Both pairs are dressed in vibrant and colorful checkerboard prints with premium suede uppers. Other details includes a foam logo stripe, exposed foam on the tongue and collar, leather heel insole patch atop a waffle rubber outsole.
Look for these Vans Vault UA Old Skool Cap LX styles to release on September 1st at select retailers. The retail price tag is set at $100 USD.
Autumn is just around the corner, just about the perfect time to check out this brand new iteration of the classic Old Skool.
The California brand brings us some fall vibes with this version. The shoe comes built with a mix of suede and canvas upper dressed in a combination of Black and Khaki colors, combined with a smart Dark Yellow Vans stripe on the side.
Grab a detailed look below, and you can find this Old Skool available at select retailers like Foot District.
Ahead of kids going trick-or-treating, Nike drops a Halloween-themed Air Max 98 exclusively for the little ones.
Dressed in a Gridiron, Black, Obsidian, and Luminous Green color scheme. This Nike Air Max 98 comes decorated with Halloween inspired detailing including bats around the side Swoosh logos and wrapping the mudguard. There is also a special graphic on its insole to complete the design.
Grab a detailed look below, and you can find this Air Max 98 ahead of Halloween at select retailers like Finish Line. The retail price tag is set at $165 USD.
Nike continues to gives us new color options of the Air Max 98, and the latest pair combines a mix Copper and Teal.
The shoe features a Phantom mesh upper paired with Copper overlays and an darken iridescent-like tone on its mudguard and upper eyelet. Finishing off the design are Teal accents, a White midsole and Black rubber outsole.
Check out the official photos below, and look for this Air Max 98 to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $160 USD.
PUMA Hoops and New York Knicks Stars of past and present, Walt Clyde Frazier, RJ Barrett, and Kevin Knox officially unveiled the Clyde Hardwood sneakers in NYC last night.
Inspired by the original PUMA Clyde sneakers that Frazier wore on the court in the 70s, and joining the brand’s iconic Clyde franchise, the Clyde Hardwood boasts an OG look paying tribute to PUMA’s rich sports heritage while designed with a lifestyle-first inspired construction. Updated to include today’s latest performance technology, the result is a perfect hybrid shoe, designed to be worn seamlessly on and off the court.
The Clyde Hardwood launch comes ahead of the start of the upcoming season and on the heels of the brand’s announcement of their latest player signee to the PUMA Hoops’ star-studded NBA roster, RJ Barrett. Players will debut the Hardwood sneakers on-court at the start of the NBA season on October 22nd.
The recent release of a Nike Air Max 90 “Viotech 2.0” caused quite a stir in the world of sneakers, as the punchy color palette that originally debuted on the Nike Dunk Low in 2002 in has been enjoying a resurgence in popularity as of late thanks to frequent sightings on the feet of one Virgil Abloh. Now, things are set to get wild once again as it’s been revealed that the AM90 will receive an original “Viotech” makeover as well. The Tinker Hatfield-designed classics have frequently served as a versatile canvas for material and colorway experimentation, so the beloved scheme takes to its new home like it’s belonged there all along. The purple that these Nike shoes draw their moniker from appears on the mudguard, while the rest of the suede upper features blue, red, orange, and teal tones. The tongue, throat, and laces then tie everything together both literally and figuratively, thanks to a stark-yet-simple grey color and a black leather tongue badge. A white/orange midsole and multi-color outsole complete the look. The model in the pictures above and below is wearing one of each “Viotech” Air Max, but fear not: this isn’t a mismatched pair, and both the left/right shoes will indeed be the same. They’re set to roll out on August 29th for $140 USD, so keep it locked here for a comprehensive store list as the date of arrival draws closer.
We gave the Liberty ISO our Best Debut nod when it released back in 2018. It was a pretty easy decision—our test team rated the shoe over 90 percent on nearly every feature from stability to comfort. What hasn’t been so easy is anxiously anticipating its sequel. Nothing stings like a poor follow-up to a classic; it doesn’t matter whether it’s from a shoe box or box office. Luckily, Saucony directs a success in the ISO 2, with full-length Everun cushioning back as the star in its leading role, and a few new surprises from the supporting extras.
The upper is now a stretchy, breathable knit instead of mesh, and uses flexible, fibrous stitching to replace the more rigid external support frame. Plus, the outsole is redesigned with lengthwise grooves that improve stability and make the shoe significantly more flexible. Testers did note that the first version felt a little too stiff on foot, and our findings from the RW Lab show that the ISO 2 is much improved—the latest model makes a huge leap from the “very stiff” range to “moderate” and even “flexible” for the men’s and women’s versions, respectively.
