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It was back in 1996 when Kobe Bryant had graduated from high school and he signed with adidas directly after. It was not until Summer 2003, after he broke his deal with them a year earlier and remained without a deal for the year, that Kobe Bryant finally signed with Nike. Three years later, Nike launched his first signature sneaker model in 2006 in the form of the Nike Zoom Kobe 1 and 9 years later, his eleventh signature model is now on its way.
Now that the Lakers’ shooting guard is retiring, the Kobe 11 designed by Eric Avar will likely be his last signature model. The Kobe 11 is still as lightweight as its predecessors, but this will be the first time for Nike to incorporate Flyknit with a thermoplastic polyurethane yarn into the upper of one of their basketball shoes. The rest of the model resembles the Kobe 10 to quite an extent. The heel features a combination of full-length Lunarlon foam and a Zoom Air unit, while the silhouette is also equipped with a mesh tongue that makes it breathable and a translucent outsole. Continue reading Kobe 11
Avid sneakerheads probably recall the “Snow Camo” pack of the Nike Air Huarache that exclusively hit the shelves at Foot Locker Europe only when it was originally released. 2014 was actually quite a dominant year for the Nike Huarache, unfortunately stateside sneakerheads were not able to grab the nearly all-black and all-grey Air Huarache “Snow Camo” iterations. While the entire pack is not going to make a comeback, but Nike Sportswear is bringing the black version of the sneaker, which will finally make a global retail debut on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading The Black Air Huarache “Snow Camo” Returns Both In Europe & The U.S.
For some reason, Nike got the idea to pay homage to City of New York with a collection of five of their most popular signature sneaker models, which have been collectively dubbed the “Tale of Two Cities” pack. All five of these sneakers will kick off the fall season with a premium new black and metallic silver construction and this collection was initially being referred to as the “Crackle” pack because of their unique look. While potential upcoming Nike release dates 2015 are still being speculated for the retail debut of this pack, sneakerheads have probably already picked their favorites.
The five sneakers that this “Tale of Two Cities” pack comprises of will be featuring a matching color scheme. The color combination is supposed to represent the fact that New York has always been known to be one heck of a tough city. In particular, the metallic silver overlays are a representation of New York City’s metallic subway trains and towering skyscrapers. The “Tale of Two Cities” pack includes Nike’s renowned models, namely the Nike Air Force 1 High, Nike Air Force 1 Low, Nike Air Huarache, Nike Air Max 1 and the Nike Air Pegasus ’83.
These dark versions of these iconic basketball and running shoes are made up of suede, which is dressed up in ominous black. These sneakers are adorned by crackled metallic silver overlays, which can spotted over the heel panel, mudguard and in the case of the Air Max 1 rendition, even over the Nike Swooshes. These are probably the most stylish colorways of these particular models that sneakerheads have seen all year.
Hence, sneakerheads who want to add some flair and pop to their wardrobe are probably hoping to get their hands on this collection. The “Tale of Two Cities” pack, which is also going by the name of the “Metallic Silver” pack, will hopefully arrive at retailers on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015
March is the month in which Nike has revealed that they are planning to drop a “Lunar Midnight” Pack, which will include three of their best running shoe models. In celebration of Air Max Day 2016, Nike has also announced an Air Max Convention that will take place in Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo. Nike is also bringing back the Zoom Talaria, along with the classic “phone number” ads, which arrives on March 31st. Nike has also unveiled the brand new LunarEpic Flyknit running model, which draws inspiration from a soccer cleat. Nike has also dressed by the Roshe Run in summer-ready prints and apparently the Zoom HyperRev 2016 will be a part of this year’s Net collectors Society collection. Of course, Nike also continues to drop new iterations of their more popular Air Force, Air Max, Kobe, KD, LeBron, and other such models.
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The very first Nike-related news that surfaced in February was that of the return of the original Hyperdunk. The same day, Nike’s 2016 NBA All-Star Collection of apparel and footwear was also officially unveiled. Nike also introduced the new Swoosh Hunter lifestyle sneaker. As every year, Nike once again dropped a new Foamposite colorway for the All-Star Weekend, dubbed “Northern Lights.” Perhaps the biggest and most memorable KD 8 release of February was of the “Aunt Pearl” iteration. Nike also dropped the Flyknit Racer “Blue Cactus” in mid-February. After a brief hiatus, the LeBron 13 also once again hit the shelves in a “SVSM” rendition. This was followed by several Air Max, KD and LeBron releases. Nike also announced that original Mayfly runner will be making its comeback too. Continue reading February 2016 Nike Release Dates
Rise is the first ever basketball development program and reality documentary by Nike. The aim behind this program is to inspire young Asian basketball enthusiasts, especially those in China, to hone their skills on the court and realize their true potential in this sport. Nike Basketball recognizes the love and passion their fans in Asia have for the sport and in honor of this admiration, they unveiled the Nike “Rise” Collection that will soon arrive at retailer son one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading Nike Basketball’s “Rise” Collection Is Inspired By The Outdoor Basketball Culture In China
Sneaker1>>Sneaker Collection>>Kobe 10
Once the 2014–15 NBA season arrived, sneakerheads had started anticipating that Nike was ready to take Kobe’s signature line to the next level. In November 2014, Nike had already unveiled three new colorways of the Kobe 10 that arrived at retailers in 2015. The Nike Kobe 10 is a combination of innovations of Kobe Bryant’s previous signature models and the latest, revolutionary technological advancements. Overall, the 10th Kobe silhouette reflects both Bryant’s performance on the court and his personality. Continue reading Kobe 10