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Jordan Brand isn’t celebrating mediocrity with the upcoming release of this Air Jordan 1 High “Bronze Medal” edition. If anything, they’re honoring the spirit of competition at the highest level – the Rio Olympics.
Gold is certainly best. Silver is great, too. Bronze? Bronze is still REALLY good. And in the case of this Air Jordan 1 High, bronze equals classic American sporting heritage in a cascading black crackled texture that borders matching black leather. Metallic Red Bronze smartly takes flight at the Swoosh and Wings logo while a bright pop of Infrared 23 fill the Jumpman at the tongue.
A Jordan Release Date for the Air Jordan 1 High “Bronze Medal” is not yet available.
Air Jordan 1 High
Colorway: Black/Metallic Red Bronze-Dark Grey-White-Infrared 23
Style #: 332550-016
Source: Sneaker News
Appearing with greater regularity as the year solider on, the Nike Air Max Zero emerges today in a new colorway for the fairer sex.
Dressed in maroon shades across the upper with a gum outer below, hopefully this look is just one of the many forthcoming. Of course, this style was predated by black and white pairs that begin landing at retailers earlier this week.
Female fans of this Nike Air Max Zero can expect the release at NSW retailers very soon.
Nike WMNS Air Max Zero
Source: Sneaker News
Kobe Bryant may be retired from professional basketball, but he sure ain’t done with Nike. While sneakerheads anxiously await retro releases and hope for a Nike Kobe 12, he’s still pushing both his current signature and Mentality model overseas. Recently in China, our friends at Kicksvision had a chance to stop by the tour. See the Black Mamba in action in the photos below.
LeBron James is taking the Olympics off this summer, and we can’t really blame him. Riding high off his third championship, the Akron product has laced ’em up for the red, white and blue each and every opportunity over the course of his career. Still, the Nike LeBron Soldier 10 “USA” could pop up on the hardwood in Rio.
Based in blue, white branding, top strap and outsole provide contrast with hits of red scoring the progressive silo. Release details are unknown at this time, but the recent run of Soldier 10s suggests soon. Keep it locked.
Source: Sneaker News
Seemingly scheduled around Paris Men’s Fashion Week, Ronnie Fieg and Kith have teamed up with PUMA and premium Parisian retail destination colette for a capsule collection filled with a weeks worth of collaborative goods.
Complete with apparel, footwear and a tech component courtesy of Beats By Dre., the colette x PUMA x Ronnie Fieg Capsule Collection consists of both the Disc Blaze and reimagined Blaze of Glory to ensure proper sneaker representation. Each of the two styles take on blue and white hues that draw inspiration from colette’s signature color palette.
No release details for the footwear has been announced. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more details and peep some of the capsules pieces below, modeled by Fabulous.
So far this postseason, LeBron James has stuck to the script. He’s gotten back to the Finals for the sixth straight time — impressive — and he’s balling out in the Elite version of his current signature. Earlier this week, he excited sneaker blogs by breaking out an OG Nike Air Zoom Generation PE. Typically around this time of year, we also see him practicing in the next installment of his Soldier series.
Seen in photos from Sneakers Spy, the Nike LeBron Soldier X is pretty darn daring. Losing the laces for strapped support, this space boot of a sneaker is much bolder and riskier than previous Soldiers. We like that. Preview this pair below and let us know if you’re feeling them in the comments section.
Well, a new adidas Yeezy Boost has emerged. And no, it’s not the Grey/Gum 750 we’re all anticipating will release soon. It’s actually the newly vindicated adidas Yeezy Boost 650.
Revealed by insider baltsneakershow, the shoe features a mid-cut frame with what looks to be Primeknit construction throughout the upper. The midsole bears striking similarities to that of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 sole unit.
As you can see on the shoe’s tag below, this adidas Yeezy Boost 650 is labeled a “sample.” As of now, there is no word if this Yeezy Boost 650 will release. Stay tuned for more.