Nike’s new inventory of SneakerBoots are made for beating winter weather providing the insulation tools to combat the temperature drop.
Keeping their owners warm, dry, and visible, the collection weaves iconic running, basketball and training Nike designs with weatherised powerhouse outers.
Emphasizing warmth, visibility, and dryness, Nike SneakerBoots key in to the legacy of durable, Moab-inspired creations that took Nike’s performance DNA to unbeaten paths.
Basketball and running styles from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s are re-imagined for men and women, with rugged interpretations of outsoles and internal linings that make them as comfortable as their classic counterparts. These classic styles are joined by some new introductions signalling a departure from the field, track and gym to join the battle against wintry weather.
Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot
The iconic Max of 1990 is re-mastered upwards into a highly visible, high-traction, cold weather weapon of choice.
Nike Lunar Force 1 SneakerBoot
The Nike Lunar Force 1 sneaker made its debut in 2012. For the SneakerBoot iteration, Nike have raised the collar, made the upper water-repellent, and stronger outsole footholds, whilst preserving the comfort benefits of Nike Lunarlon cushioning.
Nike LunarFresh SneakerBoot
Taking cues from lightweight, boldly colored Nike Lunarlon running shoes, the Nike LunarFresh SneakerBoot provides the added benefit of resilience. The Nike Lunarlon cushioning, Nike Flywire and mesh upper are water-resistant with an aggressive rubber outsole.
Nike Air Trainer SC SneakerBoot
The Nike Air Trainer SC was designed to endure punishment at the hands of the most powerful athletes of its time. Inspired by the originalʼs multisport functionality, the Air Trainer SC SneakerBoot’s water-repellant leather upper, rubber outsole and reflective Swoosh logo make winter terrain an easy ride.
Select styles of the AW14 Nike SneakerBoots collection will be available on nike.com/sportswear and at select Nike Sportswear retailers from October 15th 2014.