If you’re a big fan Nike’s Air Max line, then you have certainly owned a pair Air Max 98’s at some point in your life. The shoe embraced the chunky dad shoe aesthetic before it was ever a real fad and continues to impress us with brand new colorways that sneakerheads always seem to appreciate. With July just around the corner, consumers are still looking for the perfect Summer shoe and with this latest Air Max 98 colorway, the Beaverton Brand may have just knocked it out the park.
This shoe is characterized by its mesh and leather sail upper which is complemented by some teal highlights on the tongue, Nike swoosh, and Air Max unit. When it comes to Summer shoes, there are two types consumers: those who like something clean and those who want something colorful. If you belong to the former, then these will certainly appeal to you.
Since 2017, the Nike Vapormax has dazzled sneakerheads with its unique look and comfortable Air Max midsole that looks completely out whack at first glance. It’s a shoe that is an acquired taste but once you get into it, you immediately understand the hype. Over time, Nike has experimented with the Vapormax and has played around with the different silhouettes it finds itself on. Once again, Nike is trying something new with the brand new Nike Vapormax D/MS/X which is part a new label that shows f Nike’s affinity for experimentation.
The shoe is made with various different materials including knit and leather while plastic caps are places around the toe box and even the back heel. One the first colorways to be released will feature a heavy dose dark teal with black and orange accents. The midsole and plastic caps will be clear though, which adds a contrast to the show that most sneakerheads probably weren’t expecting.
When it comes to iconic Air Jordan 1 High OG Colorways, the “Bred” or “Banned” model should absolutely be on your list. If you don’t know, the shoe has black overlays with black side panels all while red appears on the toe box, back heel, and the Nike swoosh. Over the years, Jordan Brand has cashed in on the success this model with a plethora other black and red Jordan 1’s that have all become iconic in their own right.
It is rumored that another black and red model will be coming out in January 2020 except this time it will be with a twist. The House Heat rendering found below Sneaker Bar Detroit shows f a vibrant model that will certainly be a hit. The shoe has black side panels and toe box, with red overlays and back heel. The midsole is black as well while the outsole is red. The most unique part the shoe though is the silver Nike swoosh which creates a pretty interesting contrast.
This shoe is simply a rumor so stay tuned for updates as we will be sure to bring them to you.
Nike hasn’t been shy to take two popular silhouettes or even two technologies and merge them together. It doesn’t always work out for the Beaverton Brand but with the Nike Air Max 270 React, it appears as though they have a hit on their hands. As the name would suggest, the shoe is made with the silhouette the Air Max 270, while the upper part the midsole has React technology. Of course, the back half the midsole contains the chunky Air Max unit the 270 which will give this shoe a double dose comfort.
One the first colorways the shoe that will release is being called “Bauhaus” and features a bevy materials with colors such as red, blue, green, and yellow, with a black and white base. The midsole the sneaker is white and the Air Max unit is a translucent royal blue.
Giannis Antetokounmpo just came f an MVP-winning campaign and to celebrate he will have some brand new shoes coming out which bear his nickname, the Greek Freak. The Nike Zoom Freak 1 has been teased for a while now and on Saturday, June 29th, the first colorway will be released to the masses. As you would expect, there are plenty more colorways the shoe on the way, including this brand new “Lucid Green” model which was ficially introduced today.
The vast majority the sneaker is covered in black and white although there is very little green on the shoe. In fact, Green can be found on Giannis’ logo which appears on the tongue and on the back heel. It’s a subtle touch but fans will definitely appreciate the attention to detail.
If you’re looking to cop this latest colorway the shoe, you’ll be able to do so as July 10th for $120 USD, according to Sole Collector.
Are these a must-cop or will they be a skip? So far, this shoe has been quite polarizing and it’s easy to see why.
Supreme is one the biggest streetwear brands in the world and are famous for their collaborations which transcend pop culture and fashion. One the brands they collaborate with the most is Nike and every season, it seems like we get a whole new collection Supreme x Nike gear. Thanks to the sneaker leaker Twitter account @pyleaks, it appears as though the Spring/Summer 2020 season will see another collab between the two brands, with two colorways the iconic Nike Air Force 1 Low on the way.
Based on the post which can be found below, it looks like there will be black on black colorway and a white on white version. If this is true, Supreme will be adding its branding to two the most iconic colorways in the shoe’s history. The all-white Air Force 1 Low is the perfect Summer shoe while the triple-black model has been a sneaker meme for years.
The information is fairly new so as you would expect, there are no ficial release dates or images just yet. Stay tuned for updates regarding this collab as we will be sure to bring them to you.
The Nike LeBron 17 is coming soon, but Nike and LeBron James still have some LeBron 16 colorways in the pipeline before the passing the torch.
Among the Nike LeBron 16s on tap for later this year is a vibrant “Air LBJ” LeBron 16 Low, featuring an eye-catching hyper jade battleknit upper equipped with splashes purple, orange, green and pink. The low-top LeBron 16s are highlighted by “AIR LBJ” text underneath the Nike logo on the heel, as well as AIR LBJ logos on the tongues, inspired by the 1994 Nike Air Max Trainer 2.
Nike has not yet announced release details for the LeBron 16 Low “Air LBJ,” but we expect that to change in the near future as ficial images have already surfaced. Take a closer look at the kicks below and stay tuned for more info.
