Friday, May 26, 2017


The Jordan Spiz'ike OG "White/Cement" Is Set to Return This Summer
Originally turning heads starting in 2007, Jordan Brand is going back into its selection of non-signature silhouettes to bring back the Spiz’ike. For the uninformed, the mashup pays homage to Michael Jordan’s 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 20 signature models. Its White/Cement colorway will hit shelves without any change to its original aesthetic such as elephant print on its toe and heel, exaggerated tongue, lace lock and more.
The Jordan Spiz’ike OG in White/Cement will make its comeback on June 20 for a retail price of $160 USD at select Jordan Brand retailers and online.
Jordan Brand Unveils "River Rock" Design for the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Camo
Continuing to build upon the Air Jordan 1 Retro line, Nike and Jordan Brand have revealed plans for a “River Rock” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Camo. The latest iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High is built around a red and grey design, with a tasteful, carefully-constructed camo layout placed blended in with the grey coloring. Particularly observant, sharp-eyed fans will notice that this new take on the Air Jordan 1 Retro has a great deal in common with the layout of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Bred”sneaker.
You can run through a couple shots of the “River Rock” edition of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Camo above; expect the item to arrive in-store and online soon. Earlier this month, we learned of yet another camouflage spin on the Air Jordan 1. Last week, sneakerheads were also treated to an in-depth, closer look at the OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 1 collaboration.
A Better Look at Nike's Air Force 1 High Tech Craft "Obsidian"
NIKE has unveiled the first high-top model from its upcoming Air Force 1 Tech Craft Pack in “Obsidian.” The debut colorway boasts a dark navy blue leather upper that is offset with hits of “University Red” at the throat, tongue tab and leather lining. Other design specs include perforated details at the side panel, a woven mesh vamp and embossed branding throughout. All of this premium material sits atop a classic crisp white sole unit. Take a full look at the Nike Air Force 1 High Tech Craft “Obsidian,” which drops in-store and online on May 27, and share your thoughts below.
For more AF1 drops, Nike’s new Olympic-inspired Air Force 1 ’07 Low has a double Swoosh.
adidas Originals Set to Release a size? Exclusive "Pine Green" Bermuda Colorway
The adidas Originals Bermuda is perhaps one of the more underrated silhouettes created by The Three Stripes since its initial launch in the 1970s. For 2017, the German sportswear giants have teamed up with U.K sneaker boutique size? to release an exclusive Bermuda in a “Pine Green” colorway. The low-top lifestyle sneaker sees a premium dark green suede upper with the same hues found on the lining, laces and tongue branding. Pulling everything together is the horizontal Three Stripes and the back of the outsole which is presented in a maroon color. The adidas Originals “Pine Green” size? exclusive releases on Friday, June 2 both in-stores and online.
While you wait, check out this week’s hottest sneaker releases.
New Balance's Tribute "Cumbrian" Pack Gets a Release Date
New Balance Cumbria Pack 1500 770 CT300 - 3826013
New Balance Cumbria Pack 1500 770 CT300 - 3826014
New Balance‘s UK manufacturing operations found its humble beginnings in 1982 in the quiet county of Cumbria in North West England. Home to the sneaker company’s storied Flimby factory, Cumbria has become a symbol of UK manufacturing quality and a constant source of inspiration for the New Balance design team throughout the years. Paying homage to said legacy, New Balance has unveiled a new footwear collection inspired by its Cumbrian roots. The upcoming pack consists of three classic models — the 1500, 770 and CT300 — featuring design references that draw from the Cumbrian flag’s green, blue and white color scheme. The New Balance Cumbria Pack will drop on June 3 at select New Balance stores.
In case you missed it, New Balance gave its 597 an all-leather rework.

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