Kendrick Lamar’s Nike “House Shoes” Drop This Weekend: Where To Buy

For Kendrick Lamar’s fourth Nike sneaker collab he’ll as soon as once more be using the enduring Nike Cortez silhouette, however this time he is going for a easy, “home shoe” vibe. “House footwear have at all times been half LA tradition,” says Kendrick, in response to Nike. His intent with the Kenny IV was to retain the benefit and luxury the slipper, but in addition permit folks to nonetheless really feel smooth. “The shoe is all about having the ability to stand up and simply exit in fashion.”

The restricted version, laceless sneakers are available in a white, wolf gray, turf orange and thunder blue colorway. Additional particulars embody “House Shoes” textual content written down the strap the tongue, and an adjustable lace toggle on the heel. Unlike some Kendrick’s earlier Nike sneaker collabs, the slip on Cortez will obtain a extra conventional retail launch.

The Nike Cortez Kenny IV “House Shoe” ($100) releases at 10am ET this Sunday, October 14 Nike SNKRS in addition to choose different Nike retailers, some which will likely be releasing the kicks raffle system. According to Sneaker News, retailers like Titolo, Concepts, Hanon and Billy’s Tokyo will likely be amongst these receiving the House Shoes.

Check out some the raffle particulars within the hyperlinks embedded under:

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Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez Basic Slip Scheduled To Drop This Weekend

Kendrick Lamar’s ongoing partnership with Nike will add a brand new chapter later this week – and as soon as once more the basic Nike Cortez will function the bottom. Kendrick and Nike have already launched a number of Nike Cortez collabs, together with a white “DAMN.” rendition, a purple “Cortez Kenny” pair and a black colorway, however the subsequent Kendrick x Nike Cortez shall be the slip-on selection.

Nike just lately launched ficial pictures the newest Kendrick collab, together with particulars that they’re going to now be obtainable for buy this Sunday, October 14 for the retail value $100.

The restricted version sneakers are available a white, wolf gray, turf orange and thunder blue colorway. Additional particulars embrace “House Shoes” textual content written down the strap the tongue, and an adjustable lace toggle on the heel.

Take a more in-depth have a look at the Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez “Basic Slip” home footwear within the submit embedded under.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez Basic Slip Releasing This Week

Kendrick Lamar’s ongoing partnership with Nike will add a brand new chapter later this week – and as soon as once more the traditional Nike Cortez will function the bottom. Kendrick and Nike have already launched a number of Nike Cortez collabs, together with a white “DAMN.” rendition, a purple “Cortez Kenny” pair and a black colorway, however the subsequent Kendrick x Nike Cortez will likely be the slip-on selection.

Nike ficially launched the newest Kendrick collab immediately, together with particulars that they’re going to be accessible for buy this Saturday, October 6. The restricted version sneakers are available in a white, wolf gray, turf orange and thunder blue colorway. Additional particulars embrace “House Shoes” textual content written down the strap the tongue, and an adjustable lace toggle on the heel.

Take a more in-depth have a look at the Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez “Basic Slip” within the submit embedded under.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez "Basic Slip" Surfaces: First Look

Kendrick Lamar’s ongoing partnership with Nike will add a new chapter later this month – and once again the classic Nike Cortez will serve as the base. Kendrick and Nike have already released multiple Nike Cortez collabs, including a white “DAMN.” rendition, a red “Cortez Kenny” pair and a black colorway, but the next Kendrick x Nike Cortez will be the slip-on variety.

The kicks first surfaced today in a white, wolf grey, turf orange and thunder blue colorway. Additional details include “House Shoes” text written down the strap the tongue, and an adjustable lace toggle on the heel. Nike has not yet revealed any ficial images or release details but it is believed the slip-on Cortez will launch at select Nike retailers on September 22 for the retail price $100.

Check out the first image the Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez “Basic Slip” in the IG post embedded below while we await ficial pics and details.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez Slip-On Releasing This Month

Kendrick Lamar’s ongoing partnership with Nike will add a new chapter later this month – and once again the classic Nike Cortez will serve as the base. Kendrick and Nike have already released multiple Nike Cortez collabs, including a white “DAMN.” rendition, a red “Cortez Kenny” pair and a black colorway, but sneaker source Py_Rates reports the next Kendrick x Nike Cortez will be the slip-on variety.

The kicks will reportedly feature a white, wolf grey, turf orange and thunder blue colorway, accompanied by an adjustable lace toggle on the heel. Nike has not yet revealed images or release details but it is believed the slip-on Cortez will launch at select Nike retailers on September 22 for the retail price $100.

Check out a mockup the Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez “Basic Slip” in the IG post embedded below while we await our first look at the collaborative sneaker.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez Kenny II Release Details Announced

After the successful release  Kendrick Lamar’s first Nike Cortez collab, The Swoosh is ready to release the sequel which comes in a red and white colorway.

The Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez Kenny II will reportedly release exclusively in Los Angeles at the Nike Maker’s HQ located at 555 Mateo Street. Of course, it’s not as simple as just walking into the store, handing over $100 and leaving with a pair.

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According to reports, the Cortez Kenny II will launch  the SNKRS Pass on the app and if you’re lucky enough to secure a pair, you must then head to a special installation inside the Nike Maker’s HQ on Saturday, February 17th to purchase.

The kicks feature a combination leather and mesh with a black “Don’t Trip” strip that runs down the length the tongue. Additionally, the Chinese translation ‘DAMN’ is stationed on the forefoot. 

It’s unclear whether the kicks will release again after this weekend’s release.