Posts Tagged ‘Returns’

Air Jordan 18 Returns in OG Wizards Tones Next Weekend

The Air Jordan 18 Black/Royal was an event for anyone old enough to be into sneakers when they released in 2003.

Worn by Michael Jordan during his final season in the NBA with the Washington Wizards, the AJ18 was as smooth and rich as Money himself. Styled in suede — only the black pair — a brush came with each set of shoes to keep them crispy clean after battle.

OG Air Jordan 18 Black/Sport Royal

While the OG White/Royal returned earlier this year in small doses to but to fast sales, we’re finally getting a Black/Blue retro for the first time ever on October 11th.

Adjusted for inflation (eye-roll), the new pair will cost $ 225 as opposed to the $ 175 they first retailed for. Still, dope to have these back. Keep it locked to Nice Kicks for updated imagery.

Air Jordan 18

Colorway: Black/Royal
Release Date: October 11, 2018
Price: $ 225

Source: Sneaker News


Air Jordan 11 Low “Snakeskin” OG Returns Next Summer

Few sneakers spark a bond with summer quite like the Air Jordan 11 Low. Originally released back in 2001, the shoe may have never been worn by Michael Jordan on-court yet they were donned by just about everyone else off of it. Next summer, one of the original colorways is set to return for the first time in over 17 years.

While several Air Jordan 11 Low “Snakeskin” styles have retroed since the shoe first released just past the turn of the century, the long-beloved navy iteration is the lone pair that hasn’t. But if rumors are to be believed, next summer that will all change.

According to several reports, the navy pair is set to drop next April. Images of the 2019 iteration have not yet been revealed. Stay tuned for additional details.

Air Jordan 11 Low

Style #: CD6846-102
Release Date: April 2019
Price: $ 185

Air Jordan 11 Low "Snakeskin"
Air Jordan 11 Low “Snakeskin”

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Nike Air Max 1 Premium “Work Blue” Returns Mini Swoosh

Aligned with atmos and Patta pairs, the famed mini Swoosh returns on the new Nike Air Max 1 Premium “Work Blue” release.

Making more out of the cultural cache of the double branding than say leather pairs inspired by sportswear in recent years, a plush palette of soft blues with equally lush composition make these a ringer for said styles that surfaced in the early-2000s.

The Nike Air Max 1 Premium “Work Blue” is available now at Sneaker Politics.


H-Town Sneaker Summit Returns This Summer

Love sneakers? Live in Texas? If you answered ‘yes’ to both, chances are you’ve already been to the H-Town Sneaker Summit. If not, time to get familiar.

Founded by our main man Kadoma, the event has grown over the years to become one of the highest attended and most celebrated meetups in sneaker culture. Big names like Bun B, A$ AP Rocky and Trinidad Jame$ have attended, with the show serving as a great place for a photo opp or a sought after pickup. More than anything though, it’s a great place to talk kicks with folks who share the same passion.

Taking place on July 22nd, tickets are available here.


Nike SB Air Force 2 Low Returns with “Escape” Vibes

When Supreme dropped a collection of Air Force 2 Lows we should’ve been smart enough to know there was more from that silo on the way.

While 2 Pac vs. Biggie pairs may feel like a slight reach, this “Escape” referencing release gets it right. Donning the same shades from the famous pack as seen on the Air Force III, this Nike SB Air Force 2 Low release is both unexpected and awesome.

Nike Air Force 3 Hi “Escape” 2005 (photo via Flight Club)

Hearty hues of brown balance out a white upper and black branding, with the best surprise coming in the SB tagging that warrants Zoom Air cushioning. Yes, please.

Pairs are available now for a reasonable $ 95 at Renarts.


Vans Custom Culture Returns with Big Prize

Supporting the youth, Vans Custom Culture is back and they’ve just announced their list of semi-finalists.

50 schools in all, the winner will take home $ 75,000 for their school’s art program. Voting is live now until May 4th with your chance to vote here.

