LeBron James With Nike LeBron Soldier 11 for Game 2

LeBron James came out bulldozing, determined to just overpower the Warriors. He drove the lane with all his might, flew around on defense with Nike LeBron Soldier 11.Though LeBron’s triple-double not nearly enough for the Cavs, Curry, Durant push Warriors to 2-0 lead.but he got 29 scores . he is better compare with game 1.

Lebron with Nike LeBron Soldier 11 ‘Strive for Greatness’ for the training .This Nike LeBron Soldier 11 also known as SFG (Strive for Greatness) comes dressed in a Black and Ice Blue color combination. Dressed in predominate Black which covers the mesh uppers, four straps, midsole and heel. Following we have an Icy translucent Blue outsole which also gives them a ‘Black Ice’ theme. Completing the look is the following written on the inside: “CONCEPT S-11 PROPERTY OF NIKE USA 0323503 L.JAMES”.


The most focus by people is the  Nike LeBron Soldier 11 with white  in the game 2.It is in a White and Ice Black color combination. Dressed in predominate white  which covers the mesh uppers, four straps, midsole and heel. Following we have an Icy translucent Blue outsole which also gives them a ‘Black Ice’ theme

.But not have any  release  date new so far , but I blieve it will be release soonest ,Let us stay tuned .


Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Dark Stucco’ Release date

If you’re a fan of the Nike Air More Uptempo, then 2017 has been your year. As we continue to preview upcoming releases the latest which will debut later this year is the Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Dark Stucco’.

This Nike Air More Uptempo features a Fall theme while dressed in Dark Stucco and Black. The Olive like shade covers the uppers while constructed with nubuck while the same shade lands on the tongue, heel, midsole and outsole. Following we have Black which lands on the large leather ‘AIR’ and Nike branding. Finishing the look is Olive Green on the liner and back pull tab.

Nike Air More Uptempo
Dark Stucco/Black



Traction – The overall traction was very solid with all things considered. Usually when you have a translucent outsole you lose traction when dust or debris is on the court but thankfully the Air Jordan XI have solid rubber traction pods located in the heel and forefoot.

The clear sections are nice and sticky straight out the box, which is good and bad depending on court conditions. However, I played on well-maintained courts in addition to debris ridden floors and the Air Jordan XI held up perfectly fine. Worst that happened was that I needed to wipe the outsole semi-often on dusty courts.

Cushion – With the lightweight Phylon and full length Air unit in place, cushion is solid as well. While they aren’t as soft as the original or 2000/01 Retro releases, they are still leaps and bounds better than previous Air Jordan models. Impact absorption is available and consistent throughout while still maintaining decent court feel in the forefoot.

* Disclaimer * cushion is as stated in the Silver Anniversary, Cool Grey, Concord & most likely the upcoming Black/ Red colorway which are all post 2010. Air Jordan XI’s from the 2008 CDP & 2009 Space Jams are not the same.

Material – Patent leather and ballistic nylon mesh are used along the upper… oh, and a very small piece of cheap split grain leather is located at the heel. Overall, the materials are nice. The patent leather isn’t quite as strong as it could have been if it were a bit thicker but all in all, the materials performed pretty much on par with the original and previous Retro versions.
If they made an Air Jordan 11.5 with Fuse replacing the eyelets and mid panels, open mesh in place of the ballistic nylon mesh and a Jordan Melo M8 patent leather cut with heel and forefoot embedded Zoom Air… I’m drooling just thinking about it.

Fit – They fit true to size, wide footers may want to get ½ size larger or wait for the materials to break-in a bit… which they will. The mesh wraps around your foot perfectly and the patent ads some support which is greatly needed. Lockdown is great all the way up the shoe so there isn’t much to complain about. Only thing that could pose a problem is that the materials are ‘weak’ in comparison to today’s synthetics but this is where growing up in the 90’s comes into play… we’re used to this type of shoe so it doesn’t bother us at all.

Ventilation – It isn’t great but it isn’t horrible. The material is breathable so that’s going to scores some points but its noticeably not as ventilated as something like the Air Jordan VI, which I still feel has the best ventilation out of the entire lineup


Support – If the materials didn’t move with your foot so much I would say the support is great. The Carbon Fiber adds a lot of support along the entire base of the foot, not just the arch, and the overall fit provides you with the extra reassurance you’d want or need… materials just get a bit flimsy… its mesh… not much you can do



Overall – The Air Jordan XI is a straight beast on-court. They look good, feel good and they play well on top of that. I hoped the quality wouldn’t obstruct my opinion on their performance and it honestly hasn’t. These are still one of my personal favorite on-court options of all time. There are better options, of course, but just knowing that you won’t lose and ankle or mess up your knees is definitely something to consider. It’s really their increased price that will cause someone to not wear these on-courts… I had someone come up to me one night after playing and they said “I’ve never seen anyone rock Concord’s to hoop… you must have two pairs.” I do… but even if I only had one… they’re worth playing in.



