Posts tagged Grey/Volt”
The Nike Air Command Force are big, bad and bold high-tops that are back like they never left. Truly feeling like a vintage sneaker, the shoe was initially released in 1990 during a golden age for hoops. Pushing cultural relevance even further, the kicks were popularized the character Billy Hoyle played by Woody Harrelson as seen in “White Men Can’t Jump”. In addition to that, the performance aspects are not to be overlooked: the shoe’s pump technology was Nike’s answer to Reebok back in 1991. All-in-all, the vibrant color scheme of the Nike Air Command Force make it impossible to ignore from the hardwood to Hollywood.
Available in stores and online Saturday. Check out Release Locator for stores.
The Air Jordan Future arrives in an interesting 3M Dark Grey and Volt colorway. Ditching its usual woven build, dark grey mesh covers the entire upper and midsole while while volt energizes the sole. The sneaker is overall clean and crisp; a solid offering from Jordan Brand for those enjoy options.
Available at Flight 23 and online now.
The newest Nike LeBron Zoom Soldier 8 colorway is Magnet Grey/Volt-Dark Magnet Grey and it drops this Saturday, August 23rd. Magnet grey dominates the shoe as it takes care of the upper, tongue, and ankle strap. That makes the pops of volt on the outsole, Nike/LeBron branding, inner lining, and lace loops even more eye catching than they’d normally be. This Soldier 8 will be available at House of Hoops by Foot Locker and Footlocker.com for $ 130.