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Nike Air Max 90 “Infrared Croc”


Still in the midst of celebrating its anniversary, the Nike Air Max 90 has yet another upgraded take on its classic “Infrared” iteration on the horizon. Having already popped up with cork and velvet makeups, this new “Infrared Croc” variation adds an exotic touch to the iconic runner. Pieced together with black muting the silhouette’s entire premium leather upper, croc detailing stalks the mudguard. With a white midsole adding balance, a vibrant touch of infrared livens up the accents. Set to retail at $135, the Nike Air Max 90 “Infrared Croc” is slated to be available on April 30th. Read more

Air Jordan 11 Low “Playoffs”


Following the release of the Air Jordan 11 Low “Georgetown” release we see the upcoming “Playoffs”. What started out as a PE and has now become a general release, the famous colorway takes over the Air Jordan 11 Low early on in the summer season. Priced at $170, look for the Air Jordan 11 Low “Playoffs” at select Jordan Brand stores on May 23. Read more

Nike Air Force 1 Elite


White on white Air Forces have, and always will, mean a great deal to sneaker culture. Certainly we’ve all been through a few pair, and will almost undoubtedly go through a few more. That is due in large to Nike continuing to release the shoe in its OG form and updated iterations as well. Today, the Nike Air Force 1 Elite gets the all-white treatment paired with an Air Unit and icy outer to match. Perfect for summer – or anytime really – look for the release this summer at select Nike Sportswear retailers. Read more

ASICS Gel Lyte V Dark Blue/Light Grey


A darling within the vast ASICS archival lineup, the ASICS Gel Lyte V takes on a new scheme today in a sea of ocean blue tones. The 1993 retro runner highlights signature lightweight construction while both the toe and rear feature a vibrant dark blue hue. The midfoot boast timely white and light grey accents that are also noted at the neoprene collar, liner, midsole and outer. Priced at $110, look for the ASICS Gel Lyte V Dark Blue/Light Grey now at select retailers including Sneaker Politics. Read more

Air Jordan 7 “Barcelona Days”


Picking up where its “30th Anniversary” counterpart left off last month, the Air Jordan 7 is getting ready to deliver its “Barcelona Days” style code this weekend. Inspired by the summer of 1992, when MJ and the Dream Team took Spain by storm, this latest variation features dark grey leather overlays paired with wolf grey nubuck underlays serving up the upper. Complete with vibrant shades of total orange and turquoise blue living up to the accents, tongue, branding and outsole, the Air Jordan 7 “Barcelona Days” is scheduled to be available on on April 25th. Read more

Nike Air Foamposite Premium “Gone Fishing”


The Nike Air Foamposite One “Gone Fishing” will continue the graphic trend for the treasured Foamposite line of Nike sneakers.

Not only the does the model have a print on the upper, but it’s also got an iridescent sheen to it. Other details particular to this pair include a “Gone Fishing” stamp on in the insoles and fish skeleton embroidery on the heel. It’s unclear at this point exactly what event or story Nike is planning to tie in with this strange pair of Foams. These are set to drop on June 20th. Read more

Nike LeBron 12 EXT “Rubber City”


Following the recent release of its highly anticipated “Wheat” variation, the Nike LeBron 12 EXT is getting ready to serve up its tribute “Rubber City” style code later this month. Drawing inspiration from the storied rubber-producing past of LeBron’s hometown, a tire tread-like aesthetic is featured throughout the silhouette’s upper and heel. Based in all black, with an icy outsole holding things down below, this take on the Nike LeBron 12 EXT will be available online at Nike and at select Nike retailers on April 25th. Read more

Nike Air Fomaposite Pro “Gym Red”


The Nike Air Fomaposite Pro keeps the increasingly popular red theme alive with its upcoming style code. Fully equipped with its entire classic wavy build coated in the blazing headlining shade, a pinch of black adds contrast by way of the accents and insoles. Complete with golden lace tips and a graphic approach taken throughout its entire upper, this fiery version of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro will be available on and at select Nike retailers on April 11th. Read more

Air Jordan 11 Low “Georgetown”


The Georgetown Hoyas will be having their own colorway in the Air Jordan 11 Low. Done up with grey mist filling in the bulk of its low-cut upper, midnight navy hits up both the interior lining and patent leather mudguard. Coupled with a white midsole and translucent outsole, this style codes bark is just as fresh as its bite. Set to drop this Saturday, April 11th. Read more

Air Jordan 13 Retro Low “Bred”


Below we get a look at the ‘Bred’ 13 Low, a scaled down version of the original ‘Playoff’ colorway with a red inner lining and outsole. The shoe is part of a 2015 lineup that will reportedly include the original ‘Navy’ and ‘Chutney’ colorways, as well as an all-new Charlotte Hornets-inspired make-up. Expect this 13 Low to hit Jordan retailers June 13th. Read more


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