Nike Sportswear continues to expand their Foamposite One lineup, and here is a look at one that will be releasing this October.
This Nike Air Foamposite One is dressed perfectly for Halloween in a mix of Black, White, and Total Orange. It features a Black and White graphic on its Foam shell with White laces, Black leather upper completed with Orange contrasting accents.
NIKE AIR FOAMPOSITE ONE BLACK WHITE TOTAL ORANGE RELEASE DATE
Look for this Nike Air Foamposite One to release in October ahead of Halloween at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $230 USD.
As a follow up to the 2014 Foamposite One, Nike will be releasing another Knicks-themed colorway, this time using the Nike Air Foamposite Pro as the silhouette.
Dressed in a Knicks-like Black, Battle Blue, and Total Orange color scheme. This Foamposite Pro features a Black Foam shell with matching leather on the eyestay and heel. Orange covers the Swoosh logo and details on the tongue completed with Blue accents on the mini Swooshes and rubber outsole.
NIKE AIR FOAMPOSITE PRO KNICKS RELEASE DATE
Look for the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Knicks” to release on September 21st at select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $230 USD.
Combining both the Nike Roshe with the Huarache, the shoe comes built with a breathable mesh upper, a Huarache-like collar, a one-piece sole unit and a synthetic leather midfoot strap.
This release comes in a clean Black and White color scheme that features a full Black-based upper with White branding and matching rubber sole.
Check out the additional images below and look for this “Black/White” Nike Kwazi beginning to hit select Nike Sportswear retail stores now like Naked.
The Nike Kwazi is one of Nike Sportswear’s newest lifestyle silhouette. The model is now beginning to release in a few monochromatic colorways like this Nike Kwazi Red Action pair.
This distinctive silhouette comes constructed in a mesh upper that is extended with a padded collar hightop, and is also equipped with an ankle strap to make sure your foot is locked down. This release is fully dressed in an “Triple Red” color scheme for the summer.
Check out the additional on-feet images below and look for the Nike Kwazi “Action Red” colorway available now at select Nike Sportswear retail stores, including shops like Afew.
LeBron James debuted the all-new Nike LeBron Soldier 10 during Game 4 of the series. While it appeared that that the Cavaliers were as good as dead, down 3-1 to a dominant Warriors team, LeBron put the team on his back and led the Cavaliers to an improbable comeback and won the city of Cleveland its first sports championship in over half a century. Nike will release the LeBron Soldier 10 on NIKEiD on June 21st in limited quantity, in the black/gold colors that he wore throughout this insane comeback. Check out a detailed look below and cop these on Tuesday.
LeBron James is one of the most iconic and influential professional athletes of all-time, matching his on-court success with his off-court eclectic portfolio of business and philanthropic ventures. As he enters his fifteenth NBA season, there are challenges that await him as he looks to reach his eighth straight NBA Finals and win his fourth overall championship, but helping him in his quest is his brand new signature shoe – the LeBron 15. The Nike LeBron 15, which features Flyknit and Max/Zoom combo Air, has been positively received thus far. We already know of the “Ashes” and “Ghost” colorway, while an off-the-court version with embroidered detailing flexes the shoe’s lifestyle capability. That’s been the identity for most of the Nike LeBron signature series as they’ve been high performers on the court and hot items off it. During his tour in Asia, LeBron James sat down with Hypebeast to discuss basketball, music, fashion, and more. In this interview, he listed his favorite Nike LeBrons to play basketball in, and his favorite Nike shoes to wear casually. Is his list surprising?
September will be packed with new takes on popular Air Jordan retro models including another camo edition of the Air Jordan 10, and the “FIBA” Air Jordan 4 in celebration of the FIBA World Cup basketball tournament.
What’s expected to be the most hyped release of this month will be Travis Scott’s latest Air Jordan 6 collab that he debuted on-stage during his performance at the NFL Super Bowl half-time show back in February. The pair will reportedly arrive on Sept. 14.
In addition, fans are treated to a handful of new releases including the Air Jordan 3 “Knicks,” Air Jordan 12 “Game Royal,” and the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “First Class Flight.”
Read on for all of this month’s Air Jordan release dates you need to know about below.
The deadly black mamba snake has a long history in the world of sneakers. Before it became associated with Kobe Bryant, it served as the design inspiration for the Air Jordan 19 in 2004. The shoe’s sleek and unique serpentine aesthetic made it one of the most popular signature Jordan models of the mid-00’s. Now the snake-inspired signature sneaker is set for a re-release 15 years after it originally dropped, as it’s returning to market in April 2019. Set to arrive in a classic black/gold colorway, the shoe will likely feature a black patent leather toebox, large tonal black mesh lace cover, and regal gold detailing on the heel collar and outsole. We’ve got a ways yet to wait until this cult-classic Jordan returns, but until then you can stay up to date on all things Jordan with our Jordan Release Dates page.
Serving as the first shoe that released after Michael Jordan’s playing career was over, the Jordan Brand is set to release a retro version of the Air Jordan 19 “Flint” colorway during January of next year. With MJ no longer on the court to spell the mystique around the footwear, the heralded brand looked to superstars the likes of up-and-coming Carmelo Anthony and league veterans like Gary Payton, Jason Kidd, and Ray Allen to carry the torch. Melo himself favored this particular colorway numerous times during the 2004 season as a member of the Denver Nuggets, and given the special MELO call-out on the insoles, these may be a tribute to the long-time brand representative. Inspired by the sport of fencing, the Air Jordan 19 boast an unmistakable shroud, meant to resemble a fencer’s mask, that comes adorned in Tech Flex technology, garnering the wearer incredible lockdown and flexibility. Coated in Flint Grey, it is undoubtedly this particular iteration’s focal point, while it also comes supported by flashes of Chrome on its Jumpman branding and “23” hits right atop its aforementioned shroud. Angelic white patent leather takes up most of the room on this upcoming drop, with a small coating of red taking shape on its Roman numerals mark underneath its tongue. Enjoy and official look at this flint-colored Air Jordan 19 below and expect pairs to touch down at retailers on January 5th with a higher-than-usual MSRP of $225 USD.
