The NBA’s reigning sneaker king, Houston Rockets forward PJ Tucker, recently linked up with Complex’s Joe La Puma at Flight Club’s New York City location for an all-new episode Sneaker Shopping.
During his latest visit to Flight Club, Tucker shed some light on the exclusive “Cheetah” Nike Air Yeezy IIs that he recently laced up, explaining how his longtime friend put him on to the super exclusive sneakers. Additionally, Tucker says that same friend has a line on the “Grammy” Nike Air Yeezy 1s, and there’s a chance we’ll see them in a game this season.
The “Cheetah” Nike Air Yeezy II was allegedly given to Kobe Bryant in 2012, which makes sense considering the “Cheetah” colorway is inspired by the Nike Kobe 7 the same name. Rumors maintain that the sneakers were gifted to Kobe for the NBA All Star festivities that year, although he ended up wearing the “Galaxy” Kobe 7.
In addition to his ultra rare Yeezys, Tucker also discussed his sneaker free agency, his top five everyday wear sneakers and much more. Check out the full episode below.
Giannis Antetokounmpo seemingly couldn’t miss this past year as he continued to play well with the Milwaukee Bucks. Thanks to his incredible play out on the court, Giannis was able to win the MVP award and coming into next season, pundits think he’s going to be able to repeat. Giannis and the Bucks were two games why an NBA Finals appearance and heading into the 2019-20 campaign, the Greek Freak seems as determined as ever to win a championship.
The superstar also has his very own shoe with Nike called the Zoom Freak 1. There have been quite a few colorways to drop so far and Nike has even more on the horizon. This past week, we got a glimpse at this “Atmosphere Grey” fering which certainly lives up to its name as grey covers the upper. A black reverse Nike swoosh can be found on the midsole while gold accents are placed on Giannis’ logos on the tongue and back heel.
According to Sneaker News, these will be dropping on Friday, November 15th for $120 USD. if you’re looking for some clean kicks for the court, these will certainly do the trick.
Whether you’re a sneakerhead or not, you have probably bought or owned a pair Air Force 1s at some point in your life. The shoe is practically timeless, especially when you’re talking about the all-white and all-black versions. Over the years, Nike has done quite a bit to change up the look the Air Force 1 Low and these efforts include a plethora colorways.
One the latest colorways to be revealed is this “Yellow Snakeskin” fering which as you can imagine, is covered in yellow. The overlays are made nubuck, while the mesh is placed on the toe box and side panel. Underneath the mesh, you can see a melange black and yellow snakeskin material. There is a black Nike swoosh on the sides which helps tie the entire aesthetic together. If you’re a fan the Air Force 1, this would certainly be a great cop for those mid-fall vibes.
While it may not the most popular Air Jordan model, there is something to be said about the unique aesthetic Spike Lee’s infamous Spiz’Ike. The shoe is a combination multiple Jordan Brand silhouettes and has come in some pretty interesting colorways over the years. Even though the shoe doesn’t have the same iconic status as the numbered Jordans, the Spiz’Ike has built a cult status over the years and sneaker consumers are always looking forward to some new iterations.
This past week, we got a brand new look at this purple and black Spiz’Ike which looks like it would be perfect for Lakers fans. The upper is made black nubuck while the purple accents help to add a much-needed pop color. If you’re not a fan the Lakers, you can convince yourself that these are some dope Halloween shoes that are perfect for some spooky festivities.
According to Sneaker News, these will be dropping quite soon for an undisclosed price. Let us know in the comments below if you plan on copping these or if you’re going to be passing.
According to sneaker source PY_Rates, the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low SB will feature a “Desert Ore/Royal Blue/Dark Powder Blue” color scheme. Early images the sneakers have not yet been revealed, but PY_Rates reports that kicks will be available on December 6 for the retail price $120.
Perhaps one the most interesting collaborations this year has been between the SpongeBob Squarepants franchise and the Nike Kyrie basketball line. Back in August, the two brands came together on five different sneakers which represented characters from the series. Kyrie Irving is a big fan the show and made sure to let his fandom be known with this lively and colorful capsule.
There are three colorways the Nike Kyrie 5 and two colorways the Nike Kyrie Low 2. The former costs $150 USD while the latter goes for $110 USD. When these first came out, they sold out right away and now, Nike is blessing fans with a well-deserved restock.
The restock is going down today at 10 A.M EST with each shoe being available on Nike SNKRS and Nike.com. If you missed out on the shoe originally, this is a great opportunity to cop something. These are great for kids who are about to embark on a season youth basketball but they’re also great for adults trying to relive their childhood.
Be sure to check out the links above and let us know if you copped successfully.
Virgil Abloh and Nike have joined forces once again for a collection Off-White x Nike Dunk Lows, which will reportedly be available sometime in October.
Nike has not yet announced ficial release details but the trio collaborative Dunks have already been revealed in detail, including the highly anticipated “University Red” joint.
The kicks come equipped with a light grey leather base on the mid-panel, toe, and ankle collar, contrasted by university red overlays, laces and inner lining. The Off-White Dunk Lows are highlighted by a unique lacing system that criss-crosses over the toe box and tongue, as well as all the familiar Off-White accents.
In addition to this red colorway, the Dunks will also be available in “Pine Green” and “University Gold/Midnight Navy.” Check out the ficial photos below and stay tuned for the release date.
Kevin Durant wont be playing any basketball this season but that won’t be stopping Nike from dropping new colorways his latest signature basketball shoe, the KD 12. So far, Nike has released a plethora KD 12 colorways and all them have been fairly successful as ballplayers are always looking for some new kicks to mess around in. There has been a pretty dope variety models as both colorful and more neutral options have hit the market.
