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Nike: Air Max Camo Pack

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Nike’s affinity for packs continues as we get a look at the Nike Air Max Camo collection.

The Air Max‘s inception in 1987 was geared toward running performance, but has since transcended those confines, as causality and style have become the function for its worldwide patrons.

Not lost on the changing landscape, Nike has taken several of its classic Air Max sneakers and added a camouflage print to their designs.

An Interview with Dani Thai

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This is a special edition of the ‘After Dark Adventures’ series. A few months back, The 5 to 9 Life was approached to do a fashion feature on the blog, but to add more depth to the photo shoot, I wanted to incorporate an interview aswell, so I decided to recruit the likes of DOSH Designer, Dani Thai.

Get to know Dani as we spoke to her about three key topics: work, weekend and working out.

Event Review: Nike She Runs 10k Race

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On the 4th of May, in Sydney’s picturesque Centennial Parklands, I had a rollercoaster night with my girlfriends. It’s hard to explain actually. At the start of the night I had blue balls, then I battled with a crowd of tigers and ended the night raving like I was 18 again.

Nike: Late Winter 2013

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Nike’s Late Winter range for 2013 brings an emphasis on innovation and flexibility throughout the collection, and within this post, you’ll see and read about my favourites for both men and women.

Check out pieces from three categories: Training, Sportswear and Running.

Nike: FREE Your Run

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The Nike Free has become quite the popular shoe for everyday use and it is also hard to find a better match, if you live an active lifestyle.

In fact, Nike asks that you choose a number. A lower number means a lower, more flexible midsole – and a more barefoot-like feel.

Intrigued?

Nike: Roshe Run

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The new Nike Roshe Run are set to be released in stores tomorrow Australia-wide and we’ve got an exclusive look before they hit the stores!

The ROSHERUN – for both men’s and women’s – features a unique combination of simple lines and a clean aesthetic to produce a great lifestyle and fashion-forward sneaker.

The actual design of the shoes are pretty basic. The rounded shape is designed to hug the foot for athletic use and the white sole ensures these shoes won’t mark up gym floors during your favorite aerobics class.

Txaber: Just Type It

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I’ve always had a soft spot for artists that incorporate typography into their work due to my love of words. And yes, typography is an important part of graphic design and the art world on a whole, but it’s rare for an artist to really make the characters stand out and make you want to look at a single letter for a long period of time.

But Txabar has managed to do just that with a new collection of works that is visually appealing.

Nike Sportswear: Air Max Project

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Nike have teamed up with illustrator and designer Matt Stevens to create a story about the Nike Air Max. The project is called #AIRMAX and goes from the past to the future and tells the evolution of the Nike Air Max in computer-based illustrations, as well as illustrations drawn by hand.

Check out the end end result of #AIRMAX.

Nike x Undercover: Gyakusou S/S 2013 Collection

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Nike recently announced the launch of its latest collaboration with cult fashion brand, Undercover – creating Nike’s most premium running performance collection to date.

Designed to battle the Summer heat with breathable, lightweight, running-specific designs, the new collection from Nike and Undercover fuses performance tech with stylish craftsmanship.