If you’ve been keeping up with the coverage, then you are well aware of what’s on the way when it comes to the Air Jordan II this year. While many are still waiting to see if the increasingly popular “Night Shade” colorway will be apart of the release festivities, a brand new colorway has emerged. Borrowing from the previously mentioned motif is this Purple/Red/Black version. Fully equipped with a touch of safari print about the toe, paired with a speckled midsole, could there be some sort of Air Jordan II pack on the way? Check out another look at this brand new color scheme and make sure you keep your browsers locked to SneakerFiles for more.
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.
Last week, we got a preview of the newest AJ3 “Wolverine” customs by Kickstradomis (formerly @Sal_Artisticsoles), but he’s back with a full set of images of these works of art. The Air Jordan III (3) “Wolverine” customs by Kickstradomis use the original X Men yellow and blue, with portraits of Wolverine near the rear on the uppers. On the left sneaker, Wolverine can be seen peeking from behind black leather paneling, while he is seen launching into attack on the right shoe. Taking it one step further, Kickstradomis altered the Jumpman to resemble a blade-wielding Logan on the grey tongues. Blue accenting on the mudguards and lining comes into play to finish off the sweet details on these custom kicks! Kickstradomis branding and a side profile of Wolverine are printed on the insoles, as well. Great job, Kickstradomis!
Well look what we have here, it appears to be your very first on-foot look at the “Elephant Print” Nike Air Foamposite Pro. While you’ve already gotten to check out a few previews and detailed looks, all of you sneakerheads can go ahead and envision what this forthcoming graphic offering will look like on your feet. While we still don’t have any clue as to when we can expect these to make their retail debut, that leaves all of you with plenty of time to figure out whether or not these will be worth picking up. Continue reading after the jump to check out the latest round of images and let us know if these push you any further towards wanting to cop.
While the Ewing Center is next up to carry the retro torch for Ewing Athletics, you had to know that a “Knicks” colorway was going to grace the silhouette sooner or later. In this case, it happened a lot sooner as we have your first look at the NYK-inspired color scheme.
Featuring a blue leather upper, paired with orange and white accents, the emergence of this version couldn’t have come at a better time. With Melo and his squad currently riding an eight game winning streak, we wouldn’t be surprised if their winning ways rubbed off on this upcoming drop. Continue reading after the jump to check out a full look and be sure to let us know if you’ll be checking for these next month.
Tired of Elephant Print yet? Well, if you happen to be one of the few that isn’t, the folks over at Nike Sportswear are gearing up to drop the “Elephant Print” Nike Foamposite Pro sometime in the near future. While the rumor mill is running rampant with murmurs of a Fall arrival, its clear that things are about to get rather interesting in the months to come.
Having already shared a few previews and image updates, we’ve got some closer shots for all of you sneakerheads to take a look at. With the previously mentioned print taking full control of the models wavy build, a dab of orange on the tongue tab and pink about sole make these one of the most flamboyant takes on the Foamposite Pro to date. Has the graphic trend run its course? Or will these be an instant cop? Check out the new shots and be sure to sound off 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
With plenty of heat set to line the shelves of retailers tomorrow, sneakerheads everywhere are getting ready to do some early morning shopping. While plenty of money will surely be shelled out, there’s even more sneaker hotness coming next weekend. Dropping on March 29, the Air Jordan 5Lab3 continues to dazzle with each and every image update. Sporting a sick reflective upper, atop an equally enticing translucent sole, it’s quite clear why sneakerheads are patiently awaiting this release. Check out a fresh new gallery of photos after the jump and make sure you keep rocking with SneakerFiles for more info.
Air Jordan 5LAB3
Reflect Silver/Reflect Silver-Black-White
By now, you should already have July 19 marked on your calendars. Just in case you forgot about what’s dropping that day, this post will surely jog your memories. Having already provided quite a few looks at the “Wolf Grey” Air Jordan III, some official shots of the upcoming drop are here for all of you sneakerheads to check out. While the verdict is still out on this particular take on the classic Jordan silhouette, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the level of hype ramps up as their release date draws near. Check out another shot after the jump and keep our browsers locked to SneakerFiles for more.
Air Jordan 3 Retro
Wolf Grey/Metallic Silver-Black-White
Just in case the first “Camo” Nike KD VI wasn’t enough for you GS sneakerheads, Nike has apparently created another version. In taking your very first look at this “Green Camo” colorway, you’ll notice the crisp green camouflage graphic that wraps itself around the shoes entire upper. Pair that with some orange accents, and you have a release that is noticeably brighter than the first go around. As you can see, this latest take on the KD VI GS is already popping up at retailers, so keep your eyes peeled while you’re out in the streets breaking bread. With all the heat scheduled to release this weekend, could these pull off the upset and knock off one of your higher seeded options? Peep another look after the jump and let us know how you feel about this drop.