The Air Jordan XVI, originally releasing in 2001, is making yet another Retro comeback next week. With direct reference to the Air Jordans of the past (Air Jordan 5, 6, and 11 in the translucent sole, Air Jordan 11 in the patent leather toe-box), the Air Jordan XVI was designed by Wilson Smith – the first non-Tinker Air Jordan since the III. What’s famous about the XVI is the removable gaiter, which gave the Air Jordan a modular appeal. This upcoming release is called the Air Jordan 16 “CEO”, highlighting MJ’s current role with the Charlotte Hornets. While this release maintains a predominantly black upper, strong hints of the Hornets can be seen in the teal and purple detailing as well as the iridescent treatments on the patent leather toe and the midsole. Like previous Air Jordan XVI releases in collaboration with Trophy Room and SoleFly, the Air Jordan 16 “CEO” will be produced in limited quantity; only 2,300 pairs of the CEO will be made available to the public.
After Michael Jordan retired from basketball, he aspired to dominate the game once more from a vantage point outside the lines. This Air Jordan 16 Retro is a direct nod to MJ’s current seat as the CEO and majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets NBA franchise, with signature teal and purple Hornets-themed details, attractive iridescent treatments on the toe-box and midsole, and a black suede/patent leather toe upper completing the team-based aesthetic. The removable shroud, a signature detail of the Air Jordan XVI, reveals a black suede interior. The Air Jordan 16 Retro “CEO” is set for an official release on October 20th and will be limited to 2,300 individually numbered pairs via the unique tag on the inner tongue.
Fashion house Comme des Garçons have teamed up with Nike once again, dropping a Nike Air Pegasus 83 out of nowhere. In the label’s usual color scheme for Nike collabs, the vintage Nike runner features an all-black upper with contrasting “CDG” branding on the heel for a clean and stylish look. So far we’ve only seen the collab show up at Dover Street Market for an apparent in-store only release, so stay tuned because we’ll let you know if they show up any where else.
Nike Sportswear makes over the classic Nike Air Pegasus ’83 for a techy new model built to withstand wet weather. The Air Pegasus A/T Pinnacle features an ACG-inspired construction and color palette, built with a nylon and synthetic upper reinforced with an waterproof lining and fast-lacing zip-cord system up top, while a rugged tread on the rubber outsole keeps you from slipping in any circumstance. The Pegasus A/T debuts this fall in a bright purple, teal, grey, and red color combination, and is available now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like St. Alfred.
Above you will find Nike’s newest lifestyle model dubbed the Nike City Loop. This latest Swoosh offering comes with a cozy tech fleece upper that makes it a viable option for the Fall season. The design of the shoe includes a slip-on upper along with a mudguard that appears to be influenced by the Nike Air Huarache Light. Adding to the aesthetics of the shoe are the bold rope laces and the vertical Nike branding on the tongue. Said to be a women’s exclusive model, look for the Nike City Loop to make its debut later on this upcoming Fall season. Ladies, is this a sneaker worthy of cracking your sneaker rotation?
More Tech Fleece sneakers are on the way this Fall 2017 season with the introduction of a new Nike Sportswear silhouette known as the Nike City Loop. The pair definitely has some Huarache DNA in it thanks to a slip-on upper and a mudguard that closely resembles what you’d find in the Nike Air Huarache Light. Bold rope laces add to the cozy offering while simply branded ‘Nike’ tongue tabs stand out. Check out more detailed shots below and we’ll keep you updated on this potential women’s exclusive model in the future.
Like a referee’s whistle, it’s official. This Black colorway of the atmos x Nike Air Max2 Light will be releasing this Summer as Hirofumi Kojima of atmos confirms the arrival of this upcoming release.
Just like the first colorway of the atmos x Nike Air Max2 Light, this pair also sports a patchwork combination of bright colors placed on the branding hits for a retro vibe all placed under the translucent PVC, while a white midsole and multicolor outsole tops it all off. The only difference (and it’s a big one) is that this pair comes dressed in a Black base, whereas the base of the first once was made up of the actual patchwork.
No release date for the atmos x Nike Air Max2 Light Black has been announced but expect one to be revealed shortly. Look for it to drop sometime this Summer for $160.
The Nike Air Max Axis is a newer silhouette that debuted in 2018 paying homage to ’90s runners like the Air Max 97 and Air Max 98.
This iteration comes dressed in the popular “Sunset” color scheme. It features a Black-based upper highlighted with a mix of Volt and Total Orange accents throughout. A solid White rubber sole completes the design.
Check out the official photos below, and you can now find this Air Max Axis Premium available directly on Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $95 USD.
The Nike Air Max Axis Premium is back to welcome the new year, and it’s previewed in a new colorway of Black/Racer Blue. Its design pay homage to classics like the Air Max 97 and Air Max 98, with the addition of a Max Air unit in the heel. The sneaker’s breathable mesh upper is colored in black, while synthetic overlays wrapping the base is covered in a shiny racer blue hue. The same shiny element is seen on the tongues, followed by a black rubber sole to complete the design.
Retailing for $95, look for the Nike Air Max Axis Premium Black Racer Blue at select Nike stores and online soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.