cars
Nike Skunkworks Vandalises/Enhances Classic De Tomaso Pantera

The De Tomaso Pantera was one of your standard Italian pointy sports cars from the 1970s, rather nice for its time but now looking a bit aged. Like a sideboard. It took an intervention from shoes people Nike to create the above Pantera re-imagining, helped by custom car company Ringbrothers. Read More >>

clothing
Nike Designer Says Marty McFly's Power Laces are Coming Next Year

If there was one disappointment about Nike's awesome Back to the Future II Air Mag, it's that the shoes didn't have Marty's power laces. But Nike designer Tinker Hatfield says that's about to change—power laces are coming in 2015. The future is here! Read More >>

fitmodo
Nike's Flyknit Lunar2 Will Gently Tongue Your Toes for £135

Nike's revealed an update to its Flyknit technology, with the new lightweight Flyknit Lunar2 set to arrive in a couple of weeks. The updated 2013 Flyknit now has a Nike Lunarlon sole for really knowing about it when you stand on an ant. Read More >>

3d printing
How 3D Printing Supercharges Nike's New NFL Shoe Designs

Almost a full year ago, Nike introduced its first shoe ever built with the help of 3D printing technology. The thing was, that cleat, the Vapor Laser Talon, was built for an absurdly specific purpose and market—just the 40 yard dash, just for NFL players. Now, though, Nike is bringing what it's learned from the VLT to the consumer market—innovations that, without 3D printing, we might not have seen for years to come. Read More >>

design
No-One Will Mistake You For a Tourist With These Tube-Themed Shoes

Nike's branching out from trainers and into the niche market of £100 in-jokes, with a pair of trainers inspired by the classic seat cover pattern from old District line tubes. Hopefully these won't have quite as much gum stuck to them. Read More >>

smartwatches
Nike Rumours Suggest Full-Power Smartwatch is in Development

Sportswear king Nike already has some relatively clever watches, what with its Nike+ Sportwatch doing a decent job of tracking workouts via GPS and delivering motivational messages such as "You crushed it" to users. But it may have a proper, app-friendly smartwatch in the pipeline, too. Read More >>

review
Nike FuelBand SE Review: More Style Than Smarts

The FuelBand was Nike's first foray in fitness trackers, a sleek, stylish piece of wristwear that served as a constant reminder to be less lazy. The FuelBand SE is its wearable tech successor. But aside from a new splash of colour on the band, it doesn't offer many more ways to make you move your butt. Read More >>

clothing
Nike Has Put the Best Thing From the 1980s Into a Set of (Marmite) Trainers

It's baffling to think that it's taken until the year 2013 for Hasbro and Nike—two of the most powerful brands from the 1980s and 1990s—to finally team up and pay proper tribute to one of the best cartoon bad guys of all time. And while this isn't the first Nike and Transformers mashup, this amazing Megatron-themed set of shoes are the first that self-respecting Decepticon fans might actually want to wear. Read More >>

clothing
Nike's Latest Snowboarding Boot Fits Right In at the Tron Chalet

First and foremost, a good pair of snowboarding boots should get you down a slope safely and with a good measure of comfort. But Nike also wants you to be noticed, particularly if you're competing and need to impress a bunch of judges. Read More >>

watches
How Does Nike's New Fuelband Compare to Its Toughest Competition?

Nike's newest iteration of its signature activity tracker seems... fine. It's slightly more water resistant, it has some new tapping functions, and it finally added Bluetooth. That's good! But the real question is whether it's enough of an upgrade to keep up with an increasingly crowded field of activity trackers. Here's how it compares. Read More >>

fitmodo
Nike+ Fuelband SE: More Colours, More Power

Nike just showed off the second-gen version of its Fuelband, and for the first time, the fitness tracker is coming in a whole slew of colours. Here's everything you need to know about the improvements. Read More >>

design
Visualised: 40 Years of Nike's Most Iconic Shoe Designs

Nike's impact on both pop culture and the shoe industry is unrivaled. It's consistently one of the most popular brands in the world and has an insane sneakerhead following. But of all the hundreds of shoes released since the 1970s, what are its most iconic designs? Read More >>

fitmodo
Free Flyknit: Nike's Second Skin Running Shoe

If you're a company like Nike, what happens when you slap together two of your most innovative shoe technologies? Well, in this case, you get the Free Flyknit. Read More >>

fitmodo
Nike Free Hyperfeel: A Minimalist Running Shoe That Looks Like a Sock

Reminiscent of the original waffle runner that launched Nike, the Free Hyperfeel is the company's latest minimalist runner inspired by the actual geometry of the body. Which, if you'll recall, is something Under Armour addressed with its bra-like Speedform. Read More >>

design
From Chucks to Dunks: 100 Years of Trainer Design Visualised

Shoe companies have been mass-producing trainers since the Converse All Star first appeared all the way back in 1917, and their designs have changed immensely since. But how did we get from no-frills kicks to Jeremy Scott's garish winged monstrosities? A print from PopChartLabs shows the evolution over almost a century of sneaker design. Read More >>

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