Created in an effort to fight against budget cuts across the country pulling cash from the arts, this contest that has been running for years sees one school scoring the top prize while four runner-ups bring in $ 10,000 each.

Check out some of the applicants below.


Diddy Casually Returns To TRL For The 39th Time

Hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs holds the record for most TRL visits, so isn’t it about time we had him back? As expected, he made a grand entrance from the streets of Times Square before strolling into the building that he knows so well. During his historic visit, Diddy recalled some of his fondest memories on the show like being a rebel by waving to fans from the window which led to the police shutting everything down. (Sorry!)

“You gotta understand that this was the cultural epicenter of music,” he said. “Thank you to MTV for launching my career.”

Diddy also talked about his experience as a judge on The Four alongside DJ Khaled, maintaining an authentic personal brand, raising superstars of his own and cultivating talent within black communities. Later on, French Montana joined him on the couch for a big surprise—a generous donation of $ 200,000 from Combs Enterprise to Mama Hope! The Moroccan rapper also used his time in the spotlight to touch on the importance of programs like DACA. After that, they put each other on blast in a round of Most Likely To before Tinashe rolled through to premiere her brand-new music video for “No Drama.”

DC Young Fly and Tamara Dhia closed the show by presenting Diddy with an honorary jersey to hang in the TRL studio, complete with a heartwarming speech from the man himself. Watch it go down in the video below. TRL airs on weekdays at 4:00pm ET!


Nike Air Max 98 “Gundam” OG Returns Early Next Year

The Air Max 97 has dominated 2017 in its 20th anniversary celebration like few imagined it would. Thus, Nike can only hope to see similar success next year with the return of the Air Max 98 for its 20th marker. They also appear to quickly right a wrong from the shoe’s earlier retro run in 2016, which saw a glaring absence of one OG colorway fans are still waiting for.

Kicking off the year strong, Nike will return the highly coveted “Gundam” colorway – one that didn’t release last year when the model was championed by its Supreme collaboration. Dressed in a patriotic white, red and blue palette, the OG is tentatively set to release on January 18. Keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more details on the 20th anniversary release of the Nike Air Max 98 “Gundam” next year.

Nike Air Max 98

Colorway: White/Anniversary Red-Obsidian
Release Date: January 18, 2018

Nike Air Max 98 "Gundam"
Nike Air Max 98 “Gundam”
Nike Air Max 98 "Gundam"
Nike Air Max 98 “Gundam”

Source: US11


Air Jordan 2 “Melo” Returns in 2018

Carmelo Anthony, wherever he plays next year, will by and large lace up pairs of his upcoming Jordan Melo M14. But next year Jordan Brand is taking it all the way back to 2004, Melo’s time in the Mile High City, and a famed PE he donned during that time.

Come next year, we’ll finally see the return of the beloved Air Jordan 2 “Melo” PE. The Nuggets centric model, outfitted in University Blue and Varsity Maize, is reported to return next spring. The tentative May 2018 release date will be this Air Jordan 2’s first time back at retail in 14 years.

Stay tuned for more on the “Melo” 2’s right here at Nice Kicks.

Air Jordan 2 “Melo”

Colorway: White/University Blue-Varsity Maize
Style #: 385475-122
Release Date: May 2018
Price: $ 190

Air Jordan 2 "Melo"
Air Jordan 2 “Melo”

Source: soleheatonfeet


The “Mini Swoosh” Returns on the Nike Air Force 1 Low

Incredibly Ekin steeze, the not-so-famed but still appreciated Mini Swoosh branding has returned to the Nike Air Force 1 Low.

Seen with higher praise on the Air Max 1, the toe-box touch taps an Uptown full of Ralph Lauren vibes. Will the Mini Swoosh bring the Big Pony out of the stables? Giddy up, these just might.

Already available overseas but since sold out at Billy’s, peep this pair in the photos below.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh
Nike Air Force 1 Low Mini Swoosh


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