The Nike Air Max 1 is perfect for any time of year, which is why Nike continues to release new colorways what seems to be like every week. Releases for the men seem to come around very often while the ladies and kids are many times left wanting a colorway that doesn’t release in their size. Well it’s time for the table to turn with this latest “Hyper Punch” colorway.
This Air Max 1 Premium will be releasing in quickstrike fashion exclusively in Grade School sizing. This means that the ladies and kids will be able to cop, well as long as the hype doesn’t get too big which we doubt it will. Built in a hyper punch full textile upper, these Air Max 1′s are decked out with a white leather Swoosh and total orange accents on the tongue and heel branding. Down below the sneakers are finished off with a white midsole and black outsole. Look for these to release later this Fall or order them now from European retailer Titolo.
After collaborating with the likes of Alife, Bape, Colette, and Kith, Puma Shoes evoSPEED line has produced a limited edition version of the 1.3 X-Ray LE. With its entire performance build dressed in white, an intricate skeletal foot graphic is prominently featured about the micro-fiber upper. Limited to a 910-pair release, the PUMA evoSPEED 1.3 X-Ray LE is slated to arrive at select PUMA stockists today.
Another collaboration has been worked into the lineup, but this time around it’s between J.Crew and New Balance. Highlighted in the collab is the New Balance 996 model, dubbed “Faded Grey”. As the name alludes, the upper consists of faded Grey hues and also works in bursts of Teal and muted Red.
The J.Crew x New Balance 996 “Faded Grey” kicks surely won’t be around for long, so if you want to get your hands on a pair, act quick! Head over to J.Crew today to secure your pair.
Continuing its fight against breast cancer, Nike Basketball adds two more silhouettes to its growing “Kay Yow” collection. This time around, both the Hyperdunk 2014 and Run The One models find themselves clad in pink with black speckled midsoles and silver accents. With the Hyperdunk proudly wearing its inverted pink ribbon about its tongue, the brand new Run The One silo places its ribbon on its heel. Scroll down to get a better look at both kicks, and head over to your nearest House of Hoops location to pick either pair.
This seems to be “The Week of Previewing SB’s” as we have already seen a glimpse of two upcoming colorways of Nike SB Dunks that may drop in the Fall. First we had a Halloween-inspired SB Dunk Mid that featured an orange outsole and an insole with pictures of a spooky jack-o-lantern. Then we caught an early image of a potential Primitive x Nike Dunk Low collaboration in a “Yeezy” inspired colorway.
Up next we have another SB Dunk Low that contains a metallic gradient on the Swoosh. The sneaker sports a black leather upper and is anchored by a smokey translucent sole. The Swoosh has a corroded finish and flows from a golden sheen to a reddish brown. There is no current word on a release date yet but we’ll make sure to keep you updated like we always do.
A gem from Nike’s running catalog, the highly popular Nike Air Max 98 is back just in time for the Fall season with a clean “Tour Yellow” makeup. Done up in its usual mesh, synthetic leather and suede composition, the model’s white base is accented with shades of grey and navy blue, finished off with tour yellow accents and matching Air pockets. Available now at select Nike accounts, including Ohio-based Unheardof, let us know if you plan on picking these up below.
For anyone who wanted something new from New Balance, here you go. New Balance has taken time to hit up the New Balance H710 for this Fall season, giving some TLC to a model that we want to see more often. Two different renditions of the silhouette is offered, one set in Grey and the other in Blue.
Composed of suede and mesh materials, each rendition gets touched by a speckled design along the midsole, and receives the help from Teal and Orange to highlight the N logo. Look for these now at your local New Balance retailer if you’re interested, including Kith.
The latest Nike SB Dunk Low Premium looks to Beijing’s unique architecture and culture for inspiration. The upper features a dark gray color based on brick courtyards, and antique leather on the side panels imitate the ancient walls and through the sun and rain, which is the main building material alley.
The “Beijing” Nike Dunk Low is available now at top tier Nike SB doors including Jack’s Garage.
The first two colorways of the Air Jordan 29 released this past weekend headlined by the “Team Orange” colorway that contained a HUGE Jumpman logo embedded into the woven upper. Today we previewed the Jordan Brand holiday collection that featured upcoming Jordan Brand sneaker releases that consisted of a couple of retro 13′s, a retro 6, a leather woven Jordan Future and a few new colorful iterations of the Jordan 29.
Here we will take closer look at the Pink and Teal colorway of the Jordan 29 that has been dubbed the “River Walk”. The names derives from the colors that appeared on the jerseys of the 1996 NBA All-Star game that took place in San Antonio, Texas, where Michael Jordan took home the MVP award.. There is a “River Walk” in San Antonio that serves as a tourist attraction and was also the motif of the ’96 All Star Game. The shoe utilizes a mix of Teal and Pink on the woven upper with a White Jumpman on the heel and is finished off by black on the midsole, inner lining and laces.
Expect this new colorway of the Air Jordan 29 to release on October 11th at Jordan Brand retailers for $225.