With fourteen total games to recap, there are a ton of on-feet moments to catch up on in our latest installment of NBA Feet. Mo Williams wore his ex-teammate’s shoe with the Nike LeBron 11 “Away” seeing as how he can boast that his team sits atop his respective conference, while LeBron can’t just yet after the Heat fell to the Pacers. And although LeBron refuses to admit there’s a bit of a rivalry between Indiana and his South Beach squad, his shoes told a different story as he laced up the NBA Finals Elite PE for the big game. Other highlights included Tony Wroten wearing another retro in the Air Jordan XII and a pair of Suns breaking out the latest LeBron signature so hit the click for another recap and as always, voice your opinions in the comments.
Drake’s got a lot to be happy about in 2013, and these Air Jordan 10 PEs is certainly a big reason for celebration. The all-white upper is given the unprecedented icy-sole treatment, with golden speckling embedded into the bottom. Of course, what makes these Jordans an even more impressive piece is the OVO logo placed at the forefoot of the sole. So there it is – DJ Khaled isn’t the only guy getting personalized Air Jordans. Check out the full photo below and let us know what you think about this Drake x Jordan connection and we’ll keep you updated on any more specialties that the Toronto-bred rapper might have in store.
Another week came and went in NCAA basketball and there were a couple of close calls for some squads. Whether it was the Blue Devils escaping an upset while lacing up their respective Nike LeBron 11 and KD 6 PEs, or North Carolina skipping out on taking advantage of retros in lieu of new wave Jordan silhouettes like the Air Jordan XX8 and Jordan CP3.VII in that classic light blue shade, the past seven days offered up plenty of great selections. The three stripes glistened on the hardwood as well, as Louisville laced up their D Rose 4 connection in a tough loss to the Tar Heels, and that’s not even cracking the top ten teams so hit the click for a full recap and let us know which pair was your favorite.
Alright so you know about all the Doernbecher Nikes hitting tomorrow-but don’t forget about the other releases that are scattered in for the busy Saturday. The Air Jordan 28 SE will arrive in perhaps its most colorful version yet-that camo one that has a vague OKC Thunder feel with respect to the color selections. A couple of OG Nike Air 180s are also on their way, as is a new duo of CP3 releases to further hold you down on the performance end of Jordan Brand’s spectrum. Continue reading for a glimpse at each of the aforementioned releases as well as full style info on all of them.
There’s more to this year’s Doernbecher Nikes than just the Nike Air Foamposite One and the Air Jordan 10. Also coming out tomorrow is the rest of the collection, which includes recently hot models like the Nike Dunk Sky High, the Nike Roshe Run, and the Nike Zoom Stefan Janoski. What’s particularly interesting is that the last among those has been popping up at retailers other than the official Nike ones, which is unprecedented as far as we can tell. Continue reading for a complete look at this year’s group and watch for them to release tomorrow at Nikestore online as well as some of the brand’s bigger doors across the country.
If you thought the NBA season was off to a surprising start, then you haven’t seen anything yet from the collegiate level as a plethora of startling upsets happened in the second week of play. Whether it was upsets like North Carolina losing one at home to Belmont or even Iowa State beating 13th ranked Michigan, one thing is for certain – players are still trying to gel and they’re picking the right sneakers to do it in. Michigan State, Duke and Kentucky all received a handful of Nike KD 6 and Nike LeBron 11 PEs, and while they all vie for the top seed in the AP Polls, they’re also trying to win you over depending on your preference for either forest green or royal blue. So stick with us after the click to get a full rundown on the weekend’s best selections from our latest NCAA Feet recap and let us know which pair was your favorite in the comments.
After a weekend that saw plenty of on-court heat, this week got off to a fast start thanks to teams starting to settle into their respective places in the standings. The Miami Heat got back on track with a win against the Bucks, and while Dwyane Wade and Michael Beasley showed some consistency with their Li-Ning Way of Wade II and Air Jordan XI ‘Bred’ respectively, LeBron continues to ditch his latest for last season’s Nike LeBron 10. While Central Division foes Kyrie Irving and Paul George battle on the hardwood in Nike Hyperdunk 2013 PEs, both are playing at a level that would normally warrant a signature. Of course Tony Wroten and Monta Ellis were back in the Air Jordan retro selections as well, so hit the click to get a full rundown and let us know which latest NBA Feet moment was your favorite.
Happy Birthday Russell Westbrook! OKC’s very own and Jordan Brand’s finest brand representative Russell Westbrook has a game a lot like his personal style: risk-taking and head-turning. And while the NBA season is still young, there’s been a lot to look forward to – particularly since the superstar guard made an unforeseen early arrival from his season-ending injury an entire four to six weeks earlier than expected. In honor of Number Zero’s birthday festivities, we’ve decided to highlight some of his best moments under the Jumpman logo since the moment the partnership was made official back in October of 2012 to his heroic return earlier this month.
There’s something to be said for custom sneakers that manage to look like an actual retail creation. That’s sort of been the calling card for Ramses Customs, who we last saw come through with an incredible Command Force inspired Air Jordan 5. This time around his canvas is the Air Jordan 10, a pair that sports a combination of Oreo-like speckling and some gold paneling-which has earned them the “Oro-eo” nickname (Derived from the Spanish word for gold). Continue reading to see more on this straightforward pair and then get in touch with Ramses with any inquiries.
Two days into the new NBA season and we’re already playing catch up with the onslaught of choice selections around the league. The Cavaliers upset the Brooklyn Nets – but even more surprising were some of the footwear selections by the Home team. 1st overall pick Anthony Bennet came off the bench for the Cavs wearing the Nike Air Foamposite One “Electrolime” while new teammate Jarret Jack tried to top his selection in the Nike Air Flightposite Exposed “Zebra” and even Earl Clark laced up some heat with the Air Jordan IX “Bentley Ellis”. But beyond Lake Erie other noise was made with superstars LeBron James and Kevin Durant debuting their “Away” versions of the LeBron 11 and KD 6 respectively. Hit the click to get the full rundown of NBA Feet and let us know which pair was your favorite.