In just 24hrs, the “Suns” Nike Barkley Posite Max will be available on retail shelves nationwide. Serving as the latest model in what has been a great transformation for the Barkley line, the Barkley Posite Max has been on a tear since it made its debut during All-Star Weekend.
Paying homage to Sir Charles’s time in the desert, the Nike Barkley Posite Max “Suns” sports an ill Phoenix-inpired colorway that is sure to shine bright and sell out fast at select Nike Sportswear retailers tomorrow.
Check out the pics and let us know if you will be copping these kicks tomorrow.
Nike Barkley Posite Max
Court Purple/Team Orange
In the aftermath of the widely successful “Fighter Jet Camo” Foams, sneakerheads everywhere will be in for yet another camouflage treat produced by the good folks over at Nike.
Alreay one of the most anticipated kicks of the year, the “Camo” Nike Air Foamposite Pro has caught the eyes of many a sneakerhead around the world. Come June 8th, these bad boys will be marching their way to retailers nationwide.
Sporting a more traditional camo-print style with green, brown, black, and tan tones accompanied by some vibrant hints of volt all atop a clean gum-like bottom, this upcoming pair of “Camo” Foams will surely wreck plenty of havoc when they drop on June 8th.
Check out the pics after the jump and let us know if you will be picking these joints up next month. Just in case you don’t want to wait until June to cop, you can head over to prc.kicks on eBay and pick these up early.
Nike Air Foamposite Pro
Having kicked off their summer tour in Chicago, the next stop for Sneaker Con will be in Atlanta on June 15th. If you know anything about Sneaker Con, then you know that there will surely be a hell of a whole lot of heat under one roof come June 15th. For all the ATLien sneakerheads, make sure you mark the 15th and you calendars and check the flyer after the jump for the address and ticket information.
Sneaker Con Atlanta
2220 Campbellton Rd SW
Atlanta, Ga 30311
Saturday, June 15th, 2013
Back with yet another pair of dope Nike LeBron X customs is sneaker customizing extrodinaire Mache. Straddling the line between stealth and flash, this pair of “Killer Elite” Nike LeBron X customs is truly a sight to behold.
Under normal lighting, this pair of kicks sports a clean gun metal grey upper with some ill hints of red occupying the laces and Swooshes. Once you hit these with slightest bit of flash, the shoes come to life as the dope 3M treatment throughout the upper is illuminated for all to see.
Keep reading after the jump to get a detailed look at Mache’s latest body of work. Let us know where these fall on your list of favorite customs.
Via Mache Customs
Vault by Vans brings forth the next installment of Original Classics as a tribute to two iconic low-tops, the Era and Style 36.
The OG Era LX follows the same design specs as its first run in 1976 for three styles featuring the archived “Palm Leaf” print. Vibrant color combinations in Navy/Green, Peach/Antique White and Pool Blue/Black reflect the edgy skate vibe of the ‘80s.
The OG Style 36 LX is reintroduced for a duo of “Two Tone” offerings in Classic Blue/Dandelion and Orange Rust/Coconut Shell. First seen in 1978 with the Vans sidestripe, the Style 36 is the original rendering of the Old Skool. The “Palm Leaf” editions of the OG Era LX and “Two Tone” editions of the OG Style 36 LX will be arriving this June at key Vault by Vans stockists.
Check out the pics after the jump and let us know how you feel about these upcoming Vault by Vans Original Classics.
Vault by Vans Original Classics:
Available June 2013
OG Era LX in (Palm Leaf) Navy/Green – $65
OG Era LX in (Palm Leaf) Peach/Antique White – $65
OG Era LX in (Palm Leaf) Pool Blue/Black – $65
OG Style 36 LX in (Two Tone) Classic Blue/Dandelion – $70
OG Style 36 LX in (Two Tone) Orange Rust/Coconut Shell – $70
With all the dope customs that have hit the scene as of late, it’s truly been a thrill to see what imaginative creation will pop up next. Having already shared Cali Kid Drews “Creme” Air Jordan XI Low custom offering, we have another pair of custom Air Jordan XI Lows that will surely shoot to the top of your favorites list.
As classic as the “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI is, how sick would it be to see it in low top form. Looks like we don’t have to wonder any longer as sneaker customizer Dank Customs has turned the Air Jordan XI Low into yet another classic pair of customs.
