Earlier this month Kyrie Irving officially introduced his fifth signature sneaker, the Nike Kyrie 5, in a special edition colorway as part of a collab with Odd Future‘s Travis “Taco” Bennett. Today, those limited edition sneakers will be up for grabs as one of the very first Kyrie 5 colorways to release.
The Nike Kyrie 5 “Taco” PE, priced at $130, will be available via Foot Locker and Nike.com starting a 10am ET. Big Kids’ sizes will also be available for $110.
The limited edition sneakers are built on a festive black and orange colorway, accompanied by camouflage detailing throughout and a bulbous, silver Nike swoosh. Additional details include “Taco” insoles and Taco text on the shroud covering the right tongue.
The new Tactical Assault Rifle takes the game a step further away from Close-Quarters-Combat mode and tries to open up the mid-range. Epic Games recently added the Combat Shotgun and now there’s an AR (Assault Rifle). This is a P90, drumgun, and Scar mixed all together. This can be a combo by shooting with a pump shotgun and finish with a spray of bullets from the SMG (Semi Auto Gun). In CQC (Close Quarters Combat) this combo was so hard to counter that Fortnite just eliminated the style of this mode and how you can use your gun.
Above you will find a new Vans pack that consists of two shoes that are constructed out of materials used on the upper that change colors. In other words, you get two looks for the price of one. We’re with that!
The Vans Thermochome pack includes the Old Skool and Slip-On done in the aforementioned color-changing material. Details on both pairs include the classic checkerboard motif consisting of purple checks that turn into pink checks with the change in temperature. The Slip-On checkerboard is done in light blue alongside the color-shifting squares. The Old Skool has the color changing motif on the checkerboard pattern noted on both the lateral and medial side of the shoe. A light blue side stripe and orange paneling complete the look of the Old Skool. Take a look at both pairs above and pick them up today directly from Vans.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Glow In The Dark is a bold variation of the silhouette this season, and it’s confirmed that it will arrive in adult, kids and infant sizes. With official imagery of the adult and kids’ pair showcased below, the models don eye-catching fluorescent green Primeknit uppers, laces, heel tabs and semi-translucent ridged soles that encases the signature Boost cushioning. The theme of the sneaker is highlighted with its glowing element evident all over when exposed to complete darkness. Finally, the design is topped off with distinct translucent side stripes that reveal a unique pattern underneath.
It is being rumored that Jordan Brand will be releasing a new colorway of the Air Jordan 13 dubbed the Air Jordan 13 Island Green. The release is said to be a part of Jordan Brand’s 2019 holiday collection.
Although no images of the shoe have leaked. above you will find a rendering done by @zsneakerheadz to give you an idea of what the shoe could end up looking like. What we do know is that the shoe will come dressed in a Black, Island Green, and Metallic Silver color scheme. We also expect the shoe to come in a Black upper and accented by the Island Green hits.
As or right now, the Air Jordan 13 Island Green has a release date of November 16th and an MSRP of $190.
After releasing exclusively in Asia back in 1996, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Ivory Snake is set to make its return 23 years later.
This highly sought after colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low starts off with a white leather construction all throughout the upper with a luxurious brown/tan snakeskin covering both Swooshes as well as the heel tab. Aside from the eye-catching snake texture we have black and white Nike Air Force 1 tags on the tongues, and a white rubber midsole/outsole to wrap things up.
Release Date: May 18th, 2019 (Ice Blue pair, Trophy Room exclusive) Price: $200 Style Code: ????? (Ice Blue/Sail-Metallic Gold-University Red) ????? (University Red/Ice Blue-Sail-University Red F&F)
Sporting an official color scheme of Ice Blue/Sail-Metallic Gold-University Red for one pair, and the other in a Friends & Family edition of University Red/Ice Blue-Sail-University Red, both models appear to feature suede uppers with the signature netted detail on its side panels. The contrasting accents are then notably found across its eyelets and midsoles, while Trophy Room branding alongside embroidered number “5” on the heels are other design details. Finally, icy translucent outsoles complete the styles.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Obsidian is yet another brand new colorway to land on MJ’s first signature sneaker, and it’s dropping this summer. Covered in another UNC-like theme of Sail, Obsidian, and University Blue, this version reminds us of the “UNC Patent” that debuted during All-Star Weekend. Unlike patent leather uppers, this pair is made of traditional leather. Sail leather underlays and across the sides are nicely offset by Obsidian and University Blue overlays throughout, completing the design.
Retailing for $160, look for this Air Jordan 1 at select Jordan Brand stores and online on August 17.
If you grew up in the ’80s as an NBA fan then you may remember the Detroit Pistons “Bad Boys” squad which consisted of NBA legends like Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, and Bill Laimbeer. Those Detroit Pistons won the NBA Championship back in 1989 and 1990. Nike is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their 1989 championship with a special colorway of the Nike Air Force 1.
This special colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low starts off by being covered in a bright red patent leather material on the front half of the shoe along with a debossed pattern on the Red leather Swoosh and heel. Contrasting white can then be seen on the leather eyestay, laces, tongue, and inner liner. Metallic Gold accents are placed on the Nike Air branding on the heel as well as on the ’89 on the heel to celebrate the year the Pistons won their first championship. Finishing details include Detroit Pistons-inspired Nike branding on the tongues, “The D” and “Just Do it” written in classic Finals font on the insoles, a white midsole, and an icy blue translucent outsole.
An exact release date has not been announced yet, but the Nike Air Force 1 Low 1989 NBA Finals is expected to release some time in June for $100.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid has released in so many clean colorways over the last year or so that if you’re still sleeping on the silhouette then you need to wake up. Another opportunity for you to cop a clean colorway presents itself today as we bring you a look at this “Taxi Yellow” pair. Covered in a vibrant shade of yellow all throughout the upper, this Air Jordan 1 Mid takes a smooth leather construction with nylon detailing on the black tongue. Additional features include a white tongue tag with a yellow Jumpman, black Swooshes, black inner liner, white midsole, and a black rubber outsole. Fans of the Air Jordan 1 Mid can grab this yellow/black colorway at select retailers now for $110.