NikeiD's Customizable Liberty shoes.
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Shhh, you hear that? It's your shoe closet BEGGING you to add more printed sneaks to your collection. OK, maybe that's not what's really happening here, but you don't need to tell anyone that! Consider it all the excuse neccessary to join us in obsesssing over NIKEiD's new Liberty London goods. The sneaker giant has teamed up with the U.K. heritage label yet again on a line of flower power shoes—and while we've already called them out for kicking it up (heh) on the technology front with their sneaker wedges, this collab marks a very personal twist. NIKEiD, the special section of the brand that allows you to customize the shoes, has added Liberty's pretty florals to its arsenal of patterns and colors.
This means two of Liberty's most iconic prints from 1974 and 1978 can now be splashed across the Dunk Hi and Lo, Air Max 1, Blazer Mid and Lo, and the Roshe Run. Score! All you have to do is pick an "inspiration" style (the look you're generally going for), and then get started mixing and matching. You can swap different patterns on different sections of sneakers—color-blocked floral is TOTALLY possible, y'all— as well as choose different hues for the inside, the laces, and the Swoosh. You can't actually buy them until May 20, but head over to Nike to start playing around now! Trust us, your closet will thank you.