Nike's SNKRS Station pop-up will officially be open to the public today and if you're in the New York City area you'll have an opportunity to test out The Swoosh's new 'SNKRS' app. The shoe-box shaped shop, which is located at 348 Bowery, has the 'Gold' Foamposites, Nike Hyperchase, Air Pythons, Air Command Forces and much more in stock.
Furthermore, as previously mentioned, consumers will have the opportunity to experience the 'SNKRS' app first hand which will allow users to purchase a selection of limited edition footwear.
'Eventually everyone who wants Yeezys will get them.' That's what Kanye West had to say in an interview with Ryan Seacrest this morning regarding his much anticipated Adidas Yeezy Boost release. By now most of you know the kicks will initially launch in the New York City area on February 14th.
According to Kanye, the pig-sueded Yeezy Boost- of which only 9,000 were made- will carry a $350 price tag. Speaking with Seacrest, 'Ye said;
The Yeezy Boost has officially been unveiled and February 14th has been pegged as the initial release date, though the launch will be limited to the NYC-area. The release coincides perfectly with the NBA's All-Star Weekend which, of course, will take place in the Big Apple this weekend.
As Jordan Brand celebrates it's 30th anniversary at the NBA's All-Star Weekend in New York, the Jumpman, along with Warner Bros., has officially announced plans to bring back the Hare Jordan campaign.
Jordan and Bugs Bunny originally teamed up for this campaign back in 1992 following MJ's first NBA championship, and we can look forward to the return this Spring.
The NBA's All-Star weekend is quickly approaching and Jordan Brand has unveiled their plans to release a 'Laser Pack'-in honor of the festivities- which will include the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan XX.
Each sneaker is similarly designed with pearl-inspired coloring, laser printed uppers, icy blue outsoles and reflective detailing.
Over the weekend, Kanye West's first collaboration with Adidas, the Yeezy 750 Boost, officially leaked. 'Ye debuted his new sneakers at last night's Grammys which gave the internet another opportunity to critique his much anticipated Adidas release.
We're all aware that 2015 is going to be a big year for Jordan Brand as they celebrate their 30th anniversary with a number of 'remastered' classics. Joining the all-time favorites are bound to be some new-look celebratory pairs, including this 'Laser' Air Jordan 1.
While Kanye West continues to pump out cryptic tweets leading us to this mysterious 'Yeezy.Supply' website, images of the Yeezy Boost- his first collaborative sneaker with the Three Stripes- have leaked.
The high-top kicks are built on a premium suede upper, complete with a midfoot strap, and feature the Adidas Originals Boost sole. All signs point to an official unveiling/possible release on February 12th at 4pm, which coincides with the NBA's All-Star Weekend and New York Fashion Week.
As Jordan Brand continues to celebrate their 30th anniversary this year, they have officially unveiled their 'Pinnacle Performance Collection,' aka the 'Pearl Pack' in honor of the NBA's upcoming All-Star Weekend.
The All-Star sneakers included in the Pearl Pack are the Jordan XX9, Jordan CP3.VIII, Jordan Super.Fly 3 and the Melo M11. You can look for these kicks on the feet of All-Stars Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin and of course CP3 and Melo.
As part of Nike Sportswear's 'Constellation Collection' for the NBA's All-Star weekend, these $275 'Mirror' Foams will be launching at retailers.
The Nike Air Foamposite One 'Mirror' will officially release on February 15th, the day of the All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden.
There's not much to discuss in terms of the sneaker's construction- you either love it or hate it. A chrome color scheme cloaks the entire upper of the gaudy foams with star-studded accents throughout and special 'Nike/NYC' branding on the heel tab and insole.
The best backcourt in the NBA has sneaker deals with Under Armour and Anta. And I'm the Queen of England.
Strange as it is, one of those statements is actually true.
Klay Thompson, who was recently named to his first All-Star team, will officially announce his new partnership with Chinese Sportswear brand Anta before next weekend's All-Star festivities in New York. If you're unfamiliar, some other NBA'ers who are partnered up with Anta include Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo.
