nce again we’re playing the ‘to cop, or not to cop?’ game with a pair of college football-themed kicks.
This time Nike has released an awesome new forest green Oregon Ducks model colorway of their React Element 55 Uk shoes in the footwear giant’s latest attempt to pull your hard-earned cash away from you by tugging at your fandom with these college football team-inspired kicks.
According to the store, the Wholesale Adidas ZX 9000 “Meadow Violet” collab incorporates colors from the common meadow violet (Viola sororia), which is the official state flower of New Jersey. The shoe features a combination of premium suede, nubuck, and mesh that’s dressed in beige with subtle hints of purple throughout to tell the story of how the meadow violet continues to sprout even in the harshest of environments.
The Packer Shoes x Adidas Consortium ZX 9000 “Meadow Violet” will be available in limited quantities tomorrow at 12 p.m. exclusiv
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The shoes feature a dark, forest green color base that is paired with yellow and sage color accents that make up the color scheme. “Oregon” is displayed prominently on top of the tongue and the insoles inside the shoe feature the iconic Oregon Ducks “O” that you’ll see each time you slip your paws into them.
Packer Shoe’s latest collaboration with Adidas Consortium will pay homage to its re-location from Yonkers, New York to New Jersey in 2003 with a special ZX 9000 inspired by the Garden State.
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The Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 is being released in a new “Teal Blue” colorway for fall, according to Yeezy Mafia.
While official imagery and details on the style have yet to drop, the popular Twitter account has leaked purported photos. The silhouette is designed with a medium gray base and darker overlays. The toe box is dark teal, and the bottom outsole is made of tan rubber gum. Neon orange lacing provides a contrast of colors.
ike many other Yeezy styles, the sneaker features Boost cushioning, which is widely regarded as one of Adidas’ most comfortable construction models.
The Yeezy Boost 700 is one of Kanye West’s best-selling styles with a retro-inspired look that complements the popular dad shoes. The shoe’s original colorway, “Wave Runner,” is reportedly getting rereleased in August in full family sizing. The drop will be the fourth of the rapper-designer’s “Wave Runner” silhouette.
Having a similar style as the Yeezy Boost 750, we now take time to compare both models to see what you guys think which was the better release.
Shown here are both Black colorways of the Yeezy Boost 750 and Nike Air Fear of God 1. While the 750s come with Boost cushioning, the Air FOG 1s are equipped with a large visible Zoom Air bag in the heel. Both include zipper placements with the 750s using it on the side panel and the Air FOG 1s on the back heels.
Comparing both pairs, which would you guys say was the better release? Cast your vote below.
As any true ’90s baby will tell you, there was nothing quite like a homemade summertime soundtrack before the era of endless streaming service playlists, so Nike is nodding to those DIY days of yore with a brand-new Air Max 2007 “Mixtape.” White mesh, grey leathers, and yellow branded accents are combined to provide a summer-ready palette here, and special details aplenty are then scattered throughout. “Side A” appears on the tongue of each sneaker, and if you look below the yellow and grey flecked laces, you’ll see that “33 1/3” RPM is printed farther down the throat for a nod to the speed at which a vinyl record plays. The shoe’s style code, color scheme, and manufacturing info are then dispersed across the throat as well. Although this alone is sure to delight AM90 fans and old-school music lovers, there’s even more inspiring interpolation present on the translucent outsole, which presents a hand-scrawled “track list” of eight colorways — OG Infrared, King Of The Mountain, Anniversary Cork, Moon Landing, Lemon Frost, Untold Truth, OG Ostrich, and BRS Powerwall — to ramp up the nostalgia even further. Stitched detailing by the heel and a luxe cork insole then complete the look. You can expect this “mixtape” to drop on June 20th for $170 USD, so throw on your favorite tunes and get a detailed look at these Nike shoes directly below while you wait.
