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Following his own web-store raffle/exclusive packaging release that went down this past Saturday, Travis Scott alongside the Nike SB team are ready to give their Dunk Low collaboration its official delivery. Ever since the Houston native teased his fourth sneaker project with the Swoosh via the JACKBOYS music video last December, the excitement over the shoes was already through the roof, and now that we know that these will be sold exclusively through select skateshops, the desire for a pair is off the charts. The Nike SB website gives us our best look at the pair here below as we see the low-profile model dressed entirely in Cactus Jack allure. From the bandana paisley canvas to the earthy tones, to the tree branch camouflage underlays, the shoes are a direct reflection of Scott’s grungy taste, only further expanded with tartan plaids that we’re seeing him bring to the table for the first time.
With Nike already confirming via Twitter that this colorway will indeed not be releasing on the SNKRS app, chances of obtaining a pair have already been slimmed down significantly, and thus, to no surprise, has resulted in prices to skyrocket to the $1100-1800 range on various resell platforms. Peep a detailed look here, and find these Travis Scott SB Dunks dropping at the below retailers for $150 USD.
Amidst the retro push of the Air Max LeBron VII, fans of King James’ footwear series are feeling either wildly ecstatic or painfully old. The seventh model of the saga is widely considered to be a key turning point for the Nike LeBron signature series as it achieved levels of attraction and collectibility that no other previous chapter was able to attain
The clean design (essentially an Air Jordan 11 with Flywire and full-length visible Air) was an instant hit, and the circulating Player Exclusives and samples being snatched up by enthusiasts with deep pockets only added to the allure that refreshed the palate and gave LeBron’s signature shoe much-needed new life.
Of the general release colorways, the “China Moon” edition, which featured a matte gold mudguard and accents on a white base, was one of the more coveted retail iterations, dropping exclusively in Asia and later at House of Hoops.
Now, it’ll be yours directly through SNKRS on January 2nd, 2020, so get your holiday money in order if you’re look to cop the LeBron 7 “China Moon” in the new year.
Nike LeBron 7 “China Moon”Release Date: January 2nd, 2020$200Style Code: CU5646-100
After showing off his expertise with Nike’s lifestyle models, Virgil Abloh quickly took to female athletics, likely due in part to his collaborative relationship with Serena Williams. Though not built for the tennis courts, his latest — which follows up the Terra Kiger 5 and Vapor Street with close homage — taps into the aggressive aesthetics that have become Off-White‘s signature through a canvas known otherwise as the Waffle Racer SP.
Three-parts, the vibrant blue and neutral white and black colorways are not without their deconstructed touch: doubled lace units, one more bungee in its elasticity and form and the other more standard, a translucent film, and an imposing outsole of track spikes are all fully represented.
he trio does in fact feature the model’s usual accents underneath, with somewhat oversized swooshes, nylon tongues, and typical panelling, though its suede and synthetic upper are then adorned with neon detailing, metallic textures, and the large-scale text right along the medial.
Grab a good look at all of the above right here, and if you want a pair, keep it locked on the store list below as they drop on December 12th.
One lives in a pineapple under the sea, while one is the new point guard for the Brooklyn Nets, but now SpongeBob SquarePants and Kyrie Irving have been brought together for a five-shoe Nike collection. Consisting of three Nike Kyrie 5s and two Nike Kyrie Low 2, each sneaker in the pack nods to one of the beloved cartoon’s memorable characters
SpongeBob himself is represented by a yellow Kyrie 5 with gold dots, a squiggly swoosh, and red/gum accents as a nod to his famous khakis and red tie combo. His best buddy, the looney-yet-loveable starfish Patrick Starr, also appears on a Kyrie 5 that features a unique multi-shade pink print on the upper with a neon green midsole/outsole inspired by his shorts
Squidward Tentacles, SpongeBob’s famed frenemy and Krusty Krab co-worker provides the third Kyrie 5, offering a slightly more toned-down combo of light jade and soft blue. All three also feature a Nickelodeon stamp across their Venus Flytrap-inspired lace sheath for co-branded styling.
Meanwhile, the affable astronaut squirrel Sandy Cheeks providies the inspiration for a Kyrie Low 2 that draws its white, grey, and brown colorway from her space suit, and adds a dash of signature detailing via a red dot on the midsole and a flower on the midfoot overlay
And finally, Krusty Krab owner Mr. Krabs serves up scrumptious stylings for the second Kyrie Low 2 with a bold mix of hot red and jade, accented by blue and gold.
