Nike WMNS Running “DC” Collection


Women from across the world are invited to run Washington, D.C. in the upcoming Nike Women’s Half Marathon that takes place in the nation’s capital, and the sponsor of the even has produced a trio of sneakers for the event. The Nike WMNS Running “DC” Collection consists of three different Swoosh silhouettes, each dressed in similar style and detailed with commemorative detailing. Included in the pack is an option for everyone, led by the new Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit, which is complimented by the Free 1.0 Cross Bionic and the Air Max Thea Print in turbo green and sport turquoise tones. Whether you’re on your way to the DMV or not, pick up a pair from the “DC” Collection when they release April 24th at Nike.

adidas Energy Boost 2 #WeAllRunBoston Custom for Natalie Morales

adidas Energy Boost #WeAllRunBoston Custom

Today, Natalie Morales of the TODAY Show is slated to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon in the adidas Energy Boost 2 #WeAllRunBoston Custom. Natalie will be one

Nike Air Max 1 “GTD” Custom


Red is still the move heading into the warmer seasons, and the latest production from JBF Customs is as fiery as they come. The creator’s new Nike Air Max 1 “GTD” Custom adds red to every element of the iconic silhouette, textured with JBF’s signature scales. Overall, this all-red Air Max 1 defines premium. Materials used in the composition consist of washed lambskin, genuine python, lizard and crocodile skin, all brought together with a suede finish. Even more detailing comes in the form of custom leather incomparable tongue patches, tipped off by gold lace tassels that were imported from Dank Customs. Is this one of the best custom pieces you’ve seen in a while? Drop a line in the feedback space below with your thoughts, and keep Nice Kicks moving for everything sneakers.

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NIKEiD “Easter” Collection Available Now

NIKEiD Easter Collection Available Now

The NIKEiD “Easter” Collection dresses up the Nike KD VI, Nike Kobe 9 EM and Nike LeBron 11 in Sunday service style. A camo upper proves the boldest on the

Community Collections: Lee Ingram


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Community Collections is spending Easter Sunday down under in the city of Perth. Australia’s Lee Ingram is currently on an ASICS kick, complete with a throne, but his collection runs

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Sunday Survey: The Week’s Biggest Sneaker Stories


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Take a look back at the biggest sneaker-related stories of the week in Sunday Survey. Click through the pages for direct access to the most popular posts, features and videos from the past seven days here at Nice Kicks.

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Kicks On Court: Russell Westbrook Debuts Air Jordan XX9 PE in 2014 Playoff Opener


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Just two days after the official unveiling of the highly-anticipated Air Jordan XX9, we see Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook make the on-court debut of this all-woven silhouette. In Game 1 of the Memphis Grizzlies vs. Oklahoma City Thunder matchup, Westbrook laced up the XX9 in a Thunder-esque ‘Home’ colorway, which makes use of a white base with photo blue elephant print and branding. Also featured on Westbrook’s player exclusive is sections of orange branding, orange trim around the aforementioned elephant print areas and a translucent outsole. No word on when or if this Russell Westbrook PE will release as of now, but stay tuned.

View these kicks on court, plus new PEs worn by Andre Iguodala, Klay Thompson, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and others, below.

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The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

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From the latest Air Jordan to a denim-covered signature set to dominate, this week’s The Good, the Bad & the Ugly covers stories that span the sneaker spectrum. Click through the pages below to see which kicks are highlighted this week, and then give us your GBU picks in the comments.

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