When you think Jordan Brand, running shoes probably aren’t the first thing that comes to mind. While Jumpman is best known for their basketball shoes, there is something to say about their efforts to get into the training game. As we march deeper into 2019, it appears as though Jordan Brand is looking to fer consumers even more running shoes as a brand new silhouette is making its way to the market. This new model is called the Jordan React Havoc and hopes to appeal to long distance travelers and even high-speed sprinters.
This sneaker boasts a unique look with a knit upper that allows for complete breathability. As you would imagine based on the name, there is a React midsole which allows sustained comfort which is great news for runners looking to try out a different, more recent technology.
One the first colorways to drop will be this all-yellow fering which can be viewed below. There is no price associated with the shoe just yet but according to Sneaker News, it will be dropping on Monday, July 1st.
Ever since introducing React technology to the world in 2018, Nike has been looking to add the midsole material to pretty well any shoe that it can. Whether it be new silhouettes or already established classics, React technology can be found on a bevy models and has instantly made these shoes more comfortable. There have been some Jordan Brand sneakers to get the React treatment although retros have generally been left untouched. That’s all about to change though as everyone’s favorite classic, the Air Jordan 1, is getting a React makeover.
The ficial images the newest model are brought to us by @J23App and showcase a silhouette that is pretty much identical to the original Air Jordan 1 High OG but with some pretty obvious changes. For instance, the materials throughout the upper are much different and the Nike swoosh appears to be a lot chunkier and made with something other than your standard leather. The base color is white with black overlays and a red tab on the back and on the tongue.
Lastly, the midsole is white and contains ridges which are similar to other Jordan Brand shoes with React. There is no ficial release date or price associated with these so stay tuned for more updates.
Similar to the first rendition, the kicks are constructed a combination leather, mesh and suede, with a velcro tongue patch, red and white pull tabs, cork insoles and a clear, bulbous Air Max 720 cushioning unit. Of course, the Desert Ore colorway is much more subtle, with shades “Light Bone,” “Desert Ore” and white alternating throughout the layered upper.
Nike has not yet announced ficial release details for the Air Max 720 OBJ “Desert Ore” ($200) but it is believed the kicks will be releasing sometime this summer. Continue scrolling for some additional images while we await more info.
Season three Stranger Things arrives July 4th and Netflix has done a fine job at keeping fans in the loop on what’s to come without giving away too much. From the episode and synopsis rollout, soundtrack and previous teasers to games and Nike collaborations, the anticipated season couldn’t come sooner and now that we’re two weeks out, the streaming service is here with the final trailer.
The under three-minute clip shows more than we’ve ever seen before with certain clips that touch on just what David Harbour anticipated – more emotional moments between the characters. Unfortunately, Eleven and her crew thought they had closed the portal to the Upside Down in the previous season but Will begs to question if the monster was locked out and has been staying in Hawkins the whole time.
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The trailer shows the cast more grown up and ready to handle what’s thrown their way, but it doesn’t mean they’ll get out without a few scratches and bloodshed. “We’re going to end you. We’re going to end your friends. We’re going to end… everyone,” the monster (that seemingly now has a voice) says in the clip.
Watch the full trailer below and catch the show on Netflix as July 4th.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s colorful Nike Air Max 720 collab (priced at $200) has just released Nike.com and select Nike retailers across the country.
The “Young King the Drip” AM 720s initially released overseas earlier this month, but fans in the U.S. can now cop the kicks at spots like Foot Locker, Shoe Palace, Jimmy Jazz and Villa.
Check out the purchase links below.
Beckham first unveiled his newest Nike sneaker collab on Air Max Day in March, revealing a white upper equipped with splashes pink, green and blue along with multi-color detailing on the toe box and ankle collar.
Continue scrolling for some additional images OBJ’s Air Max collab.
NBA superstar Anthony Davis recently reached an endorsement deal with Ruffles to be a creative partner for the brand, in which he will be given the opportunity to develop new products, including signature chip flavors.
In celebration their partnership, Davis collaborated with well-known sneaker customizer, The Shoe Surgeon, for a limited edition sneaker – the Ruffles Ridge Tops.
The sneaker collab takes shape in the form a Nike Dunk High, featuring a blue and orange color scheme as a nod to the original Ruffles bag, as well as several different laces that are inspired by the various chip flavors. The Ruffles Ridge Tops are also highlighted a ribbed ankle collar and a “Shoetrition Facts” tag on the inside the tongue.
Consumers who purchase a bag Ruffles from June 24 to August 4 will have a chance to win several fashion and sports items, including the grand prize – a pair Ruffles Ridge Tops.
Nike has been creating some pretty interesting vintage sneakers recently and if you’re a fan the 90s, well Nike is doing you a pretty great service. Colorful windbreakers were all the rage back in the 90s so it shouldn’t come as too much a surprise that they would end up being the subject one Nike’s latest shoes. If you were to add one the most iconic sneakers all-time in the Nike Air Max 1 into the equation, you have a certified hit on your hands.
Well, Nike did just that as the Nike Air Max 1 “Windbreaker” has been revealed to the world. The sneaker is made green, purple, red, and yellow leather while black mesh makes up the base the shoe. The Nike swoosh is stacked with yellow peaking out from the red which makes up the majority the classic Nike insignia.
The kicks are constructed leather and mesh featuring a white upper highlighted by splashes “Psychic Purple” and “Red Orbit” throughout. Black handles the midsole as well as the tongue and heel tabs, while purple, red and black combine on the outsole to complete the Raptors vibes.
The kicks, priced at $110, are still available in most sizes right now Nike.com. Click here to purchase, and continue scrolling for the ficial images.