Holiday 14 Nike SneakerBoots: Legendary Meets Necessary

The Nike team will be unveiling their winter take on some of their classic sneaker designs from the world of running, basketball and training this month. Say hello to the SneakerBoot!

The new collection emphasizes three benefits – warmth, visibility, and dryness – for defense against the elements whenever this incredible heat bubble finally decides to burst.

Check out the new colder cousins of the Nike range below:

Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot
The iconic Max of 1990, built around the idea that “more is more,” ups the ante. This arbiter of air is re-mastered into a highly visible, high-traction, cold weather weapon of choice.

Nike Lunar Force 1 SneakerBoot
The Nike Lunar Force 1 made its debut in 2012, re-imagining a sneaker with a reputation as big as its silhouette. As a SneakerBoot, the collar has been raised, the upper is water-repellent, and the outsole thirsts for footholds — all while preserving the comfort benefits of Nike Lunarlon cushioning.

Nike LunarFresh SneakerBoot
Taking cues from lightweight, boldly colored Nike Lunarlon running shoes, the Nike LunarFresh SneakerBoot provides the added benefit of resilience. Classic running details such as Nike Lunarlon cushioning, Nike Flywire and a mesh upper are now water-resistant and ride on an aggressive rubber outsole.

Nike Air Trainer SC SneakerBoot
The Nike Air Trainer SC was designed to endure punishment put forth by the strongest, most powerful athletes of its time. Inspired by the original versionʼs multi- sport functionality, the Air Trainer SC SneakerBoot’s water-repellant leather upper, sticky rubber outsole and reflective Swoosh logo make winter terrain look like another day in paradise.

Grab these rugged reinventions on and at select Nike Sportswear retailers beginning Oct. 15.