Category Archives: Sneakers
Check out the video for a fresh track the Cool Kids put together for Nike and Foot Locker. It features Amar’e Stoudemire, DeSean Jackson and Chris Bosh, as well as some of the latest Nike Air Max shoes available at Foot Locker.
Over the weekend, we received our first look at the upcoming “Electric Green” Foamposite One. Not to be confused with the recently released Foamposite Pro of the same nickname, this pair is black-based with electric green detailing on the tongue, heel, forefoot and outsole.
Upon seeing the first set of photos, some readers reacted by saying that this release is what they were hoping for with 2007′s “Cactus” colorway. Will you be adding these to your Foamposite lineup when they release? Read the rest of this entry
As cool now as it was when it first arrived, Nike’s Air Max Penny 1 sees a re-issue for 2011 as the shoe returns in its original Orlando Magic colorway. Although probably not as popular as the Air Penny II or Foamposite, the shoes still retain that distinct nostalgic value associated with Anfernee Hardaway’s signature line, especially amongst the OG sneakerheads. Priced at $125 USD, this new retro will see a release on March 11 through select Nike retail accounts, including Nice Kicks.
After having presented the first colorway the other day, we take a look today at the Nike Blazer Mid “Foamposite” Metallic Gold/Black version of the sneaker. As a contrast to the metallic gold faux-Foamposite look, Nike uses premium nubuck leather on the midfoot, tongue, Swoosh and heel tab. The sneakers are now available from Nicekicks.
Take a more detailed look at the sneakers after the jump.
Nike has just released a new version of the All Court Mid Canvas TZ. Notably absent from the style is Nike’s signature swoosh, resulting in a very clean design on the upper. Made from canvas, the sneaker also features a smooth, vulcanized sole, waxed laces and a contrasting toe bumper. Available in either all-white with a black toe bumper or, conversely, all-black with a white toe bumper, the All Court Mid should arrive at select retailers March 1.
(Via) Nice Kicks
The Nike “Foamposite” Blazer caused a bit of a stir last year when several colors made their way online without much of retail follow through. This time around the shoe already in store, with an Ink upper and black accents that work to accentuate the matte look of the sneaker. Now available at Nice Kicks and Shop.NiceKicks.com. Read the rest of this entry
Nike brings back another diamond classic as we see the return of its Air Max NM for Spring 2011.
It’s a Special Forces boot, in new colors for the Holidays… The popular Rhyolite hiker has been updated with Nike’s Special Forces sole, which incorporates kick-door ruggedness with a Free-like midsole for instep flexibility. And now under the ACG umbrella, the Rhyolite gets a style boost too, with an upper in black or toffee leather. At this point, some people might be ready for any boot that isn’t a Euro-inspired hiker, and for them, this is the anti-Diemme. Nike makes a point to ship SFB boots to APO/FPO addresses, so some of them may see combat. The ACG Rhyolite SFB is available now at Bodega.
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