The result of an ongoing collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, and Nike CEO Mark Parker, the new Nike HTM Flyknit Collection ($TBA) uses knit fabrics to create lightweight sneakers with excellent fit and comfort. The HTM Racer will sport the colors of the US Track and Field team, while two versions of the HTM Trainer+ feature integrated tongues, a Lunarlon midsole for comfort, and black/silver or silver/gray/yellow colorways.
It's been a long time since Nike and Apple teamed up on the Nike+ fitness monitoring system, but unless you were simply walking or running, it couldn't tell you much about your sport-specific workouts. Nike+ Basketball & Training ($TBA) aims to change all of that. Pairing a new Nike+ Pressure Sensor in each shoe with apps dedicated to a specific experience, this new system can track a baller's every move during the game to let them know how high, hard, and quick they're going, or tell athletes how they're doing in their training, resulting in custom tailored workouts. Arriving this June in the Nike Hyperdunk+ and Lunar TR1+.
Customize your sneakers to match your game with the Air Jordan 2012 ($180-$225). Expanding on the modular system seen in the 2011 model, the Air Jordan 2012 offers up two interchangeable inner sleeves — one for maximum mobility, one for maximum protection — as well three interchangeable midsoles that offer a mix of Zoom and Air cushioning to match your needs. All of this goodness goes inside a stylish exterior, which includes Flywire technology and full-grain leather in the upper and a midfoot plate made from glass and carbon fiber for optimal support.