Cheap Nike basketball Shoes Wholesale line is set to begin a fresh chapter in 2019, and one of the silhouettes that’s helping turn the page is the new Nike Zoom Rise. With a textured high-cut knit upper and athletic shape, the Zoom Rise appears to be somewhat of a Nike Alphadunk takedown, much in the same way the Nike Hyperrev played a perfect foil to the Nike Hyperdunk line in years past. However, it’s still very much its own unique design. Upon first glance, two main details stand out: one of the branded variety, the other of the performance variety.
This afternoon, Nike held its quarterly earnings call for Q2 of fiscal year 2019. One of the major announcements made by CEO Mark Parker was the sportswear company’s plan to bring a new smart shoe into the performance basketball market in 2019.
“I’m excited to announce that in the new year we’ll launch a new adaptive performance platform in basketball at the $350 price point,” said Parker. “We have a smart shoe designed for the perfect fit, and it’s a major step in advancing and connecting our digital transformation to product.”
Nike Executive Vice President Andy Campion later revealed that this introduction of Hyperadapt to basketball will be launching in spring 2019. Rumors of the HyperAdapt 2.0 being a self-lacing basketball shoe originally surfaced back in 2017 when legendary designer Tinker Hatfield confirmed it was in development at the time.
If the shoe features similar technology to the original Hyperadapt, this pair would be seeing a significant dip in retail price from the 1.0′s $720 price point, making it much more accessible. Stay tuned as more details become available regarding Nike’s latest basketball innovation for 2019. The most noticeable branded hit is the large Swoosh that originates on the toebox before swooping all the way up to the medial midfoot, coming to rest alongside the asymmetrical lacing system. Meanwhile, a large visible Nike Zoom Uk Air bag is placed directly under the forefoot for snappy and responsive court feel. Other details are then provided by a textured heel overlay, flight-style detailing on one of the eyestays, and large heel/collar pull tabs for easy on/easy off. The fresh hoops sneaker has appeared in a retro Mariners-esque combo of black, teal, and white plus a sporty white/red/grey with a bold neon yellow sockliner, and will likely release on Nike.com this summer or fall, just in time for the start of basketball season. Take a look at both new colorways directly below, and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for further updates as they’re available.
Blending the notable layered upper of the Air Max Plus with the Swoosh’s modern Vapormax cushioning unit, the Cheap Nike Vapormax Plus lineup is set to grow by one with the welcoming of this brand new black and noble red colorway. The low-profile silhouette’s synthetic upper and full-length Air unit are doused in black while its layered cage and mid-foot panel are presented in noble red for a slight juxtaposition in its hues.
With winter fast approaching, Nike is getting quite the productive head start on colorways, outfitting the D/MS/X Vapormax Wholesale China in a two-tone mix of icy blues and deep blacks. Connected to no theme specifically, the pair is more so a proof of concept, showing off a distinct arrangement yet to be seen on the inventive, chaotic, and largely imposing alternative model. Uppers, in their vast mix of material and panelling, show off each distinction with full dissimilarity: hits of mesh both at the toe and rear lie in no connection to those adjacent while overlaid smooth leathers distinguish themselves overtly in their swathe of light blues; tongues, though still a cool-leaning shade, are tinted just slightly darker from the rest, with accents by way of the swoosh and air bubble tread breaking out from their backdrops in a sultry purple. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it rolling out to select retailers as well as Nike.com soon. Additional 3M reflective hits arrive via the Swoosh logos and throat for added visibility during your evening activity. Although an abundance of vibrant color schemes, patterns, and gradients have adorned much of the models that have released year, Nike looks to bring things back down to Earth by styling this rendition with a more modest and versatile look. Looking to pick up a pair? These are now available at select Nike retailers for $190 USD.
Nike nods to their most well-known slogan every season with a special slate of “Just Do It” releases, and one of the members of their upcoming fall assemblage is the new Fake Air Max 270 React. Much like the other styles in the pack, this popular hybrid silhouette opts to keep things somewhat simple, ramping up the branding and embellishments just enough to cause a stir but not enough to create a full-out ruckus.
The GR wonder has surfaced once again in this brand new metallic silver and lilac colorway for women, further expanding the library of color options that are currently available on the market. Deviating from its many wild and vibrant color-blocking styles in the past, the classic runner opts to steer down a more subdued direction sporting various hues of grey dispersed throughout its upper with subtle accents of lilac falling upon its lacestays, heel tabs, and Swoosh logos. No official release date has been announced as of yet, but expect these to hit select Nike retailers in the coming weeks for $160.
