It appears the Air Jordan 8 Discount will be joining this year’s Nike N7 Collection, the brand’s initiative that helps benefit Native American and Aboriginal communities in the United States and Canada.
The upcoming “Island Green” Air Jordan 13 will be arriving with some similar company in the form of a brand new Air Jordan 5.
Also nicknamed “Island Green,” this Air Jordan 5 takes a different approach to the animal pattern seen on its Jordan 13 counterpart. Rather than croc print, the white upper of this Jordan 5 is printed in a subtle tonal leopard pattern—a possible tie-in to the “Snow Leopard” Air Jordan 34 previewed by the brand last month. Additional details on the new Jordan 5 include Island Green accents on the tongue, eyelets, side panel netting, and outsole. Black fills in the midsole, liner, and laces, while speckled metallic silver covers the midsole’s flame pattern.
It’s worth noting that this “Island Green” Wholesale Air Jordan 5 is expected to see a price increase to $225, which could be an indicator of a premium tag. As of now, this pair is expected to arrive on Monday, Nov. 11.
According to @zsneakerheadz on Instagram, the Jordan 8 is rumored to arrive in November. While official images have yet to surface, the account provided a mockup photo of what to expect. The model will opt for a predominately grey upper, with Pendleton wool found on the heel counter.
An official release date has yet to be announced by Jordan Brand, but the Air Jordan 8 Retro “N7″ is expected to launch on Nov. 7 for $200. Stick with Sole Collector for updates.
With all of the success that Boost has brought adidas Running and adidas Originals, the brand’s basketball imprint is still leagues behind the juggernaut that is Cheap Nike Basketball Shoes China. It’s not too hard to see why with the Swoosh’s signature athletes ranging from LeBron, KD, Kyrie, and Paul George. But that might all change soon thanks to the upcoming adidas Crazy Explosive 17, a shoe that we’re excited to see both on and off the court thanks to a sleek woven Primeknit upper, full-length Boost cushioning with a sleek TPU overlay, and a sock-like ankle collar that rivals last year Hyperdunk 2017 Elite. Today we get a look at an all-white option and a Lakers-themed grey and yellow option that we’re sure to see on-feet of Brandon Ingram during his sophomore campaign. What do you think of the Crazy Explosive 17 Primeknit? Check out more detailed shots below and stay tuned for what could be one of the best performance basketball models of next year.
Featuring the midsole from esteemed Nike collaborator Riccardo Tisci‘s Air Zoom Legend and serving as part of the Swoosh Brand’s “The 10th” collection alongside silhouettes like the React Ianga and React Sertu, the Nike Zoom Wholesale Moc is a compelling piece of conceptual casual footwear, and it’s now appeared in a bold new colorway. Part Phoenix Suns and part Nike ACG in its styling, the upper splits its two-piece base between stark black and rich purple. Accents are then provided by hot orange laces and cool touches of pink on the eyestays, tongue shroud, and heel. “The 10th” is stamped on the insole, while down below the midsole tapers off in compelling fashion, moving from a thicc and chunky heel equipped with Zoom Air to a sleek and sporty forefoot. An aggressive traction pattern on the outsole completes the look and ensures all-weather performance. Although a release date for these Nike shoes has not yet been announced, you can expect ’em to debut on Nike.com in the coming weeks for $140 USD, so enjoy a full set of official images directly below in the meantime.
After making an unexpected arrival as a Dover Street Market exclusive, the bold Air Jordan 8 Cheap Fake “Multi-Color” is now set to see a significantly wider retail release later this September. These special-edition Air Jordans start with a simple white leather, tan suede, and black synthetic base. However, the volume is quickly cranked to the max on their signature criss-crossing midfoot straps, which are constructed of a translucent plastic and alternate between a bright reddish pink with a debossed 23 hit on the lateral side/a cool blue on the medial side. Both are secured by completely clear hooks.
Slowly trickling out teases to their second-ever Nike collaboration, internet group The Basement, with their quite massive UK-based following, continues to unveil more and more on their three upcoming colorways which have only just now showed up all together. An absolute classic if there ever was one, the Air Max 90 Wholesale Uk, whose Tinker Hatfield design has only elevated its cultural relevance, has since become a mainstay within the creative culture of Europe and is now being celebrated through make-ups inspired by three of the most prominent cities: Glasgow, Manchester, and London. The collective, with a Facebook group of massive numbers and filled to the the brim with fervent applause of the collaboration itself, has taken three distinct takes with some shown just subtly through their own Instagram. With its bright orange accents, the Glasgow, is a make-up inspired by construction itself with hi-vis traffic cones covering its insole print while darker grays add a more cement connection across much of its upper. Much darker by comparison, the Manchester, is almost entirely neutral in its swathe of full black reflective topped with the Jewel swoosh so coveted by many and Cordura fabrics notable thanks to its works with Supreme’s many accessories. Tinted lighter with hits of Wolf Grey, the London is somewhat more adventurous with removable swooshes further playing on inventive branding; darker detailing sparingly contrast with insoles finished off by all-over graphics referencing online anonymity.Those aren’t the only whimsical embellishments present here, however: blue and yellow swatches sit under each strap’s open area, while more translucent detailing is provided by the heel overlays, dressed in yellow and reddish-pink. All three colors are brought together one final time on the chenelle tongue badge, and a black outsole with abstract multi-color detailing completes the look. Of course, all these extra tweaks come with an enhanced price tag — in this case, $225 USD. If you missed out on the Dover drop and are looking to secure a pair, you’ll be able to do so on September 18th, so check a store list below to see what retailers will have stock.