It seems that early assumptions on the release date of the Air Max Tailwind 92 Retro were wrong, they are not dropping Spring 2009, they are actually starting to hit stores now. Proper in Long Beach California just sent out a notice that the sneaker is now available in their store. This highly anticipated retro of the Tailwind is being made available for the first time since its was originally release in 92. The lead colorway is the classic white, crimson and tour yellow and a white, purple, and orange colorway is also expected soon. For those wondering, yes, they will hit nikestore.com soon.
A bunch of new Nike Air Max Tailwind 92s popped up on retail shelves early in 2009. We expected a large year for this retro runner but haven’t seen much of it past the early spring. A new colourway pictured above is a sample whose colour name is a perfect description of the look of the shoe. A ‘Scuba’ shade of blue is joined by a brighter blue on the toe plus a variety of white fabrics for a light and springy look. These will release in the not too distant future but you can already cop US mens size 9. Grab this hot sample from verbdws on eBay.
Inarguably one of the most beloved Air Jordan 22 colorways of all time, the AJ13 “Flint” last released in 2010, but now it’s set to return to market once again with a true-to-the-original release a full decade later in 2020. With a color scheme that blends rich navy, stately grey, and sporty white, the “Flint” melds lifestyle-ready looks and court-ready performance in an overwhelmingly appealing fashion that few other Air Jordans can lay claim to. The signature pockmarked midfoot overlay and cat’s-eye badge on the heel collar give it its most iconic flourishes, and in a twist that’s sure to delight OG Jordan Brand lovers, the upper will indeed feature high-vis reflective detailing — a beloved original accent that was noticeably absent on the otherwise flawless 2010 retro. This will mark the fourth “Flint” iteration, as after its 1998 debut, it released in 2005 and again in 2010 (as mentioned above), and if the last re-worked pairs were any indication, it’s sure to be wildly popular once again. Refresh your memory with a look at the 2005 pair below, expect a release in spring/summer 2020 for $190 USD and keep it locked right here for more info as it’s available. UPDATE: The Air Jordan 12 “Flint” is set to be a part of the “Truest to the OG” collection with a rumored release date of May 2nd.
Eddie Cruz and James Bond’s UNDEFEATED has created some of the most memorable Nike Air Max 2020 Brand collaborations of all time,There’s an airy mix of platinum and sail tones, a sure-to-be-vivid combo of black, anthracite, and rush pink, and a blue/grey/purple pair that may very well give off heavy retro vibes. An arrival date of spring Air Max 2020 has been reported for this trifecta of new Nike shoes, so stay tuned for more info as it becomes available. While you wait, be sure to check out UNDEFEATED’s upcoming Nike Kobe 4 Protro in Bucks colors as well. UPDATE: The UNDEFEATED x Nike Air Max 90s released via Nike SNKRS Pass on September 17th, 2019. A wider release date has not yet been confirmed, and now the West Coast-based footwear masterminds and the Swoosh Brand are cookin’ up once again, as they’ve got a three-pack of fresh takes on the Nike Air Max 90 en route. Although official images of the collaboration have not yet been revealed (the photos both above and below are mock-ups), it appears as if each pair will head in a drastically different direction with its palette.
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.
Previewed by Tinker Hatfield at the unveil of the Air Jordan XXX back in January, release information for the “Cosmos” colorway is finally coming in. The celestial patterned edition of the 30th Air Jordan reminiscent of the famous “Galaxy” Nike Air Foamposite will apparently be dropping during this year’s Quai 54 streetball tournament in Paris.
