As expected, the Nike Roshe Run will continue to reign supreme well into the Spring season this year.
One of Nike Sportswear’s biggest hits, this casual style will make its way to retailers in a new Hyperfuse form. Becoming available soon in three distinct colorways, each model will take on a mesh construction with suede back heel counters, Phylon midsoles, and seamless paneling.
Check out preview images below and let us know what you think about the forthcoming Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse colletion. Expect these kicks to hit shelves sometime in April!
Available right now courtesy of Sneaker Bistro is this University Red/Black Nike Air Force 1 High. Dressed in a Bulls-inspired palette, the vibrant red takes hold of most of the classic silhouette. Pair that with black accents and a crisp white midsole, and you have a bold offering that adds yet another impressive drop to its already stellar catalog. Continue reading after the jump to check out some detailed shots and be sure to head over to Sneaker Bistro to cop.
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As we kick off the beginning of March, we’re seeing a follow up to the Passport collection from New Balance. The New Balance Spring/ Summer 2014 ML999 “Cherry Blossom” project is a two sneaker pack that offers new Spring colorways with pink and mint accenting. The ML999 gets a mostly grey upper, accented by pink or mint colored heel counters and outsole. Black comes into play, below the heel on the midsole. Look for these to be released just for the ladies, in April, on the NB Korea store!
Having just dropped off the ZX 500 Yellow shoes, adidas is back at it again with the ZX running trainer. The adidas Originals ZX 500 Decon is a mostly black mesh and synthetic upper, with a white dotted-like pattern spread all over the shoe. A white mid and outsole hold it down on the bottom, matching the pattern that’s present on the upper. With tonal features like the ankle collar and eyelets, these kicks are expected to be coming to adidas Originals retailers sometime this month!
With popular themes and builds making a comeback this year, sneakerheads will be excited to learn that two new colorways for the Nike Air Max 1 FB will indeed be dropping. After last year’s coveted “Yeezy” and “Leopard” releases, this new crop features vibrant color palettes along with textured uppers and icy soles. Having already touched down at retailers in Japan, their arrival here in the states shouldn’t be too far behind. Check out both upcoming looks after the jump and make sure you let us know which pair you’re feeling the most.
Photos via Yamaotoko FG
We hit you guys up with a look at the JS Rod Laver “Gold Foil” shoes a while back, when they were only dropping at select UK adidas retailers. The adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott Spring 2014 JS Rod Laver “Gold Foil” see an all gold, reptile skin on the uppers. For added flashiness, a dollar sign lace lock holds down the tonal lacing, which matches the vulc sole. Finished off with extra details, like tonal lining, these JS kicks are starting to see a more wider release. You can now check for these at adidas Originals retailers, like Sneaker Politics!
Not to be outdone by its Air Tech Challenge II counterpart, the Nike Air Tech Challenge Huarache has another new colorway on the way. Built with a simple white, grey, and black foundation, the shoe earns its “Turbo Green” name thanks to the touch of bright green about the sole, liner, logo, and heel. With Andre Agassi’s signature kicks gearing up to ace the competition, Nike is ready to win in straight sets. Check out some detailed looks after the jump and be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles to find out when these will release.
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After a heavy amount of releases this weekend, like the Nike Zoom Kobe Venomenon 4, Nike is providing us visuals for a future project with the Air Foamscape Woven. The Nike Air Foamscape Woven Motion is coming in a trio of colorways for the upcoming spring and summer. With a red/blue, granite/blue/volt, and dark grey/gold/red colorways, the shoes will catch the eyes of anyone you pass by. The uppers are made of the title woven panels stitching together perforated nubuck. Complete with a Motion running sole and mininal Nike branding, these shoes are expected to arrive sometime in April. Hang with us for more updates!
Now that the “Aunt Pearl” KD VI is out of the way, sneakerheads can now set their sights on picking up the “Floral” EXT release. Scheduled to arrive at Nike Sportswear on March 7, a worldwide release is set to go down on March 15. With no word of these being a twitter link only drop, it looks like ‘heads won’t have to worry about trolling NSW’s timeline. Seeing as how there’s less than a week left before these are unleashed upon the masses, is there any more room in your collection for a flower-powered pair of kicks? Check out one more look below and let us know if you’ll be picking these up.
Nike KD 6 EXT
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Sticking with their electric Volt color trend for athletic footwear this Spring, Nike is dropping a new Roshe Run, that’s a part of their Natural Motion pack. The Nike Roshe Run NM Volt entirely covered in neon volt color on the one-piece felt upper, with white soles. The tonal design of the upper goes as far as to have neon lining up top, with minimal use of black on the laces. These are perfect for a Spring morning workout, or a late night run! Check for these, and other colorways of the Natural Motion pack at select Nike retailers, like size?, now!
