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New Nike Kobe A.D. Surface at Drew League

Even after Kobe Bryant retired his signature sneaker line is still one of the most worn by basketball players across the globe.

NBA superstar DeMar DeRozan is a huge fan of Kobe sneakers. The Nike athelete serves as the active face of the Kobe signature line after the man himself retired.

Today at the Drew League, DeRozan was seen wearing a pair of brand new Kobe sneakers which is rumored to be the latest Kobe AD model.

This sneaker is rumored to be released on Kobe Day this year. Please stay tuned for more information on this sneaker.

Images via Drew League


The Best Kicks On Court At The Drew League | Week 1

words // Nick DePaula:
images // Aaron Poole / Drew League

All summer long, the Drew League in Los Angeles plays host to some of the best offseason basketball in the country, with a collection of amateur hoopers holding their own against NBA stars in a weekly league of games free to attend.

As you’d expect, players are also breaking out an array of sneakers throughout the weekend, as the Nike-sponsored league is known to not only debut new silhouettes, but also feature vintage classics and surprise pairs. We’ll be checking in every week to highlight some of the best kicks on court spotted at the Drew League, starting with a range of current signature models from the Kyrie, KD and PG lines, along with past Nike Basketball favorites like the Kobe 11 and Foamposite Pro. Of course, The Game even broke out a recent hyped release.

Check out the lineup from this past weekend’s slate of games, and let us know your favorite pair by tweeting @NiceKicks and the @DrewLeague. Be sure to check out the upcoming calendar of games to view the action for yourself if you’re in LA this summer.

Nike Kobe 11

Nike PG1

Nike Kyrie 4

Nike Kyrie 4

Nike KD 10

Nike Air Foamposite One Retro


Nike KD 7

Nike PG1 iD

Nike LeBron 15 Low

Air Jordan Retro 1 Off-White (worn by The Game)

Nike PG2

Nike Hyperdunk 2017

Nike Kobe AD 360 NXT


Drew Bezanson Goes “Uncontainable” For Red Bull

As an international BMX icon, Drew Bezanson isn’t exactly afraid of heights. The Canadian professional is renowned for pushing the vertical limits of BMX riding and taking his frame to new heights in competition. In a new video by Red Bull, Bezanson again challenges the status quo by building a custom ramp from abandoned shipping containers, returning with the “Uncontainable” video. The custom build – located near Bezanson’s hometown of Truro, Nova Scotia – was ideated to challenge the Canadian’s own sense of fear and temporality, and was built in conjunct with renowned ramp builder Nate Wessel. Sit back, strap in and enjoy the video above.


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