Summer is here and the sneaker world is just as hot as usual, Especial for the Under Armour Currys sneaker world ,Steph Curry just debuted his latest signature model in Game 1 of the Finals.

It was back in October 2013 when Stephen Curry was signed by Under Armour. Stephen was already an impressive player, but Under Armour had no clue of the height of greatness he would end up reaching. He may have started off in non-signature PEs, but as of 2016, Under Armour has introduced his third signature sneaker model, the Curry 3.

Under Armour introduced the Curry 3 last year in San Francisco before a select gathering of industry experts and media. Under Armour took a totally different approach with the Curry 3 when compared to the Curry 1 and Curry 2, and even the Curry 2.5. Like the Curry 1, the Curry 3 is an equally impressive on- and off-court model. Its ankles feature a straight cut similar to those of the Air Jordan 11. Instead of the sides, the tongues sport the unique, vertical “UA” logo.

The Curry 3 still has uppers made up of Threadborne synthetic woven material and it is equipped with Charged foam cushioning. However, the ankles have receive additional support from carbon fiber wings. The external heel counters also have Stephen’s “SC” logo molded into them, beneath which his favorite Bible verse is molded, “I Can Do All Things.”

The medial sides of the Curry 3 are also equipped Anafoam that Under Armour incorporated into the Curry 1. Under Armour even replicated the debut colorway of the Curry 1 onto the Curry 1. Considering that the Curry 3 made its debut on October 27th, 2016, Under Armour has only gotten started with the line of Stephen Curry’s third signature model.

Now after Game 1 of Final in 2017 , Curry 4 is debuting soon.How excited for fans .Most fans want to get one if releasing .so keep checking back for further news and updates.

Under Armour Curry 3Zero “Imperial Purple”
Imperial Purple/Lime Fizz/White
Release Date: May 10, 2017

The UA Curry 3ZERO features an updated Charged Cushioning crash pad for unique flexibility and added stability for on-court performance. Also available will be a low-top known as the UA Charged Controller with similar technology, featuring an explosive burst of energy and herringbone traction reminiscent of that found on Steph’s first model. Under Armour gifted its schools with premium white and gold colorways in anticipation of Selection Sunday featuring a premium gold-painted wooden crate

Under Armour Curry 3zero

Release Date: May 1, 2017

This Under Armour Curry 3Zer0 comes dressed in Team Royal and Taxi which is inspired by the protective armor worn by history’s toughest warriors. Using a rugged upper while dressed in predominate Blue, we also have a quickness-enhancing stability system. Following is Yellow accents, White detailing and a gradient speckled finish on the midsole.

Under Armour Curry 3Zero
Team Royal/Taxi
April 15, 2017


Under Armour unveiled their 3D-printed Archi-Tech shoe that was dubbed a “super-hybrid” training shoe. Today, UA announces the next iteration of ArchiTech called the ArchiTech Futurist, a mid-cut model that utilizest the same dynamic lattice network that provides ample cushioning and support for all athletes. The upper makes use of their SpeedForm technology, which offers super-lightweight lockdown fit, as well as a compression lace system

Under Armour Architech Futurist

Release Date: March 30, 2017

Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors will be celebrating the Chinese New Year throughout the later parts of this month and February with their special edition “CNY” sleeved jerseys, and now Steph has a matching pair of his Curry 3 model to wear with the ensemble with the UA Curry 3 Chinese New Year dropping at select retailers tomorrow

Under Armour Curry 3 “CNY”
Rocket Red/Aluminum/Black
Release Date: January 21, 2017
1269279-984 | $140


This colorway of the Curry 3 is inspired by the city of New Orleans. New Orleans is where creativity, improvisation, and individual expression reign. From the brass bands in the French Quarter to the second-line parades of Treme, NOLA’s rhythm is the perfect theme song for Stephen’s return to the city where he first became an All-Star.

Under Armour Curry 3 “Brass Band”
Release Date: January 17th, 2017
1299665-001 | $150

Under Armour looks to a deviation of the bomber – the flight jacket – to creatively steer an upcoming Curry 3 colorway. Here, a militaristic aesthetic takes over the mid-cut silhouette in black interwoven with Artillery Green threading and acute yellow accents.

