Seeing as how today is a new day, we have a new colorway for the Nike Kobe 9 Elite to share with all of sneakerheads. Taking on more of a Charlotte Hornets-inspired look, all of you sneakerheads will surely notice the purple and teal accents that flow about the shoes crisp white base. While no particular theme has been associated with this latest color scheme, we will just have to wait and see what comes after this first look. Check out another look after the jump and be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles for more info.
Nike is toasting to a decade of barefoot feelings this year, as the famous Free sole celebrates its tenth birthday. That means we’re gonna see the tech morphing into a stack of new models, we saw the Superior OG pop-up the other day and now we’re blessed with a fresh treatment of the original Free Run silhouette. The OG Breeze is one for the ladies, with a smooth mesh treatment covering the upper with flourishes of colour across the eyelets, heel tab and rim of the midsole. The three debut colourways are loud as heck too, peep them in the gallery above, via Lacebag, and look for them hitting stores real soon.
After dropping off new releases from their Spring 1970′s Collection, the All Star brand has some updated versions of a footwear classic. The Converse Spring 2014 Chuck Taylor All Star collection features two new colorways for the high and low top All Stars in tie dye and graphic prints. The high top model is coming in a green camouflage print, while a zebra print decorates another high top silo. The tie dye comes into play on one of the high tops, while appearing on two different low top sneakers, one mostly black, and the other is a gradient red-to-blue. No official word on when these will hit Converse retailers, but stick with Sneakerfiles for more updates!
Making its mark amongst a truckload of general releases in 2013, the Nike Air Max 1 FB (Football) range was welcomed with open arms by Max maniacs, getting wild animalistic makeovers, luxurious renditions and even a Yeezy-esque inspired moment. New for spring 2014, we see two all new premium renditions sparking some flavoursome force into the line, with the likes of the polarised blue/neolime edition and the more subdued metallic silver/black volt colourway. As with their brothers and sisters, be warned these are a QuickStrike release, so expect them to move swiftly come their March 8 release. You can ensure you get a piece by pre-ordering through Atmos.
Last week we introduced the Nike WMNS Free OG Breeze scheduled to drop next month. We now have photos of the men’s version of the runner. In celebration of their 10th anniversary of the barefoot FREE technology, Nike is including the Nike Free OG Breeze as part of their Summer collection. The FREE collection which includes the Free OG Breeze, was made to mimic the movement of running with bare-feet while providing support and foot protection.
Scheduled to release sometime next month, two colorways will be available (Photo Blue/Anthracite-Vivid Blue-Polarized Blue and Base Grey/Cool Grey-White-Team Orange) at select Nike retailers such as Titolo.
Nike Free OG Breeze Available: 04/2014
Colorway: Photo Blue/Anthracite-Vivid Blue-Polarized Blue
Product Code: 644394-400
Colorway: Base Grey/Cool Grey-White-Team Orange
Product Code: 644394-002
During All-Star Weekend Penny Hardaway’s miniature sidekick, Lil’ Penny, made his triumphant return. Having been gone for quite some time, Nike created a brand new shoe for the flamboyant character called the Lil’ Penny Posite. While ASW would have been the perfect time for this “NOLA Gumbo League” colorway to release, it still hasn’t made its retail debut. Featuring a black base with New Orleans-inspired graphics lasered about its upper, silver and bright crimson take care of the accents. With custom Gumbo League insoles thrown in as well, there’s no denying this shoes connection to the Big Easy. Posted after the jump is your first look at some on-foot shots. Could these new images suggest that we are getting closer to a release? Give them all a look and be sure to let us know if these will be an instant cop when they drop.
Nike Lil’ Penny Posite
652121-001 Black Laser/Dark Silver-Crimson
So if the Mita x SBTG x New Balance colab didn’t get you excited about the MRT580 silhouette, maybe this newest Spring 2014 delivery has got something to kick start your NB heart. Three cream outsole based variations will be up for grabs, mixing palettes of purple/turquoise/pink/blue and a complementing black/blue for each make-up. Boasting premium leathers and all the usual lavish detailings, the pack arrives in April, but you can pre-order all three pairs now via Atmos.
The Nike Air Max Thea has proven to be a hit on the streets over the past year, and now with the summer months approaching in the Northern Hemisphere we are sure to see more editions of the super low-cut sneak. Here the women’s model flaunts a spread of textiles mashed up into one tasty treat with the metallic silver, glacier ice, dark grey and orange colour combo forming the icing on the cake. Dudes, unless you are blessed with petite feet peeping these pics is the closest experience you’re going to get to having these on foot. Frowny face. Ladies, hit up a Nike retailer, like The Good Will Out, to make the magic happen.
It’s Van Doren with the assist, with archived prints for the sixth installment of the classic series revived for the upcoming season. These prints haven’t been seen for a looooong time and we’re certain that a lot of Vans fans out there will be drooling to get their hands on ‘em. The checkered print once again adorns the Era, Half Cab and Old Skool, with the Aborigine print looking as bold as ever, showcased on the Slip-On. The Sk8-Hi and Authentic have been given the ‘stars and strips’ treatment to round out the special delivery. But enough talk, head to Vans.com for all this classic goodness.
If you’re all about chronologically classifying your kicks, you may recognise this energetic 1991 debutant that starred along some EQT heavy hitters. Back for 2014 and twenty three years into the future, the adidas EQT Racing looks better than ever. Featuring the famous cutout toebox, mesh panels flow peachy through the midfoot, held down by revitalising green suede overlays. The thing that attracted this sweet hidden gem to our attention, however, is the boisterous yellow panelling. Keep an eye on these midfoot-missing-marauders sliding into a retailer near you soon, or alternatively save yourself a wait and pre-order them now via End Clothing.