than HYPERDUNK (13 ounces), but also in the history of the lightest basketball shoes. Take a look at the performance report released by the official: mold followed by stable fastening heel, to provide similar support of high-top sneakers fit. Co-foot boots ankle leaving some space. The forefoot rubber material, strong and durable. The nylon fine line together with the layer synthetic leather and mesh Flywire support system to create a surplus lightweight support uppers. Lunarlite foam hands bottom + heel Zoom Air cushioning unit to provide the most rapid response and highly comfortable feel. Shoes and weighs 11.6 ounces (328.9 grams), is one of the most lightweight Air Jordan Shoes wholesale basketball shoes, Nike introduced so far.Case negotiation fails due to technology natural feet not Adidas, Adidas abandon natural feet technology. Turn and also from Germany, the same historic automobile company Audi cooperation, designed by Audi look exaggerated and bulky THE KOBE I. Uppers with man-made materials, the the exaggerated design can not make up for the poor of the permeability. The sole with Adidas company veteran cushioning technology, water ripple soles design is just too bad.THE KOBE II, in accordance with the Audi sports car design for this pair of shoes, it was like appearance, was criticized exaggerated shape. Modeling, it was a lot of Wholesale Nike Free Run Shoes shoes, fans called “bread”. Abandon the exposed design shoes Scotia, so these shoes more sultry than the previous generation.

Recap: Vizio Optic Goes to VisionExpo

On a recent trip to New York, Vizio Optic owner Galina Rabkin headed to Vision Expo to check out the 2013 collections from our favorite brands. Not only did she discover the new and exciting WOOW eyewear from Face a Face, but she got to meet the masterminds behind the most creative and beautiful frames in fashion.Here she is with Thomas Lafont, chief designer of Lafont eyewear. Color is one of the defining characteristics of this French brand, as you can easily tell with the bright and bold setup of their VisionExpo booth.“Essentially people’s wardrobes consist of navy blue, black or dark brown. My job as a designer is to escort both the optician and the consumer to a new idea of color and offer them a new story,” Lafont recently told 20/20 Magazine.You may notice the background of this booth looks a little familiar, just another stunning photo that’s part of the Robert Marc City Garden Collection. Photographed here with Mr. Marc himself, Galina loved the juxtaposition of urban life with natural scenery that is the inspiration of his 2013 line. Check out more photos of the Robert Marc booth at VisionExpo on Facebook, where you can see his Spring Show in full bloom.

PARIS EDITION! WITH NIKE FLYKNITS AND AF1 LOWS

Packing for Paris is as daunting a task as it seems. How does one pack for two weeks in one of the coolest, most well-dressed cities in the world? My goal was to pack efficiently, so I began by narrowing down my footwear options to the Air Force 1 Low and Free Flyknits – one staple and one functional/cool sneaker.Comfort is crucial when flying for long periods of time, so naturally I opted for my favorite tech pants. I wore my AF1s to lighten the load in my suitcase, and black crew socks to keep my ankles warm and to match the cuff of the pants. The leather jacket dresses it up, as does the fedora that I wore on the plane because I couldn’t pack it. Somehow the juxtaposition of the sweats, leather and a felt hat came together well.As someone who likes to squeeze in workouts on vacation and dresses in sportswear anyway, I brought multifunctional workout gear. I wore my favorite black leggings, which could have been dressed up for a night out, Free Flyknits, and a tech fleece cape, which I later tied around my waist as the weather heated up. These pieces were perfect for a long day of walking and sightseeing.Every morning in Paris began with a fresh baked croissant from the local boulangerie (bakery). For a day of shopping in the Champs Elysees, I did my first French girl impression in leather leggings, a printed silk blouse and a blazer with Free Flyknits – my rendition of sportswear in Paris.One of the first things I noticed is that a lot of people in Paris wear AF1s. I walked past a pack of Parisian girls all wearing white AF1 lows but individually dressed so differently. What I like is that their style appeared so effortless. However, even though I promised myself I wouldn’t spend as much time in sweats, I couldn’t resist. I wore them with AF1s, a striped tee (when in France), a long trench coat and my beloved fedora.

