Available online and in store
This May sees the arrival of a brand new Nike X Liberty collection. For the first time, customers can now use Liberty print to customise classic Nike styles as part of the Nike ID range. To celebrate the launch, three custom built styles from the collection will be available to buy in store and online at Liberty.
Classic Nike silhouettes the Air Max 1, Blazer Mid and the cult favourite Roshe Run will be available in two of our famous prints, Capel and Pepper from Thursday 9th May.
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Please note, our spring offer of £30 off when you spend £150 or more cannot be used in conjunction with Nike purchases. See full details of the offer here.
Air Max 1
Released in 1987, the Air Max 1 started a footwear revolution. The first trainer to feature a visible air vent, the Air Max's groundbreaking Air-Sole unit offers unparalleled cushioning and impact protection. The Air Max also features phylon material to reduce weight by 30%, foam midsole for lightweight support, flex grooves in the forefoot to allow the foot to bend naturally, and a rubber waffle outsole for durability and traction.
The latest take on a modern sportswear staple, the iconic mid-rise Blazer trainer was first introduced by Nike Basketball in 1972. The Blazer Mid combines classic original design and herringbone action with a crispy full-grain leather upper and oversized vintage style swoosh.
Cult favourite, the Roshe Run, is the definition of lightweight comfort and style. The Roshe Run features a breathable upper, deconstructed mesh toe box for barefoot comfort, one-piece cushioned sole for lightweight flexibility and traditional lacing stystem delivering a personalised fit.
Liberty Capel print was first printed on tana at Loveclough in 1978. Based on a 1930s print in the Liberty archive, Capel features a loosely drawn low-colour floral with a defining outline on a printed blotch background. The design has been on classic tana since 1993 and is now printed at Reggiani.
Designed for Liberty by the Jack Prince Studio in 1974, Pepper was first printed on tana at Loveclough in December the same year. Part of the very first Liberty classic tana lawn fabric range, with design names inspired by spices, it is now printed at Standfast. Pepper features small delicate shapes with a fine black outline to form an all-over texture.