You (Always) Need New Sneakers: 8 Picks from This Huge Nike Sale
From running to golfing to just cold stunting
Those of us who make it a point to visit Nike.com every single day for no real reason know that there’s always technically a sale going on — a sale section, really, which always contains a handful of good deals that are often not quite good enough to make you pull the trigger.
But one of the reasons we visit every day is because we know that occasionally they offer an additional 25% off all sale items (with code SAVE25) turning all those good deals into great deals. One such occasion is upon us currently, and as usual, the selection is incredible.
Below, 8 of our favorites from the sale. We stuck with shoes, but there’s a ton of other stuff as well.
A new Air Max silhouette that’s slowly gaining popularity. It’s not an easy one to pull off, but at just over $100, it’s a risk worth taking.
With Nike’s proprietary React foam and a flyknit upper, this newly updated model can handle heavy mileage and looks good enough for a stroll around town.
This Jordan Brand release flew surprisingly under the radar — a brand new Tinker Hatfield-designed version of the first shoe he ever made for MJ, in a colorway that certainly seems to take inspiration from another iconic Hatfield design, the Air Max 1.
A handsome update of a workhorse daily runner.
Without coughing up $250 for the Vaporfly 4%, this is as close as you’re going to get to that shoe’s incredible performance. A carbon plate, ZoomX foam, and a great-fitting upper. Also a fancy facing stripe down the top.
The Metcon Flyknit 3 is my personal choice when it comes to gym shoes. Which shouldn’t really matter to you very much at all. But I will also say that I often see people who have actual muscles wearing them as well.
Because you can’t wear Vans every day.
Nike’s been killing it with their golf shoes these past couple years, and these strike a particularly nice chord, subtly referencing the saddle-shoe look of a (mostly) bygone era, while still looking modern and cool.
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