Posts tagged ‘Sneakers’
In this week’s Release Roundup Rich “MaZe” Lopez breaks down this week’s most important releases which includes the Nike SB Air Force 2 x Supreme collection, the “Banned” Air Jordan 1 Flyknit, and the OFF-White x Nike collection. Virgil Abloh also speaks on his OFF-White collaboration from Nike’s Off Campus event in NYC. Read more
In this episode of Release Roundup, Rich “MaZe” Lopez breaks down this week’s most important sneaker releases which include the Nike Flyknit Trainer, the Nike Air Zoom Generation, and the adidas EQT x BAIT Pack. Roger Federer also joins this episode to break down his new NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x Air Jordan 3.
It’s been a minute since BAIT put out a collaboration with adidas. This time they’re coming out strong with a brand new EQT 93/17. With the early images floating on the internet, the shoe features an updated mesh and Primeknit upper with 3M underlays and matching rope laces.
Though no official release info has surfaced yet, rumors suggest that they are releasing on Aug 26th. Read more
In this week’s Sole Collector Release Roundup, host Rich “MaZe” Lopez breaks down the sneaker releases for the weekend of August 19th which includes the adidas NMD Sashiko pack, the adidas NMD France pack, the Bred Air Jordan 13’s and more. Read more
On this week’s episode of Sole Collector’s Release Roundup Rich “MaZe” Lopez breaks down this week’s releases which include the adidas Pharrell Tennis Hu x Stan Smith Pack, the adidas NMD_R1 “Japan Pack,” the Nike Air More Uptempo “Tri Color,” and more. Read more
The Nike Air More Uptempo continues its biggest year of retros ever with a look we’ve never seen before on the shoe, a distinct three-color block. The second most significant makeover for the shoe next to the “Suptempo” release ever, the “Tri-Color” version makes the shoe even more eye-catching than usual with three solid blocks of color: black at the heel, grey in the middle, and white at the toe that breaks up the giant “AIR” design. And for one more touch to make them even louder, each letter of the signature side panels is outlined in reflective material.
Jordan Brand unveils this insane Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” Sample that combines the famed “Banned” and “Chicago” colorways into one cohesive sneaker. The shoes are split down the tongue, with the “Banned” color owning the lateral side and the “Chicago” on the medial. This may remind you of the Air Jordan 1 “Quai 54” Friends and Family that was revealed during the big event in Paris.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” is listed as a sample and a release has yet to be confirmed. Read more