The Nike Roshe Cortez Men’s Shoe combines the cushioning of the Nike Roshe with the iconic lines of the original Nike Cortez running shoe for a new take on two favorites. A premium suede upper delivers durability while a flexible midsole promotes natural motion. The latest offerings in the silhouette feature the iconic ‘Forrest Gump’ colorway, made up of blue, varsity red, and white, as well as a clean black and white rendition. Both of these can now be picked up in-store or by phone order.
Not quite the Forrest Gumps, Nike brings back the original Nike Cortez, the one that first appeared in stores in 1972. The colorway is the same as the iconic Gump’s and is what has helped the Cortez garner so much success, although Gumps were the 1977 version of the silhouette and features more padding around the heel and no pull tab. Regardless, this one features everything you could want from the Cortez, a classic colorway, premium materials, and a clean aesthetic. Look our for the release coming this Friday, May 27th.
Nike is back with their next Cortez release, this time taking the Cortez Ultra and giving it a clean black and gold look. This is the same Cortez that was worn at the Superbowl halftime show earlier this year from Bruno Mars and his dancers. Gold accents are seen on the tongue, heel, and a Nike Swoosh, and the sneaker utilizes a softer all-foam sole. Look for this one to drop Thursday, May 26th.
An OG classic is back in its truest form, dressed in nothing but black and white, making for a clean Spring/Summer sneaker. Sticking to clean aesthetic, this one comes with a white leather upper, while the Nike Swoosh is filled with black. The latest colorway of the always classic Nike Cortez can now be picked up in-store or by phone order at our Moreland Ave. location.
The Mexican holiday “Dia De Los Muertos” or “Day of the Dead” makes its return to the sneaker game in the form of a Nike Cortez silhouette. Wrapped in premium materials such as nylon and suede, the floral sneaker sees a mixture of navy and orange hues throughout. The outer swoosh gets the navy treatment, while the inner swoosh settles for the latter. Pick the festive sneaker up on October 29th, just in time for the Mexican holiday which occurs on October 31st of every year.
April started out vibrant and strong for Nike. With its All-red-everything approach on the latest delivery, the collection sees Air Max 90 Ice, Air Max 90 Premium, Cortez Basic Nylon, Air Max 1 Essential, Roshe Run, and Air Max 95. If you missed out on our last delivery, this would be a good option for you.
Purchase the Nike 2014 Spring/Summer Men’s Footwear New Arrivals in-store only via our Moreland Ave. location. Phone orders are also accepted by dialing 404.880.0402. Email orders are accepted by sending a size request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nike keeps it going with its long run of Year of the Horse releases. Aside from an all-over graphic print of Chinese characters across their blue, red, and grey bases, these shoes stand out because of their use of the new Natural Motion sole underfoot. Up top, the nylon builds are complemented with leather toe caps, Swooshes, and heel tabs, and are strung up with tonal laces. However, all three receive red and gold tongues representing good luck and good fortune for the year.
Purchase the Nike Cortez “Year of the Horse” in-store only. Phone orders are accepted by calling 404.880.0402. Email orders are accepted by sending a size request to email@example.com