Nike Air Jordan 11 wheat Releasing Soon


During Fall we saw Jordan Brand release the Air Jordan Wheat Collection which consisted of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6 and the Air Jordan 13. One pair that didn’t make the cut for unknown reasons is the Air Jordan 11 Wheat.


Last week brought word of a potential release for the famed Air Jordan 11 “Blackout” sample that sold for over $11,000 when it hit the resale market. Now, the first Jordan 11 news of the new year comes by way of another sample, in the form of this “Wheat” colorway.

As you can see this Air Jordan 11 features suede across the uppers dipped in Wheat. In addition we have a textured patent leather overlay while Metallic Gold is applied to the Jumpman on the collar. Other details includes White across the midsole and a semi translucent Gum outsole.

Donning a nearly identical color scheme to the trio of wheat Jordans that released earlier this year, the Jumpman hones in on the work-boot aesthetic once more. Currently there are no release plans for this sample, so for now you will just have to enjoy the close-up look below and cross your fingers for a release.

The Nike Blazer Mid Rebel XX is Releasing Soon ?

First utilized as part of the “Season Of Her” collection this spring on both an Air Jordan 1 and Air Force 1, Nike’s “Rebel” silhouettes have become known for two main design tweaks: an asymmetrical lacing system and a medial side zipper. Now Nike is calling upon that persona’s inverted styling again for a new take on another classic silhouette: the Blazer Mid. Arriving in a three-pack of colors — a light pink, a drab olive, and black — each shoe features the aforementioned lacing and zipper tweaks, but also adds a little extra unique flair to the model. Some Off-White comparisons can be made to the Nike label that’s been shifted to the side, but there’s also alternating Swoosh color-blocking, and an abstract heel strip of fabric with bold stitching/backwards Nike text hit on the heel collar complete the abstract look.


Whats the Surprise of adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Sample Bring to us ?

What could go down as the strangest colorway debut during Kanye West’s time with Adidas, a new colorway of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700



The upper sees strong neon green throughout as it rests atop an all-black sole unit. This sample’s differences lie in the 700 branding found on its lateral side — while the lateral branding remains in-line with previous models such as the 350 V2, the released iteration of the YEEZY BOOST 700 sees additional overlay panels and minimal branding rather than the industrial-like stamp seen in the imagery provided.

Take a look at the YEEZY BOOST 700 VX sample above and let us know how it compares to previous models and upcoming releases. In related news, you can check out the official store list for this month’s YEEZY BOOST 700 restock.

Kobe Bryant’s Latest Nike Kobe AD 2018 is Releasing

We have seen both Kobe Bryant and DeMar DeRozan wear the latest Nike Kobe AD 2018 . While not confirmed, this pair is rumored to be called the Kobe AD Exodus that will release on August 24th, also known as Mamba Day or Kobe Day.

While we have seen one color option, another upcoming releases features a Lakers theme that comes highlighted in Purple. Looking closer this Kobe AD features a mesh upper along with a speed lacing system. Following we have a set of numbers on the tongue for Kobe’s jersey numbers, birth year and more.

The release date for this colorway of the new Kobe AD has yet to be announced, however there is a ‘Sail’ edition that is scheduled to release on August 24th to celebrate Mamba Day. Once more information is available we will make sure to update. Below you can check out more images for a closer look.


Whats Surprise adidas x Dragon Ball Z Collection Bring to Us ?


Expectantly, one box has been designed for the ZX 500 RM “Goku” and another for the Yung-1 “Frieza,” each boasting an adidas x Dragon Ball Z logo front and center. Dragon Ball Z‘s orange circle motif then welcomes the adidas Trefoil logo, while each box features an image of the character that inspired the shoe.

All eight shoes from the adidas Dragon Ball Z collection have been revealed; they will begin releasing in August featuring iconic match-ups between protagonists and antagonists of the Dragon Ball franchise. It starts in August with Son Goku and Frieza/Freeza from the “Freeza Saga” represented by the adidas ZX 500 RM and the Yung-1. September will feature Son Gohan and Cell from the “Cell and the Androids Saga” with the new adidas Deerupt and the Prophere. It continues in November with Vegeta and Majin Buu from the “Majin Buu Saga” represented by the Ultra Tech and the Kamanda. As of this report, the collection concludes in December with Shenlong and Super Shenlong (alternately spelled “Shenron”) and the upcoming EQT Mid ADV. We would guess December is based on “The Secret of the Dragon Balls.” The entire selection of footwear highlights adidas’ newer footwear models that are set to debut throughout 2018. The obvious lack of BOOST footwear models might be alarming, but adidas is attempting to bring energy around fresh silhouettes in an effort to broaden consumer interest beyond the predictable NMD route. Additionally, The Yeezy Mafia reveals that each shoe release will come with an action figure of the corresponding character. There are rumors that characters Mr. Popo, Yajirobe, Tenshinhan and Mr. Satan will also be getting their own silhouette, which suggests that the adidas Dragon Ball Z collection may extend beyond the eight shoes seen here. See all eight adidas Dragon Ball Z shoes below and stay tuned for the latest updates regarding this major Fall 2018 collaboration. Update September 1, 2018: adidas Originals took to social media to tease the official announcement of their collaboration with the legendary global anime series Dragon Ball Z. The collaboration will focus on three of the most iconic battles re-imagined in sneaker form. While early leaks called for the release to kick off in August, adidas has confirmed September 2018 as the official kick off. Shoes have not been revealed but check our adidas x Dragon Ball Z page for what’s been leaked so far. And stay tuned for more details around this special release.


Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Rookie of the Year’ New color Releasing

The Air Jordan 1 ‘Rookie of the Year’ is an upcoming release which is inspired by what Michael Jordan wore during his Rookie of the Year acceptance speech back in 1985.

During Michael Jordan’s rookie year he averaged 28.2 points per game which lead the Chicago Bulls a playoff spot, the first in four years. On April 30th, 1985, Michael Jordan accepted the NBA Rookie of the Year award.

This Air Jordan 1 that celebrates the occasion comes dressed in a Gold Harvest and Black color combination. This unique color theme pays tribute to the Brown shirt MJ wore during his acceptance speech. Using White leather on the base while Wheat is applied to the overlays. Following we have Black detailing on the tongue label, ankle collar, Nike Swoosh logo and outsole. Completing the look we have a hidden message from Michael Jordan on the inside of the ankle collar.


Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Rookie of the Year
Color: Gold Harvest/Black
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Style Number: 555088-700
Price: $160

Nike LeBron 16 new colorway releasing

This week’s edition of top stories proved to be a dominant performance from the King of the NBA. LeBron went Zero Dark Thirty mode on the sneaker industry and had a week much like his stat line throughout this year’s NBA Playoffs, pure dominance. A bounty of color and style codes for the LeBron 16 were revealed, including images of a Bred colorway and an angelically-detailed ladies-only pair with a wild lion detail on its heel and an ankle strap. If all that wasn’t enough, the LeBron 3 “Christ The King” – one of the most revered PEs in all of LeBron’s sneaker lore will be getting a retail releaseMarkings on the cream-colored shoe suggest a collaboration with Harlem’s Fashion Row, a platform for multicultural fashion designers. James himself has become increasingly involved in the world of fashion, having helped debut the KITH x Nike LeBron 15 Collection during New York Fashion week this time last year. The early word on this pair is that it’s supposed to be a part of Fashion Week in September.

Leaked images  arrive just days after it was announced that the LeBron 16 will launch in black and red on September 20. As of now, there’s no official release information for the HFR collab, but we’ll continue to follow the story in the weeks ahead.


Paul George’s Nike PG 2.5 In A Fighter Jet Theme is Releasing

Paul George‘s Nike PG 2.5 has previously drawn colorway inspiration from both PG’s love of fishing and Fortnite. Now, it just may be looking to fighter jets for influence as a brand-new colorway of the swingman’s shoe complete with aerial-inspired detailing has surfaced. Utilizing a steel grey mesh as the base, the shoe’s accents arrive via tonal fighter jet-style branding on both the midfoot suede panel and forefoot strap. A small mint green hit appears on the lacing system’s low-slung midfoot eyelet, and the grey midsole receives a coat of light grey speckling. The speedy shoe is then completed with a white outsole that features a green hit below the forefoot’s Zoom Air bag and a green PG logo on the heel.

Off-White x Nike Air Max 97 “Queen” For Serena Williams

For the 50th U.S. Open, Serena Williams will take the court in style thanks to the sublime touch of Virgil Abloh, the Off-White founder who has sent the sneaker world in a frenzy with his “The 10” collaboration with Nike. As part of “The Queen Collection”, which includes on-court apparel and footwear exclusively made for Serena, Virgil crafted new colorways of his Nike Blazer and Nike Air Max 97 befitting of Serena’s royal theme – one that is inspired by her love of ballet. Featuring an elemental rose upper and a color gradient of pink, purple, and gold, the Air Max 97 received a welcome touch of power and finesse that only the 23-time champion can bring to the game.


The Off-White x Nike Blazer “All Hallows Eve” And “Grim Reaper” First Look

At least two more iterations of Virgil Abloh’s The 10: Nike Blazer are releasing this Fall, and the designer’s Off-White label has already come forward with two official nicknames of these Autumn-friendly colorways. The tan/orange and black/white stylings are a fitting nod to the season, but with brand-appointed monikers of “Grim Reaper” (originally dubbed Grim Reeper) and “All Hallows Eve” suggests a drop around the late October holiday. Both versions feature Virgil’s unique take on the Blazer, with the over-sized Swoosh dipping into the midsole and the upper construction of leather, suedes, and synthetics. Finally, the signature Off-White x Nike detail – the zip-tie hangtag – will be colored in the same soft light blue seen in the Europe-exclusive Off-White x Air Jordan 1. A detailed look at the official samples of the Off-White x Nike Blazer is just ahead.

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