Saturday, December 31, 2011
Air Jordan X Retro “Chicago”
Air Jordan X Retro
Air Jordan IV Retro “Cement”
Neutral Grey/Varsity Maize-Dark Charcoal-Sapphire Blue-Varsity Red-Black
Pharrell proved shortly after their debut that the Nike Zoom Force 1 snowboarding boot can make for an outrageous fashion choice, but even the Arbito-penned collabo version can’t hold a candle to this latest ‘pair’ in terms of sheer audacity. Jewelry designer Osamu Koyama brought his Complete Technique label to work on this insane Zoom Force 1 ‘American Eagle’ project, a golden take on the anime ‘Saint Seiya’ whose look is finished nicely by a removable opal pendant and chain. These weren’t exactly made for riding the slopes, but they probably would indeed shred your wallet.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Many will point to the 1990′s as the greatest decade of Nike Basketball, but some will even narrow down that span to the mid-90′s, when classics like the Nike Air Max Tempo came to life/ The full-length truncated Max Air unit and boot-like design is something you probably won’t see in today’s Nike Basketball catalogs, but the Tempos were undoubtedly one of the hottest items both on the court and on the streets back then, and with these new Spring 2012 Retro releases, the Tempo is about to relive some of its past fame. Sneaker News already gave you the heads up on the availability of the White/Black-Mystic Teal colorway, but don’t hold your breath too long because a White/Navy and all-new Grey/Neon will hit stores very soon. - via sneakernews.com
Monday, December 26, 2011
Sunday, December 25, 2011
"It's worth getting trampled over just to get them what they need". Your kids don't "need" Jordans. They need food and a education. As long as people are hype'n over kicks like this the higher the prices will go until the middle and lower class will start to try and kill each other because only the upper class will be able to afford it. Mean while nike get paid. Nike rakes in estimated sales of $1 billion a year on Air Jordans. Remind me again of all the things MJ does to give back to the inner city again... still waiting...
It's funny what's important to people now a days.
Smh... For Jordans you locked your babies in the car. wow... Well haa haa to those who didn't get a pair because they went out acting a fool for them and to those who copped a pair after waiting decades in line, my paycheck thanks you and i hope it was worth it.
Final note, Imagine if no one in the world purchased a pair of Jordans on there release date how much of a price drop those high price pieces of cloth cardboard and plastic would be...
The Nike Zoom Rookie LWP is the second hybrid NSW created from the Air Penny series and its offshoots, this new Dynamic Blue and Wolf Grey colorup a nice middle ground between the legendary ‘Orlando’ colorways and the variety of grey tones that have been oh so popular these past couple years. The white/black colorway just released as what will likely remain the last Zoom Rookie of 2011, so are you ready to move into next year with this bold new pair?
Sneaker heads as you can see below have already beat the 2012 hype for these and copped them early.
Nike Zoom Rookie LWP
Dynamic Blue/Dynamic Blue-Wolf Grey-White
The recently opened Nike Portland. Wristbands were given out the day prior and a special event at 7 AM was held for those who purchased the shoes; Air Jordan XIs were on display (OG and Retro Concords, Retro+ colorways like the ‘Snakeskin’) as was a rare sketch drawing of the Air Jordan XI. Tinker Hatfield, the designer of the massive cultural fashion phenomenon, was on hand to autograph Concord XI boxes for the event’s attendees. We’ve got some shots from the event from oregonlive and nikeblog so take a look at this great even and if you haven’t copped your Concords yet, pick up a pair now on eBay. - Via Sneakernews
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
With the past couple of Nike Zoom KD IV releases like the ‘Nerf’ and ‘Weatherman’ getting snatched up so quickly, you’d better have a plan for KD’s latest from the Nike Basketball ‘Christmas Pack’. Its closest relative based purely on the colorway, the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Copper’, was gone off retail shelves in the blink of an eye-so don’t expect heads to sleep on these either.
Nike Zoom KD IV
Metallic Bronze/Black/Chilling Red
The baseball portion of Michael Jordan’s sports career is one that most would probably want to look over, but despite not reaching levels of success and stardom as he did with basketball, Michael was still a competitor that trained hard to reach the pinnacle of excellence. Unfortunately, it didn’t take long for us to realize that slam dunks and sweet jumpers didn’t translate to frozen ropes and oppo-hitting, and once the MLB lockout in ’94 went in full swing, Michael decided to feed his insatiable appetite for competition in the sport he knew best (and merely went on to win three more NBA championships). Because Jordan’s time with the Birmingham Barons was so short-lived any Air Jordan products that were made for MJ during that tenure is considered quite rare, and this autographed, game-worn pair of PE Cleats in this sick display case certainly falls under that category. Just 45 displays exist, but you can bid on one by visiting this live auction from pdarmos on eBay. - via sneakernews.com