The famous collaboration between Nike and London based department store Liberty of London is back for SS15. The new Nike x Liberty of London SS15 sees the re-launch of the Air Rift after a 7 year hiatus and the arrival of the rarely seen Merlin print, originally designed by Liberty for a silk scarf back in 1972.

This bold print sits on a white background and features brightly coloured geometric shapes which will sit perfectly against a fresh summer wardrobe
Air Rift
Back after a long hiatus, the Air Rift was originally designed in 1996. Inspired by Kenyan barefoot runners, the Air Rift took its name from the Great Rift Valley and features a stretch mesh, sock-like upper and hidden Air Sole unit in the heel.
Air Max Thea
A contemporary addition to the Air Max family, the Air Max Thea is hybrid mix of Air Max 1 and the minimalist Roshe Run. Featuring a printed mesh upper for ultimate breathability and simplistic Hyperfuse panels, sat atop an EVA midsole with visible AirSole unit.
The style that was made infamous in Forrest Gump, the Cortez was first released in 1972, making it the most vintage model in the pack. This streamline silhouette features a nylon printed upper and slim EVA sole.
Air Max 90 Ultra
The modern iteration of the Air Max 90, the Ultra features a slimmer silhouette with a nylon and Hyperfuse upper and lightweight,
flexible sole.
Tennis Classic
Inspired by iconic court footwear, the Tennis Classic was first released in 1982 and remains an iconic Nike style. This version features a printed nylon upper and a slimline cupsole.
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