Here we have a detailed look at the latest colorway of the KD7. The “Uprising” is outfitted in an eye-catching Turquoise and Electric Yellow colorway. The outsole and Swoosh also feature an atmospheric-inspired graphic. As many of you may know, the KD7 takes inspiration from lightning and other atmospheric events. This colorway definitely fits that theme.
On October 2nd, The University of Oregon will take the field sportin’ these new uniforms to honor cancer survivors and to help raise awareness for the fight against women’s cancers. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund will also make a $100,000 donation to the Oregon Health & Science University Knight Cancer Institute. The collection is also available on nike.com.
Nike will soon be releasing these one-of-a-kind Flyknit Roshe Runs that were made by using excess yarn from previous Flyknit model spools. Each individual shoe will be unique, so even when you buy a pair each shoe will not be the same. These will be available on October 4th at nike.com.
Richard Sherman and Nike just recently released this new campaign called “Never Finished.” The set of videos attempts to show the mentality of “There is no finish line.” Cameos in the series include Johnny Manziel, Victor Cruz, Ken Griffey Jr., Damon Wayans Jr., and more.
Yesterday, Nike held an event to officially unveil the all-new LeBron 12 model. The LeBron 12 is designed to enhance LeBron’s explosiveness while combining three key benefits: superior cushioning, harnessed support, and natural flexibility. There’s an initial 7 colorways that will be releasing with the first one being available on October 1st. The LeBron 12 will also be available on Nike iD.
Ever wondered what goes into designing Nike products? Well, a lot of it has to do with “The Art of Science.” This will give you an inside look at what the Nike Explore Team does.
As if athletes lives weren’t luxurious enough, Nike and the design team at Teague have created this ultimate private jet concept for basketball teams. These are just computer-generated mock-ups, but they look like they’re straight from the future. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this sometime in the very near future.
This Saturday, Nike will be releasing the highly anticipated LeBron 11 “What The Lebron.” The shoe has start arriving at retailers, so be sure to check your local shops for availability. First rumors of this being incredibly limited have started to go away, and word is this will be more of a general release. Either way be at retailers like Sneaker Politics early.
Two recent Nike staples have been combined into one in this amazing shoe. The Flyknit Roshe Run is available now in two different colorways that both look amazing. Two of the most cozy shoes you could combine, and only $125? Count me in. Available at KITH now.
Right now, there’s a ton of talks going on about whether or not Kevin Durant will end up leaving Nike for Under Armour, but that has certainly not stopped Nike from releasing a ton of great KD models & colorways. The newest from the KD line-up is this lifestyle version of the KD 7. It’s definitely not something you would expect, but they look pretty dope!
I don’t know what it would be very easy to play basketball on this court if the LEDs were moving around, but it definitely looks awesome! The court is located inside the “House of Mamba” that is a part of the Nike RISE contest.
This is hilarious. Claire Wyckoff has been using the Nike+ running app to draw things with her running route. Her most popular works of art feature penises. I can’t tell if this is great marketing for Nike or not. She has a Tumblr up now where she posts her masterpieces.