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Now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Darrelle Revis continues to spread love throughout the league with a look at the Nike Zoom Revis “Chicago Bears”. Navy suede highlights the upper on this colorway, with orange Flywire and white patent leather providing contrast. Team tagging and a translucent outsole finish off this makeup, with availability details unknown at the time. Would you like to see the Zoom Revis launch in NFL team colorways? Tell us in the comment section.
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It’s time for another WNBA star to get a signature sneaker, right? We think so. While we celebrate Mother’s Day and look forward to the next shoe to sport the name of a female athlete, we look back at one of the best basketball shoes to do so. The Nike Air Zoom Swoopes was one of the many great models worn and endorsed by Sheryl Swoopes. Progressive and aggressive, elegant and elite, the shoe still looks stylish sixteen years later. Can we get these back, Nike? We sure hope so. Bring ‘em back!
Kicks: Nike Air Zoom Swoopes
image via Complex
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Gripping the gridiron when Brett Favre was on the scramble, the Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ‘97 has enjoyed casual life on the pavement. A Neo Turquoise/Volt colorway is as loud as it sounds, spicing up the football favorite with highlighter hues. Silver shines on the midsole jewel, reminding wearers of the model’s original function but less likely to scuff this time around. Just the same, an icy oustole caps off the colorway for quick cuts or summertime shine. This Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ‘97 makeup will release at Nice Kicks and select Nike Sportswear accounts on Saturday, May 11th.
Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ’97
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Though spring is in full swing, Nike SB has placed fall colors on the latest Zoom Stefan Janoski to drop. Brown suede covers the upper, and a tan, patterned material plays a secondary role on the heel. A tonal embroidered Swoosh, piping, and tongue label keep the understated look in tact, while a gum sole provides a slightly lightened finish. The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski “Light British Tan” is available now at select Nike SB retailers, including Flatspot.
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White accents contrast a Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski silo dipped in “Old Royal” blue. White on the branding, laces, and midsole is enough to draw eyes to your kicks this spring and summer. Zoom Air cushioning ensures you remain comfortable, while a slim profile makes the Janoski “Old Royal” an easy wear. You can pick up the “Old Royal” SB Janoski right now from Flatspot.
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A brand new Zoom Stefan Janoski make-up for this season is set for release from Nike SB in collaboration with New York-based hair studio and art gallery Three Squares Studio. The ever popular Janoski silhouette is decorated with a “Lemon Twist” colorway, surely comprising one of the bolder editions in the history of the skateboarding silhouette. Bearing a striking resemblance to the highly favored Volt tint used heavily by Nike in the past year, the sneaker features an entirely tonal outer in addition to a black tongue tag and co-branded markings on the footbed. This pair is currently stocked at Kasina for a price of USD.
The creative minds over at Sole Swap used a pair of Black/Green Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ’97s to create the Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ’97 “Oregon Alternate” Custom. Yellow accents were added for Oregon-appropriate contrast, and the formerly translucent outsole was dyed yellow as a further nod to the team the shoe is named after. What are your thoughts on the Nike Air Zoom Turf Jet ’97 “Oregon Alternate” custom?
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And since we’re already talking about Stefan Janoski, here is a closer look at the Nike SB team rider’s signature shoe in “Lemon Twist” colorway. The eye-catching tonal volt design originally came about as a silhouette for NYC’s Three Squares Studio, where the edition will be available this coming Sunday. However, as with many Nike SB projects, the Janoski “Lemon Twist” is likely to be available through other Nike SB retailers, like Seoul’s Kasina, on a later date. It is worth noting that the month of April will be a busy one for Janoski since the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski “Lemon Twist” will not be only one slated to launch. Another much sought after edition, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Premium “Floral Digi-Camo”, will be available through select retailers as well so be on the lookout for both.
Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski
Color: Lemon Twist/Lemon Twist-Black
We can’t talk enough about how dope Kevin Durant’s Nike Zoom KD V signature sneaker is. The latest version is the “N7,” a Native American inspired shoe.
The sneaker features a turquoise upper as well as yellow fade print inspired by Native America art. The color selection is impportant, with turquoise representing friendship in many Native communities while yellow is one of the colors featured on traditional Native American medicine wheel. The right shoe features the KD logo while the left features N7 logo. Each shoe comes with a N7 KD t-shirt.
“Playing in Oklahoma City has connected me to the mission of Nike N7 and the meaningful impact that it has with Native Americans here and across North America,” said Durant via a press release. “The new N7 KDV is very special—I believe in the power of sport to change lives and I support helping youth in Native American communities experience the positive benefits of being physically active.”
The Nike N7 collection launched in 2009, and has raised more than million for Native American and Aboriginal youth sport programs via the the N7 Fund.
Check out the Nike Zoom “N7″ KD V collection in the gallery, as well kicks from Summer 2013 collection that include N7 Nike Free Forward Moc, Nike LunarGlide+4 N7 and more.
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Nike Basketball has become synonymous with themed sneakers. This year’s Nike Basketball “Easter” Collection was of a colorful variety. However, last year the Nike Zoom KD IV “Mint Candy” introduced a new color, and was the most popular of the Easter Collection. The title color draped the majority of the shoe, with a slight break coming in the form of a new green colored Adaptive Fit strap and white accents. Exactly one year after its release, the KD IV ”Mint Candy” remains a head-turning colorway. Were you able to grab a pair when they released? If not, do you wish you would have? Let us know your story.
Nike Zoom KD IV
Mint Candy/White-New Green
April 6, 2012
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