Category Archives: Nike Basketball

This Upcoming Nike Zoom Fly SP Colorway Is Inspired By The Big Apple

In terms of popularity, adidas may have surpassed Jordan Brand, but Nike is rightfully proving to be worthy competition. In response to the widespread popularity of the adidas Boost soles, Nike introduced their own variation earlier in 2017, in the form of the ZoomX. The Nike Vaporfly Elite, which Eliud Kipchoge wore during his 2-hour marathon, was the first sneaker to be equipped with the ZoomX. Prior to introducing the Vaporfly Elite though, Nike had designed a few prototypes, which ended up serving as the basis for the Zoom Fly SP, which is set to arrive in a New York City-themed colorway. Continue reading This Upcoming Nike Zoom Fly SP Colorway Is Inspired By The Big Apple

Jordan Brand Has Decided To Discontinue Carmelo Anthony’s Jordan Melo Signature Sneaker Line

The 2017–18 NBA season will be Carmelo Anthony’s 15th season. While Carmelo will be donning a brand new Oklahoma City Thunder uniform designed and sponsored by Nike, it seems that he will a brand new Jordan Melo model. So far, Jordan Brand has released 13 Melo models, the latest one being the Jordan Melo M13, which is also the final model because Carmelo’s signature is being reportedly discontinued indefinitely. Through OKC’s preseason games, Carmelo was mostly spotted rocking the M13. Now that his signature line has ended, he will apparently be wearing new Air Jordan 32 colorways and other Player Exclusive iterations during his 15th season. Continue reading Jordan Brand Has Decided To Discontinue Carmelo Anthony’s Jordan Melo Signature Sneaker Line

This SoleFly-Exclusive Air Jordan 17 Low Is A Variation Of 2002’s “Lightning” Colorway

Sneakerheads reading this may or may not remember the Air Jordan 17 OG Low “All-Stars” or “Lightning,” which made its retail debut at a price of $150 on June 1st, 2002. Around that time, i.e. during the 2001–02 NBA season, Michael Jordan was dominating in the league after suddenly returning to the sport and was constantly making headlines. Michael Jordan actually rocked the Air Jordan 17 Low “Lightning” during the 2002 All-Star Game, which included an astonishing setback when MJ missed a wide-open dunk. Now, it seems that Jordan Brand and SoleFly are collaborating to whip up an exclusive variation of the Air Jordan 17 Low “Lightning.” Continue reading This SoleFly-Exclusive Air Jordan 17 Low Is A Variation Of 2002’s “Lightning” Colorway

The Upcoming Nike Zoom Vapor Tour AJ3 Has Already Debuted At atmos Tokyo

Sneakerheads may recall the atmos x Nike/Jordan Pack that made its retail debut back on March 18th, 2017 at a price of $400. The pack was the highlight of the Jordan releases 2017 that arrived at retailers that weekend. Considering that it was an exclusive pack, just about every sneakerhead wanted to get their hands on the Air Max 1 and the Air Jordan 3 pairs that were included in the pack. The atmos x Nike/Jordan Pack ended up being available at several different retailers. This time though, atmos in Tokyo will be first retailer to offer the upcoming Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3. Continue reading The Upcoming Nike Zoom Vapor Tour AJ3 Has Already Debuted At atmos Tokyo

The Nike LeBron 15 Debuts In October & Will Arrive In Four Colorways

As sneakerheads may recall, Nike dropped the LeBron 14 last year on Christmas Day and the debut launch of the sneaker nearly caused a riot at House of Hoops by Foot Locker in New York City. It was late in August 2017, when reports began circulating that the Nike LeBron 15 would be making its retail debut earlier than expected, with four colorways apparently scheduled to arrive next month, in October 2017. Around the same time, LeBron James was spotted practicing at UCLA and the pair of kicks he was laced up in was being reported as the Nike LeBron 15 due to its visible Zoom Air soles. Continue reading The Nike LeBron 15 Debuts In October & Will Arrive In Four Colorways

This Jordan Super.Fly 2017 “Toro” Will Arrive At Stateside Retailers In Fall 2017

Back in July 2016, it had only been five years since the debut of Blake Griffin’s first signature sneaker from Jordan Brand, the Super.Fly. In terms of performance, the five models from the Super.Fly line that have arrived so far have managed to impress. Moreover, Jordan Brand has continued to make the primary tech of Blake’s signature line more and more affordable for sneakerheads. By now, sneakerheads have probably been anticipating the release of Blake’s latest signature model, the Super.Fly 2017, which will eventually join Jordan releases 2017. There have been several previews of upcoming Jordan Super.Fly 2017 colorways, and now another one has been unveiled. Continue reading This Jordan Super.Fly 2017 “Toro” Will Arrive At Stateside Retailers In Fall 2017

The Nike KMTR Premium Is A General Release Variation Of The NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR

Back in May 2017, Nike introduced a rather elaborate and intricate new sneaker model, and it was the ACG.07.KMTR. According to Nike, they drew inspiration from a brown paper bag for this new silhouette. In fact, Nike designers actually scrunched and shaped a brown paper bag into a shoe around their feet in order to come with the design of the ACG.07.KMTR, especially its single-piece uppers with wide opening for the wearer to enter their feet. However, the limited NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR was merely the predecessor to the KMTR Premium, which is a more general release variation and is scheduled to make its retail debut in two different colorways. Continue reading The Nike KMTR Premium Is A General Release Variation Of The NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR