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Release details for the "Easter" Air Cruz.

in Salary Structure Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:03 am
by Almara Donald • 2 Posts

We haven't seen a new colorway of Victor Cruz's signature sneaker, the Nike Air Trainer Cruz, in quite some time but the former Giants WR
nike mens basketball shoes and Nike have something up their sleeves for Easter.The premium lifestyle sneaker receives an appropriate pastel makeover, built on a sueded, pinkish "Orange Quartz" upper offset only by the white midsole beneath.

Although this is the "Easter" Air Trainer Cruz you'll air jordan 1 retro ultra high have to wait until after the holiday to grab a pair, because Nike won't be releasing these kicks until Monday, April 17th.Take a look at the latest Air Cruz in the gallery above and look for them at Nike Sportswear retailers like Titolo the day after Easter.

The mid-2000s era of shiny, patent leather Air Force 1s is making a minor comeback of sorts. This Monday, a day after Easter Sunday, Nike Sportswear is bringing back the Air Force 1 Low “Easter” that originally released in 2005. Featuring soft pastel tones in patent leather nike air force 1 07 lv8 and a cracked egg featured on the custom tongue, the Air Force 1 Low “Easter” was one of the more sought-after sneakers of ’05 – so much so that Nike spawned a sequel with slightly different colors in 2006.Color-blocking trends have shifted immensely to tonal, neutral colors, so there’s no questioning the sneaker’s ability to stand out. Cop your pair on April 17th at select Nike Sportswear retailers and check our sneaker release dates page to see what other Easter-themed shoes are dropping alongside these.

It’s been exactly one year since Kobe Bryant’s epic final game with the Lakers, and since retiring from the NBA, he’s been focused on teaching nike air max 1 ultra flyknit the game to a new generation of players. In partnership with Nike, Bryant created the Mamba League, a youth basketball program for boys and girls ages 8-10 that began in February and was made available to children in four underserved communities in Los Angeles.


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