Yesterday was Air Max Day although, for many, it was one the saddest Air Max Day’s in recent memory. Of course, this is because we are all stuck in quarantine. Not as many people are trying to buy shoes and the day wasn’t celebrated like it normally is. Regardless, some athletes took the opportunity to show f their collections to their followers. LeBron James is a Nike athlete and was one the highest-prile people to take us through their closets.
In the 9-minute video below, LeBron can be seen going through a plethora Air Max sneakers that range from rare to general release. Fans in the comments were pretty excited about what he was showing f and we don’t blame them. LeBron has an incredible collection that will surely make sneakerheads everywhere jealous.
One thing that’s important to remember here is the fact that LeBron is able to get pairs early and for free. As a Nike athlete, you are afforded certain privileges, especially if you’re as good as LeBron. Regardless, it was pretty cool to see all the old pairs he has. His collection is worth hundreds thousands dollars and if you’re a sneakerhead, his video was a must-watch.
Tell us in the comments below which Air Max shoe is your favorite.
Kanye West is one the most influential people in music but he is also incredibly influential in the sneakers and streetwear world. Thanks to his partnership with Adidas, Kanye has been able to create his very own Yeezy brand which has dominated the space for years now. The brand has dropped numerous dope silhouettes that continue to receive new colorways. West has been teasing some new silhouettes over the past few months including a croc-like Yeezy Foam Runner.
This shoe is made algae and has holes all throughout the upper. It is one the most bizarre shoes we have ever seen but it’s Ye so we’re not surprised he created these. Thanks to the Instagram account @ryivibes, we now have a look at four colorways this sneaker. As you can see, there are beige, black, red, and white models to choose from.
For now, a release date has not been determined so stay tuned as we will be sure to bring you all the latest updates. In the meantime, let us know what you think these and whether or not you plan on copping.
These are definitely polarizing although they do look kind comfy.
Today is Nike Air Max Day which means Nike is dropping a bunch , you guessed it, Air Max sneakers. Due to COVID-19, this year’s Air Max celebration doesn’t feel as joyous as years passed but regardless, the show must go on. While the Air Max 90 has been a big focus this year’s Air Max celebration, Nike has been hinting at some other plans over the past few weeks. We had been reporting on an auto-lacing version the Air Max called the Adapt LE 01. Today, the shoe dropped in Asia and ficial images the “Grey Gum” colorways have surfaced.
As you can see, the shoe features a grey upper with an orange bottom and back heel. Overall, the shoe is quite bulky which makes sense when you consider how there is auto-lacing technology placed inside the midsole. This shoe will function with either manually or through the App that has been created specifically for Nike’s auto-lacing range.
For now, there is no information on when these will release in North America so stay tuned as we will be sure to bring you all the latest information.
Kanye West‘s efforts with Adidas have culminated in his signature Yeezy brand which continues to be one the biggest names in sneakers and streetwear. The legendary artist has numerous dope silhouettes on the market but it’s clear that the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is one the brand’s favorites. There have been numerous new colorways over the last couple years and in 2019, the Yeezy imprint came through with more colorways than they ever have before.
2020 is poised to be yet another fruitful endeavor for the brand and we have already seen some interesting ferings. Thanks to @yeezyseason2, we now have a mockup yet another colorway that will supposedly drop in the second half this year. There is no name for it yet although as you can see from the post below, the shoe has a lavender and black upper.
Overall, this colorway reminds the “Yecheil” although only in color blocking. Of course, the colors are different but spread out in the same fashion. This will certainly be an interesting model to watch out for and we urge you to keep it locked to HNHH as we will bring you all the latest updates, as soon as they become available.
In the meantime, let us know what you think about this mockup, in the comments below.
It appears PJ Tucker is looking to turn his passion for sneakers into his next business venture. On Saturday night, the Houston Rockets forward decided to join an IG Live session with Nate Robinson and announce that he’s planning on opening up his own sneaker store in Houston later this year.
“I’m actually, which I can confirm now, opening my store,” Tucker reportedly said. “We’re looking at grand opening in October. We’ve got a lot dope collabs coming. We’re going to have some fun with it, and I’m excited about that.”