Vizio Optic and Lafont in This Week’s Star

We are so excited to share with you yet another feature in a national magazine with Lafont eyewear! In this week’s Star, the celebrity magazine’s fashion experts shared Lafont Hampton sunglasses in purple for one of its “6 Lucite Looks!” Transparent accessories are the style of the season!Alongside Stuart Weitzman heels and Solange Knowles’ cool CC Skye lucite clutch, this standout accessory gives your outfit a stylish edge this spring. Especially since, like the clutch, Hampton has vibrant color, so when light shines through it, the purple is illuminated and bright.Vizio Optic is thrilled to once again be listed as the choice retailer for Lafont sunglasses, we work hard to provide a wonderful service to you and are excited for the many more faces we can brighten up with a bold pair of high-end glasses.We’ve seen the clear hats in CHANEL’s latest eyewear campaign and have given you plenty of suggestions for cool transparent glasses – but springtime is more about color than anything, and we love that Hampton keeps up with the trends but adds its own little twist, making this frame one unique and fabulous item. Pair it with an all-white ensemble to let the color truly show, or complement the colors of a floral dress with this purple frame. How would you style these shades?

It’s Vizio Optic’s 8th Birthday!

This spring, we’re celebrating something special – our 8th birthday! When we opened in 2004, our dream was to bring a new and different eyewear selection to the Boston area that allowed our friends in the community to express themselves in a unique way. Since then, we’ve gone international with our online shop and have won several Best of Boston awards from Boston Magazine – achievements we owe entirely to you! And we have something special for you this month to show our gratitude.Many beautiful frames have come and gone in the last eight years, but some great styles still remain. Each member of the Vizio Optic team has chosen their favorite frame to highlight for our anniversary, ones that have stood the test of time and some new arrivals that are sure to have a long-term presence in our shop. Without further ado, here are our favorite styles of designer eyewear from over the years:As a thank you to you, our wonderful customers, we are offering $50 towards any of these frames (in any color) until June 30, 2013. Price will be adjusted at checkout when you enter the code HAPPY8. For frames that are not available online (Face a Face Bocca 4, Cecile, and Vue dc DOT), we are able to process your order with the promotional price via phone or email.

Shoe Review: Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit

Let me tell you right off the bat…these shoes have the most flexible soles of any that I’ve tried. And by flexible, I mean it bends, squeezes, squishes, and moves in all directions with ease. For a fairly thickly padded shoe, this auxetic sole design that Nike invented is super effective. I feel that only VFFs can move in a similar manner.

When I first saw the preview for these shoes, I got really excited and hoped that they would be good or better than the Lunarepics. For one thing, Nike is advertising a 4 mm heel drop (20/16 mm) and while I realize that heel drop may not necessarily be such a big factor anymore, I do find that it makes a big difference to me. Additionally, the Lunarepics are on a 28/18 mm high platform, which I find is a touch too thick no matter how comfortable I feel in them.This Flyknit thing…it can be pretty and it can be pretty ugly. Take the Lunarepics, for example, I really like how they look, especially the Gyakousou colourway. On the other hand, they have made some stinkers in the past with the buy nike free shoes and Free 3.0.

I understand that beauty is in the eye of the blah blah blah but in this case, I don’t think anyone will disagree that the RN Motion is pretty dull and unassuming. The knit and design is laid out in a straightforward and simplistic manner. The Flyknit is ribbed providing it with a bot more texture without sacrificing its inherent sock-like quality. It feels thinner than what they used for the Lunarepic.

Inside, there is no tongue or any kind of a removable insole so what you see is what you get. The laces are a bit redundant but I suspect they will come in handy during faster paces to prevent slippage.

Nike refrained from embedding any kind of fancy designs or patterning into the knit other than straight lines originating from the base of the shoe towards its laces.The prettiest thing about the whole Mens Nike Free 3.0 V3 also happens to be the most effective: its sole.

Nike applied an Auxetics design concept that allows the shoe to expand at least a size length-wise and cross-wise as the foot moves. The “Free” concept has always been about mimicking the natural movement of our feet but so far, Nike really hasn’t come close. Even with flex grooves cut in all directions, the thickness of the sole always made it feel stiff and clunky.