We first got word about the “Yellow Submarine” pack coming from Vans back in early January, and now we’re starting to see shoes from the pack hit retailers! The Beatles x Vans Era Yellow Submarine features the classic model in a psychedelically multicolor graphic print with animation of the Beatles all over. A clean white is the contrasting color used in this sneaker, appearing on the famous rubber sole, and on the lacing. Check for these now at Vans Store retailers now!
Regarded as one of the NBA’s greatest players of all time, Michael Jordan’s presence is still being felt both on and off the hardwood. While his free throw line dunks and game winning shots are still classic moments that will never be forgotten, Jordan remains relevant thanks to his highly sought after sneakers. Whether it’s a brand new colorway or a retro of an original, the Air Jordan line continues to expand its range as it grows with the new generation of sneakerheads. With this growth and continued adaptation, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that MJ raked in a huge amount of profit as Forbes reports that Jordan made $90 Million dollars last year. With all the sneakers on tap to release this year, don’t be shocked if Jordan does it all over again this year.
With Spring and Summer a couple of months away, Nike is getting ready to release these very crispy clean “White on White” Roshe Run. This sneaker features a full White mesh upper on its signature White sole.
While these are expected to release in April at select Nike Retail stores, you can head over to Titolo and pre-order a pair today!
Colorway: White/ White- Pure Platinum
Product Code: 511881-111
Photos via Titolo.
When it comes to the Air Jordan VI, 2014 is shaping up to be a huge year for the iconic silhouette. With quite a few original colorways set to return throughout the year, the coveted “Carmine” colorway is amongst the upcoming retro offerings. Set to touch down May 24, this insanely popular motif was last seen on the sneaker scene as a part of the Countdown Pack back in 2008. You’ve already seen quit a few peeks already, but one more detailed look won’t hurt. Check out the fresh new shots after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 6 “Carmine”
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Last August we did a feature on the Stash X Reebok Pump Camo Pack – Spring 2014 Release. Well, Spring is almost here and Reebok is getting ready to release the pack at select retailers worldwide. This collaboration/release means a little more than “just another release”. It is a representation of the long relationship that Reebok has with the legendary street artist, Stash. The first sneaker of the pack to be released is the Blue sneaker covered in a graffiti-inspired camouflage print.
There is no word on when these will release here in the US, but those looking to purchase a pair now can head over to Mita Sneakers. Keep checking back with Sneakerfiles as more information becomes available.
Although these are fairly simple, sometimes simple is best and these are very clean. Here is a very rear Nike Air Foamposite Pro called the “Final Adaptation”. Covered in a Matte Black upper and a glossy Swoosh, the Foamposite sits atop a Gum sole. The sneaker also comes with a Pou Chen hang tag.
Let us know what you think of these samples. Would you cop a pair if these were to release?
Photos via dependablejay.
What’s on your list of Summer 2014 releases? Could it be the Nike Air Max 1 Leather?
If so, a trio of options are en route and worth checking out. With several revisited colorways, each style takes on a smooth leather construction with perforated toe boxes, visible Air Units, crisp white laces, and more.
Of the three displayed below, which do you find most attractive. Let us know what you’re think below and stay tuned as we bring you stateside release details soon.
Having undergone several transformations throughout the years, Nike Sportswear reworks the classic Nike Air Max 1 once again.
A new model this year, here’s a first look at the Nike Air Max 1 C2.0 in its latest colorway. Equipped with synthetic and bonded mesh combination uppers, these runners don wolf grey, pure platinum, kumquat, and atomic mango accents.
A perfect Spring 2014 option, stick with Sneaker Files for more word on a US release date.
Colorway: Wolf Grey/Pure Platinum-Kumquat-Atomic Mango
Release Date: TBD
Product Code: 631738-008
Sneaker customs are becoming increasingly more creative, and we’ve seen colorways that worthy of a mass release. Our next pair of customs are by Have Air Customs, with the Air Jordan 1 “Gold Medal,” a patriotic digi-camo print AJ1 with metallic gold accents. The digi-camp pattern is seen on the toe box, mid foot panel, and ankle collar. Gold accents the shoe with a royal Nike Swoosh and first place, gold medal painted on the heel guard. Coming from an original pair of all white AJ1 mid’s, we’ve got to say that Have Air Customs definitely killed it with these! Check out more of their work over at Have Air Customs, now!
An unreleased colorway and one that may remain a PE, this Nike Kobe 9 is outfitted with purple and yellow accents. A perfect game-day shoe, would you like Nike to release these to the general public?
Share your thoughts in the comments below and keep it locked right here for more developing news.