Nike gets inspired by breakfast

Nike is known for fun and unique shoe collaborations. While hungry collectors are looking to get their hands on the latest releases, these limited-edition sneakers are starting to make us hungry.

The official/unofficial NIKE x STARBUCKS

According to the DailyMail.uk, neither company will confirm if this is an official collaboration. The footwear company debuted the brown-colored sneakers which feature muddy swirls and green accents that bear an uncanny likeness to a Starbucks cup of coffee. With a reported price of $100 US, we think these will sell faster than you can say ‘espresso.’

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NIKE SB DUNK HIGH PREMIUM “WAFFLE”

Inspired by the hearty and comforting dish, Chicken and Waffles, the materials for this shoe were chosen wisely. A special waffle woven fabric for the upper, Chicken & Waffles artwork on the insoles, and completed with a sweet, syrupy, Nike swoosh.

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KYRIE 2 “KY-RISPY KREME”

In December 2015, Nike and Kyrie Irving launched his second signature shoe, the Nike Kyrie 2. Nike released a new limited edition Nike Kyrie 2 that was the result of a collaboration with the donut shop Krispy Kreme. These shoes were super rare and were sold out of a Ky-rispy Kreme truck that travelled to Harlem, Brooklyn, Baltimore and Cleveland.

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*Photo via: Sneakernews.com

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Nike LeBron 12 EXT “Finish Your Breakfast”

Wwith a Fruity Pebble-esque array of rainbow shades on upper, finished with a milky white overlay, we can see why this shoe was nicknamed the ‘cereal shoe.’ Selling for $250 US at its initial release, the shoe is complete with the stitched phrase “Finish Your Breakfast.”

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Bon Appetit!

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