Lebron’s shoe keeps hitting us – a new colorway almost every other week and they haven’t disappointed – consistency! This is a summer shoe – expect a mid June release – stay tuned with us for more info – see more shots below
These seem to be In the same vein of the KD “weatherman” – The KD VI has been set to release in mid August – no official word on the release of the “Meteorology” yet – stay tuned for more developments
Via Long 7
Nas took to twitter to tell the world about his new venture – Sneaker Store Owner! Dope.Can’t wait to see this unfold. – Stay tuned!
I was at a loss for words after seeing this dope a$$ custom – I let the homey KicksassoKustoms explain his reasoning for doing this custom : “Here they are! Nike AirMag Elite… I loved Back to the Future as a kid, and I didn’t want to disgrace its memory by throwing a ton of colors on this shoe or taking the obvious route by trying make these into a flux capacitor… I wanted to make a shoe that looks like an actual “2015″ Nike Elite should look like….. “
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The King and his wife enjoying that Miami weather rockin the Air Jordan XI white/red Low Applaud that man.
Photos Via Necole Bitchie
Nike definitely has to put out another colorway of the Yeezy’s – The internet has been going crazy ever since the all red Yeezy II’s surfaced. Stay tuned with us for more info.
shout out to Dj folk on the photo!
The Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 Bo Pack will be available on May 25 from select Nike retailers, Nike releases the Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 Bo Pack. Rendered in the signature Raiders black and silver, the design celebrates key elements of the Jackson’s monumental career.
As one of the most versatile athletes in the history of sport, Bo Jackson embodied cross-training in the 1990s, excelling professionally on both the baseball diamond and the football field.
In only four short NFL seasons, Jackson amassed 2,782 rushing yards and scored a total of 18 touchdowns. These numbers make it easy to forget he played the game as a self-prescribed “hobby”—reporting for duty only after his commitment to baseball ended. Part-timers aren’t supposed to burst through linebackers or take off for 91 yards in a single play.
Jackson’s dynamic athleticism was featured in the second “Just Do It” campaign in 1988 with a captivating series detailing a week of Jackson’s varied workouts. Who else was cycling, hooping and running all in the same shoe? The next year, Jackson became a pop culture icon through the “Bo Knows” campaign. We learned that the multi-sport athlete could do anything—except, perhaps, play guitar. To this day Jackson remains the godfather of Nike Training.
The Air Trainer Max originally dropped in 1991, with Jackson at the top of his career. Commemorating his balance of speed and power with the Raiders, the Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 Bo Pack calls out Jackson’s football prowess. Over a wolf grey reflective upper, the tonal straps read “Bo Knows” in reference to the seminal Nike campaign. The left heel features the Oakland Raiders logo while the right calls out Jackson’s iconic number 34. On the midsole, a newly designed shatter graphic references Jackson’s ability to break through barriers across any athletic encounter. The NFL Nike Game White Jersey with Jackson’s name and number on the back round out the pack.