It’s only the pre-season and Jordan Brand is already breaking out rare samples of their latest and greatest Air Jordan 31. Russell Westbrook will be a major storyline throughout this NBA season with the explosive point guard taking over the reins of the Oklahoma City Thunder after Kevin Durant bolted for Golden State. While Russ will most likely be a triple double machine and a top MVP candidate throughout the regular season, he’s making noise in games that don’t even count by debuting what could be an Air Jordan 30 and Air Jordan 31 hybrid. For now, we’ll just call this pair the Air Jordan 30.5 hybrid model.\ The Air Jordan 30.5 utilizes the Flyweave upper of the Air Jordan 31, one that was inspired heavily by Mike’s first signature silhouette complete with both Jumpman and Nike Swoosh branding on the woven panels. The vibrant orange to white gradient gets even more interesting by the midsole and outsole unit, as the FlightPlate (or FlightSpeed as it was called on the Air Jordan 30) returns with its patented Zoom cushioning system. What do you think of this rare Air Jordan 30.5 PE? Check out more photos below and expect more to come from this unique hybrid in the coming weeks.
There’s no word yet if the Quai 54 edition will be any different than the version previewed by Tinker (I.E. Quai 54 logos or alternate color schemes), but you can put their July 9th release date on your radar and stay tuned for further details. If you want to cop early, check out this pair on eBay. Update: The Air Jordan XXX “Cosmos” for Quai 54 released on June 25th at Jordan South State St. in Chicago. The released colorway is different from what is pictured here.
The Nike Air Zoom Generation is returning this month in one of the most hallowed PE colorways in the annals of LeBron James. The green and gold pairing is a nod to Saint Vincent-Saint Mary aka SVSM, LeBron’s alma mater before taking off on perhaps the best NBA career in history. Sneaker info source Soleheatonfeet notes a May 26th release for the Air Zoom Generation “SVSM”, a shoe that LeBron himself wore earlier this year – just one of several shoes the King himself mercilessly flexed on the rest of the world. Just how limited this drop will be remains to be seen, but there’s no questioning that the demand for this sought-after PE is high.
Just yesterday, we brought you word that a Nike Air Zoom Generation in an “SVSM” colorway would be releasing at the end of this month. Serving as another nod to LeBron’s Saint Vincent-Saint Mary basketball team, it utilizes a Metallic Gold and Deep Forest color scheme. Earlier this year, the King flaunted a PE version of this sneaker to the world and it quickly became one of the most talked-about exclusives seen on James’ feet in recent memory. A release date of May 26th is being reported, but Stadium Goods currently has a size 13 in stock for $800 USD if you cannot wait.For those eager to get their hands on an Irish-colored LBJ sneaker can head over to Nike.com right now to pick up a pair of Soldier 12s in a matching colorway while you wait for this LeBron retro to drop.
After taking a brief hiatus, Nike’s classic Air Skylon 2 is back and ready for summer with a brand-new tropical colorway that features bold gradients. The upper blends bold-yet-refreshing volt yellows, neon greens, and cool water-esque blues into a gradual gradient fade that runs the entire length of the shoe. Meanwhile, sail-colored nubuck overlays and a hot orange leather midfoot Swoosh provide accents.
With ACG returning to its roots and many mainline models rising from the ashes of the archival vault, Beaverton is pushing overwhelming nostalgia in 2019 with yet another Air Skylon 2 release receiving a colorful array of retro aesthetics. Primarily constructed of matte black suedes and textural mesh unders, the tooling leans deep within neutrals save for its whimsical city-inspired motifs, boasting bright hues of pink and yellow throughout in a styling remiscent of neon lights. The profile breathes a gradient of both combative tones in unison with the various typography plays that scream metropolis in their aggressive stroke. Iconography along the tongue follow suit in the loud executions with the heel counter embroidery opting instead for neutral hits. Grab an official look below and keep it locked in as these hit select retailers and Nike.com soon.
Retro Skylon branding then appears on the lateral heel for a bold pop of original style. A white midsole and multi-colored outsole complete the look. A perfect pair of Nike shoes for any and all summertime festivities, these vibrant Skylon 2s will release on Nike.com and at select Swoosh Brand stockists in the coming weeks for a reasonable $110 USD. Enjoy a complete gallery of official images directly below while you wait, and stay tuned for more info on a specific date of arrival as it’s available.