Sneakers of the Week 'Noise Canceling' Edition

Sneakers of the Week 'Noise Canceling' Edition

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Dec. 18 2018, Published 11:42 a.m. ET

A month after Nike opened its doors to its new NYC flagship on Thursday, November 15th,  they have begun releasing the “Noise Canceling” Collection in which they will drop a Sneaker the way until 1/24/19.

This Collection honors five epic athletes who silenced the city through various performances. It all begins with the Nike Zoom Fly 2, which represents long-distance runner Shalane Flanagan and her triumph at the Women’s NYC marathon in 2017. The Air Jordan 1 High is connected to Nigel Sylvester, who burst into the mainstream with a daring image of himself across the tracks at the busy 145th St. subway station. The Air Force 1 Low represents Odell Beckham Jr., with “the catch” that needs no explanation. The Cortez honors Maria Sharapova, who at the age of 19 won her second Grand Slam at the US Open in Flushing Meadows. Finally, the Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro represents the Black Mamba, who hushed the MSG crowd by dropping 61 in 2009.

This entire pack will be exclusively available at the Nike House Of Innovation in NYC; all five can be fully customized via dip-dye or by decorating the silhouettes with a variety of Swoosh options, lace dubrae, and other details. If you’re interested in when these will be available for purchase, Please see styles and release dates below:

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Nike Zoom Fly 2 “Noise Cancelling”Release Date: 11/15-11/29

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Air Jordan 1 “Noise Cancelling”Release Date: 11/30-12/13

Nike Air Force 1 “Noise Cancelling”Release Date: 12/14-12/17

Nike Cortez “Noise Cancelling”Release Date: 12/28-1/10

Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro “Noise Cancelling”Release Date: 1/11-1/24

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