The wait for Kanye West's Adidas collab is almost over. A photo uploaded to IG, via Renaissance menswear buyer Rahmon Ehlen, reveals that the Kanye x Adidas line will be unveiled during New York's fashion week on February 12th. Yeezy's most anticipated Adidas collab is the Yeezi 3, though there's sure to be a ton of hype for his clothing line as well.
Adidas has officially unveiled a new revolutionary app that allows consumers a new way to get their hands on the most sought after sneaker releases. The app, called 'Confirmed', verifies a users location and allows the consumer to reserve a sneaker that is releasing in their area, thus nullifying the use of 'bots' which automatically add releases to the cart regardless of location.
Jordan Brand's 2015 lineup has sneakerheads saving every penny heading into the new year, but the Jumpman isn't the only brand that's brining out the classics next year. Nike has plans to release a 'De La Soul 2' Nike SB Dunk High which is built on a white base, just like it's low-top counterpart.
The kicks feature the familiar graphic print which was inspired by the classic '3 Feet High And Rising' De La Soul album cover. The 'De La Soul 2' SB's are scheduled to hit select Nike retailers on February 13th.
Although it is the shortest month of the year, February is always loaded with sneaker releases, thanks in large part to the NBA's All-Star game. Guys like John Wall, Kyrie Irving and Stephen Curry will be receiving their very first All Star signature sneaker, whereas the veterans like LeBron and Kevin Durant will be adding another to their ASG collection.
Kobe Bryant won't be debuting his 10th signature sneaker this season, as he underwent season ending surgery on his torn rotator cuff a few days ago, but that hasn't stopped Nike from officially unveiling his newest sneaker today.
Although he was named as a starter on the Western Conference All-Star team, Kobe Bryant will not be competing in the NBA's glorified pick-up game thanks to a torn rotator cuff which will keep him sidelined for about nine months. That said, Nike will still be officially unveiling his tenth signature sneaker on January 31st.
Many of the 'All-Star' sneakers that have been unveiled, save Stephen Curry's 'Dark Matter' Curry One, are built on a neutral white and black colorway. LeBron's ASG sneaks follow the white and black trend, though there is enough splashes of color to save these from being basic.
Kanye West went on The Ellen Show today to talk about a number of topics, including his departure from Nike and his new role with Adidas. No, Yeezy didn't deliver any news regarding the much anticipated 'Yeezi 3', but he did take the opportunity to give some insight into his time spent with The Swoosh.
J. Cole turns 30 years old today, January 28th. He was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
What that means: This is an opportunity to compile a list of the best North Carolina-inspired Js and say something crafty like, 'In honor of J. Cole's birthday...'
Tomorrow, January 28th, Baltimore's city spending panel is set to give the green light for a new collaboration between the police department and Under Armour. The move to the Baltimore-based sports apparel brand is said to “potentially improve the quality and durability of police uniforms and relieve some strain on the Police Department budget.”
The iconic canvas and rubber sneakers that have become synonymous with Converse have been duplicated and replicated by many brands, a practice that Converse is not fond of. The Nike-owned brand is now seeking retribution, filing a trademark infringement lawsuit against several brands including Sketchers, New Balance, Wal-Mart and Ralph Lauren.
In 1984, photographer Jacobus Rentmeester shot an image for a Life Magazine special which is nearly identical to the now famous Jumpman logo. After 30 years of Nike using their own Jumpman logo, Rentmeester has filed a lawsuit claiming the brand has unlawfully been using his photo, violating his image copyright.
Why he waited so long to file the suit is puzzling, but I regress.
The Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low is one of the best sneakers currently available on Nike iD and there is an exhausting amount of options for your imagination to run wild. From solid or fade colored uppers to the two-toned outsoles and everything in between, you can lose yourself for hours trying to decide which route to go with your customization. Sounds like a perfect Friday afternoon at your desk job.