After giving you a sneak peek of the Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue” yesterday, we have more pictures of the highly anticipated sneaker. The classic sneaker features a clean White leather upper with hints of Sports Blue on the midsole, heel tab, Jumpman on the tongue and lace lock. Completing the look is accents of Black placed strategically throughout the shoe.
Expected to drop this August, we expect these to sell at select Jordan Brand retailers such as Champ Sports, FinishLine, and FootLocker. Let us know if you plan on adding a pair to your collection.
Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue”
Colorway: White/Sport Blue-Black
Product Code: 384664-107 Available: 08/30/14
After all of the aesthetically pleasing Nike KD VI releases we have seen thus far, it looks like most of them will be making another appearance by way of the “What The KD VI” colorway. As you will see below, quite a few design cues from some of the models most popular motifs flow throughout the shoes low cut profile to create a rather interesting creation. Even though there’s no release information to pass along at the moment, will this newest “What The” KD offering be an instant cop? Check out another look after the jump and let us know if you can point out which of the other colorways were used for this upcoming drop.
Last seen back in 2008 as a part of the CDP collective offerings, the White/Red Air Jordan II is all set to return June 7. One of the original colorways from 1986, this upcoming retro is sure to register high amongst sneakerheads once it arrives at retailers. After sharing a set of detailed images last month, we’ve got an even closer look at the highly anticipated drop for all of you sneakerheads to check out. With Jordan Brand gearing up to add some extra heat to the Summer, how do you feel about what’s to come? Take a look at the new gallery of photos after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Coming on the heels of providing all of you sneakerheads with the release information for the highly anticipated “Sport Blue” Air Jordan VI retro, it looks like we’ve got another quick look at the previously mentioned drop for you to take a look at. With a little over five months to go before these bad boys arrive, we figured another look wouldn’t hurt. Check out a full shot of the first time retro after the jump and feel free to sound off in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue”
Having shared another look at the “Neo Lime” Nike Air Max 1 FB Mercurial, you had to know that some fresh new shots of the “Volt” version were bound to surface. Much like the previously mentioned colorway, this version also features the same dimpled texture about its upper. Built with a metallic silver base, bright touches of volt lay claim to the models iconic accents and inner lining. While you wait for some form of release information to become available, go ahead and check out the fresh new images after the jump. Be sure to keep your browsers locked to SneakerFiles for more.
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Back with another round of images is the vibrant “Neo Lime” Nike Air Max 1 FB Mercurial. Featuring an interesting dimpled texture upper, with hints of total crimson about the Swooshes, this upcoming Football release is sure to make a huge splash once it arrives at retailers here in the states. Having already released at spots overseas, we can only imagine that all of you sneakerheads will see these pop up at your local shops fairly soon. Continue reading after the jump for a detailed look and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
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Polarized Blue/Total Crimson-Neo Lime
Having already paid tribute to Shaq’s blockbuster move from Tinseltown to South Beach with the “Escape From LA” colorway, the folks over at Reebok have whipped up a fiery “Miami Heat” version of the Diesel’s signature shoe. As you will see after the jump, this forthcoming release features a fresh mix of premium materials that will surely make you look at this hypnotizing silhouette in a whole different light. From black and yellow leather about the upper to the marbled sole down below, this version of The Big Aristotle’s kicks is sure to torch retailers once they drop. Check out another look below and be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles for more information.
After showing both the Elite and Low versions of his eleventh signature shoe some hardwood love, it looks like the King is definitely comfortable in his own kicks. While those sightings have trumped up and added level of excitement amongst sneakerheads, this “Whiteout” LeBron XI PE is sure to do the same.
Sporting a tonal white build, touches of black about the laces provides the only splash of color. Sitting atop a rather interesting sole, it’s unclear whether they glow or are just a lighter take on the classic gum bottom. Check out another look after the jump and be sure to keep your browsers locked to SneakerFiles for more info.
Having last shared a look at the “SVSM” Nike LeBron XI PE back in January, today brings us the very first on-foot images. Created in honor of LeBron’s alma matter, these exclusives sport a crisp green base with golden accents and a clean white sole. Just in case the colorway isn’t enough to show who these kicks represent, the Irish text about the heel should definitely seal the deal. Check out another on-foot look after the jump and let us know if these would have been an instant cop had Nike made them a general release.
Two days ago, you may recall that we provided you with some updated release info in regards to the “Anthracite” Nike LeBron XI. Fully equipped with a sleek monochromatic color scheme, black and hints of grey flow throughout the shoes entire upper. Aside from its dark base, the marble affect that has been applied to both the Swoosh and sole provide a definite boost to the colorways aesthetic appeal. Enough from us, go ahead and check out a few additional looks after the jump and make sure you let us know where these fall on your weekend shopping list.