The wait for the return of the Air Jordan 4 “White Cement” is almost over. Following a previous release back in 2012, the famed Air Jordan 4 enters into the Retro Remaster program and comes out the opposite end with Nike Air branding back in its customary position. As it always should be.
Brand purists need not worry about OG nuances with this variation, as Jordan Brand gets everything right down to the most minute detail. Check out the photos below and circle February 13th on your calendar as the official release date. Read more
The Nike Air Foamposite One makes it’s return tomorrow with this dope “University Blue” colorway.
A few shades lighter than the OG “Royal” colorway, the Nike Air Foamposite One “University Blue” is slated to release tomorrow in this simple colorway that shines across the Foam shell, while black accents get the job done as a secondary tone.
Give them an official look below. Read more
If you’ve ever been to Toronto, then you know the city is a melting pot in the truest of senses. If you’ve never been to Toronto, best to start looking for a flight now. Celebrating the cultural climate as well as the weather, the Nike KD8 “All-Star” represents T-Dot’s deep diversity, playing off a festive flag approach that showcases the city’s multicultural excellence. Read more
These Nike Air Foamposite One “Gold Speckle” showed up some time back in 2014, but for some reason got lost in the shuffle when the silhouette began to return to prominence. Strong colorways were releasing, and this one, well, was basically forgotten about. Read more
Now two decades since its inception, the ever popular Nike Air More Uptempo is back for a retro run. First returning in its original black and white colorway, nostalgia is at an all time high with a closer look at this definitive 90’s shoe.
More than anything, the Nike Air More Uptempo was a statement in branding. AIR stamped the shoe with purpose, and it represented an era where nothing meant more, or said more, than Nike Air did.
Give the Nike Air More Uptempo a closer look below courtesy of sivadescalzo, and expect the release on April 21st. Read more
Not quite “Royal” Foams but something fairly close, the rumored Nike Air Foamposite One “University Blue” is finally vindicated with a release date. And fortunately, it’s slightly prior to the packed All-Star Weekend release grouping that will certainly put your wallet on a strict diet. Read more
As see earlier on Victor Cruz’s Instagram account, the Nike Air Foamposite One “Blue Mirror” may be one of the best colorways to emerge from the Nike Foamposite lineage within recent memory. Featuring cascading shades of metallic silver and blue throughout the upper, this model employs pearlescent like features that showcases a “fun house” aesthetic while still keeping a sartorially appealing look. Read more
Following the inaugural “Haystack” release of the Nike Air Trainer Cruz, the second colorway in the New York Giants wideout’s signature collection is slated to release next week. Read more
The Nike Air Force 1 “Color of the Month” Pack continues through February 2016. But even before the ball drops on a new year, the “University Blue” aka “Baby Blue” Air Force 1 High launches today. Read more
Dropping next week alongside a slew of great releases from essentially every major brand on Black Friday, the Nike Air Foamposite One “Hologram” symbolizes one of the most sought after for obvious reasons. Dressed in a gleaming Foam shell married to an iridescent glow alongside a metallic silver backing, roughly a week from today this plush new Foamposite could be yours. Read more
Nike isn’t done experimenting with faux croc skin on the Air Force 1. After tinkering with the infusion of croc print on the storied silo last year, they again offer a scaly interpretation for the current fall/winter season.
This variation, centered around a baroque brown faux croc treatment, shines thanks to a textured base and metallic gold branding. A gum outer keeps things in the realm of sport while a customary white midsole parts the two. Pairs are available now at Nike. Read more
The Nike Air Force 1 never really fades. Even when not in wide circulation, the classic 1982 Bruce Kilgore-designed shoe is always visible. The famed silo is making its way to the forefront again in a big way thanks to six original colorways.
The Nike Air Force 1 “Color of the Month” Pack highlights the nostalgia of the shoe in its entirety. Showcasing OG color concepts that debuted back in the early ’80s, the collection will release starting this month through March 2016. Give them a look below and peep each style’s release date. Read more