Monday, May 22, 2017


The "Bordeaux" Look Comes to the Deconstructed Air Jordan 2
“Mint Foam” isn’t the only colorway coming to Jordan Brand‘s upcoming “Deconstructed” rendition of the Air Jordan 2. Coming soon to the slim-downed design is the iconic “Bordeaux” look. Unlike the Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux,” however, these come entirely draped in the wine-inspired hue as it hits everything from the suede upper, eyelets, and laces to the lining and sole unit.
Sans bulky collar padding, these Air Jordan 2s — like the aforementioned “Mint Foam” release — are set to hit Jordan Brand retailers this Wednesday, May 24.
Nike "Shock Drops" Its Air More Uptempo "Night Maroon" Edition
    Nike’s Air More Uptempo model has been receiving more eyes as of late thanks to the recent collaboration alongside Supreme. As a result, the Swoosh has added more fuel to the fire with a surprise launch of the model’s previously previewed “Night Maroon” edition. Nike SNKRS has “Shock Dropped” the colorway in order to keep followers on their toes and also provide fans with a fitting surprise for the support. Moving forward the “Shock Drop” system will release coveted pairs at unannounced times.
    This special launch follows a similar formula performed on the Just Don x Air Jordan 2 released this past Mother’s Day weekend via “SNKRS Stash” and is currently live at select retailers and for $170 USD.
    Closer Look & Release Date for the Upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low "Baron"
    The Air Jordan 11 Low is set to welcome another colorway paying homage to MJ’s past. This time around a familiar “Baron” aesthetic is placed on the model sporting a mix of black, white and metallic silver — an homage to Jordan’s days on the baseball field with the Birmingham Barons. Its midsole and outsole both sport white coloring while its patent leather portion hosts black in addition to the rest of its upper.
    Priced at $175 USD, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Baron” will launch on May 27 at select Jordan Brand retailers and online such as Sneaker Politics.
    The "Red Carpet" Gets Rolled out for the Nike LeBron 14
    A familiar colorway will soon be making its way onto the Nike LeBron 14. Seen on the Nike Air Max LeBron 7 before, King James’ latest signature model will soon receive the “Red Carpet” treatment. The color combo of black, “Hyper Turquoise” and “University Red” reunite with black being the dominant out of the trio. “Hyper Turquoise” can be found on its translucent outsole in addition to its Swoosh outlining and exterior stitching. “University Red” subtly makes its way onto the silhouette’s branding on the tongue for its finishing touches.
    The Nike LeBron 14 “Red Carpet” is expected to launch on May 27 for a retail price of $175 at select Nike Basketball retailers and online.
    NikeLab Introduces a New Version of the Air Oscillate for Roger Federer
    Nike Oscillate Evolve RF Roger Federer - 3821551
    Two decades ago, Pete Sampras donned the Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Oscillate for the very first time, rocking the kicks on his way to the second of his back-to-back U.S. Open titles. Now, after dropping a patriotic rendition of the shoe earlier this year, Nike is giving the 20-year-old design an overhaul for the G.O.A.T., Roger Federer. Dubbed the Oscillate Evolve RF, the upcoming NikeLab release features the shoe’s original upper, but ditches the OG sole unit in favor of a more streamlined look that harkens back to the Swoosh’s tennis silhouettes of old.
    Look for clean white and navy renditions of the design — in leather and nubuck, respectively — to hit NikeLab spots this Thursday, May 25.

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