Sporting some iconic XI detailing, along with the Space Jam movie logo on the insoles of the shoes, Dank Customs has created a true custom gem in the form of this pair of “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI Low customs.
As impressive as this pair of customs is, we’d like to hear how all you sneakerheads feel about Dank’s latest body of work. Check out the detailed pics after the jump and feel free to drop us a line below.
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Ewing Athletics set the sneaker world ablaze when they brought back the iconic Ewing 33 Hi. With the summer rapidly approaching, the good folks over at Ewing Athletics have yet another retro treat set to make its triumphant return to the sneaker world.
Stepping outside of the typical NYK inspired colorways, this black/red pair of Ewing Focus Retros will look to carry the torch that has been passed by the Ewing 33 Hi once they drop this coming summer. Check out the latest visuals and let us know how you feel about these upcoming classics.
Having already recently shared both the “Blue Leopard” and “Orange Leopard” Nike Air Max 1 FB with all you sneakerheads, it looks like the folks over at Nike have a lot more in stored for the fall/holiday season this year.
Pictured below, in the box full of upcoming heat, are all the kicks you sneakerheads can expect to see later this year. Include in the box are a pair of cheetah printed Nike Roshe Run FB, a dope pair of Nike Zoom Hyperflight in a ferocious “Tiger” colorway, along with a plethora of other kicks that will surely be revealed to us all soon.
Check out the box full of kicks and feel free to let us know which pair of kicks stands out the most.
Having already successfully brought the Air Jordan III to the Nike Roshe Run in the form of his “Air Jordan III” Roshe Run customs, JP Custom Kicks is back again with another sick Roshe Run Air Jordan III rendition.
For his latest body of work, Jp Custom Kicks uses the Air Jordan III “Pit Crew” as his muse to create this Nike Roshe Run custom with an “Oregon Ducks Pit Crew” vibe. Though the designer of the Nike Roshe Run, Dylan Raasch, has no sort of ties to the school, JP Custom Kicks shows us just how dope a canvas the Nike Roshe Run can be.
Outfitted with the same Air Jordan III look that drove his aforementioned pair of customs, JP’s attention to detail takes center stage yet again as all you sneakerheads will notice the Oregon O prominently placed on the tongue. Upon further examination, you sneakerheads will also notice a tiny set of duck feet about the back of the shoe which certainly bring this pair of custom gems full circle.
Posted after the jump are some ill shots of JP Custom Kicks latest creation for all your viewing pleasures. Check them out and let us know where these rank in comparison to his “Air Jordan III” Roshe Run customs.
Via JP Custom Kicks
As LeBrons tenth signature shoe continues to rise in popularity with each release, the lifestyle versions have also found their way to the top of many sneakerheads lists as well.
Multifaceted in its design, the Nike LeBron X has proven that it can dominate the worlds of performance and style simultaneously. Focusing more on the lifestyle side, we have some updated images of the “Black/Mint” Nike LeBron X EXT QS.
Sporting a clean black suede upper these luxurious Bron X’s are surely going to look dapper on the shelves of retailers if/when they drop.
Despite Nike having set a target release for two months from now, will you sneakerheads pick these bad boys up once they drop? Hit us up and let us know and enjoy the new pics.
Nike LeBron X EXT
This has become the year of the V. In 2013, we’ve seen that the more exciting releases of the year are those of the Retro 5 model Air Jordans. That trend continues as we are informed of a confirmed release date for the Air Jordan V (5) – Laney. The Laney V will stock as the start of the always promising holiday season. November 2nd, this model will be released to the public and will more than likely cause an uproar like other Jordan retros.
One of the more popular Air Jordan models, the Laney V is inspired by his high school team’s colors, the Laney Buccaneers. The last time that this colorway was on shelves was in 2000. It will sure be a coveted pickup for sneaker consumers of old and new. Are you excited about the Laney v release? Check
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For those of you who missed out on the Nike Air Max 1 FB “Fresh Mint/Pink Flash” aka “Yeezy”, all hope is not lost; Sneaker Politics, a brick-and-mortar shop out of the N.O., will be restocking these highly sought-after shoes at random times between now and Wednesday at all of their locations. For those of you not in the Lafayette area, fret not; they will be accepting phone orders!
