Seeing as how the “Infrared 23″ Air Jordan VI sold out in the blink of an eye, there’s another variation of the popular color coming March 8. Just in case you forgot, the “Infrared 23″ Air Jordan III is the shoe that is scheduled to release on the previously mentioned day. Fresh off an appearance during the Slam Dunk Contest courtesy of Drake, this highly anticipated drop features a white base with grey elephant print sectioning. For those wondering where the infrared 23 color is on the shoe, it pops up about the lace loops and Air Max unit. Now that you know when these are coming, will you be copping? Check out the new images below and make sure you drop us a line in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″
White/Cement Grey-Infrared 23-Black
With February drawing to a close, March is almost here. With the new month comes even more hot sneaker releases from the Jordan Brand. Set to arrive March 22 will be the brand new “Venom Green” colorway for the Air Jordan X. With a clean black tumbled leather base, the venom green applications about the checkered inner lining and icy stat-covered sole. An up close and personal look awaits you after the jump. Once you’re done gawking at this upcoming release, let us know if you plan on copping in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 10 “Venom Green”
Black/Cool Grey-Anthracite-Venom Green
What’s more impressive than the Nike KD VI (6) SP “Aunt Pearl”? Hmm…maybe the Nike KD VI (6) EXT QS “Floral”! And while you may be one-sided, we’d honestly take both!
There’s no doubt about it – the “EXT” series has continued to grow stronger with every release which is exactly why this Nike KD VI (6) is one of hottest colorways to date. With a notable canvas lined floral upper, these kicks take form in a combination of green, blue, orange, and black accents. Equipped with black metal D-ring eyelets, these kicks also feature patent leather branding and icy soles.
So, when do they drop? Keep it locked right here at Sneaker Files to find out!
Whoever said having little feet is a bad thing, after seeing these I’d have to disagree. Last week we gave you a sneak peek of the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low GS “Aqua”, and today we have detailed pictures of the entire sneaker. Ready for this Spring, these GS sized Jordan 11 Lows feature a White mesh upper with appears to be a safari print overlay in Aqua. Finishing off these kicks are Venom Green accents placed on a translucent outsole.
Check out the pictures below and let us know in the comment section what you think… You guys wish these would drop in men sizes as well?
Air Jordan 11 Retro Low
Colorway: White/Venom Green-Volt
Product Code: 580521-143
Price: 5 Available: 04/19/14
A couple of days ago we finally revealed the release date of the UNDFTD x Nike Lunar Force 1 Pack, and today we have more detailed pictures of the two sneakers. Both the high and low Lunar Force 1 SPs have been modified with textured uppers. The highs are fitted with an Orange suede-like build and a houndstooth print on the ankle strap, while the lows are completely covered with the pattern. Both sneakers are finished with a speckled Lunarlon midsole and an Orange inside lining.
Don’t forget that both the high and low UNDFTD x Nike Lunar Force 1 will be available at Concepts online this Friday, February 28th. Let us know if you plan on picking up a pair or the entire pack after the pictures below.
Earlier this month, we got our hands on some first looks at the upcoming Nike Tiempo 94 Mid “Air Jordan” Collection, and now as we near the March 1st release date, we’re getting some detailed shots of the shoes. The Nike Tiempo 94 Mid “Air Jordan” Collection draws from the Bred, Royal, and White/ Red colorways for the Air Jordan 1. In the pictures below, we can see the smooth arching of the clean lines stitched into the leather uppers of the shoes, with perforation on the ankle collars. Again, these are set to hit Nike retailers on March 1st. Let us know if you’re feeling these down low in the comments!
March Madness is just around the corner and we have more pictures for the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO Rivalry Pack. The pack features the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO in two different colorways in a two tiered box. Each pair represents the school colors for the rival teams – Georgetown and UNC. We still don’t know the exact date this pack will release, but we have a feeling these will drop sometime around the upcoming NCAA Tournament next month.
In the mean time, enjoy the pictures and check back with Sneakerfiles as more information becomes available.
By now, the “Birmingham Barons” Air Jordan IX should be embedded into your sneaker memory banks. Having already shared a vast array of looks at this upcoming drop, it looks like a detailed look at the GS version has surfaced. After the fictional character-inspired “Kilroy” releases, it was only a matter of time before Jordan Brand payed an official tribute to MJ’s baseball career. Continue reading after the jump to check out the detailed images and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Though the year is still young, the Nike KD VI has another colorway on tap for release in the enar future. Come March 15th, sneakerheads will see the Anthracite/Total Orange/Team Orange/Mica Green iteration arrive at retailers everywhere. Sporting a slight hit of OKC-inspired flavor, the vibrant color application shines bright thanks to the anthracite base. To get a better look at this upcoming release, check out out the detailed shots after the jump. Be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Nike KD 6
Anthracite/Total Orange-Team Orange-Mica Green
After sharing quite a few looks at LeBron’s Elite kicks, it looks like w have a detailed look at Kevin Durant’s Nike KD VI Elite to share with all of you sneakerheads. Fully equipped with an OKC-inspired colorway, these joints also feature a hearty amount of Flywire flowing throughout its upper. Topped of with a comfortable touch of Visible Air treatment about its bottom, KD’s Playoff kicks are sure to excite this post-season. Check out a detailed look after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.