Straying from the light and breezy OG mesh construction, the Nike Air Max 90 gets a suitable cold-weather makeover with this leather-constructed version in Black, Wolf Grey and Blue Legion. With its set of hues that are almost a flip-flop of the original “Laser Blue” Air Max 90, you could almost think of these as the winterized version of that OG white, blue, black and grey edition–made ready to stand up to colder temperatures with the leather upper and the increased winter-time dirtiness with a darker palette. Expect these at stateside Nike Sportswear retailers soon, or you can pick up a pair now from select overseas shops like Caliroots.
The bad press continues for those simply waiting in line for a chance to get their hands on the Legend Blue 11s. Only days after chaos in Houston, nearly 300 people lined up at Toledo, Ohio’s Franklin Park Mall around 3:30am for a Finish Line raffle offering. We all know the story next. The crowd became unruly, pushing and shoving ensued, and the minimal security force decided it was a good idea to launch a few pepper spray canisters into the crowd to calm everybody down. It’s worth noting that no serious injuries occurred, no arrests were made, and people were able to resume waiting for the tickets after the situation simmered down. The mall will be more prepared on Saturday, when raffle winners return to claim their prize. Watch ABC’s coverage of the Air Jordan 11 Legend Blue madness after the break and let us know if you’ve had any problems trying to grab your raffle tickets for this year’s Air Jordan 11 retro offering in the comments section.
Nike Sportswear has made use of iridescent patent leather atop a few special releases in the past and it looks like Jordan Brand took notice. Introducing the new Air Jordan 4 GG “Pearl” – a shoe that is right in line with the upcoming Air Jordan 11Lab4 given the monochromatic nature of the colorway. With a light refracting base, the silver pair looks to be another girls exclusive. Stay tuned for more of this iridescent Air Jordan 4 for the girls and let us know if you’re a fan of the look in the comments section.
There are several significant dates on the sneaker calendar that one should be aware of every year, and most of them encircle the basketball genre – we’re talking Nike signatures, Foamposite-related releases, All-Star, and so forth. One tradition that’s been, quite frankly, falling in the ranks of importance is he debut of the flagship Air Max shoe, a sneaker that for a long stretch in the brand’s history was Nike’s most important product roll out of the year. There are a number of reasons why the annual Air Max shoe doesn’t get the love it’s used to getting, but it’s mostly due to the shoe’s high retail price, the rising popularity of the lesser-priced Flyknit, the evolution of the running shoe towards a minimized midsole, and the fading “wow” factor that we expect from a shoe with such an honorable name (or maybe we’ve just been spoiled).The last few years, Nike has really focused on the actual Air Max construct of the sneaker, giving the full-length Air unit a true bare-foot “Free” like anatomy while pumping it with as much gas as possible. Not saying the upper designs have been a miss, but it’s hard to say if there has been that iconic design that truly lives up to the 95s and the Plus-es of the lineage. In comes the Air Max 2015; thick, Dynamic Flywire cables on the upper, daring Air Max branding on the unit itself, Engineered Mesh (an underrated material that continues to impress), and the bold reverse-Swoosh on the heel make up the list of features on the upcoming sneaker, and by the first look, we can deduce that the Air Max series can’t be ignored. These are likely to launch at the end of the year, so check out the first detailed look and let us know what you think of the next Air Max shoe of the legendary series.
As we previewed earlier, the bevy of Black History Month sneakers are beginning to be unveiled as we are only one month away from the celebration of African-American history. As that moment approaches, we get a preview of a highly-anticipated model as we get a glance at the Nike KD 7 “BHM”. This Black History Month take on the 7th signature model from the Nike Kevin Durant line features black and white hues, as the aforementioned shade of black canvases the forefoot of the model. In addition, gold accents are seen along the KD branding, which can be found along the mid-foot strap. For those looking to hit the court in style this year, stay locked to Nice Kicks as we look to gather additional information regarding this commemorative silhouette.
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