Part of the Nike Air Max “FB” pack, the Air Max 1 FB utilizes the same fresh mint/pink flash motif that several shoes in the FC247 collection also make use of. For those that don’t remember (or simply missed it), the FC247 collection was a futbol-centric (hence the “FB”) pack of performance-driven shoes, each shoe meant to respond best to a specific surface; the shoes of the FC247 collection are, after all, “…designed for fooball anytime, any place”, according to Nikeinc.com. The Air Max 1 FB, with its light-yet-striking colorway, makes for a perfect warm-weather shoe. Whether you’re a “Yeezy”-obsessed fan or just someone in need of a dope pair of kicks for the summer, these shoes are worth a second look.
This release is in-store/phone order only, so don’t count on being able to grab these at their online store. Be sure to follow them on Twitter at @sneakerpolitics for all release info. They’ll be dropping 50 pairs a day, so you should have a shot at grabbing a pair, as long as you stay diligent and are on your A-game. Retail is $110.
Air Max 1 FB
Black/Fresh Mint/Pink Flash
Style Code: 579920 066
The Monday release is over. If you missed out, stay tuned tomorrow and Wednesday, as you’ll have 2 more shots at scoring these kicks. From your friends at SneakerFiles.com, good luck!
The Vans Classic Slip-On is a great summer shoe. It’s comfortable and easy to get on or off. What could make it any better? Vans answers that question with their latest offering for summer 2013 with tie dye. The canvas upper shows off a psychedelic “Tie Dye” pattern that sits on top of an all-white vulcanized sole. Black leather lining takes care of the inside of the sneaker. The shoe can be purchased now at the Vans online store.
Images of a new Kobe 8 colorway has emerged and it seems to be a Knicks proper look. Don’t expect Kobe to be going to New York however. The engineered mesh upper has been done up with a blue gradient with orange swoosh branding on top of it. The midsole features a speckled effect while multicolored laces accompany the sneaker. It is not yet known if these will release or not but stay tuned to fined out.
The Air Max 90 will be getting done up again in its Engineered Mesh form in a new eye popping colorway from Nike. This latest iteration features an all grey upper along with fluorescent orange on the midsole, heel badge and tongue tag. As of now there is no word on an official release date but Sneaker Files will definitely keep you updated with coming information.
In order to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Classic Leather, Reebok has teamed up with Berlin’s Solebox to create the latest version of the iconic sneaker. For this collaboration there is a combination of black leather and red suede creating a premium upper that sits on top of a contrasting white midsole. The Solebox logo is seen on the reflective heel, red and black waxed cotton laces also come with the sneaker. This project will release on Friday, May 24th at Solebox.
The ZX 750 is being offered up in two new colorways this May from adidas Originals. The retro version of the popular ‘80s runner comes in black and “Legend Ink”. Both variations come equipped with a nylon mesh toebox, suede on the overlay panels, leather, and also 3M material. Silver and white accent throughout the shoe. Both colorways can be purchased now at Eastbay.
Today we get an updated and detailed look at the upcoming Nike KD VI. The sneaker features a low cut and a 180 visible Zoom Air cushion.
A bright Yellow/Teal upper can be seen as well as the signature nike swoosh on the toe box and KD logo on the heel.
This colorway is expected to release on July 3rd on Nike accounts across the nation.
Nike KD VI
$130.00 – Men’s
$100.00 – Gradeschool
$68.00 – Preschool
$48.00 – Toddler
$40.00 – Infant
If you really thought the NBA could stop Lil’ Wayne from taking in some Playoff action live and in the flesh, think again (lol).
After his unforgettable rant about the Miami Heat,his own personal claims of being banned from damn near ever arena in the NBA and ticket disputes with OKC officials, Weezy was spotted sitting court side as he watched the Grizzlies defeat the Thunder in game three of their Western Conference Semi-Final matchup.
Comfortably clad in his Trukfit clothing, Wezzy enjoyed the game while rocking the “Fire Red” Air Jordan V’s that dropped back in January.
Check out the pics of Weezy and feel free to share any thoughts you may have in the comments section below.
Yesterday, we broke news of the “Fire Red” colorway of the Nike Air Force Max 2013 that is set to release on May 25th. Another familiar color will be released on the same day. Nike will be putting the “Grape” colorway out into stores. Nike Air Force Max has come on strong in the color department in its resurgence campaign of the original silhouette of the model. Since the release of the headlining “Area 72″ look of the sneaker, Nike has kept the essence of the colors simple, yet strong. Check out extra photos below of the upcoming release. Will this be an easy pick up for you?