During a quick hooping session with some pals, President Barack Obama got hit with an accidental elbow in the lip, an injury that required twelve stitches. During the ballin’ session, Obama was wearing the Nike Air Max Elite II TB, one of the trio of the Nike Basketball Elite series that included the Huarache Elite and Shox Elite. Ba”Rock” has been known to be an avid basketball player and fan of the game, as he’s attended a few NBA games while being a player on his high-school basketball team in Hawaii. Take another look at the presidential basketball kicks after the jump and let us know if you could take President Obama in a game of 1-on-1! via CNN/ABC.
Matthew M. Williams, known most for his founding of technical imprint ALYX and popularization of the Cobra Buckle belt, is set to debut his Nike silhouettes after quite a positive response to his many apparel make-ups. Breathing in the same ethos from his revered mainline, the forthcoming Nike Free TR 3 SP is armoring up with an imposing portable Vibram sole unit, customized from the less substantial Arctic Grip editions.
Teased so vehemently by the designer himself and fanning onlookers, the next edition of the MMW x Nike collection takes up seat along four different Free TR 3 SPs: two of each made specially for one gender. Keeping intact that Alyx ethos, Matthew M. Williams extends this sense of modularity and technical craft, following in the path paved by the capsule released just prior. The relationship between interior and exterior are at the centerfold here as the women’s pair boasts translucent paneling that softly poke through into the inners. Laces are then completely thrown out for a sock-like construction with the ankle further referencing that time-enduring accessory. Men’s variants are in heavy departure, opting for a trail-ready speed lacing system alongside a medial zipper, though the one connecting feature is quite obviously the removable Vibram armament, a multi-functional motif that has been seen many a time along the label’s mainline endeavors. If you’re interesting in grabbing either pair for yourself or close loved ones, expect them to drop in two installments. The first of which is set to take place much sooner on June 8th at the Virgil Abloh collaborated NikeLab Chicago Re-Creation Center. A global will then take place at select retailers and surely Nike.com at the end of the month come June 27th. Adding an especially needed bulk to its overall profile, the sock-like runner boasts absolutely no lace unit with translucent panels along the entire side view loosely harking back to the coveted CDG Dunk. Medials arrive with emblazoned with enlarged swooshes as well as small futuristic denotations along the foxing, poking out from right above the modular piece. Grab a detailed look at the pair below and expect both black and white colorways to arrive at select retailers and Nike.com in the near future.
2019 marks two decades of Nike’s Air Max Tailwind IV and 20 years since world-renowned retailer Sneakersnstuff first opened their doors in Stockholm, Sweden back in 1999, so retailer and brand have teamed up to release an exclusive Tailwind IV in celebration of their shared anniversary. Inspired by an unreleased prototype colorway of the original Nike Tailwind ’79 OG, the collaboration nods to both the Tailwind line’s genesis in ’79 and the uncertainty of the impending new millenium that was present worldwide in ’99. The upper kicks things off with a white mesh base that’s overlaid with chilly blue suedes and synthetics, while a polarizing pop of style is present thanks to bright yellow hues on the throat/collar and a bronzed leather sockliner. This jarring-yet-artful mash of shades is all brought together by a black midsole with grey Air Max cushioning units.
Halfway between many a branching path of design, the Nike Air Max Tailwind IV takes some wild materials and colors for a spin this time around, taking a small and likely quick vacation from its many neutrals and OG schemes. What ensues is batch of statement elements with the base layers of black ballistic mesh being the one true neutral among the set. Silvers, overlaid right on top, bear a metallic finish of a robot far away in the distant future while additional orange accents mix in aesthetics of mountaineering in their rope styling and toggle fastener. Mint greens, which scattered across the piping and unders of the upper, are the most standout along the sole, reminding many of the glow-in-the-dark finishes found on iconic models like the Yeezy 2 or even the upcoming Air Jordan 6 Travis Scott. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com soon. The look is then capped off by a special hand-scrawled inscription on the left tongue that directly salutes 20 years of sneaker and sneaker store. These special Nike shoes will release exclusively at SNS on September 18th for $160 USD, with a run that’s limited to a mere 1,999 pairs. Raffles are open now, so enjoy a look right here and hit the link below to get your entry in.
The Three Stripes continues to add to its list of things to do, revealing more and more details of their heavily speculated adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3. As the debuting third iteration to the momentous series, the package kicks off with one of overall simplicity, utilizing the grey schemes common among the line-up. Upper’s retain the sock-like constructions with weave arriving much more tightly wound; patterning across their face adds palette divergence through various contrast print, opening up near its lace lock with open perforations. Soles, though still substantial, seem to be much more sleek this go around offering a smooth profile in departure from the v2’s ribbing.