First times are sweet but anything new to the Jordan Brand line-up can often be much sweeter. Making its way back to center stage — after a brief hiatus since it’s last colorway — the Air Jordan 9 is back once more though with candy red patent dressing up its bottom half. Mimicking an almost dipped effect, the pair shines under the right light with its inclusion from the toe towards the rear top line separating the neutral whites that comprise the majority of the presentation. Leathers adjacent, with its various indents and segmented perforations add doubling intrigue by way of visuals with the sole unit staying blank aside from its blacked out Jumpman iconography. Grab an early look at the pair right here and be sure to keep an eye out for official images as well as its arrival at Nike.com and select retailers soon.
Michael Jordan never took the court in a pair of Air Jordan 9s as a member of the Chicago Bulls, but the AJ9 is a classic piece of Jordan Brand history nonetheless. Now, the shoe that debuted during his first retirement is set to release in a “Gym Red” colorway that’s not difficult to visualize on the United Center hardwood. These new Air Jordans utilize a crisp white leather base, then proceed to accent it with a healthy dose of red patent leather on the upper’s elongated overlays plus black accents on the eyestays, tongue, and heel tab. Branded detailing is provided by a white #23/rubberized Jordan globe logo on the heel and a text-equipped tongue tag. Down below, a high-gloss red midsole and white outsole with black Jumpman logos finalizes the look. Surprisingly enough, this is the first time that red patent has been used on the Air Jordan 9, and everyone will be able to partake in the fun, as these “Gym Reds” will release in a full family size run, ranging from men’s to toddlers. Check out a collection of images below, and look for a retail debut on October 5th.
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.
An Air Jordan 7 Ray Allen edition will be releasing to the public in summer 2019. The Hall of Famer has been a member of Jordan Brand since 1997, and in 2002, Ray Allen sported two player exclusive Air Jordan 7s with “Home” and “Away” colorways during his tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks. To celebrate his special career and 2018 Hall of Fame induction, Jordan Brand will be releasing an Air Jordan 7 Ray Allen this year. Featuring a blacked-out nubuck upper, grey and purple accents are seen on the midsole, followed by a purple Jumpman logo on the ankle and green outsole to mimic the Bucks Home theme, to top off the design.
A new grade-school exclusive Air Jordan 7 will be releasing next month. Shown above, here is a first look at the Air Jordan 7 GS Topaz Mist.
The Air Jordan 7 GS Topaz Mist is said to be a part of a pack that will also include Topaz Mist coloroways of the Air Jordan 1 Mid and Air Jordan 1 Low. The shoe comes dressed in a White, Topaz Mist, Ember Glow, and Gym Red color scheme. Design details include the White leather accented by the Light Blue and Red contrasting accents. The ankle region of the shoes is covered in a unique pattern design that helps differentiate the look and feel of this Air Jordan 7.
As of right now the Air Jordan 7 GS Topaz Mist is rumored to release on May 18th at select retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $140.
Peep this new pair of Vans UA Sk8-His from the brand’s brand new super resistant Cordura Pack. Shown above, the Vans UA Sk8-Hi comes dressed in a Black and Yellow color scheme. Making this pair unique is the construction, which is a mix of the durable CORDURA fabric complimented by the suede and textile panelling. Additional features include the
re-enforced toecaps and padded collars for support and flexibility. Out now, find this Vans UA Sk8-Hi from select retailers such as Chmielna20.
The special iteration of the Vans Sk8-Hi celebrates 25 years of the Warped Tour.
Created for the last Warped Tour taking place this year, the Warped Tour 25 Years Sk8-Hi combines the legendary lace-up high top with historic poster art from the past 25 years of shows. The sneaker comes with a sturdy canvas and suede upper, re-enforced toecaps to withstand repeated wear, padded collars for support and flexibility, and signature rubber waffle outsoles.
Out now, find the Vans Sk8-Hi Warped Tour 25 Years at select retailers and Vans.com for $70.
Another Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 will reportedly join an already stacked schedule of September Yeezy releases.
In addition to the soon-to-be-released “Inertia” Yeezy Boost 700 V2, the model is also set to receive a “Hospital Blue” makeover. According to Yeezy Mafia, this pair will cover the revamped Yeezy Boost 700 model in a mostly grey upper with blueish tones throughout. Based on the imagery provided, the colorway is similar to the previously released “Salt” Yeezy Boost 700 and “Static” Yeezy Boost 700 V2.
It’s worth noting that the leak account’s updated Yeezy release date schedule (below) differs from the one offered up by @py_rates, which shows a different looking “Hospital Blue” Yeezy Boost 700—not a V2—set to release on the same day.
Fans of Kanye West’s beloved Adidas Yeezy line are not going to want to miss this.
After rumors on Instagram that a “Hospital Blue” colorway of the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 will release this month, official images of the newest color scheme have surfaced. Seen in the images, the latest style is executed in a tonal light blue color including on the breathable mesh upper that’s paired with premium soft suede panels and heel counter along with reflective Three Stripes branding on the sides. The baby blue hue continues onto the chunky midsole that features the brand’s plush Boost cushioning material while a black outsole completes the look. Check out a better look below.