1. Air Jordan 6-17-23 in Gym Red Black & Platinum
One of Jordan’s most popular hybrids, this new Air Jordan combines the best of both worlds: the Air Jordan 6, 17, and 23. Dressed in a “Toro” like style it features a full gym red base with black and pure platinum detailing sitting atop a white speckled midsole and icy outsole.
2. Air Jordan 11 Retro Low Black Infrared 23/White/Pure Platinum
Part of the 23rd anniversary celebrations of the Air Jordan VI, this Air Jordan 11 retro low has infrared accents all over. Similar to the Air Jordan 2 Retro in many ways, the Air Jordan 11 Retro is hit with a combination of splatter print and infrared accents. Black dominates the look, while splatter print takes care of the collar and infrared accents are seen throughout.
3. Lance Mountain x Nike SB Air Jordan 1
Inspired by Lance Mountain’s days of skating in painted, mismatched Air Jordan 1’s, these sneakers make use of Mountain’s DIY styling. Set to be released in June this year, these mismatched sneakers are coated with a layer of white or black paint to match and mask the original colorways.
4. Lebron 11 Gold Collection
This latest Elite edition of the Nike LeBron 11 is meant to inspire LeBron James in his quest for Heat’s next title win . The Nike LeBron 11 Elite ‘Gold’ takes its cue from the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, metallic gold accents lighting up the all black upper. Scheduled to release a day before the 2014 NBA Playoffs, this could very well be the sneaker that lights up the Finals.
5. Nike Dunk High Premium SB ‘Stars’ Black/Dark Royal Blue
True to its nickname, this Nike SB Dunk High puts all of the attention on the lights, borrowing ideas from a star-filled night sky. Laid out like a planetarium, the sneaker sports a dark base with accents highlighting the heel. A blacked out upper sits atop a gum bottom subtly detailed with a brown leather tongue patch and gold eyelets. But the element that takes centre stage is clearly the royal blue ankle collar printed with white stars, that light up this Nike SB “Stars” edition.
6. Nike Lebron 11 Low University Red/Obsidian White
Though part of the usual barrage of patriotic-themed shoes that usually hit stores this time of the year, this Independence Day styled LeBron 11 Low has a touch of the unusual to it . Releasing just in time for the 4th of July BBQ’s, university red drapes the upper with a dark obsidian shade working its way through the inner lining and midsole.
7. Nike Roshe Run HYP PRM Magista Mercurial Collection
Celebrating the spectacle that is the 2014 World Cup, Nike brought out these special boots as homage to the energy and genius of the beautiful game. This latest edition of Nike silhouettes is inspired by a duo of new Nike football shoes- the Nike Magista and Nike Mercurial Superfly.
8. Nike KD VI Elite Gold Series
Hoping that this will be the year Kevin Durant wins his first NBA Championship, Nike releases this Nike KD VI Elite “Gold” edition. Inspired by Durant’s single-minded approach to bring home the league’s most coveted trophy, hyperfuse takes a holiday on the upper, with Kevlar enforced Flywire doing the heavy lifting on this lightweight silo.
9. Nike Kobe 9 Elite Gold Collection
Kobe Bryant won’t be chasing a championship this season, but that isnt any reason for his signature line to take a break. The man with five rings sees his upcoming Nike Kobe 9 Elite “Gold” adorned with the trophy tones that he so desires. White, grey and black blend on the Flyknit upper, with a geometric ankle panel finishing off the upper while gold stamps the Swoosh to cap of this Nike Kobe Elite. If you’ve been wondering where can I buy Kobe 9 high tops?, look no further than our new Kobe 9 guide.
10. Nike What The KD VI
This MVP-caliber season, Kevin Durant has made numerous plays that have left fans in awe and critics dumbfounded, and now he has a new sneaker that does the same. The first Nike Basketball sneaker so far this year to receive a “What the” design, the Nike KD VI “What the KD” is a vibrant mix of previous KD VI colorways.