Inspired by the recent 2012 Summer Olympics, this low-top Nike Air Force One features a white leather gold speckled base with gold accenting on the Nike swoosh, tongue, heel and inside foot. The shoe takes cues from the Olympics Gold Medal with its built gold embossed logo tongue and heel, speckled laces and “XXX” lace locks in honor of the Air Force One 30 year anniversary. Available in limited quantities, grab the new shoe at Kith NYC stores or by phone at 646-648-6285 for $200 USD.

Earlier this week Kith NYC received a new batch of Nike releases. The first drop was the same style worn by American gold medalists during the recent 2012 London Olympics. The Nike Air Force One “Gold Medal Stand” ($200 USD) is constructed with a a predominantly 3M upper, suede heel collar and a white leather swoosh. Details on the insole include the phrases “Land of the Free” and “Home of the Brave.”  Next up is the Nike Air Max 95 Hyperfuse ($170 USD), featuring a sleek grey gradient upper, full-length translucent Max Air sole, a 3M heel, navy laces and stretched tongue. Finally the Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse ($155 USD) includes Hyperfuse technology, a full black upper, 3M detailing and a clear air bubble sole. Grab all three styles now in-store at Kith Manhattan or by phone order at 646-648-6285.

The adidas Originals x Opening Ceremony effort celebrates the 2012 Olympics by providing a creative take on some of adidas’ most popular shoe styles. The collaboration combines the sports and lifestyle cues from the three stripes brand and the aesthetics of the duo Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. Playful features are added thanks to Opening Ceremony on the Samba Cycling Hi ($175 USD), Samba Cycling Lo ($175 USD) and BMX Cycling models ($235 USD). Popular features include floral graphics, translucent rubber outsoles, custom laces, Opening Ceremony debossed logos, 3M vamps, and more, all with minimal dual branding. Available limited quantities, you can find these styles available today at Kith Manhattan and online at