Tag Archives: Releases

KITH Releases A New Balance 99X Classics Collection

New Balance has always prided themselves on their heritage silhouettes and their quality construction. Both play an undeniable part in their legacy, and are unquestionably two of their most defining features as a brand. Now, the Boston-based company has tapped KITH for an expansive archival collection consisting entirely of their most esteemed silhouettes that aims to establish a new design formula for future NB releases. Entitled the “99X Classics” collection, the 22-sneaker effo…

Via: Sneaker News

Kobe Bryant’s Next Nike Signature Shoe Releases On Kobe Day

Kobe Bryant is still a presence in the game of basketball largely due to his popular performance shoes with Nike. This August 24th, dubbed Kobe Day, will see the release of the newest signature shoe of the Black Mamba’s post-retirement era, a silhouette that was first debuted by Demar Derozan at the Drew League. The retail price is set at $ 140, which makes sense given the lack of a highly engineered Flyknit upper. Still, the shoe’s slip-on bootie construction and Zoom Air cushioni…

Via: Sneaker News

Paul George’s Nike PG 2.5 “Racer Blue” Releases Next Week

Having been overshadowed by off-season storylines the likes of LeBron James to the Lakers and the seemingly never-ending Kawhi Leonard saga, Paul George’s return to Oklahoma City was relatively quiet. While PG-13’s NBA future was his most significant happening from the off-season thus far, his appearance at Fornite’s pro-am tournament at E3 in LA was what caught our eye. On George’s feet during the event, was the very first pair of his brand new PG 2.5 sneaker, the sam…

Via: Sneaker News

adidas Originals Quesence Releases In Collegiate Green

The Three Stripes seems to have a nearly endless reservoir of heritage shoes to pull from for their Originals line. From well-known silhouettes to cult favorites, the German brand’s rich history is fully on display with their slate retro releases, and the latest classic to see a re-release is the somewhat under-the-radar Quesense, a 90s trainer. Arriving in a striking “Collegiate Green” colorway, the shoe’s upper offers a combination of suede and mesh with metallic det…

Via: Sneaker News

UA Releases The 3-D Printed Architech To Celebrate Ray Lewis’ HOF Induction

When discussing the pantheon of NFL linebackers, one would be remiss to not mention the centerpiece of two Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens defenses very early on in the conversation. Of course, we are referring to the former Miami Hurricane and soon-to-be National Football League Hall of Famer, Ray Lewis. During his seventeen years with the Ravens, Lewis amassed a laundry list of achievements that includes two AP Defensive Player of the Year Awards as well as Super Bowl MVP honors in 2000…

Via: Sneaker News

Pro Skater John Shanahan Releases A Collaborative E. Tribeka With DC Shoes

After a colorful joint effort with Japan’s atmos was revealed in June, the new E. Tribeka from DC Shoes is returning to the collaborative spotlight again, this time in conjunction with longtime DC team member John Shanahan. Coinciding with DC’s “Yours For The Taking” campaign, Shanahan’s exclusive E. Tribeka nods to the creativity and self-expression prevalent in both skateboarding and streetwear. Utilizing a striking combination of red and white, the shoe boasts…

Via: Sneaker News

Saucony Releases A Shadow 5000 Vintage In “Send Help” Colors

Nike SB’s iconic “Send Help” Dunk High colorway has become an incredibly influential release, having provided sneakers from a number of brands with inspiration. Next up, is the Saucony Shadow 5000 Vintage that can be seen dressed with a bold blue upper that calls upon white and black for contrast. Premium suede is added to the blue elements of this particular design, while its toebox and other white panelling use a more traditional mesh construction. Fans of this new look, o…

Via: Sneaker News

Nike’s 1-100 Pack With Removable Patches Releases This Friday

The DIY aesthetic was pushed hard throughout the first quarter of 2018, with Nike Sportswear offering up a collection of blank-canvas classics with stencils and other artsy tools to allow consumers to customize shoes to their liking. Removable Swoosh logos and patches also came into play with several releases like Travis Scott’s Air Force 1 collaboration, the Air Foamposite Pro for All-Star Weekend, and these two women’s exclusive icons of the Air Max 1 and Air Force 1 dressed in …

Via: Sneaker News

The adidas Continental 80 Releases On June 20th In Three Colorways

Initially, the return of the Continental 80 sneaker from the late 1980s was set to be called the adidas Rascal, but now, it appears that it will return under its original monicker. Serving as inspiration for the popular adidas Yeezy Powerphase line from Kanye and the German Sportswear brand, this simplistic sneaker is straight out of the Three Stripe’s never-ending archives. Equipped with a red and navy stripe down its upper as well as a terry-cloth interior, it is an exact copy of the …

Via: Sneaker News