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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…

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Hasbro & Blizzard’s ‘Overwatch’ Give D.Va’s Signature Light Gun The NERF Treatment

After getting a look at the NERF Reaper Hellfire Shotgun releasing next year, Hasbro’s toy gun division recently unveiled yet another upcoming take on the weapons found in Blizzard’s Overwatch.

This time around the infamous Light Gun wielded by pro-gamer turned mech pilot D.Va is given the NERF…

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XBOX/PlayStation Sneakers, New adidas Signature Shoes, and More

This week’s edition of Top Stories was all about first looks and release information for a number of the NBA’s top star’s signature sneaker lines. For adidas, the Harden Vol. 3, the Dame 5, and John Wall’s first signature sneaker were all revealed, and it is safe to safe that the Three Stripes is taking risks with its 2018-19 basketball footwear. On the Swoosh sides of things, the KD11 was finally unveiled, and Kyrie Irving is set to release his first ever low-top opti…

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Kevin Durant’s Next Nike Signature Shoe Is Revealed

Once again, the Swoosh Brand dominated this week’d edition of Top Stories, with the introduction of the brand new KD 11 silhouette, a monumental collaboration with UNDERCOVER and the reveal of another colorway of Travis Scott’s customizable Air Force 1. It wouldn’t be a week in the sneaker world without Virgil Abloh and OFF WHITE, as two brand new colorways of his deconstructed Nike Blazer sneaker hit the internet as well. adidas’ heritage was on display this week as …

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Chris Paul’s 11th Signature Shoe With Jordan Brand To Debut In “Rocket Fuel” Colorway

Chris Paul is ready to unveil his 11th signature shoe with Jordan Brand tonight during tonight’s key match-up between the Houston Rockets and the Portland Trailblazers. CP3 is certainly a veteran of the signature shoe process, having done ten other models with the Jumpman since he officially signed on with the brand. The CP3.XI boasts five key elements that propel the Houston guard to perform at an elite level on a nightly basis. These include lockdown (mid-foot strap), traction (modifi…

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Russell Westbrook Honors Late Friend Khelcey Barrs With His Jordan Signature Shoe

In 2004, Russell Westbrook’s best friend Khelcey Barrs collapsed and died after a game of pick-up basketball. Throughout his career, Russell honored his late friend by writing Khelcey’s initials on his shoes, but yesterday the reigning MVP and Jordan Brand released a special colorway of his Why Not Zer0.1 to officially honor KB3. The navy, red, and gold colorway of the shoe features the KB3 autographed inscribed on the tongue of the shoe to immortalize his name on Westbrook’…

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John Wall’s New Deal With adidas Doesn’t Include A Signature Shoe

After a prolonged sneaker “free agency” that featured the Wizards star guard wearing mostly Nike and Air Jordans, John Wall announced his return to adidas with a new deal that will pay him not only less than his previous deal with the German sportswear brand, but doesn’t include a signature shoe. According to details acquired by Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated, John Wall’s base salary is $ 4.825 million, which is significantly less than the $ 7.5 million he was cashin…

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James Harden’s Next adidas Signature Shoe, The Harden Vol. 2, Will Release In Mid-February

James Harden’s second signature sneaker was first introduced in this boisterous color scheme that sports a melon upper that is also infused with tropical graphics that make for a very loud look. Its BOOST midsole is the thickest of its kind that has every appeared on an adidas sneaker, and it will continue to be the most significant design element for this silhouette. The textile midfoot of the Harden Vol. 2 also comes with a new customizable lacing system that joins in on the increasin…

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