Looks like we will be seeing another Liberty X Nike collaboration in November.  This print is pretty crazy, its definitely a retro feel! There are a total of 8 shoes in the pack, which do you like?

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Information below provided by Nike here:

“Nike redefines seasonal sneakers with the launch of its much-anticipated Liberty print collection.  Nike icons – Air Max 1, Dunk Sky High SneakerBoot, Nike Roshe Run Hi SneakerBoot and Air Revolution Sky High – are wrapped in Liberty London’s signature paisley print, Bourton, offering comfort with a stylish edge.

The Nike Dunk Sky Hi SneakerBoot evolves from Nike’s first ever wedge sneaker, the Nike Dunk Sky Hi.  This winterized wedge, born from a basketball classic, features a quilted ankle collar for added height, a duckboot-style toe, and WaterShield technology, to keep moisture out.

The Nike Air Revolution Sky Hi takes the iconic Nike Air Revolution, the first basketball shoe featuring visible Nike Air, and gives it a feminine twist in the form of a concealed wedge heel for a modern elevated style. The visible Air-Sole unit provides impact protection for the city streets and a padded ankle collar with signature strap fastening delivers a secure fit.

The Nike Roshe Run Hi SneakerBoot transforms the original Nike Roshe Run shoe into a plush faux-fur-lined boot offering ultimate warmth and becoming a wardrobe staple for the colder months.  A boot inspired lacing system provides a snug fit, while the high cut design allows it to be worn up or rolled down for an alternative look.

Nike running icon and city style staple, the Nike Air Max 1, has also been given the Liberty treatment as part of the collaboration this season.

The psychedelic Bourton print was originally produced on Liberty dresses in the 1960s.  The Bourton print on Nike’s Liberty print collection is highlighted in two colorways, mixing modern street style with classic English heritage. Bourton Armory Navy teams the print with navy nubuck suede uppers and a tan Swoosh, while the Bourton Black features solar red and cracked metallized black leather uppers.  Coated rope laces complete both colorways for a refined look.

Nike’s Liberty print collection is available now exclusively at Liberty London and will be available at and your local Nike Sportswear retailer in mid-November.”