The Stone Island company debuts their first sunglass collection in 2012. The frames are based on classic shapes but are upgraded with more modern designs, color, and technical changes in hardware that give the Stone Island glasses their own look. Flow through our gallery for various looks that are more forward than classic in color.
The majority of you voted King James’ debut of his Nike LeBron 9 P.S. Elite PE as the best Kicks On Court moment of day 1 of the NBA Playoffs. Yet, is that the best pair of Nike LeBron 9 P.S. Elites we have seen on court thus far? In last night’s game 2 of the Knicks vs. Heat series, James debuted another LeBron 9 P.S. Elite that features a color scheme similar to the pair he wore in game 1. This particular LeBron 9 P.S. Elite features more hints of red, namely on the midsole, laces and 180-degree Air Max unit. If you recall, game 1′s LeBron 9 P.S. Elite only sported red on the swoosh. Which LeBron 9 P.S. Elite intrigues you the most? View these kicks plus others, worn by Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and Paul George below.
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Celebrity Sneaker Watch: Wale Debuts the Nike Air Speed Turf Max © SneakerFiles
Initially previewed last month, Wale recently debuted the yet-to-be-released 2012 retro of Dan Marino’s signature Nike Air Speed Turf Max.
As mentioned in our post about the Nike N7 Zoom KD IV last night, Kevin Durant debuted the primarily white version of this shoe on court in last night’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Today, our Kicks On Court column brings you multiple photos of Durant wearing this shoe in last night’s game. In addition to the mainly white base, Nike incorporated turquoise hints to symbolize friendship and community in the Native American culture. This Nike N7 Zoom KD IV, along with the black pair, will release later this year at Nikestore.com and Nike retailers as part of the Summer 2012 Nike N7 collection. View these kicks plus more, worn by Chris Paul, Ty Lawson, Paul Pierce and others, below.
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Baylor Debuts the ‘Electricity’ adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 © SneakerFiles
Yesterday marked a huge day for adidas Basketball, with four of the brand’s sponsored schools in action in the Sweet 16 of this year’s NCAA Tournament. To mark the occasion, Baylor, Kansas, NC State and Indiana all debuted the upcoming adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2.
Easily the most eye-catching pair of the bunch was the “Electricity” colorway donned by the Baylor Bears in their win over Xavier. Decked out in neon and black to match their adiZero Basketball Uniforms and Team Speed Crew Socks, the lightweight kicks appear to once again sport a SPRINTWEB upper and SPRINTFRAME support.
Set to hit retailers on May 24, you can catch the kicks on court again this Sunday when Baylor takes on Kentucky with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
Kansas Debuts the ‘Jayhawks’ adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 © SneakerFiles
In their win over NC State, the Thomas Robinson and other members of the Jayhawks squad also debuted the new adiZero Crazy Light 2.
This time decked out in a white SPRINTWEB upper, the kicks featured a blue and red outsole, blue SPRINTFRAME and blue adidas stripes along the heel.
Also set to drop on May 4, you can catch the kicks on court again this Sunday when the Jayhawks face North Carolina.
Indiana Debuts the ‘Hoosiers’ adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 © SneakerFiles
Capping off yesterday’s debut of the adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 is the white/red pair donned by Cody Zeller and other members of the Indiana Hoosiers in their loss to the Kentucky Wildcats.
Like the Kansas pair, these feature a white SPRINTWEB upper, this time coupled with a red SPRINTFRAME and red adidas branding on the heel.
Like the pairs worn by Kansas, NC State and Baylor, the white/red colorway of the adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 is set to hit retailers on May 24.
NC State Debuts the ‘Wolfpack’ adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 © SneakerFiles
Baylor wasn’t the only team to don the upcoming adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 for last night’s action. The NC State Wolfpack also rocked the new kicks against Kansas.
Wearing a predominately black colorway of the shoe, the kicks feature a black SPRINTWEB upper alongside hits of red around the heel and SPRINTFRAME while white adidas stripes also appear on the heel.
Look for the black and red colorway of the adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2 to drop on May 24.
Nate Robinson has played a lot of games this season in the “Old Royal” Air Jordan 10, but our Kicks On Court column spotted him in a soon-to-be-released colorway of MJ’s 10th signature last night. Specifically, Nate debuted the “Stealth” Air Jordan 10 in last night’s loss against the Minnesota Timberwolves. In case you didn’t know, the “Stealth” Air Jordan 10 will be available at select retailers, including the Nice Kicks shop, this Saturday. View these kicks plus more, worn by Tyrus Thomas, Dwight Howard, Joe Johnson and others, below.