Welcome to Nike HK! One of the biggest sports shoes and sportswear conglomerates of the world is none other than Nike. This sports brand giant is undoubtedly the most trusted name not just among professional athletics but also sport enthusiasts. Nike Running shoes like the Nike Roshe feature the Nike Flyknit and Nike Lunarlon technology to help set your best lap time.

Nike Sneakers or other Nike Shoes like the Nike Cortez, Nike Air Jordans, Nike Airforce 1, Nike Air Max and the the Nike Jordans can be worn with jeans for the perfect Nike Streetwear look. Nike also makes football and futsal shoes like the Nike Vapormax and for a relaxing day at the beach you can wear your Nike Slides. Very few branding logos that can be recognized at the first glance and Nike’s “swoosh” logo that imitates a tick – a figurative symbol of “Just do it”, is one of them.

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Nike AIR Force 1 07 Sneakers HK$ 890.00 Farfetch
Nike AIR Force 1 Lowtop Sneakers HK$ 853.00 Farfetch
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Nike AIR MAX 90 Sneakers HK$ 1,075.00 Farfetch
Nike AIR Force 1 '07 Sneakers HK$ 738.00 Farfetch
Nike AIR Jordan 1 MID Sneakers HK$ 925.00 Farfetch
Nike AIR Huarache RUN Sneakers HK$ 1,303.00 Farfetch
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Nike has been well-known for producing some of the most iconic and memorable shoes in the past. The Nike Air Max, Nike Air Jordan, and Nike SB to name a few are just some of the brand's best when it comes to sneakers. However, during the half century that the brand has been making shoes, there are those that are not so noteworthy in terms of aesthetic. Here's a list of the ugliest Nike shoes that history should just forget about.

Nike has been well-known for producing some of the most iconic and memorable shoes in the past. The Nike Air Max, Nike Air Jordan, and Nike SB to name a few are just some of the brand's best when it comes to sneakers. However, during the half century that the brand has been making shoes, there are those that are not so noteworthy in terms of aesthetic. Here's a list of the ugliest Nike shoes that history should just forget about.


You had a good workout but the nagging pain in your feet would not go away. Getting the wrong footwear is the main cause for sports-related injury.

You had a good workout but the nagging pain in your feet would not go away. Getting the wrong footwear is the main cause for sports-related injury.


Nike never falls short when it comes to surprises and this is one of them! Teased for quite some time, Nike is revealing their brand new Air Force 1 Logo Pack and it's way closer than you think. This summer, you can get your hands on these brand new babies online and in store!

Nike never falls short when it comes to surprises and this is one of them! Teased for quite some time, Nike is revealing their brand new Air Force 1 Logo Pack and it's way closer than you think. This summer, you can get your hands on these brand new babies online and in store!


The 5 Most Iconic Nike Shoes You Should Know Of in HK

Nike first breathed life back in 1964 and has been innovating ever since. You don’t need to be a world-renowned athlete to appreciate the incredible comfort, support, and durability of a Nike sneaker. Nike has undoubtedly released some of the most popular and timeless sneakers of all time. Whether for sport, fun in the outdoors or casual wear, they’ve consistently delivered. Grab a pair in HK from iPrice!

Nike Cortez

Though Cortez style is a streetwear classic these days, the revolutionary track shoes were designed in 1972 by Olympic athletics coach and Nike co-founder, Bill Bowerman. They’re built for comfort and speed, and it comes in a ton of sleek colourways. You can get this shoe in HK starting from HKD600 to HKD900.

Nike Air Max 90

Former architect, now sneaker design legend Tinker Hatfield rarely misses the mark. The Air Max 90 has been released in seemingly every colour combination known to man, but it made its debut in the brand's Infrared colourway. With that bright red hugging the visible Nike Air unit, it’s hard to miss. This series is definitely a classic from the brand that's why you should start looking for one in HK.

Nike Air Huarache

If you love chunky trainers, then you may well already be au fait with the cult Air Huarache style. They originally made their debut in 1991 as game-changing running shoes that “hug” your feet thanks to their built-in neoprene-and-spandex socks. Another creation by Tinker Hatfield, the trainers are now heralded as iconic among sneakerheads and a go-to chunky style for Hong Kong streetwear lovers.

Nike Air Presto

A new favourite among minimalists is the Air Presto, which first came onto the scene in 2000. Presto hits the sweet spot between pared-back fashion sneakers and all-day comfort. The sole is a little thicker than typical “not for workouts” trainers (meaning you get some extra cushioning), while the flexible neoprene upper keeps everything looking slick.

Nike Flyknit

If you’re into hybrids, then Flyknits are for you. The style is less about the shoe’s shape and more about the super-light knitted fabric they’re made of. You can also find the knitted texture on updated Epic React, VaporMax, Zoom and Air Max Thea styles. If you like to feel the breeze between your toes, look to a pair of Flyknit. You can get this model in HK from HKD800-1000 on iPrice.

Why Choose Nike Hong Kong?

Nike consistently brings the heat, that’s a given. They have multiple categories to choose from, including running, basketball, the Jordan brand, football, training, and sportswear. Nike is defined by both collaboration and innovation. Over the past decade, the brand has embraced creatives from all walks of life, from fashion moguls to streetwear brands and artists to celebrities. Nike never fails to provide sneakerheads with new collections every year!

Where to buy Nike in HK?

Many Hongkongers have embraced sneaker culture, making fashionable kicks an integral part of their outfits and wardrobes. Hong Kong is brimming with athleisure stores and independent shops that offer functional kicks and collectible footwear. So where do you go to get your fix? There's a few Nike Shop HK that you can visit, Nike Factory Store near Kwun Tong is an authentic Nike HK outlet where you can get all your favourite sneakers. You can also enjoy shopping in the comfort of your own home at Nike HK online store.

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