After making a strong resurgence in 2018, things have slowed down a bit for the Cheap Nike Air Max 98.The mesh-and-synthetic upper uses a sleek wolf grey tone as its base, then applies crimson and orange for its accents. A duo of colored Swooshes and a “Just Do It” hit are present on the lateral side, while the medial side features two “Air” his and a slightly darker grey Swoosh. Down below, a similarly-colored React forefoot with signature plugs and Air Max 270 heel unit complete the look and provide high-tech comfort. They’ll release at the retailers listed below later this season, so be sure to check out our Sneaker Release Dates page for info on a specific date of arrival as it’s available, and enjoy a set of official images here in the meantime.
It’s been nearly a year since the 25th Anniversary milestone of the Air Jordan came to close, but that doesn’t mean we’ve moved beyond it. The Air Jordan Legacy that has lasted twenty-six years will continue to anchor the brand that is now represented by contemporary stars like Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul – all hand-selected by Michael Jordan himself. The Air Jordan 25th Anniversary Collection surfaced last year as part of a traveling showcase that was featured at Nike locations world-wide; here we have another look at the entire collection from Air Jordan 1 to Air Jordan XXV (2010) laid out in an impressive spread of sneakers. Just five of the Air Jordans pictured above actually released (the II, III, IV, IX, XI) – which other all-white Air Jordans would you like to see release? Check out the extra shots of this classic pictorial below and let us know your thoughts. via sina.
July 10th marked the launch of SoleFly Sneaker Boutique located in Miami, FL, and Michael Jordan himself attended the opening, providing autographs and pictures for a lucky few. Out for public view was a nice display of the Air Jordan 25th Anniversary Collection – II, III, IV, IX, XI – with Michael Jordan’s John Hancock in silver marker. Jordan’s autograph is probably the ultimate piece of NBA memorabilia so to see a whole bunch sitting pretty on one table is quite a treat. Check out the gallery of images to see the entire display and let us know which Air Jordan 25th Anniversary shoe has been your favorite thus far.
Each and every February, Nike and the Jordan Brand release a bevy of commemorative sneaker selections designed in honor of Black History Month. For the most part, each year comes with a repeated aesthetic or theme, as last year’s BHM drops equipped the black, red, and green colors of the Pan-African flag across silhouettes the likes of the Air Force 1 High and the Vapormax. One of the Jumpman models that will help highlight 2019’s BHM drops will be the oft-slept on Air Jordan 2, a luxuriously crafted basketball-lifestyle crossover model dressed in fine Italian leathers. While no official looks at this model are available yet, its Black/Metallic Gold color code lends to a relatively simple aesthetic, and can help give you an idea of what is to expect from the rest of this esteemed collection.
Serving as one of the Jordan Brand’s flagship “Black History Month” creations in 2019, the Air Jordan 2 joins an Air Jordan 1 and a Why Not Zer0.2 to help spread a message of Equality throughout the NBA and the world. Inspired by the idea of Afro-futurism, this clean take on MJ’s second signature model equips traditional tribal patterns as well as a black, blue, and red color scheme with regal Metallic Gold accents. While most of the sneaker’s decals are kept simple in tonal black hues, its shapes and patterns have been treated with a glossy tint to aid them in sticking out from the rest of its upper. Set to release on February 2nd, those looking to get in on this year’s “BHM” celebration can do so by grabbing these AJ2s from the list of retailers featured below.
Black and gold have become a mainstay with many of Beaverton’s leading designs, portraying a monarchial vibe that also creates versatile footwear options. Keep it locked for release updates and actual looks as we have them and expect pairs to drop next February.
A lot of Air Max collectors and casual heads were out this weekend looking for this particular sneaker picture above- an Air Max 1 taking inspiration from the classic Air Safari 87, more on that later.
Developed by Mark Parker and designed by Tinker Hatfield, this is the shoe that dared to be different. By contrasting bold red with clean white, the shoe showcased the first ever Visible Air unit, and boasted a new midsole foot frame, heel notch and lace locks, making the Air Max 1 a bubbling cauldron of Nike innovation. The Air Max 1 is also sometimes know as Air Max ’87 as the sneaker was released in 1987.A few years back, Atmos put out their version of the Air Max 1 with the safari pattern and is one of the most sought after Air Max 1s ever. This new version should satisfy for now and will be on the list of the most collected Air Max 1s as well. They dropped over the weekend at a few select top tier Nike retailers in the US and should hit a few more this upcoming week. If you have trouble finding them, don’t worry in mid-July they will hit Nike Member’s Only Store.
Bearing the color blocking of icons past, the Air Jordan 12 “Game Royal” follows in a developing trajectory set by the brand itself, following up on the notables of its long-running history with palette swaps and brand new motifs. Much like the “Flu Game” of MJ legacy, the newest pair, which is effectively nicknamed the “Blu Game,” is familiar thanks to its two-part simplicity: bright, saturated blue tones lie at the forefront of its design, dyeing entirely the mudguard panelling as well as much of the outward sole unit. Black smooth leathers adjacent bear an almost glossy sheen thanks to its conditioning, creating a look unlike its muse as it deviates in texture and presentation. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here, and if you’re interested in grabbing a set for yourself, be sure to check out Nike.com as well as the host of retailers below come September 21st.
