Following a recent reveal of the Nike Kyrie 3 “Cookies and Cream,” the silhouette will also be delivered in a contrasting colorway with a black base. The “Tuxedo” Kyrie 3 will be contrasted by white on its Swoosh logos and speckled midsole while “Volt” coloring provides it with that standout feature on its outsole. White also makes its way across the mid-foot as a highlight to its black lacing.
The Nike Kyrie 3 “Tuxedo” is scheduled to drop on July 21 for a retail price of $120 USD at select Nike Basketball retailers.
Acknowledged as one of the most dominating two-sport athletes in recent memory, Bo Jackson throughout the late ‘80s into the early ‘90s, caused raucous for opposing teams both on the football field and baseball diamond. To help celebrate the legend of Bo’s historic career, we now take a look at a new version of his Nike Air Trainer SC High sneaker in this “University Blue” color scheme. The uppers take on a premium suede/leather finish in the Tar Heel-inspired tone, with an Air-enabled midsole unit rounding out the design. Retailing for $130 USD, the new Nike trainer is available now at such retailers as Jimmy Jazz.
In other Nike news, check out the Nike Air Max Flair with “Solar Red” accents.
Finally after months of speculations and rumors Lonzo Ball is officially a Los Angeles Lakers, having been the No. 2 pick overall during tonight’s NBA Draft. With that celebration, it comes as no surprise LaVar Ball and the Big Baller Brand have unleashed a new colorway of Lonzo’s ZO2 sneaker. Decked out in Lakers’ signature colors of purple, gold and white, the new Lakers model will be selling at a retail price of $495 USD.
Look for Lonzo to rock the new colorway on and off the court. The eldest son of the Ball clan has also become the first player to have a signature shoe before being drafted. Head over to Big Ball Brand’s website to pre-order now.
The Black Mamba’s post-retirement signature kicks are showing no signs of slowing down: Nike is set to kick off the month of July with an “Igloo” edition of the Kobe A.D. and now you can add a “Purple Stardust” colorway to the fray. The perfect homage to Bryant’s Lakers heyday, the kicks come decked out in purple and sport black accents on the branding, speckled midsole and rubber outsole. Finally, to bring the L.A. inspiration full circle, golden Mamba logos decorate the insoles.
Like the “Igloo” drop, the “Purple Stardust” Kobe A.D. is due out July 1 for $160 USD.
After making its way to the new Air Flight Huarache Ultra, the OG Air Flight Huarache look is returning on yet another Nike silhouette. This time around, the Fab Five’s old blue/purple/white/black look is making its way to the classic basketball high-top’s running counterpart, the Air Huarache. Here, a white mesh base sports a “Hyper Violet” neoprene bootie to go along with “Blue Jay” leather overlays while black accents handle the likes of the TPU support wrap, toe bumper, and rubber outsole.
A nice nod to a classic, these are available now via nike.com for $110 USD.