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Nike: where to buy, latest deals and new release information
Looking for the latest Nike news? We've got everything you need to know about the leading sportswear brand.
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1. JD Sports
JD Sports is a top spot to shop for Nike, especially if you're searching for limited edition wear. The retailer often stocks exclusive gear that you'll struggle to find elsewhere, making it a hit with avid sportswear fans.
- Free shipping on orders over $150.
- 30-day returns accepted.
- Free returns when you pay for your order through PayPal (conditions apply).
If it's sneakers you're after, Platypus Shoes can always be relied on to stock all the latest Nike releases. The store also offers free shipping on orders over $130, making it easy to stock up on your favourite Nike kicks without breaking the bank.
- The "Trending Now" section lets you see which sneaker drops are hot right now.
- Same-day delivery available (eligible postcodes only and order must be placed before 2pm AEDT).
- Returns accepted within 30 days (receipt must be provided and conditions apply).
3. Foot Locker
With free returns and free delivery on orders over $150, Foot Locker is a great place to pick up your favourite Nike pieces. Despite the name, the store sells much more than just shoes, also offering up a huge range of Nike apparel and accessories.
- Customer support available from 9am-8pm Mon-Fri and 9am-6pm on Saturdays (AEST).
- Automatic tracking on every order.
- The "Exclusive Items" tab helps you quickly identify limited edition stock.
4. Rebel Sport
Rebel Sport is a go-to store for all your sportswear needs. Offering up a fresh mix of apparel and shoes, the store will have you fitted out with the latest Nike gear in no time.
- Price match guarantee (conditions apply).
- The "Latest Footwear Releases" tab lets you easily check out recent style drops.
- Free delivery on orders over $150, and express delivery is also available.
5. THE ICONIC
THE ICONIC has become one of the most popular online fashion sites around for good reason. Stocking most major brands, the online retailer makes shopping for all your sporting needs in the one place simple.
- Same-day delivery between 6-10pm Mon-Fri when you place an order before 5pm (Sydney metro only. Costs apply).
- 30-day free returns policy.
- The Sneakerhub tab lets you see all of the Nike kicks up for grabs in one place.
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Latest Nike news
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Current Nike deals
Popular rebel coupon codes
|Last checked||Code description||Code|
|16 Oct 2019||Buy 1 get 1 50% off||********|
|14 Oct 2019||FREE express delivery on orders over $130||********|
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|9 Oct 2019||40% off on huge range of clothing and footwear||********|
|8 Oct 2019||Up to 75% off on Nike, Fila, Adidas and more||********|
Upcoming Nike sneaker release dates
To help you keep a keen eye on upcoming sneaker releases, we've done the research for you and listed all the Nike drop dates that we could find.
Keep in mind that most sneaker releases happen first in the US, meaning that the dates given are rarely for Australian retail. Typically, we see new sneaker styles appear in Australian stores about a week or two after the US release date, though it varies from release to release.
|Nike||Zoom Freak 1 GS Graffiti||1 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Nike Kyrie Low 2||1 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Nike Kyrie 5 GS Graffiti||1 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Nike Air Force 1 Vandalized||1 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Nike LeBron Solider 13||1 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Nike Pegasus 36||1 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||Nike x Sacai LDV Waffle||1 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||Sacai x Nike LDWaffle in Summit White||1 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||LeBron 17 Black/White||3 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Max Tailwind 4||3 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Force 1 Shadow||3 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 12 GS Hot Punch||4 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Adapt BB in "Multicolour"||4 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Max 97 in On-Air: Shanghai||5 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 9 Gym Red||5 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon Parachute Beige||9 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 34 Bred||10 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Sacai x Nike Blazer||10 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Cortez Coral Stardust/Gym Red||10 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||LeBron 17 "Lakers"||10 October 2019 (US)|
|Vans||Supreme x Vans SK8-Hi Pro FW19 collection||10 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 Cactus Jack||12 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||ACG Zoom Terra Zaherra in Aviator Grey/Barely Bolt||12 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||ACG Zoom Terra Zaherra in Space Purple/Blue Force||12 October 2019 (AU)|
|Nike||Cortez in "Day of the Dead"||15 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Force 1 in "Day of the Dead"||15 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 10 Seattle Supersonics||19 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||OFF-WHITE x Nike WMNS Waffle Racer Fuchsia||24 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||OFF-WHITE x Nike WMNS Waffle Racer White||24 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||OFF-WHITE x Nike WMNS Waffle Racer Vivid Sky||24 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Undefeated X Nike Air Max 90||25 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shattered Backboard 3.0||26 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 7 WMNS Black Patent Leather||31 October 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Fearless||7 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 8 N7||7 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 34 Eclipse||7 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Foamposite One Shattered Backboard||8 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 12 Reverse Taxi||9 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 34 Snow Leopard||14 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 13 Island Green||16 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 4 What The||23 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 1 High OG Bred||29 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly||29 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 34 Amber Rise||29 November 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 4 WNTR Loyal Blue||2 December 2019 (US)|
|Nike||SoleFly X Air Jordan 10||7 December 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 11 Bred 2019||14 December 2019 (US)|
|Nike||Air Jordan 12 White Grey||21 December 2019 (US)|
Most popular Nike sneaker models
If you want to get your hands on a pair of Nike sneakers, but aren't sure which ones to go for, we're here to help. We've listed three of the top selling iterations from the brand for you to consider. Each style is continuously updated by Nike, making it easy to find designs and colourways to suit your personal taste.
1. Nike Air Max
Designed with comfort in mind, all Air Max models feature one or more translucent pouches of pressurised gas in the midsole. These air units help to provide added cushioning and support to the foot, though they are more of a lifestyle shoe than a sportswear design. The Air Max line has a huge range of silhouettes on offer, making it simple to find a style to love.
2. Air Force 1
Air Force models are a range of basketball sneakers that most commonly come in an all-white colourway. The style arrives in five different designs of super low, low, mid, high and super high and is made to be a performance shoe that can be worn both on and off the court.
3. Air Jordan 1
Originally made exclusively for legendary basketballer Michael Jordan, the Air Jordan range was released to the public in late 1984. Due to Jordan's fame, new releases of the sneaker style are often a sellout and are sometimes purchased as collector's items. The line also includes a range of athletic and casual apparel, along with accessories and sporting gear.
Founded in 1964 by track athlete Phil Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman, American brand Nike has become one of the most iconic sportswear brands of our time. Recognised by its Swoosh logo and "Just Do It" motto, the label has been endorsed by athletes the world over. The brand features a range of performance-driven apparel and footwear for men, women and children. It also boasts a range of lifestyle wear that has made it just as popular with fashion lovers as it is with those who are passionate about sports.
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