Though the first set of images we shared with you all really didn’t do the “Grey Cement” Air Jordan IV any justice, we’ve got some fresh new pics for all you sneakerheads to see.
Despite there still not being any updated release info on this non-OG colorway, the folks over at Jordan Brand have manufactured what will most assuredly be a huge hit in the form of this muted grey/white/black pair of AJIV’s.
Enough from us, keep reading after the jump so you can enjoy a better look at the “Grey Cement” Air Jordan IV’s on foot. Feel free to let us know if these are an instant cop or bonafide flop in the comments section below.
The Nike Barkley Posite has received some high praise as of late. After previous successful releases, the Nike Barkley Posite Max will release in a Phoenix Suns inspired makeup. Designed with one of the teams Sir Charles played for in mind, the sneaker features a Court Purple upper with clashing Team Orange accents. The “Suns” Barkley Posite will release at select retailers on May 18, 2013, including Nice Kicks in Austin, Texas.
Nike Barkley Posite Max
Court Purple/Team Orange
May 18, 2013
Back in March we got a glimpse of this Nike KD V (5) Elite and what was initially thought of as a PE or even an Easter-inspired colorway, may actually be an unannounced theme in the making.
Nonetheless, today brings new images of the Nike KD V (5) Elite that gives us a clearer look at its green, some sort of blue, and pink accented upper. Additional coloring in the form of grey laces, a black carbon fiber heel counter, and a silver Swooh.
At the moment, there is still no release date for this particular pair. Keep it here at Sneaker Files for more news and updates on this drop.
If you haven’t already marked May 25th on your sneaker calendars, we suggest you go do so right now. The 25th is shaping up to be an epic day full of enough sneaker releases to cure any sneakerheads sneaker fix.
Aside from the potentially massive Memorial Day Weekend Air Jordan Retro restocks, sneakerheads will see the triumphant return of the “Black Toe” Air Jordan 1.
Complete with ‘Nike Air’ branding just like the 1985 original, this pair of Air Jordans will surely find a way to leave their mark amidst all the chaos that is set to arrive in just two weeks.
Check out the detailed photos after the jump and let us know where these fall on your list of kicks to cop on the 25th.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Twenty years have passed since Teren Jones’s artwork graced the cover of legendary skate tape ‘Finally’ by NorCal skateshop FTC. From changing the spelling of his stage name to posing as a cartoon gorilla who fought evil corporate robots in the future, the man best known as Del the Funky Homosapien is back to provide the new sneakerhead generation with some old school flavor in the form of this FTC x Nike SB Dunk Low “Finally.”
Taking this rather conservative colorway to another level is the addition of some doodles from Del on both the heel tabs and insoles.
For those sneakerheads who are looking to add these special collaborative dunks to there collections, there are several reports that suggest these are now available in Europe. Still no word on a U.S. release date just yet, but be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles for more info.
Nike Air Force never seems to disappoint with its original yet unique color ways. 2013 seems to be a big year for Air Force, since this incredibly detailed sneaker is supposed to hit shelves later this year. This shoe has a variety of materials used including, white tumbled leather, royal blue suede, and red stitching around the heel and toe. The blue, white, red AIR seems to tie in with the Puerto Rico heritage and fold the shoe as a whole together. The detailing of the graphic on the white leather is very decorative. The tongue has some fashion to it as well, it sports a little Puerto Rican flavor to it with its multiple colors. There is no word yet on the specific release date but stay tuned to hear more info.
As we await the arrival of the Nike Kobe VIII (8) System “Court Purple/Pure Platinum-Blackened Blue-Laser Purple”, it’s only right that we drop off a few new detailed images of this forthcoming release.
Dubbed “Playoffs”, this Nike Kobe VIII (8) features a gradient purple colored upper followed by pure platinum accents across the Swoosh branding and outsole. Traditionally designed to match the Lakers’ road jerseys, what are your initial thoughts on this colorway?
Check out a few new angles below and look for these kicks to release at participating retailers like Social Status beginning May 11th.
To much disappointment, the release of the Nike LeBron X EXT footwear has been postponed indefinitely. According to Gentry Humphrey, the head of NSW, we could be waiting a couple more months for a release.
Despite these being pushed back, quite a few pairs have been spotted on the eBay streets. From the new on-foot images posted after the jump, these “Denim” Nike LeBron X EXT’s will certainly be worth the wait. Check out the new photos and see for yourself. Hit us up and let us know if you are still anticipating their arrival.