Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Gets a Modern Future Mesh Upgrade
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star might be known for its signature canvas upper, but recently, the classic model has been receiving material upgrades by way of Nike‘s Flyknit technology. This time, the Chuck Taylor All Star gets fitted with Modern Future Mesh. The forward-thinking model boasts a sport-inspired double mesh upper, lightweight Nike Hyperfuse construction and a contoured full-length Phylon outsole for a breathable and comfortable step. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Modern Future Mesh comes in light blue, off-white, emerald green and beige, and is available for £75 GBP (approximately $94 USD) at Converse’s online shop.
Nike Dresses Its Air Shake NDestrukt in Pastel Blue for Easter
With Easter around the corner, Nike decided to give the Air Shake NDestrukt a proper pastel makeover. Set to release later this month in red and all-white colorways, this iteration of Dennis Rodman’s sneakers are just as vibrant as some of the colors he donned on his head during his playing days. A combination of pastel blues in suede and leather cover the upper while cream is featured on the midsole and the outsole is finished off with a third shade of blue.
Fans can head over to retailers like Titolo on April 17 to purchase these for $140 USD.
Nike's New Air Icarus Extra Radiates Orange and Purple
After dropping off the Air Icarus Extra in “Iced Jade” and “Light Orewood Brown” back in February, Nike returns with another fresh, vibrant colorway for the summer months. Featuring a “Radiant Orange” and “Voltage Purple” palette, the duo of vibrant colors are presented on a white upper with a mix of leather and mesh. The orange is used on outsole for an accent effect as well as the rear heel for “Nike Air” branding and on the inner tongue liner and tongue branding. A nod to the bright and expressive colors of the ’90s, this pair of Air Icarus Extras are the perfect pair of runners to add to your summer rotation.
You can grab your pair now at retailers like Titolo for $130 USD.
Nike's Latest LeBron 14 Takes Cues From King James' Hometown Gym
With the NBA playoffs right around the corner, Nike and LeBron James are heading back in time, paying homage to King James’ hometown gym with the latest rendition of James’ signature LeBron 14. Aptly dubbed the “Red Brick Road,” the kicks come with a predominately “University Red” upper and sport a speckled white midsole so go along with black accents and an icy blue outsole. Inside the tongue, the kicks sport another nod to James’ roots in the form of a “Just A Kid From Akron” inscription.
The LeBron 14 “Red Brick Road” is set to hit Nike Basketball spots this Saturday, April 15 — the same day the Cavs kick off their first round series against the Pacers — for $175 USD.
Could This Be the adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 "Multicolor" That Finally Drops?
The multicolor palette is a popular choice for sneakerheads in the summer months — with Nike re-releasing the “Multicolor 2.0″ Flyknit just last weekend — and now what appears to be adidas’s multicolor UltraBOOST 3.0 has resurfaced. Instagram user ylt_r3 showed off the pair which features a full multicolor run along the Primeknit upper like the version that surfaced on Christmas last year, but this time the translucent black cage is a solid deep obsidian blue with matching sockliner. Like the previous unreleased sample, this one is also married to a white BOOST sole unit. Could we finally be seeing the release of this pair just in time for summer?