Limited to three pairs for purchase, the Nike LeBron 9 Elite “What the LeBron” Custom by SmoothTip Productions dons a compilation colorway in loud and bright fashion. Styling is straight from the unreleased LeBron 9 of the same theme, carried over to the Elite edition. A size 11 is up for auction now on eBay. Read the rest of this entry
After answering a multitude of questions in his rookie season, Allen Iverson‘s signature shoe had to revamp its name. The Reebok Answer I was a tribute to Iverson’s cutting edge style, and progressive play. Like Iverson, the Answer I was unlike any basketball shoe before. Before they release again on Friday, May 24, Nice Kicks gives you an on-foot look, and discusses the elements that made the Reebok Answer I an iconic sneaker in the latest installment of Live Look.
The Nike Air Pippen “Camo” is decorated in a black nubuck upper with camouflage designs throughout the base. The “Camo” Air Pippen is finished with a flash green outsole and branding. No word on release information, but stay tuned for more details. Read the rest of this entry
The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Hologram” comes in a rather low-key black/dark grey color combo, accentuated by trippy hologram mid-foot panels and heel tabs on top of a white midsole. We’ll keep you posted on the upcoming release date. Read the rest of this entry
The Reebok Question “Canvas” Pack sees the popular model dressed in tonal canvas and leather. Leather on the toe box and heel collar play up the canvas upper of these slightly revamped sneakers. Translucent soles match the uppers, and contrasting white midsoles bring the subdued colorways to life. The Reebok Question “Canvas” Pack will release nationwide on June 7, but are available now for pre-order at Packer Shoes. Read the rest of this entry
Sole Swap reaches back in time for their latest custom. Using a Vince Carter Toronto Raptors’ jersey as inspiration, Sole Swap has created the Nike Air Foamposite One “Raptors” Custom. The sneaker features an all-purple upper with a vibrant red sole. The custom sneaker also features 3M detailing around the ankle. Check out the pics below. Read the rest of this entry
Greene Films gave us a recap of the Rhode Island Sneaker Exchange last week, but Art House Sixty was also on hand to catch the afternoon’s festivities. Here’s what they captured.
El Cappy takes it back to 1992 with his latest custom piece. Michael Jordan won his second NBA Title in 1992 against Clyde Drexler and the Portland Trail Blazers. Jordan wore the Air Jordan 7 during that Finals, and El Cappy has used that same model as the base silhouette for his “92 Champ” design. For this custom, El Cappy has painted the sneaker in a gold and black base with varsity red accents. On the tongue, El Cappy also added “23” branding to pay homage to the greatest of all time, Michael Jordan. Read the rest of this entry