Irving’s signature Nike shoes are certainly familiar with fun-filled special packs — like the memorable cereal-themed Nike Kyrie 4s created in tandem with General Mills during 2018 — but this one may very well be the wildest yet.
Enjoy a brief look at the quintet of special shoes above, and stay tuned for more info on their August release as it’s available.
SpongeBob SquarePants x Nike Kyrie CollectionRelease Date: August 2019
The modularity of Matthew M Williams’ removable sole units have often overshadowed the many pieces of footwear they’ve been taken from
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Flaunted in praise by the designer himself as well as an account dedicated to the infinite possibilities, the strapped-on Vibram sole unit is surely doing its job just as the Arctic Grip iterations prior.
Grab a peek at some of the best out of the bunch right below, and if you have your own pair, see what wild make-ups you can come up with
Since 2017, the Nike Vapormax has dazzled sneakerheads with its unique look and comfortable Air Max midsole that looks completely out of whack at first glance.
It's a shoe that is an acquired taste but once you get into it, you immediately understand the hype. Over time, Nike has experimented with the Vapormax and has played around with the different silhouettes it finds itself on.
Once again, Nike is trying something new with the brand new Nike Vapormax D/MS/X which is part of a new label that shows off Nike's affinity for experimentation.
The shoe is made with various different materials including knit and leather while plastic caps are places around the toe box and even the back heel. One of the first colorways to be released will feature a heavy dose of dark teal with black and orange accents.
The midsole and plastic caps will be clear though, which adds a contrast to the show that most sneakerheads probably weren't expecting.
According to Sneaker Bar Detroit, this shoe is set to debut in July and as of right now, there is no price associated with it.
NBA superstar Anthony Davis recently reached an endorsement deal with Ruffles to be a creative partner for the brand, in which he will be given the opportunity to develop new products, including signature chip flavors.
In celebration of their partnership, Davis collaborated with well-known sneaker customizer, The Shoe Surgeon, for a limited edition sneaker - the Ruffles Ridge Tops.
The sneaker collab takes shape in the form of a Nike Dunk High, featuring a blue and orange color scheme as a nod to the original Ruffles bag, as well as several different laces that are inspired by the various chip flavors.
he Ruffles Ridge Tops are also highlighted a ribbed ankle collar and a "Shoetrition Facts" tag on the inside of the tongue.
All eyes are on LeBron James as the world’s greatest player has taken his talents to the bright lights of Los Angeles. The last time the King left Cleveland, his signature sneakers received an uptick in uptick and exposure, and there’s no question that Nike is reveling in this new opportunity. That said, the launch of his next signature shoe, the Nike LeBron 16, should be one of the more discussed topics in sneakers for the latter half of 2018, and this first look at what may be a Nike LeBron 16 sample gives us an idea of how the first chapter of Laker LeBron will begin.
This first look reveals the same visible Zoom/Max Airbag that debuted in the LeBron 15 model, but a completely redesigned upper that includes a modified Flyknit upper constructing. Branding is minimal once again, as a smaller Swoosh sits on the exterior heel piece that also features the lion crest logo debossed onto the material. The LJ crown logo is also featured on the tongue.
LeBron’s new signature shoe typically debuts in September, so stay tuned for an official unveiling of the Nike LeBron 16 soon as we near the 2018-2019 NBA season.
Last week, we brought you a first look at an upcoming Zoom Kobe 1 Protro colorway dressed in the retro colors of the Minneapolis Lakers. Primarily adorned in grey suede, soft blue comes into play on its ankle collar as well as its outsole. White adds a touch of contrast on elements the likes of its midfoot Swoosh and its toe. Supporting details include “MPLS” placed on its middle lace lock as well as on the underside of its tongue opposite Kobe’s signature logo on the top of that same tongue. Each one of the Lakers retired jersey numbers can be seen on the insole of this sneaker as well in white with a golden border. Enjoy a detailed set of images for the newest Protro offering below and look forward to its July 6th release date.
Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro Release Date: July 6th, 2018 $175
he shoe’s orange tumbled leather upper features a myriad of patches and branding hits, from a stitched-on Nike Air tag on the forefoot to large “Just Do It” patches on both the heel and tongue.
The midfoot swoosh features refractive Just Do it logos, and small swooshes also appear on the mudugard and heel collar, while further black “Just Do It” branding appears on the orange laces.
To make sure things don’t get too out of hand, the shoe’s loud upper is tied together by a simple white AF1 midsole and outsole
No official release date for these outrageous orange kicks has been announced yet,