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Tucker is looking to bring new perspective to the city Houston where he has felt most at home in the NBA. Although the shop’s physical location hasn’t been revealed, a dormant @TheBetterGeneration Instagram account has already been created, hinting at the stores name.
“The shoe culture in Houston is cool,” he said. “There’s a lot sneakerheads and a lot people that love shoes here — a lot more than I thought. … I just think there should be more activity.”
Not much else is known about the shop at this time as its still in the early stages, but we’ll keep you posted once more info gets unveiled.
New Balance and Kawhi Leonard are reportedly preparing to drop an eye-catching “Sunrise Pack” next week, featuring the same three sneakers that were included in the collaborative “Sundown Pack” that released earlier this month. This time around the New Balance OMN1S, 997 Sport, and 850 come outfitted with yellow and peach detailing to contrast the black base.
As seen in the photo embedded above, the OMN1S (priced at $140) boasts a mismatched design with the peach and yellow accents swapped between the left and right shoe.
The New Balance 997 Sport ($100) is the least colorful the bunch, coming equipped with a predominately black build throughout the mesh and leather construction. Peach detailing appears on the toe while yellow handles the branding, inner lining and heel portion the outsole. Lastly, the New Balance 850 ($110) consists black, peach and volt yellow spread out fairly evenly atop a white midsole.
Look for the Kawhi x New Balance “Sunrise Pack” to launch next Thursday, March 26th NewBalance.com, as well as spots like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Finish Line.
Jordan Brand has made a real effort to bring back the cult-classic Jordan Dub Zero silhouette in recent months, and there are plenty more colorways on tap for the Spring and Summer months ahead. This will include brand new designs, such as the black and gold “DMP” colorway, as well as some classic styles like this “White Cement” iteration that debuted in 2009.
The Dub Zero, which first launched back in 2005, is a hybrid sneaker borrowing design cues from eight different Air Jordans including the Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 12, Air Jordan 13, Air Jordan 15, Air Jordan 17 and Air Jordan 20. A release date for the “White Cement” colorway has not yet been revealed but the arrival ficial images seems to suggest the drop will come sooner than later.
Check out the ficial images below and set aside $150 if you’re feeling the vibes.
The second colorway Kanye West‘s AdidasYeezy Boost 380 is ficially scheduled to release on March 25th, this time without the reflective detailing. Furthermore, Adidas Originals has announced that the “Mist” Yeezy Boost 380 will be available in sizes for the whole family this time around.
Just like the reflective “Mist” Yeezy Boost 380 that released exclusively Yeezy Supply last month, this upcoming release utilizes varying shades grey along with yellow-orange detailing throughout the primeknit upper. The sneakers also feature circular perforations on the mid panel, right around the same spot where the translucent streak sits on the Yeezy Boost 350 V2. As is the case with most Kanye’s Yeezy sneakers, Adidas’ beloved Boost cushioning sits beneath the silhouette, just above the gum outsole.
If you’re a fan sneakers, then you know that the Nike Air Force 1 Low is one the most iconic shoes all-time. The silhouette debuted all the way back in 1982 and was the first Nike sneaker to ever get a retro. Over the past few decades, we have been blessed with a plethora new colorways and every year, the Oregon brand has managed to continue the tradition.
The latest model to be revealed is this “4th July”-Inspired colorway that features a red, white, and blue ribbon that wraps around the shoe just above the midsole. The base this sneaker is white while the Nike swoosh is made leather and features some Navy blue coloring. Overall, this is an incredibly clean fering and if you’re in the market for something to celebrate independence day with, these are the shoes for you.
According to Sneaker Bar Detroit, these will be dropping soon so be sure to keep an eye out at your local sneaker retailer. Also, let us know in the comments below what you think these and whether or not you plan on copping.
Jordan Brand’s year-long celebration the Air Jordan 5 will consist a festive “Easter” iteration that is scheduled to release on April 3rd. A teaser image the busy design first surfaced earlier this week, but we now have an ficial look at what to expect, courtesy Finish Line.
Highlighted by an Easter egg-inspired paint splatter design throughout the white leather upper, the festive 5s come equipped with “Laser Crimson” detailing on the midsole as well as the Jumpman logos on the tongue and heel. Additional, the Easter AJ5 boasts a “Voltage Purple” inner lining, while white laces, a clear lace lock and a white midsole/outsole combination round out the look.
