Posts tagged “Black/Metallic
New Chrome for an Old Classic
The Jordan Retro VI Low returns remastered in a classic black and metallic silver colorway with a shiny lace toggle and icy sole. See more detailed images below and be sure to grab your pair on Saturday, August 28th in stores or online (10 am EDT). See Launch Locator for stores and additional details.
Nike Lunar Force 1 Sneakerboot is an updated classic that maintains the aesthetics of the classic Nike’s while donning winter-appropriate enhancements for the coldest months of the year. Its all-black/monochromatic color scheme is one of those things that goes out of style and that’s exactly what’s on display with this shoe. The upper sports water-resistant properties arriving in a mix of materials that ensures inclement weather won’t leave a mark.
Available in stores and online.
The Nike Hyperdunk 2014 brings a nice, clean black and metallic silver outfit. The sneaker features an all-black Hyperfuse upper, black Lunarlon midsole, and metallic silver Nike Swoosh that cuts across the side in an otherwise all-black colorway. Lightweight, breathable and also durable, the outsole comes in a traditional herringbone pattern for durability and traction on any surface.
Available online only now.
Perhaps there is no more appropriate time for the most neutral colorway of the Nike Zoom Soldier 8 to drop. No matter if you’re rocking a LeBron Heat jersey, his old #23 Cavs jersey, or if you’re in the market for his new #6 Cavs jersey – this Saturday’s Soldier 8 Black/Metallic Silver release will match any of them. The Soldier 8, the shoe LeBron wore for the majority of last year’s playoffs, is constructed from a Hyperfuse upper and features a bold strap across the ankle. LeBron branding sits above the strap on the tongue and a jagged midsole gives the shoe some character from the floor up. This release is all black on the upper and midsole with metallic silver accents on the strap and tongue branding.
The Nike Zoom Soldier 8 “Black/Metallic Silver” drops on Saturday, July 19th at Foot Locker, House of Hoops by Foot Locker, and Footlocker.com (starting at 8:00 a.m. EDT) for $ 130. The release will also be available in kids sizes.
For only the second time since 1997, the Nike Air Bakin’ will hit stores. This Saturday, the retro basketball shoe, formerly endorsed by NBA Stars Mitch Richmond and Tim Hardaway, will drop in the original black/metallic silver-varisty red-orange blaze colorway. The Bakin’ (as in “shakin’ and bakin’” and not the breakfast food) features a black upper which is mostly covered by a red vented overlay. Orange blaze laces pop against the red and have also led some to nickname the shoe “Ketchup & Mustard.” Nike branding appears on the shoe’s ankle, tongue, midsole, and heel and an Air Max bubble is featured in the heel, as well.
The 90′s classic, Nike Air Bakin’, will drop this Saturday, April 5th at Foot Locker, House of Hoops by Foot Locker and Footlocker.com (starting at 8:00 a.m. EDT) for $ 150. The release will also be available in kids sizes at Foot Locker and Kids Foot Locker and online. Check the Launch Locator to see which stores will have this release.
Cruising into the second quarter of 2014, we’ve surely seen some heat thus far. To continue the streak, the Nike Air Bakin’ has been brought back from the days when Tim Hardaway was the speedy and shifty guard crossing everyone up in South Beach. This Nike Basketball classic features a varsity red upper with black resting on the tongue, lining, mudguard, and outsole. Check out the pictures above to see the clean and classic retro sneaker in all of its glory.
Available in stores and online Saturday. Check out Release Locator for stores.
The ’90s served as a period for glorious invention and reinvention of Nike Basketball footwear. Bold experiments in style and innovation brought us classics, with staying power. Perhaps, no sneaker better captures that sense of nostalgia than the Air Flightposite – a former hardwood classic turned urban staple that teeters the line between street and tech.
Meant to mirror a carbon fiber finish, the silhouette’s upper stays true to tonality with a range of black-on-black materials. No detail has been sacrificed to maintain the look and feel of the original. The lone contrast comes in the form of two white Swooshes on the heel and shell; both of which were featured on the same colored Air Flightposite model in 1999.
The Nike Air Flightposite 2014 “Black/Metallic Silver” drops tomorrow, Saturday,February 22nd at Foot Locker, House of Hoops by Foot Locker and Footlocker.com (starting at 8:00 a.m. EST) for $ 210. Check the Launch Locator to see which stores will have this release and let us know if you’ll be copping in the comments.