The latest rendering of Kevin Durant’s sixth signature sneaker can’t be fully appreciated until the details are revealed. Luckily, we now have an up-close and personal vision at the Nike KD VI EXT “Floral”. As the premium version of the KD VI, this EXT features a double tongue and higher-end materials to create a strong lifestyle silhouette. Accompanying the unique floral pattern that graces the entire upper and tongue is a glossy black Swoosh and KD emblem, an orange visible Air unit, and an ice blue outsole. Get some sight in our detailed images below, and get ready for these flowers to blossom March 15th for $130 at select NSW providers, including shopnicekicks.
Jägermeister, Mitchell & Ness and Spike TV are teaming up with Woven Digital for a four-day music extravaganza. Woven sites Uproxx, Nice Kicks, The Chive and Bro Bible will host concerts this Wednesday through Saturday at 311 East 5th Street in downtown Austin, TX. CSS regulars Stalley, DJ SKEE, Snoop Dogg, Troy Ave, Travi$ Scott and Riff Raff are among the performers, with DJ Green Lantern serving as resident DJ throughout the course of concerts. Click here to RSVP for a chance to hit up the shows.
Earlier today, British Knights relaunched at the Nice Kicks Shop in Austin, TX. Led by Scooter Braun, the BK bring back is set to kick off with the release of the Dr. Romanelli collaborative collection on March 15th at the Nice Kicks Shop and ten of the top boutiques in the US. Braun and Romanelli were on hand at the event, which showcased an array of upcoming product. Peep the Dr. Romanelli collection in the pics below and in detail here, alongside shots of other soon to release sneakers and gear from British Knights.
Despite their lineup of classic skate kicks, Vans is still bent on pushing their limits with brand new models. case in point, the LXVI Prime. Via enhanced design details geared toward elevated performance, the Prime features a seamless one-piece synthetic leather upper, sliced up with perforations for increased breathability and flexibility. Comfort comes into the equation with the UltraCush lite midsole combined with a flex-grooved WaffleFlex outsole. Available in Speckle Black and Python Light Grey, the Vans LXVI Prime is now available at Vans for $100.
A familiar Nike colorway is brought to one of the brand’s more unique silhouettes to shell out the Nike Air Footscape Motion Black/Bright Magenta. Designed with asymmetrical lacing and a Nike Free-inspired sole, the Footscape Motion is one of the brand’s more unique-looking models. This new style code only adds to the individuality with a leather suede and mesh upper, blacked out with bright magenta and sea spray detailing on the eyelets, Swoosh and heel clip. A plush white midsole finishes off the works with contrast on this lightweight sidewinder, which is a available now at Nike.
Enjoying a second go-around, the Nike Air Presto is reintroduced in a new Neutral Grey/Cyber colorway, giving the old model new life. Over the soft toe box and mesh tongue, neutral grey sets the tone of the sneaker, flanked and caged in by hyper blue plastic on both side and the toe cap. Cyber serves accent duty holding down branding throughout and across the inner lining. Check out this new Air Presto in detail in the photos below and hit up Titolo to grab a pair for €118.09 (~$164).
The Converse Jack Purcell’s canvas upper is treated as such and given a Shibori treatment in the latest version to be showcased. Shibori, defined as “twisting” in Japanese, involves dipping cloths into dye and twisting it to achieve a unique aesthetic. That is the case for this Jack Purcell, which features blue stripes set atop a tan canvas base. Keeping the color scheme in line, blue trim lines the ankle collar, with a white midsole employed to complete the casual look. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates on when this Shibori Jack Purcell is set to land at retailers.
Continuing the year of the six is a new colorway of the model for those with daintier feet. The Air Jordan 6 GS “Game Royal” takes the silhouette and drenches it in vivid tones to create a lively look. Drenched in the nickname’s hue across the entire upper in tumbled leather, detailing comes in vivid pink and lucid green. Pink paints the midsole and Jumpman logo, while the bright green sneaks in the midsole and pops on the laces. Do you wish this was a widespread colorway? Tell us in the comment section below, and grab a pair March 15th for $120 at select JB retailers, including Eastbay.
Needless to say, Chicago holds a special place in the heart of Michael Jordan. As the return of the OG Air Jordan 1 Retro KO High nears, a shout out to the city was in order, and it comes in the form of a classic Bulls color scheme. Profiled in the detailed images below, red, black and off-white each take their place on the canvas upper of the vintage-style kick. See the shoe for yourself in the shots below, and mark your calendar for the “Chicago” AJKO release this Saturday, March 15 for $140.