Today marks the release of the Buy Nike Cortez, a floral quartet of sneakers that dole out a rare graphic treatment for this timeless Nike runner. The floral thing has been pretty present across Nike Sportswear's catalog as a whole over the past couple of years thanks to the ongoing Liberty series of collaborations but make no mistake-this one is all Swoosh designed.

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As Nike's oldest running shoe, the Cortez has naturally gone through countless re-imaginations and updated constructions throughout the years. Nike Cortez on Sale This year alone we've seen the OGs return, a Roshe-ized version, and a stylish "Big Tooth" take by NikeLab. Now you can add another new Cortex to the list, with this Jacquard edition. Streamlined and constructed with a knitted textile upper, the Cortez KJCRD takes the original silhouette and updates it for the modern age.

The running shoe that iconized Nike Running in the 70's returns in the form of a quintet, representing five key cities in Asia. Purchase Nike Cortez The shoe we're referring to is the Nike Cortez, seen here in a variety of clear color-combinations with the Retro Nike Pinwheel logo on the heel-tab and abbreviation of the city that each version represents. Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and Taipei are in focus in the Nike Cortez "Asia City Pack", so check out the five colorways below and stay tuned to sneaker News for release updates – although these are likely to be exclusive to the Eastern Hemisphere.

So far the ‘Year of the Snake' collection from the likes of Nike looks to be one that will play out primarily on Nike Retro models. Taking things way back is the undeniably classic Nike Cortez Shoes, a silhouette that will get not one but two separate colorways for its zodiac tie in. Shown here are the two Nike Cortez ‘Year of the Snake' releases that both use a similar black, red, and white palette and bring in the snakeskin on their Swoosh and back tabs.

Asia continues to be a hotbed for Nike Cortez releases as following up on the five ‘City Pack' Quickstrikes comes another quartet of special editions. The Nike Cortez Men's/Women's pack looks much as you would expect from the name, these tonal nylon/suede builds adding a bit of color by way of the botanical printed sides, as well as contrasting leather Swooshes for half of the group.

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