The swoosh is releasing a new signature colorway for their latest products. The new colorway features a vibrant summer palette, led by the new signature unlimited colorway – a gradient fusion of Nike volt and hyper-punch pink. Read on to know more about it.
Shades of Unlimited
At Nike, the phrase “be a sponge” is often bantered about. Mark Parker, President & CEO, NIKE, Inc., has noted the eyes-open mandate as a habit he picked up as a child, when he would take long walks with his grandmother and soak up the natural world — plants and rocks, seeds and bugs. This attentive observation is shared by Nike designers, who consciously connect to the world around them. They interact with athletes, view art and travel the globe to activate their imaginations and inform their creations — a dynamic blend of influences that has recently taken on a vivid tone.
In anticipation of the summer’s competitions, the company’s color design team first considered the flow of the body in motion. Imagining athletes’ travel then directed their minds to tropical rainforests and the fauna that thrives in the environment: birds, with their attention-grabbing, color-shifting feathers; beetles, with their futuristic shining shells. Absorbing these inspirations prompted an exploration of artwork. The designers pored over images and films of birds in flight, close-ups of their iridescent wings and insects arranged like precious jewels.
These colorful influences ring out into the company’s vibrant summer palette, led by Nike’s new signature unlimited colorway and extending to its exploration of national shades, which broaden traditional flag tones to both their brightest and their deepest extremes.
A gradient fusion of Nike volt and hyper-punch pink, the unlimited colorway adorns the uppers of the season’s footwear, including all of its track and field silhouettes. Volt, the company’s celebrated bright yellow hue, defines the toe, immediately catching the eye — yellow is the most visible color to the human eye and volt is the most visible version of yellow, which means it makes a statement. In the case of Nike, that statement is speed. Hyper-punch pink, when mixed with volt at the mid-foot and saturating as it approaches the heel, mimics the optic blur of a breakneck runner. It also harmoniously pairs with the footwear’s metallic spike plates, which — like those aforementioned beetle shells — feature an iridescent flash that shimmers silver, purple and blue.
In motion, these brilliant colors appear to paint a subtle glowing path, representing not only its wearer’s unlimited athletic abilities but also the way in which Nike views the world: bursting with unlimited inspiration and design possibilities.
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 33, Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit, Nike LunarEpic Flyknit, Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit, Nike Air Zoom All Out, Nike Free RN Flyknit, Nike Free RN and Nike LunarGlide 8 are available August 4 at nike.com and select retailers.
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 33, Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit, Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit, Nike Air Zoom All Out, Nike LunarEpic Flyknit, Nike Free RN Flyknit, Nike Free RN and Nike LunarGlide 8 are available August 4 at nike.com and select retailers.
The unlimited colorway will be available starting August 4th at nike.com and select retailers globally. Please stay tuned as to the availability of these products commercially here in the country.