Diversifying gradually, Jordan Brand continues to broaden its scope of current releases with more and more aside from their staple AJ1. While more recently taking to the classics with slight modification, the pairs of Air Jordan 12s are back once more in close signature with another edition arriving extremely reminiscent to the iconic “Flint” colorway though dialed back just slightly in shade. Tumbled leather constructions crinkle at the edges of their various stitching while classic metallic hardware rests at the topmost parts of the eye stay as well as right at the profile. Soles as well as the rear webbing are dyed wholly in their focal greys, matching the almost pebbled textures of the mudguards and its adjacent foxing. Grab a detailed look at this clean pair right here and find it rolling out to select retailers as well as Nike.com later on December 21st.
When thinking of sneakers that released in 1991, one usually pinpoints two Swoosh classics in the Air Jordan 6 and the Nike Air Huarache, but the year was loaded with a number of other releases that are set to get the retro treatment 23 years later. Bo Jackson’s sneakers are as dominant in the retro category today as the man was on both the baseball diamond and football field in his prime. His Nike Air Max Trainer ’91 has readily donned a few colorways here and there this year (although 2013 served as a nice revamping year as the shoe returned in a Raiders and Eagles aesthetic to help usher in Nike’s merchandising rights). This Black/University Red look isn’t as loud as past views – think of the shoe randomly taking on a South Beach colorway – and the “Chicago”-esque treatment showcases the silhouette quite nicely. What do you think? Stay tuned for more photos after the break and grab your pair today from Sneaker Politics.
Nike Sportswear continues to experiment with premium leathers and woven constructions, and the upcoming Nike Air Max Trainer 17 is the perfect combination of both. The coming model features a comfortable neoprene slip-on upper while a smooth Vachetta Tan leather base utilizes a bold ventilated side panel with cross-hash woven stitching adding a decisive design. A full-length visible air unit adds the luxurious comfort that Air Max enthusiasts will love, this time in a smoky Dark Obsidian to add a high-contrast aesthetic. Check out another angle of the upcoming Nike Air Max Trainer 17 below and stay tuned for a release in the new year.
A simple black Primeknit serves as the base, but it’s then accented with substantial quantities of white & tan thread, applied everywhere except the side stripe. There’s also a dashing dose of bright red present on the throat, tongue, and medial side. Even the sockliner gets in on the fun, throwing in a little extra tan for good measure. Down below, a smoky black midsole with white Boost cushioning completes the look.
Kanye West‘s master plans for the adidas Yeezy line’s slate of holiday releases are beginning to be revealed, and the latest pair to pop up is a bold new take on the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 dubbed the “Yecheil.” These curiously-monikered Yeezy shoes are a striking departure from previously-used palettes, as they do away with the line’s normal earth-based hues in favor of a four-color mix. A welcome and colorful change of pace for the most popular silhouette in the Yeezy lineup, these Yecheil Yeezys are tentatively scheduled for a December 15th release date, and will retail for $220 USD. Check out both on and off-foot shots directly below, and for more Yeezy news, be sure to check out our Yeezy Release Preview master page.
It features a full Black-based upper constructed in a mix of nubuck, mesh, and leather. Highlighting this Nike Air Max 94 are Yellow accents on the tongues, inner lining, insole, heel branding, Max Air heel unit and outsole.
For any of you that are Pittsburgh Steelers fans, look for this Nike Air Max 94 to become available very soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $120 USD.
Nike continues to go into their vault to release new colorways of their beloved Air Max 94 silhouette. This time, the shoe arrives in Steeler Nation colors.
2018 has shed light on a number of under appreciated Air Max silhouettes from the 90s. While the Air Max 1s and Air Max 97s of the world continue to get the attention they deserve, the Swoosh has shown love to models the like of the Air Max 94 and the Air Max Deluxe in a sneaker climate that is love with the Swoosh’s Sportswear label and just about everything born in the 1990s. Beaverton’s Air Max 94 is back once again in another luxurious animal print as its mudguard, heel logo, and heel counter opt for a beloved safari-style print. Allowing for that familiar motif to take center stage, this NSW selection features a simplistic black and grey color scheme with a white midsole and a translucent Air bubble borrowed from its 1993 predecessor. Mesh and suede layering adds to this particular iteration’s luxurious aesthetic, while a Swoosh-branded dubrae completes the look in signature Swoosh Brand style. Peep an official set of images below and stay tuned for this AM94’s arrival on Nike.com sooner rather than later.