In using this design, they feel that they have stumbled onto the right formula. Interestingly enough, auxetics has already been used in shoes before with the introduction of the UnderArmour ClutchFit albeit on the upper only.

Nike Free 5.0 Running Shoe

The new nike free shoes is a comfortable shoe fits like a glove and had my feet saying, “Ahhhhh!” at first try. The extreme flexibility from the grooved sole allows your foot to move as it wishes, not how the shoe wishes. Yet the insole provides arch support and the shoe provides enough cushioning to make every walk or run a joy. The shoes come with a recommended training schedule to slowly build your time in them, as your feet and body adjust to the extreme freedom.Several of my walking buddies started showing up in Nike Free 5.0 shoes and I simply had to try them.

Fit
I have avoided Nike for years because their narrow toe box and lack of widths made them unwearable for me.

But the Nike Free 5.0 fits like a glove. I can wear a thin sock with it or go barefoot in it.

Flexibility
The Nike Free 5.0 imitates being barefoot. The outsole is grooved so that each inch of the foot can flex as it naturally wishes to do. The result is a shoe that is a pleasure to wear, but one you are recommended to ease into wearing.

It comes with a schedule to slowly build up your time in the shoe as your body gets used to the extreme flexibility. But being flexible doesn’t mean being sloppy. Walkers more than runners need a flexible shoe to allow the foot to roll through a step. I didn’t realize how limiting my other lightweight, flexible shoes were until I put on the Nike Free 5.0.

Upper
The upper is comfortable, suede-like, and designed to move with the foot. The Mens Nike Free 5.0 V4 feels great without socks. Most important for me, it doesn’t irritate my bunion.

Fast
My immediate reaction was wanting to racewalk in them. Although the heel is extended in the running version, you can get a great heel plant and roll-through for a fast walking stride. These shoes make my feet want to zoom.

Nike to Sell ‘Back to the Future’ Power-Lacing Shoes for 2016 Holiday Season

Power lacing isn’t just a pipe dream in “Back to the Future: Part II” — Nike just announced today that it will sell a running shoe with “breakthrough, adaptive lacing” beginning this holiday season.

The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available only to members of Nike Free Run Sale, the company’s running app.When you step in, your heel will hit a sensor and the system will automatically tighten,” Tiffany Beers, Nike senior innovator and the project’s technical lead, said on the Nike website. “Then there are two buttons on the side to tighten and loosen. You can adjust it until it’s perfect.”

“Undue pressure caused by tight tying and slippage resulting from loose laces are now relics of the past,” Nike’s website boasts. Nike designer Tinker Hatfield explains that you can manually adjust the shoes.Nike gave Michael J. Fox a pair of Nike Mag shoes with self-lacing shoes on Oct. 21, 2015, the date when the actor’s character in “Back to the Future: Part II” traveled from 30 years from the past. Hatfield wrote to Fox at the time that Nike was creating “more pairs for support in aid of the Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2016.”

Hatfield said on the Nike website today, “Wouldn’t it be great if a shoe, in the future, could sense when you needed to have it tighter or looser? Could it take you even tighter than you’d normally go if it senses you really need extra snugness in a quick maneuver? That’s where we’re headed. In the future, product will come alive.”buy nike free shoes

The price of the shoe is not clear, though Nike said it will come in three colors. Photos on the Nike website show the shoe in white, black and gray.

Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Trainers

Sportswear giant- Nike celebrates the 10th year anniversary of the Nike Free Run Sale with the release of this updated knit iteration. Featuring an ultra lightweight knitted upper with flywire technology for lateral support, the sneaker is meant to conform to the wearers foot with use. The shoe rests on top of a low profile midsole support system along with an all new 4.0 hexagonal grooved outsole for maximum flexibility and prevention of injury. Finishing details include: tonal woven laces, generously padded insoles and rubberized branding at the tongue. Available now in 3 distinct colorways online & in-store at our Edmonton and Toronto locations.buy nike free shoes