Costum Nike Flyknit Spike

A Nike Flyknit upper combines with a Nike Zoom Victory spike plate for a customized track spike to be worn in competition this weekend by US distance runner Matthew Centrowitz.  He’ll race in New York this Saturday in his custom spikes, which feature Nike Flyknit, a revolutionary technology first unveiled in February 2012 and embraced by elite athletes and everyday athletes alike.

Nike Flyknit is known for fitting like a second skin, and the spike’s upper is designed from single threads of yarn that are precisely engineered and significantly reduce waste for a virtually seamless fit.  The Nike Zoom Victory spike plate features a custom carbon shank, offering snap and response on the track.

The bright pink coloring was inspired by the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+, which is available on Nike.combeginning this month.

Nike Free TR Fit 3

During a time of year when most give up their New Year’s resolutions, Nike is helping women stick to their training goals with the all-new Nike Free TR Fit 3. It combines training-specific flexibility and traction with a more modern upper, keeping women light on their feet and allowing for freedom of motion during even the most intense workouts.

The Nike Free TR Fit 3 also features a new comfort tongue that lays flat on top of the foot and uses layers of sandwich mesh to help reduce lace pressure, which reduces distraction so women can focus on achieving the next level of fitness.

Whether it’s a gym workout or a session with Nike Training Club (NTC), the Nike TR Fit 3 is made to perform during all types of training activities. It’s now available at

Nike Dunk Sky HI and AIR Max 1 Sport – A new skin for year of the snake

Nike Sportswear continues to celebrate the Year of the Snake in 2013 with striking interpretations of two classic styles.

According to the Chinese lunar calendar, those born in the Year of the Snake possess an infatuation with all things beautiful in life — a fitting inspiration for this collection. The Nike Dunk Sky Hi, a court classic adapted with a subtle lift, and the Air Max 1, a running icon, feature a striking reptilian skin in celebration of the Chinese zodiac. Bold in their looks, classic in their designs, the Nike Dunk Sky Hi and the Nike Air Max 1 are designed for women who aren’t afraid to let their feet do the talking.

The pack will be available starting February 16 at select Nike Sportswear locations globally.

The Taipei Cycle D&I awards 2013 winner – Dream Machine designed by Italian design studio Jonny Mole. The Lead designer of the Dream Machine Jonny Mole describes the bike as “perhaps futuristic, but feasible and useful.”

more pictures can be seen here

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