After sharing your very first look at the Baohaus x Nike SB Dunk High collab about two weeks ago, today brings some fresh new detailed shots of the upcoming drop. Scheduled to release on April 1, this latest collaborative take on the SB Dunk High features a premium nappy suede upper that sits atop a rather icy sole. With is decorative insoles looking good enough to eat, sneakerheads can expect to see these arrive on the first of next month. Continue reading after the jump to check out all the new photos and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Personally, I’ve always believed sneaker artists are some of the most talented people walking the earth. To be able to take sneaker models that have already been released in a wide range of silohettes and designs, let alone colorways, takes a great level of creativity and vision. Canada-based graphic artist Dead Dilly created eleven classic Air Jordan concepts with high fashion brand influences like Raf Simons, Balenciaga, and more. The entire Air Jordan High Fashion sneaker concepts pack includes:
Air Jordan 1 x Yves Saint Laurent
Air Jordan 2 x Alexander McQueen
Air Jordan 3 x Maison Martin Margiela
Air Jordan 4 x Raf Simons
Air Jordan 5 x Hood By Air
Air Jordan 6 x Versace
Air Jordan 7 x Balenciaga
Air Jordan 8 x Haruki Murakami
Air Jordan 9 x Bernhard Willhem
Air Jordan 10 x KRISVANASSACHE
Air Jordan 11 x Givenchy
According to Dead Dilly (and I quote) “The idea was to make fake collaborations between Jordan and Higher End brands. That’s all.” Dead Dilly absolutely bodied the whole sneaker game with this project! Those Versace and Raf Simons concepts are wavy as I don’t know what! Which of these are you feeling the most?
Is it safe to say that Venom Green is the color of March? That’s just my speculation, especially with this latest colorway of the Nike SB Dunk High. Covered in a nappy suede upper (which I am totally digging) of Black and Base Grey, only a hint of Venom Green is added to the interior of the shoe. Those who can’t wait to add these joints to their collection can head over the Premier and order a pair today.
Nike Dunk High Pro SB
Colorway: Black/Base Grey-Venom Green
Product Code: 305050-017
Picking up where both the Nike Air Force 1 Hi and Low left off, the Nike Vandal High is next up sport an all “Denim” make up. Instead of treading the same acid wash waters as the two previously mentioned models, this latest drop features more of a conventional blue jean feel about its entire upper.
But before you flock to your nearest retailer to see if they have these in stock, you might want to hold off. The colorway is available, but only by way of select Euro retailers. So if you’re familiar with the exchange rate, you can head over to SNKRS right now to place your orders. Continue reading after the jump for both an on-foot and detailed look and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Fall just keeps getting better and better when it comes to the Jordan Brand and sneakers. With both the “Red Suede” Air Jordan XIV and “Black/Silver” Air Jordan 3Lab5 already on tap to arrive during the upcoming season, sneakerheads can go ahead and add the “Royal” Air Jordan 1 KO High to the mix as well.
First previewed back in December, this canvas based rendition features a black and royal blue base much like its retro muse. With Nike Air tags adorning the tongues, those who missed on last February’s highly coveted retro may find some sort of redemption in this offering. Check out another look after the jump and be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles for more info.
Fall 2014 ROYAL AJKO #FlightClub http://t.co/pksd3LB5jw pic.twitter.com/3Qy0sTHi2D
Following a brief hiatus from the scene, the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO High “White/Black-Gym Red” is back!
Out today, this Air Jordan 1 KO returns in a dramatic fashion with its official white, black, and gym red colorway – an ode to the Chicago Bulls – and its flawless canvas finish. A classic and must-have for any true Air Jordan collector, these beauties will also arrive accompanied by an exclusive apparel collection.
Priced at 5, you may find this style in-stores and online today. Act quick though, these will sell out!
Gearing up for the warmer months to come, Nike is set to release the Solarsoft Costa High in two new colors; Game Royal and Black/White.
Most of us are use to seeing Nike release the low top version of the Solarsoft Costa, and although looks not as comfortable as the lows, we are sure they get the job done.
For the two colorways releasing, one features a game royal blue throughout the uppers and on the Solarsoft technology with white placed on the midsole, Nike Swoosh and other small accents. The other Solarsoft Costa High utilizes a black upper with white also gracing the midsole and swoosh.
You’ve already checked out your first look at the “Broken Bats” Nike Air Trainer SC High. And now, it’s time to get even closer with the wood splitting themed kicks. Aside from being a beast on the gridiron, Bo Jackson also did his thing on the baseball diamond as well. When he wasn’t running up walls in the outfield, you may have caught a glimpse of him snapping a bat in two. Paying homage to Bo’s classic moments of anger management is this “Broken Bat” colorway that is set to round the retail bases on March 22. Check out a closer look at the upcoming release after the jump and make sure you drop us a line in the comments section below.
Nike Air Trainer SC High Premium “Broken Bats”
Jordan Brand rolls out with its I KO High OG “Chicago” rendition that supports an obvious nod towards the windy city’s Bulls through its colorway. Appealingly sharp and clean in design, the “Chigaco” pair adds to the allure with its popular Nike Air tongue tag and bright white sole that brings contrast to the colored panels above. The Air Jordan I KO High OG “Chicago” is available soon via select retailers including Wish.
With quite a bit of focus placed on what’s either releasing this month or in May, April has certainly been overlooked. Looking to change all of that is the “Barons” Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. Scheduled to arrive April 5, this tribute pair of kicks was created to honor MJ’s time on the diamond. Just like its Air Jordan IX counterpart, this upcoming release also features a white, black, and grey colorway with touches of pinstripe as well. The bases are loaded and this drop is gearing up to step into the batters box. Will these be a grand slam or just a pop fly when they drop? Check out another quick look after the jump and be sure to let us know how you’re feeling about these.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG