Monday, February 23, 2015

THE LATEST NIKE AIR MAX 1 CITY COLLECTION GOES FLORAL



You’ve never seen Floral done quite like this. Nike Sportswear’s latest Nike Air Max 1 “City Floral” Collection will be available stateside on April 11th, 2015. Inspired by the fashion capitols of New York City, Tokyo, Pairs, London, Milan, and Shanghai, each of Tinker Hatfield’s 1987 classics feature a pairing of two flower prints joining together in an effort to define each city. New York gets a noire-ish black and white palette, Paris sees an Aunt Pearl-like pink and blue spring motif, Tokyo is represented by cherry blossoms and roses in a fitting royal blue, and so on. Check out a better view of the latest Nike WMNS Air Max 1 collection after the break and be on the lookout for each of these pairs to arrive at select stateside Nike Sportswear retailers starting April 11th (the six Air Max 1s will be available internationally on March 8th for International Women’s Day).

Sunday, February 22, 2015

AIR JORDAN 1 RETRO HI WMNS BLACK/FUCHSIA



Following what many a male sneaker aficionado considered to be a steal with the women’s-only Air Jordan 1 “All-Star,” the ladies get another exclusive in the vibrant Air Jordan 1 Retro Hi WMNS Black/Fuchsia. Donned in a textured black base, glowing Fuchsia coloring provides an lively offset at the midsole and wings logo. A multicolored outer finishes the look of this striking 1985 classic of which pairs are available now at Sneaker Politics.

A DETAILED LOOK AT THE SIZE? X NIKE AIR TRAINER PACK



UK retailer Size? returns with another exclusive retro atop a trio of covetable Nike training retros. Utilizing the Nike Air Trainer Huarache, Nike Air Trainer SC II Low, and Nike Air Trainer III, the pack focuses on the colder end of the color spectrum, as a rough suede and safari-styled texture falls on each of the three silhouettes. Available today exclusively from Size?, you can check out a better view of each creation after the break and be sure to let us know which look is your favorite in the comments section.

JUST DON X AIR JORDAN 1 “BHM” CHARITY AUCTIONS


n 2011, Jordan Brand teamed up with Just Don for a pristine Air Jordan 1 collaboration released exclusively through eBay, with all proceeds going to charity. In 2015, the two teamed up for a retail release of the Air Jordan 2, a sneaker release that was one of the most sought after of the month. Yesterday, Jordan Brand launched 39 auctions for the Just Don x Air Jordan 1; an all-white composition with the 2015 BHM graphics adorn the upper, with black lining and gold lace tips completing the look. The auctions for these Jordans are up now, so take a look at them directly from eBay.

Yeezy Boost Is Too Much To Handle For adidas Site.


If you weren’t able to get your hands on the adidas Yeezy Boost last week due to the limited of shoes available, we hope you had better luck this time around. The adidas Yeezy Boost released online today exclusively on adidas.com and specifically in the U.S.  Even with the hefty $350 price tag, Yeezy fans still bombarded the adidas website beginning at 12pm EST trying to scoop up a pair.

Nike Flyknit Roshe Run – Bright Crimson / Total Orange



Following an editorial perspective of the Electric Green variant, another colorway of the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run from its extensive Spring 2015 collection is highlighted, particularly in Bright Crimson.

A perfect shade for the warm season ahead, this popular lifestyle silhouette has been updated with a Flyknit upper that conforms to your foot, which offers sufficient support in a lightweight profile.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

The Nike Air Huarache “Poison Green”


Toward the end of 2014 and into the beginning of 2015, we were seeing the Nike Air Huarache bang out a colorway near weekly, it seemed. The silhouette has had a bit of a vacay, but it is back with another sick colorway. The Nike Air Huarache “Poison Green” keeps things simple and pleasant this time around,

Friday, February 20, 2015

NIKE AIR FORCE 1 MID “ROYAL”


Did you miss out on the highly coveted Air Jordan 1 “Royal” the last time it released or unwilling to pay the high resale prices of those or older editions of the Royals? Well here’s the next best thing, a Nike Air Force 1 Mid in the same legendary colorway. The strapped mid-top Air Force gets a look with unmistakable inspiration, featuring a black and royal upper in the exact same color block as the always-popular Air Jordan 1. Expect them at American Nike Sportswear retailers later this spring, or secure a pair now with a pre-order from atmos.

NIKE AIR MAX 1 “PATCH” from NikeLab




Earlier today, we saw a trio of three brand new Nike Air Max 1s headed our way in a reference to the US Marine Corps. Each featured a premium canvas construction to match the sturdy nature of various military garb, but now NikeLab has given us an official confirmation that the trio will be apart of a Nike Air Max 1 “Patch” collective. The mysterious Instagram post showcased 22 patches, each featuring stitching nodding at different cities and dates. We aren’t too sure whether a full 22 set will come with each sneaker purchase or whether it depends on the NikeLab you found your pair at, but the military theme is exciting nonetheless. Stick around after the break for a better view and let us know if you’re feeling the latest AM1 in the comments. Be on the lookout for the first installment to arrive on February 26th.

ADIDAS YEEZY BOOST ONLINE RELEASE DATE February 21st




While many are eagerly looking forward to the global release of the adidas Yeezy Boost next weekend, it looks like the highly sought after release will be available for purchase in the US exclusively online at adidas.com at 12PM tomorrow. That’s right, Yeezy season will be hitting the net in just 24hrs. Saving you the time and energy to have to endure another cold-weather campout, will you be trying to acquire the year’s most highly anticipated drop from the comfort of your crib tomorrow? Sound off in the comments section below, and let us know if you’ll be making an attempt to cop the adidas Yeezy Boost tomorrow.