The kicks in question are billed as a grade school exclusive and will therefore be priced at $140 when they launch on April 3rd. This design certainly isn’t for everyone but the good news is there will be plenty other AJ5s on the market in due time. Check out the ficial images below, and click here for a look at the rumored “Teal” Off-White x Air Jordan 5.
Travis Scott fans have been having a good last couple years. He has dropped f some dope music while also giving fans a wide range merch and sneakers. Between Jordan Brand and Nike, La Flame has released over half a dozen unique sneakers and he has plans for even more. As far as 2020 goes, the first sneaker that is on his list is the Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React. We have seen numerous teasers for this shoe over the past couple months and now, it seems like we actually have a release date.
According to Sneaker News, these are set to release on April 10th for $190 USD. This release date has not yet been confirmed and due to the Coronavirus, there is a real chance the release date could get pushed back. If this is the case, we will be sure to bring you all the latest updates as soon as we can.
In the meantime, let us know what you think these, in the comments below. We want to know if this is your favorite Travis Scott x Nike collab or if there are others you would place above this one.
In celebration the Air Jordan 5s 30th anniversary this year, Jordan Brand is bringing back the iconic “Fire Red” colorway. Although the release has been postponed several weeks (they’re now slotted to launch in late April), these ficial photos suggest that they’ll be worth the wait.
True to their OG form, the iconic kicks will come dressed in that familiar smooth, white leather upper equipped with that puffy 3M reflective tongue, a black midsole and fire red detailing throughout, including the classic “Nike Air” on the heel. This particular colorway originally debuted in 1990 and last released in 2013, although the retro did not include Nike Air branding.
The Fire Red 5s will be available in sizes for the whole family on April 25th. Men’s sizes will reportedly retail for $200, with grade school, pre-school and toddler sizes priced at $140, $80 and $60, respectively. Check out the ficial images below and click here to preview the forthcoming “Easter” AJ5 colorway.
Adidas and James Harden put together a unique collection Harden Vol.4 colorways this year dubbed the “Su Casa Mi Casa” Pack, inspired by select teams around the league. This includes the white, blue and orange “Madison Square Harden” joint he wore when the Rockets visited the Knicks, the blue and gold “Warriors” pair that he pulled out in San Francisco, and the Thunder-inspired Vol. 4 for his return to OKC.
The “Su Casa Mi Casa” pack will also consist a purple and gold colorway, which is course in reference to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Beard likely would have laced up this “Lakers” Harden Vol. 4 when the Rockets visited Staples Center on March 12th, but that game never took place as a result the coronavirus pandemic. That said, it is believed that Adidas will still release this special edition colorway at some point in the future – although a specific release date has not yet been announced.
Back in 2008, well before Kanye West was trying to jump over the Jumpman with his line AdidasYeezy sneakers, Jordan Brand created a special edition Air Jordan 6 as a tribute to ‘Ye’s mother, Donda West.
The kicks, said to be limited to just four pairs, are built on white leather uppers, highlighted by a laser-engraved rose pattern on the overlays and embroidered roses on the tongue, toe and heel. Additionally, the hook from Kanye’s song “Roses” can be found on the insole.
It’s unclear which four people are in possession the rare Airs but it seems as though they resurface every few years, reminding us Kanye’s time with Nike and Jordan Brand. Scroll through the IG post embedded below for a complete, detailed look at the rare “Donda West” Air Jordan 6 sample.
It’s been a slow burn for Kanye West‘s AdidasYeezy Boost 380 thus far, but rumors are swirling that there are several different colorways on tap for the warmer months on the horizon. Among them, a new orange and blue colorway that figures to be the most colorful concept to date.
The kicks in question have not yet been revealed, but you can get a good idea what to expect the mockup embedded below.
The Yeezy Boost 380 was first introduced in late 2019 in a clean, white/grey “Alien” iteration and will soon be followed by a “Mist” colorway that is slated to launch later this month. Each the kicks are highlighted by the same camo-like primeknit design, accompanied by a series circular perforations on the mid panel, right around the same spot where the translucent streak sits on the Yeezy Boost 350 V2.