The latest colorway to be revealed is this vibrant monochrome fering which is being dubbed “Blue Gaze.” This sneaker certainly lives up to its name as it is covered in an icy light blue tone that hits pretty hard. It’s a gorgeous looking shoe and if you want to stand out on the court this season, these are definitely the way to go, especially if your prefer KDs.
According to Sole Collector, these will be dropping on Friday, November 1st for $150 USD so don’t sleep if you plan on copping. Let us know in the comments what you think this latest colorway.
Michael Jordan never ficially got to play in the Air Jordan 10 when it first came so for a lot sneakerheads, it doesn’t carry the same history as some the earlier models. Regardless, there is no denying just how clean the Jordan 10’s silhouette is and how it has led to some pretty great colorways that represent iconic teams in the NBA. Back in 1995, Jumpman dropped the Air Jordan 10 “Seattle” which featured the white, black, and green aesthetic the Supersonics.
Now, Jordan Brand is bringing the shoe back in all its OG glory. Supersonics fans haven’t had much to cheer about since their team was moved to Oklahoma City but these kicks will certainly be a must-cop for those trying to relive the glory days. Today, Jumpman dropped the ficial images the shoe which show f the finer details.
If you’re interested in copping these, they will see an ficial release on Saturday, October 19th for $190 USD. Let us know in the comments below what you think and if you plan on scooping up a pair for yourself.
Kobe fans are eager to see which Kobe silhouette will receive the retro treatment in 2020, but Nike still has a few more Kobe 4s in the stash before we close out the year. Among them, a black suede snakeskin colorway.
Featuring a “Black/Aurora Green-University Gold” color scheme, this all-new Kobe 4 Protro is highlighted by the snakeskin detailing on the toe, tongue, ankle collar and heel, as well as split Nike swooshes and Kobe logos.
Priced at $175, the sueded snakeskin Kobe 4s will first release in Asia on October 15, followed by a stateside release on November 2nd. Scroll down for a closer look at the upcoming colorway, and click here for a look at the colorful “Wizenard” Kobe 4 PE that is scheduled to drop in December.
If there are three guarantees in life, they would be death, taxes, and new colorways the Air Jordan 1. Every single year sneakerheads are treated to some brand new iterations one the most iconic sneaker silhouettes all-time. The shoe is a classic and has been around for 34 years now so it’s pretty incredible to see Jordan brand keeping the sneaker fresh and full life. Heading into 2020, Jumpman is looking to continue the shoe’s tradition in style with even more fantastic new colorways.
Thanks to the Instagram sneaker insider @zsneakerheadz, we now have our first look at this women’s exclusive Air Jordan 1 High OG colorway that is simply being dubbed “Silver.” The shoe has a white toe box and white side panels while the overlays and back heel are covered in silver patent leather. From there, the Nike swoosh, cuff, and tongue are all black which makes for a nice clean contrast. Overall, this looks like a great sneaker that will certainly have female sneakerheads excited for next year.
In the post below, it states that the image is simply a photoshop rendering and that ficial images will be dropped closer to release. For now, these are slated to drop in the Spring 2020.
If you’re a sneakerhead who likes to buy shoes on the resale market, then fakes and inauthentic sneakers are your absolute worst nightmare. Sometimes, fakes can be so good that they look exactly like the real thing which makes it next to impossible to distinguish them from one another. With fakes being so good these days, it shouldn’t be surprising that factories out China have been trying to capitalize on the naivety some sneakerheads.
This past week, things went awry for the scammers as just under 15,000 pairs fake shoes were confiscated by Border Protecting agents at the port Los Angeles, according to Sole Collector. The vast majority these shoes were fake Nike’s including the Off-White collaborations. The most popular shoe the bunch was the infamous Off-White x Air Jordan 1 which goes for close to $5000 on the resale market.
The report states how all these shoes would cost $2.24 million at retail although that’s only if they were real. On the resale market, these shoes would fetch exorbitant prices and whoever was in charge this scam could have made millions upon millions dollars.
Luckily for sneakerheads, these pairs won’t be making their way into anyone’s hands anytime soon.
The “Cactus Jack” 6s come equipped with an olive green nubuck accompanied by black detailing, a sail-colored midsole, and a glow-in-the-dark outosle. Additional details include a button enclosed stash pocket on the ankle collar and University Red accents that appear throughout the silhouette, including the Jumpman branding on the tongue, as well as the Nike Air and Cactus Jack branding on the heels.
The collaborative kicks, retailing for $250, will also available in sizes for the whole fam, with grade school sizes retailing for $160, pre-school for $80 and toddlers for $60. Click here to see which sizes are going for the most money right now.
Of all the Nike Air Max models that have been released over the last few decades, the 97 stands out as being one the best. The shoe has an incredibly simple silhouette but when it comes to the upper, it possesses multiple layers that lend to some pretty eclectic colorways. Over the years, Nike has come through with some pretty great variations the shoe and soon, they’ll be dropping yet another.
In the photos below, you can see a brand new colorway that features red leather on the bottom layers, while black and gold dress the top part the upper. It’s an incredibly flashy look that will appeal to those looking to spice up their sneaker collections. The Air Max 97 is a fan-favorite and with this new colorway, Nike is showing us just how versatile this model really is.
For now, there is no release date attached to these but you can expect them to drop at select Nike retailers over the next few weeks, according to Sneaker News. Let us know in the comments below if you plan on copping these.