Following reports of this collab, the Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo “Suptempo” is seen here and it sure doesn’t disappoint. Based in all-black save white Swoosh logos on the midsole and toe box, the Pippen classic that couldn’t get much better ditches its bubble branded call out in favor of the familiar font spelling out the biggest streetwear label in the world and still the most popular in our culture.
Adding to the intrigue, box logo boxes keep this wearable collectable fresh from the inside out with more colorways likely on the way. Take a look at this preview below via Bleacher Report Kicks IG page and keep it locked here for official release details and let us know if Supreme and Nike already has the best collab of 2017. Read more
More new colorways of the Nike Kobe A.D. are due out later this month, with a “University Red” iteration set to debut next week.
Bursting with tonal goodness at the hands of a vibrant red hue, mesh construction and Zoom Air cushioning ensure performance detailing is at a premium while the look itself is similar to past PEs crafted for DeMar DeRozan. See for yourself below and expect the Nike Kobe A.D. “University Red” in stores on January 20th. Read more
Paul George joins exclusive company with the official unveiling of his first signature silhouette, the Nike PG1. Aligning with LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, Nike Basketball’s current signature athletes, George now stands among fewer than one percent of Nike athletes over the brand’s 44-year history to receive his own shoe. He’s Nike’s 21st basketball player to receive this honor.
At first look, the Nike PG1 is a stylistic triumph. Taking from the smoothness of George’s personality that mirrors his game, the PG1 is tailored to meet the performance specifications of George’s two-way play.
In collaboration with designer Tony Hardman, Nike and George aimed for simplicity and function courtesy of a forefoot strap harnessed by Flywire cables for lockdown. Forefoot Zoom Air then delivers low-profile, responsive cushioning, while a full-bootie ensures a snug one-to-one fit. The scaly paneling births a unique sartorial element to the hoops model alongside an iridescent Swoosh gleaming at both the siding and heel.
The Nike PG1 will retail for $110, allowing it to easily compete in the ever competitive performance basketball market place. Although, at first inspection, it’s clear buyers will get more bang for their buck with George’s first signature silhouette. Take a closer look below and stay tuned for launch details. Read more
Releases of the Nike Air Max 97 “Silver Bullet” have been staggered and unexpected over the last month or so. First returning as an Italian exclusive last fall, Nike Sportswear seems to be mounting hype for the shoe’s 20th anniversary this year.
That said, Solebox recently announced stock of the “Silver Bullet” 97’s on January 14.
Adorned in a time-honored Metallic Silver upper married to Varsity Red Swoosh branding and a black liner, heel and outsole, full-length Visible Air glows below the silhouette now two decades old.
The Nike Air Max 97 OG “Silver Bullet” lands at Solebox Amsterdam exclusively on January 14th for $175. A wider release in the U.S. will surely follow this European drop, yet NSW has not confirmed such plans. Stay tuned. Read more
While original colorways of the Nike Air More Uptempo helped propel this year in sneakers, the famed 90’s style still has a few tricks up its sleeve heading into 2017.
This blackout edition of the shoe with reflective detailing is certainly a modern interpretation of the shoe Scottie Pippen famously donned decades ago. No release details for this Nike Air More Uptempo “Black Reflective” are available at this time but stay tuned for more info. Read more
Black Friday can’t come soon enough for fans of the Nike Air branded Air Jordan 3 “True Blue”, and in just a matter of days, the restored 1988 gem can be yours.
Remastered to perfection with Nike Air at the heel and a red liner behind the tongue as with tradition, the shoe hasn’t looked better since they originally released almost 30 years ago.
On November 25, the “True Blue” 3’s come full circle for the elder generation and the new one alike. Take another look at the shoe courtesy of AWOL below and let us know if you plan to cop. Read more
Runway meets the hardwood on the John Elliott x Nike LeBron Soldier X. The man behind the coziest and most modern menswear line adds his aesthetic to LeBron’s championship sneaker, with grey graphic, orange toe pop and glow-in-the-dark sole detailing making this the most casually capable Soldier X yet. Look for these to launch exclusively on November 10th at the new Nike SoHo store. Read more
Celebrating the most popular Air Jordan 1 colorways of all-time, Jordan Brand’s “Top 3” is the “What the” of Jordan 1’s.
Crowning the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago,” “Banned” and “Royal” colorways, each combine for a juxtaposition never before seen on this 1985 classic. What’s more, traditional Nike Air branding appears at the tongue while the wings logo is also in proper position.
Calendar the November 28 Jordan Release Date and take another look at the Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” below. Read more
The return of the “Dr. Doom” Foams next month serves as quite possibly the best Foams drop of any kind in the last two years. But in the meantime, these “Night Maroon” dropping later this week stands as an appetizer for the upcoming main course on Black Friday.
Simplicity has always been the mainstay in successful Foamposite releases. Sure, styles like the “Galaxy” celebrate a triumphant departure from tradition, but by in large a relaxed monotone Foam shell matched with a solid sole unit does the trick. That’s certainly the case here.
Give the Nike Air Foamposite One “Night Maroon” a closer look below courtesy of Rock City Kicks and look for them to arrive at Nike retailers this upcoming Thursday October 20th. Read more
The Nike Air VaporMax has received mixed reviews from sneakerheads ever since the next-generation Air Max model was revealed. Nike is hoping to sway any doubters with this collaborative rendering with Parisian brand COMME des GARÇONS.
With what appears to be a NikeLab offering, the shoe is blacked out and adopts a rich mixed material upper with the performance-based sole unit below.
The shoe was spotted at the COMME des GARÇONS Spring 2017 ready-to-wear presentation in Paris and is expected to drop sometime early next year.
Its more than a store, it’s an experience; the Swoosh has joined forces with KITH to deliver a unique retail moment. In collaboration with Snarkitecture, you’ll find co-branded KITH x Nike sneaker boxes that make up the space’s sneaker wall as well as being display mounts for Olympic themed footwear dubbed, the “Medal Stand.” In addition, you’ll find a KITH Treats section making its first stop in Manhattan, with its original location being at KITH’s Brooklyn Shop. Read more
The Nike Air Huarache continues to travel through Cali with this Undefeated LA Exclusive. Riffing off Crenshaw Blvd and lowrider culture, this pair packs an iridescent heel tab but ups the ante with a blue suede upper — a nod to the local Crenshaw High School.
Keeping things local, this Nike Air Huarache will drop on Saturday, July 16th at the UNDEFEATED La Brea pop-up shop. Out-of-towners will have a chance to cop at the shop’s online store. Read more