adidas Originals just took to Twitter to officially confirm the re-release date for the “OG” NMD silhouette. The coveted low-top was initially expected to roll out this past December 15, but was pushed back for reasons unknown. The innovative runner will be an exact iteration of the inaugural model, boasting red and blue sole plugs set against a black Primeknit upper. Read more…
Easily Jordan Brand‘s most iconic sneaker, the 2016 fall Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG edition of the Breds will be dropping just in time for the new school year with its original construction and the brand’s signature ”Bred” colorway — a standout mix of Black/Varsity Red-White. The model became infamous during the ’80s when Michael Jordan notoriously wore his pair to Chicago Bulls games. Disregarding the NBA’s “uniformity of uniform” rule. Original Breds like these haven’t been reissued since 2013. Grab a pair while they last when they release in Europe September 3rd. -HB
Nike Sportswear is back with a sleek rendition of the Mowabb silhouette. The sneaker receives an all-over black color treatment along its predominantly suede upper, with tonal synthetic overlays and perforations throughout. Staying true to its All Conditions Gear branding, a neoprene sock around the ankle offers maximum comfort and protection from wet conditions. Finished off with a subtle speckling along the midsole.
Nike’s Air Presto OG is back in a new summer-ready makeup. Following initial previews that hit the web earlier this month, we are now privy to more information on the sneaker’s well-appointed colorway. The latest “Island Blue” version boasts a richly colored upper enclosed by a translucent TPU cage and heel unit, further accentuated by white laces, Swoosh and heel tab. Watch for this edition to drop on September 4th. Read more…
Known as one of the Air Presto’s original color releases, “Unholy Cumulus” features a light blue color scheme, matched with a white mesh upper and red accents throughout. The shoe features a translucent light blue caging system, locking your foot in for utmost comfort, while its mesh construction ensures lightness and breathability. First released back in 2000, stayed tuned for more information regarding the colorway’s impending release.
Nike Sportswear is set to resurrect the “Neon” colorway of the Air Max 95 in celebration of its 20th birthday. Complete with an OG build, the design sees its signature paneled upper in shades of grey while a black midsole is juxtaposed with bright neon green accents on the likes of the nylon lacing loops, embroidered branding, rubber outsole and visible Max Air units. Retailing for $170, this classic will be available beginning Saturday, July 25.
Check out the brand new video from Droop-E entitled “OG.” The track was produced by BatmonOnTheBeatz and you can peep the trippy visual above. Enjoy!
The remaining number of original Air Jordans that haven’t been retrod will drop by one come August 30th when the Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue”arrives. The sneaker sort of bookended the first string of Jordan editions to feature a white/blue combination amongst their original colorways. Sure the Air Jordan 7 next year head the “Olympic”, but that one featured a darker navy and clearly a whole different theme. Continue reading to see how the 2014 Jordan 6 “Sport Blue” is shaping up and let us know if you’ll be picking this pair when they show up at the end of the summer. – Box Kev[more…]
Air Jordan 6 Retro “Sport Blue”
Color: White/Sport Blue-Black
Style Code: 384664-107
Release Date: 08/30/14