Under Armour Curry 3 “Flight Jacket”
Artillery Green/Black-Radiate
Release Date: January 15th, 2017
1269279-357 | $140


Summer is here and the sneaker world is just as hot as usual, with a number of new stories breaking this week. Yeezy fans got their first detailed look at the upcoming adidas Yeezy Runner that will be part of the Yeezy Season 6 collection, Nike unveiled the Hyperdunk 2017, and adidas and Parley unveiled their next three-shoe project dropping soon. On top of all this, Steph Curry just debuted his latest signature model in Game 1 of the Finals. These are just a few of the major headlines you’ll find in this recap of everything you need to know about in the last week of sneakers.Kevin Durant delivers opening wallop in Warriors’ historic quest with Nike KD 10 Finals PE to take action in.

Kevin Durant used Game 1 of the NBA Finals to unveil his latest signature shoe to the world, and many are already saying it’s his best model yet. Do you agree?


After a surprise limited drop online at the Yeezy Supply website in March, the adidas YEEZY Powerphase “Calabasas” is finally getting a wider release. Good news for everybody except those currently trying to sell their pairs for $1,000, the simple tennis shoe design originally from the 1980’s arrives at adidas.com, through the adidas Confirmed App in NYC and Los Angeles, select adidas Originals retail stores, and again on Yeezy Supply on June 4th for a rare Sunday sneaker release. Get another look at the shoe here compliments of Sneaker Politics who will be one of the shoe’s stockists, and consult our full buyer’s guide HERE to help you secure a pair.

Style Code: CQ1693



As soon as we saw that Dennis Rodman’s Nike Air Shake NDestrukt retro basketball model from the 1990s was getting a proper retro, we knew that the floodgates would open for brand new colorways that were more lifestyle-centric and less than OG. Some have been super good, and others have been well, let’s face it, not at all. Today we get a look at the latest monochromatic installment with the Nike Air Shake NDestrukt Royal Blue, available right now from select retailers. The pair features tumbled leather on the worm-like ribbed shroud overlay, a matching oversized Swoosh and a white midsole and outsole unit for a unique take that we’re sure Dennis would approve of. Check out more photos below and grab your pair today via Jimmy Jazz or Oneness for $140 USD.

Color: Game Royal/Game Royal-White
Style Code: 880869-401


There will be yet another “Triple Black” adidas Ultra Boost on the scene this summer, and you can get your first preview of the always-in-style shoe here today. So what’s different about the all-black colorway of the Ultra Boost 3.0 this time around? Not much, except one significant variation: a rough matte finish on the heel counter. Other than that everything you already know and love about the Triple Black colorway is there, including of course, the black-painted Boost midsole.

Wednesday, June 28, looks to be the day when fans can get their hands on this noir centric iteration of the third generation Ultra Boost. Pricing is consistent at $180 USD. Grab an official look below and start making plans now for June 28.

adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 “Triple Black”

Colorway: Core Black/Core Black-Core Black
Style #: CG3038
Release Date: June 28, 2017
Price: $180

Air Jordan 11 Low ‘Barons’ Releasing in 2017


The Air Jordan 11 Low ‘Barons’ features a clean color blocking which will debut during 2017. Throwing us back to Jordan’s baseball days, this Air Jordan 11 Low uses a Black and White color scheme

Inspired by Michael Jordan’s baseball team the Birmingham Barons, this Air Jordan 11 Low features a Black, Metallic Silver and White color scheme. On the uppers is the use of nubuck while leather covers the top of the heel. Following we have patent leather with an iridescent finish while White flows through the midsole. Other highlights include Metallic Silver lands on the branding while a milky translucent outsole finishes them off.

Air Jordan 11 Low Barons Release Date

The ‘Barons’ Air Jordan 11 Low is set to release on May 27th, 2017. They will launch at select Jordan Brand retailers for a price tag of $175. Scroll below to check out more images and make sure to check back with us for updates.

Air Jordan 11 Low Barons
Black/Metallic Silver-White
May 27, 2017

Air Jordan 11 Low ‘Columbia’ Released in 2017

The Air Jordan 11 Low ‘Columbia Blue’ will finally make a return to Jordan Brand retailers during their Summer 2017 collection.

The ‘Columbia’ Air Jordan 11 Low was not an original colorway, however the low top didn’t originally release and was introduced to the market in 2001. This will mark the first time since it’s initial debut the shoes will return.

Expected to come true to form, this Air Jordan 11 Low will feature Columbia Blue through the patent leather while White lands on the tongue, laces, uppers and midsole. This pair will then be finished off with a translucent outsole.

Air Jordan 11 Low Columbia Blue 2017 Release Date

At the time of writing, the Columbia Air Jordan 11 Low will debut at select Jordan Brand retail stores on April 15th, 2017. Retail price will be $175, which is a $5 increase from what we are use to paying.

Air Jordan 11 Low
White/University Blue
April 15, 2017

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