If you watched the US Men’s Basketball team win gold today then you may have noticed that LeBron was rocking some new kicks. It turns out that those kicks were the latest addition to his signature line of Nike shoes. His 10th signature model (LEBRON X) features a patriotic red, white and blue colorway and is equipped with all kinds of unique Nike technologies including a Zoom unit across the bottom, Flywire technology, Hyperfuse construction, and the Nike+ Basketball system. It’s crazy to think that LBJ is in the 10th year of his contract with Nike. I can still remember when his first shoe dropped. Anyway, no word on the price tag yet, but I’m going to guess that it will be right around $250.
In these next few weeks, you would be hard pressed to find a single article of clothing that would be more dope than one of these 1992 vs 2012 “Dream Team Collection” shirts/tanks/crews from 0 To Lose. This lineup is sick. AND, I’ve got a discount code for you to save 15%.
All three of these are timeless shoes from Nike if you ask me. The Nike Shox BB4 was probably my favorite childhood sneaker. They definitely looked a lot better than the adidas Kobe’s that came out around the same time. You got to love the Sneakhype-ish colorways as well.
Welp… tonight’s the night folks. Bron Bron and The Flash face off against Durantula and the gang in the 2012 NBA Finals. There’s still time to grab one of these tees or tanks from 0 To Lose before the champion is crowned. Or, rep your hometown hero from a fallen squad during the playoffs and throughout the summer. This line from 0 To Lose is easily one of the best NBA-themed offerings from street wear brands this season.
This is a series of photographs put together by Tim Tadder that showcases the possible evolution of sports. They all definitely have that Tron vibe going on. If I ever played tennis on a court up high like that, they would ban me for life with how many balls I would lose.
Alright friends, felt like doing something fun this year. Everyone loves filling out brackets right? Well, not only do you get to fill out a bracket, but the winner will come out with a mighty fresh Sneakhype X Entree Lifestyle t-shirt. Instructions after the jump.
These uniforms are up to 40% lighter than standard issue, and almost 4000% more obnoxious. adidas is definitely trying to follow suit and match the attention-grabbing exclusive uniforms Nike has put out for various schools (most notably the Oregon Ducks). I’ll have to see them on the court to really decide if I either love ‘em or hate ‘em.
This is why I wish KU was sponsored by Nike instead of adidas. For the 2012 basketball season, Nike hooked up Duke, Arizona, Kentucky, Syracuse, Connecticut, Michigan State and Florida with signature apparel lines. The limited edition collections feature the Destroyer jacket, AW77 hoodies, crewnecks sweaters, and an assortment of tees and hats.
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