With so many lifestyle renditions of the Nike Air Force 1 throughout its long and illustrious life, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the shoe was once the brand’s elite level basketball shoe. They now may be considered clunkers on the court worn by nobody but Rasheed Wallace for actually playing in, but Nike Sportswear pays homage to the iconic model’s roots with a special edition set of the Air Force 1 Low in pebbled basketball leather uppers.The low-top Air Force 1 is bouncing into retailers now in two basketball uppers, in your choice of a traditional orange leather with red accents, or a more subdued black and grey color combination. Each feature double Swooshes, logo patches on the tongues, and canvas quarter panels to complete the clean hoops-inspired looks.
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Monday, December 12, 2016
The Air Jordan 3 Wool takes the iconic 1988 silhouette to task in a new lifestyle aesthetic by ditching any traces of leather traditionalism and elephant print for a monochromatic Dark Grey wool upper perfect for the winter season.
Friday, December 9, 2016
Nike Soho is quickly making a name for itself as a destination for exclusive sneakers in New York City. The store is one of only two places in the world where the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is available, and has been the source of a couple exclusives in the short time that it's been open. The most recent pair to arrive there and only there is this cork Nike Air Max 1.
There’s no better way to cap off the 20th anniversary of the Reebok Question than with one of the iconic colorways that Allen Iverson wore on court in 1996. Since the red toe edition dropped earlier this year, it’s not time to bring back the “Blue Toe” colorway, featuring the white tumbled leather upper with metallic blue toes, just like the ones AI rocked during his Rookie of the Year season in ’96. A shoe absolutely no Iverson fan should do without, the Year of the Question closes this month with the “Blue Toes”, available now.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
The iconic adidas Stan Smith with now be receiving the popular BOOST technology covering the Stan Smith silhouette. You can expect to see several simple colorways, but it’ll be interesting to see if adidas will mix both Primeknit and Boost onto the Stan Smith. You can expect to see the adidas Stan Smith Boost make its debut early February 2017. The retail price tag is set at $120 USD.
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