Releasing alongside the Nike Air Force 1 Low Canvas “White/Black” next month is this iteration of the Nike Air Force 1 Low Canvas.
Previewed back in January, these low-top kicks again feature a squadron blue-colored canvas upper with contrasting sport turquoise accents, a white midsole, and a gum outsole for a complete finish.
A perfect option for Summer, look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low Canvas “Squadron Blue/Sport Turq-White” to release on Just 15th at a retail price of at all participating retailers including the NikeStore. Stick with Sneaker Files for more.
The Reebok Question has experienced a resurgence in popularity and leading that charge has been Stockholm’s Sneakersnstuff. Fresh off their recent “Croqus” edition of the classic Reebok model, it featured a Lakeresque colorway of purple and gold based on the first flower that blooms in the spring time in Sweden. Now the SNS crew is back at it this time calling there model “A Shoe About Nothing”. Why the odd name you ask? No it’s not inspired by Seinfeld, but instead, inspiration was drawn from nothing. From the words of SNS co-founder Erik Fagerlind, “they just liked the colors.” The shoe utilizes similar colorblocking as the “Croqus” and featues a mint green and burgundy upper compliment with a grey accents and inner lining. This is sure to be another hot seller so stay tuned to the SNS webshop so you dont miss out.
Looking like something straight out of Chinese New year, here we take a closer look at the Western PE Air Jordan XX8 from the Jordan Brand High School Classic Earlier this year. With a tripped out dark red on red upper sock concealing an all red inner booty, these towers of majestic power come accented with a heavy dosage of gold, especially around the sole areas which come lined with a glitter-innfused icy outsoles… hectic. These are just Player Editions so there will be no general release love, but have a gander at the detailed pics below curtsey of nicekicks.
Nike has never been afraid of the hybrid, exploring the fusion of the endless styles has spawned a whole new fleet of fresh feet treats. The Wardour Max 1 is a pretty tight example of this ethos in evolution. Seen here for Spring/Summer 2013, the intermingled trail and running silhouette comes cloaked in British Tan and Khaki through the upper, complemented with heavy tonal stitching bouncing back to the ever-fresh Air Max 1 sole unit. So, if your down to smash the trails in style or stomp the streets like a smooth operator, head to Hanon to cop yours now.
Following the dark grey/teal edition of their Free Alt Closure Run, Nike gear up to send another schmick scheme out into the sneakersphere. Featuring a black elasticisedexoskeleton cage over the upper, these grey mesh bandits double up on the lock-down with a webbed layer of bright blue Hyperfuse taping. Finished of with a 4.0 Free sole, these free motion running socks are a tight package for all lightweight freaky sneaker fans. Peep these and more in Sneaker Freaker issue 27 and stay tuned for release info.
Japan’s Comme des Garcons’ casual line ‘PLAY’ in conjunction with Converse have come to gather to spread some love on the classic ’76 Pro Leather silhouette. The pack comprises low and mid options with a simplistic running scheme of black red and white with all models adorning the Comme des Garcons PLAY love heart motif pattern printed cross the uppers. All styles will be available on Dover Street Market’s website and at the Comme des Garçons NYC store starting May 28, in Paris and London starting June 1 and at Comme des Garçons stores in Tokyo and throughout Asia starting June 21. News via nikeinc.com.
Clae offer up a classy canvas camo mid-cut Strayhorn boot for all the suave soldiers out there. Featuring a sweet tri-tone wavy camouflage motif across the upper, these smart-casual sneaks come fused upon lightweight cupsoles and sport orange accents on the lace eyelets and tongue lining. Transition into urban combat mode now over at killcom.
For sneakerheads who have been awaiting some sort of release update in regards to any of the Nike LeBron X EXT’s. After countless switches in release information, we’ve finally got some concrete release information to share with all you sneakerheads.
The Nike LeBron X “Black/Mint”, the Nike LeBron X “Denim” and the Nike LeBron X “Brown Suede” will be arriving at European shops next month. Set to release first is the “Black/Mint” colorway which is tentatively scheduled to release on June 10th with the “Denim” pair set to arrive on June 22nd and the “Brown Suede” pair penciled in for a July 6th release.
Keep reading after the jump to see a few more shots of each pair of the aforementioned kicks and be sure to keep rocking with SneakerFiles for updates regarding U.S. release information. In case you may want to get your hands on these a little earlier, ronimo1989 on eBay has these available for purchase right now.
Nike LeBron X EXT “Black Suede”
Black/Black-Dark Field Brown-Tourmaline
Nike LeBron X EXT “Denim”
Midnight Navy/Midnight Navy-Hazelnut-Fireberry
New Balance is offering up something a little left from the standard stable of classic 574 colourways. In applying a classic camouflage swatch to the silhouette through the outsole and accenting in the upper, NB further mashes up this crowd pleaser with vibrant orange hits on a smooth army green suede and mesh combo for a tactical eye popping take-down. Available now, you can sneak into a pair over at Feature.