Vinti Andrews are a collaborative duo have been creating dog-shaped sculptures from kicks for awhile now. Nike just recently commissioned them to make this sculpture for the NBA’s All-Star Weekend next season. The sculpture is made up mostly of the Lebron X, the Kobe 8, and the Barkley Posite Max.
We see a lot of camo in the streetwear world nowadays, but there’s not too much “realtree” camo out there. Nike iD just added some realtree camo options for the AF1 model. These will be perfect for the upcoming fall season.
The Roshe Run’s are the latest Nike shoe to get the Hyperfuse makeover. They feature a mesh/suede upper with the mid foot panels being constructed out of Hyperfuse material. The Roshe Run Hyperfuse will be available in two colorways – light green/blue and red/navy. These will be available at NSW retailers this August.
This is an upcoming release from Nike featuring 3 different Hyperflights that all represent a different city in China. The different colorways represent a shark, a lion, and a tiger. They’re all getting ready to release exclusively in China, but expect a worldwide release on August 2nd.
It’s no surprise that with the success of the Air Yeezy’s that Nike would develop some sort budget model to appeal to the masses. This is the new Nike Sportswear Skystepper, and they’re beginning to hit retailers now. The official release should be this Wednesday, so be on the look out.
LeBron’s usually seem a bit to clunky and oversized for my liking, which is probably why I don’t own a pair. After seeing these “Black Suedes” in the X EXT model, I might have to change that. The upper half of the shoe looks slimmed down, and the colorway is very dope. Look for a limited release in the near future.