Kanye West‘s legions of adoring fans have been waiting for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3 for over three years, and after West himself debuted the design when he stepped out in a pair this July, we now have our best look yet at the newest adidas Yeezy creation. Arriving in both a bold black and a stark white that’s garnered an “Alien” nickname, the fresh silhouette manages to retain the line’s signature ethos while adding a vast amount of new detailing and styling as well. Although both uppers still feature a full Primeknit construction, they’re much more pared-down, replacing the structured collar of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 with a more sock-like iteration that’ll grip the ankle, and adding sizeable midfoot holes above a wide translucent stripe for ventilation. There’s a new print to be had on both colorways as well, one that’s almost digi camo-esque in its abstract stylings, while a single stitch runs the full length of the toebox and throat, coming to a head at the collar. Although the uppers do indeed present a fresh new look, the midsole is unquestionably the most different piece, as every inch of it has been re-worked. Gone are the ridged details from the past two Yeezy 350 models, replaced instead by a smooth semi-translucent shell that’s more basketball-inspired. The outsole also opts for a traditional herringbone traction pattern, and is cut out both in the heel and the forefoot to show the Boost cushioning and offer extra flexibility. Both colorways are set to arrive in December, and will come with a slightly increased price point of $230 USD. Check out on-foot shots of both below, let us know what you think of the new design, and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for info and updates on an exact date of arrival as they’re available. Grab another look right here on Kanye himself and find them set to retail for $230 USD at a later date.
The Nike Air Max Flyknit has been a solid go-to for anyone who wanted to test out Nike’s Flyknit technology but usually stays rooted in the Swoosh’s patented Air Max technology and favors the 360-degree visible air bubble. The Nike Air Max Flyknit combined both for a head-turning new installment that’s lightweight but full of comfort. Today we get a look at a brand new Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color rendition that pairs accents of Medium Blue and Team Red for a purplish tint perfect for any occasion.
Is it the Nike Air Max Flyknit? That’s the name that the shoe’s currently got on Nike’s release calendar, but unfortunately it’s not as simple as that. When the shoe was originally revealed it was being billed as the Nike Flyknit Air Max. On top of that, if you take a look at the box tag you’ll notice that the shoes are billed as the Nike Flyknit Max there. Continue reading for more images of this new blue/orange/red pair of the Nike Air Max Flyknit (We’re going with that title for the time being) and tell us what you think in the comments.The Nike Air Max Flyknit Multi Color benefits from a fully translucent midsole unit while an icy outsole adds a clean finish. Simple white branding and black laces allow for the random shades of Flyknit throughout to stand out. International retailer Titolo already has this pair in stock but be on the lookout for this Nike Air Max Flyknit “Multi-Color” to arrive on Nike.com in the near future.
Nike’s Air Footscape line is getting two new editions this month, by way of the Air Footscape Mid Utility. Sporting an exaggerated sock-like ankle collar, and the customary durable motion sole unit – with some slight upgrades – it is ready to help the wearer hike any path or climb any trail. Obviously built with utility in mind – like the name suggests – one iteration sports contour lines on its uppers with coordinates that point to the Watarium Museum right outside of Tokyo.
The Nike Air Footscape has been enjoying a bit of a resurgence lately, dropping in both the standard low-top and the mid-top Woven chukka silhouette in multiple colorways throughout the summer and fall. Now the Air Footscape Woven NM arrives in a look perfect for the fall season ahead, featuring an earthy blend of Sequoia green with light brown and sail threading for the signature basket weave paneling. The shoe also gets updated with a subtly patterned nylon upper with just a touch of leather for the heel tab. The “Sequoia” Air Footscape Woven NM is arriving now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Sneaker Politics.
Meanwhile, the other version has a durable quilted upper that should provide its wearer with additional warmth. Original Footscape typeface can be found across the toe of both selections, adding a touch of nostalgia to this release. Set your sights on a March 8th drop date, and expect pairs to arrive both in the States and in Japan.
Crafted with a sock-like design that comes in a Bright Blue mesh upper highlighted with Neon, Purple and Peach accents. Black detailing adds for a nice contrast while sitting atop a clean White sole.
Nike’s newest lifestyle-engineered sneaker – the Vortak – uses some clear design cues from its deeply expansive catalogue. Starting with its sock-like upper, it is somewhat reminiscent of the T-shirt for your feet Sock Dart or the Presto. Its rugged outsole – while not identical – is similar to some of the brand’s ACG offerings the likes of the Pocketknife. This particular pair has a loud color scheme that comes primarily adorned in Lagoon Pulse with hits of Volt for contrast and white on its unconventional no-tie lacing system. Pairs are currently available at select Nike retailers like Rock City Kicks for $85 USD.
Perfect for enjoying the warmer months, you can now find this Nike Vortak Lagoon Pulse colorway available at select retailers like Rock City Kicks. The retail price tag is set at $85 USD.