It’s hard not to take a look at a pair of sneakers wearing the combo of black, white, and tour yellow and not be reminded of that Air Jordan 4 “Tour Yellow”. Then again this is a football shoe we’re talking about (The Nike Air Max Speed Turf) so maybe the black/yellow combination is a Steelers one. And we’d say that wouldn’t be too big of a stretch of the imagination considering how many other NFL-themed releases the shoe came with back in 2012. Get with us after the break to see what’s going on with this new Nike trainer retro and grab them for yourself from the team at Eastbay.
The Nike Air Max Light is a sneaker that’s seen a spike in interest over the past week or two thanks to the a confluence of yet another pack from Size?, the upcoming string of Essential versions, and the new Comfort 1.0 build. Coming from the parent company of the aforementioned Size? is this grey and blue concoction that doesn’t appear to be under the umbrella of the “Essential” releases. Take a better look at the shoes below and pick up this Nike Air Max Light release now from JD Sports if you like what you see.
The Nike SB Janoski may have cooled down just a little bit now that the digi-floral frenzy has died off, but folks who have been checking for the silhouette since before that wave no doubt still have their eyes on them. Another one that’s on the way is this-a black/crystal mint/night factor version that features a pretty interesting texture across the upper. Stay with us after the break to get the full set of images on this new release and keep it locked on Sneaker News to find out when you can pick up a pair at your local Nike SB skateshop.
There’s a Nike Kobe retro coming out this weekend. Once you get over how crazy that is, take some time with us to hear about what other sneakers are releasing on December 7th, 2013. Kevin Durant and LeBron James also add something to the conversion with new versions of their latest, New Balance gets some help from Saint Alfred, and that BEAMS Nike Blazer release is heading to Nikestore believe it or not. Continue reading for a complete run through of tomorrow’s releases and give us a heads up in the comments if there’s a particular pair you’ve got your eye on.
Next year you can expect Jordan Brand’s retro catalog to expand to include models other than those that Mike made famous. The early days of Carmelo Anthony’s signature line with the brand will be revisited via the retro of this, the Jordan Melo 1.5. Shown here is the sneaker in a brand new black/cool grey combination, one that ends up looking the most like that black/metallic silver version of the shoe from the first go-round. Continue reading for an exclusive set of images on this upcoming pair of retro Jordans and watch Sneaker News for updates regarding their release.
Can you imagine a 3-man basketball squad that could possibly be better than the team up of Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, and Santa Claus? This quick clip from Reebok Classics teams the three of those up for a Christmas-time game down in sunny Miami, giving each of the team’s players a separate pair from the “Ghost Pack”. Keep in mind that at the very least Cam’ron amongst them can certainly ball-he was allegedly a Top 25 nation wide high school player for the class of 1994. Take a look at the clip, also featuring the Reebok Kamikaze II, Reebok Question, and Reebok Shaq Attaq, and watch for these pairs in stores on 12/20/13.
It appears that Mark McNairy is not yet done having his way with classic adidas silhouettes. Pictured here is his take on the adidas Pro Model, which opts for a grey suede build and some bold branding on the back end that trades the typical Trefoil logo hit for the word “WRONG”. As far as we can tell these haven’t been renamed like so many of the other Mark McNairy x adidas releases-they’re being billed as a straight Pro Model. Get another look with us after the click and check back in on Sneaker News to find out when this pair will be at your local adidas Originals account.
December is a month that’s always been marked by all sorts of “Christmas” themed sneakers and it’s no different for 2013. Reebok is throwing their hat in the ring with a trio of sneakers inspired by certain literary ghosts-this Reebok Shaq Attaq joint picking up a “Ghost of Christmas” present look. It’s a little hard to spot in these photos but the outsoles are indeed icy on this particular special edition. Continue reading for more on the Reebok Shaq Attaq and remember you can grab them on pre-order now from the good folks at Sneaker Politics.
The Nike Air Python is shedding its skin this winter and transforming into the Nike Air Python Lux. What’s the difference? The 1987 build this time features a more colorful palette along with a vachetta leather treatment on the collar and into the interior. On the way this month are a black and red pair (And let’s not forget that snaked out Dover Street Market Python iteration). Continue reading to see official images for both of shoes and keep your eyes peeled for more specific sneaker release dates for this, and other, Nike Retro pairs right here.
Deion Sanders’ legacy with Nike lives on via the Nike Air DT Max ’96. The shoe was a left turn of sorts for his signature line what with the bubble on the back end. This time around we’re previewing yet another colorway from the brighter end of the spectrum-a tonal purple joint that mixes in atomic orange via the accents. Continue reading to get the rest of the images on this Nike Retro release and let us know in the comments if you’ll be adding them to your Prime Time shrine when they make it to American shores.
Nike Air DT Max ’96
Color: Court Purple/Imperial Purple-Atomic Orange Style Code: 316408-500