October 2008 Page 2 of 10 SNEAKHYPE
Here is a look at an upcoming colorway for the Jordan Six Rings. As you probably know the six rings were made to commemorate Michael Jordan’s six NBA Championships. These kicks come in a Midnight Blue, White, Wheat, and Red colorway. They also feature several graphics placed on the sides of the sneakers and include “The Shot”, “MVP”, ‘98, and other important aspects of Michael Jordan’s legacy.[Via Sneakerfiles]
I’m not really sure if this pattern would look good on any other sneaker than the Air Force 1. You can basically do anything to those kicks and it is gonna look pretty good. These feature a brown leather toe and a lumberjack checker scheme in the back. They are set to release next month. [Via Sneakerfreaker]
We gave you word of this ice tray a while ago, but it was out of stock at the time. As promised, we are letting you know that it is now back in stock. It’s only 15 dollars. Seriously, how can you say no to buying this? One of the dopest novelty items I have ever seen. Act fast; I’m sure they will sell out quickly as they did before. Get it here.
Here is a sneak peak at Jordan’s latest Fusions. These are the Air Jordan Six Fusion in a white and infared colorway. The picture is not the best but they still look fresh. They are being released on January 31st, we’ll keep you posted. [Via 23isback]
These are the Nike SB Dunks nicknamed the “Mosquitos.” These creative kicks consist of a assortment of colors and material including a vanilla, red and black color-way with leather, patent leather, and suede. They also feature a mosquito graphic on the inside on the sole. [Via Sneakerfiles]
For the past few years, Nike and Jordan have hooked up with the Doernbecher Childrens’ Hospital to release a series of charity sneakers in which proceeds would go to help funding the hospital. For this collaboration, Tony Taylor a.k.a Mr. Boober was the designer on this pair of Air Jordan 1’s.These kicks feature a beautiful black and blue gradient design, with palm trees illustrated along the side panels. They are gonna be released to the public on November 14 for $125.00.
This is the award-winning building that was built using pre-fabricated elements in order to keep costs low. This simplistic building is located in the dutch town of Enshede. It features 27 homes as well as a large retail section. Basically it is environmentally friendly and it looks cool too. [Via DesignCorner]
If you’re like me, and are too lazy and frugal to spend money on something you’ll wear for one night, then why not get these nike SB dunk low freddy krugers instead? Or how about these ALIFE NYC x Asics alligators? Just a quick note here… my son who is now a little over 16 months old, says the word “alligator” like a champ now. I mean, of course yalready know he is a champ, but did you know his English is top tier pro? [via sneakerfiles]
Just got an email from this dude over at Paxanga, which is a company over in Spain that is really bringing the freshness. They have all sorts of eye candy to check out; you can bet that we at sneakhype will throw up a whole bunch of stuff from them in the future. For now, here are some dope toys we found real quick. They are priced fairly, and you can get them here.