Coinciding with the upcoming spring season, Converse revisits the timeless Chuck Taylor, adorning the kick in colorful tones for the “Resofla” Pack. A Hawaiian vibe is channeled on the canvas uppers of the Hi and Slip Ox, as two color variations of the floral print take over each pair. The darker colorway features a red background with yellow, orange and blue flowers, while the lighter versions see the same colors on a white background. Don’t sleep as the Converse Chuck Taylor “Resofla” Pack is available now in limited quantities at atmos.
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Before the “Last Shot” there was the “First Shot.” As only a freshman in 1982, MJ got on to his game-winning ways early by knocking down a jumper to defeat Georgetown in the NCAA National Championship Game. The Air Jordan 1 KO “Rivalry” Pack celebrates the moment and the two Jordan Brand schools, dressing the canvas kicks in Tar Heel and Hoya Hues. Get a detailed look at these collegiate colorways of the AJKO below via Hypebeast and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for release date information.
Kevin Durant’s game embodies his Easy Money Sniper nickname with an even-keel flow on the floor that features a quick burst of flash. The latest rendition of his sixth signature sneaker does the same, with a subtle base and fiery pops to create the Nike KD VI “Neutral”. Mirroring some of the road PE versions of the model that Durant has already laced this season in Kicks On Court, this KD VI is bringing the bang to everyone. Dark tones of black and anthracite split to provide the base, while a bright total orange Swoosh and team orange accents hop off the subtle upper. Forged by fire, this take on the low-top sniper will hit stores March 15th for $130. Drop your thoughts in the feedback box below, and keep heating up Nice Kicks for everything sneakers.
Sway Calloway and the Sway in the Morning team are coming back to Austin, TX. On March 13th and 14th, the Shade 45 show will broadcast live from the Nice Kicks Shop from 7 AM to 11 AM CST. The event is closed to the public this year, but you can tune in to the show via SiriusXM Radio each morning. From T.I. to Snoop Dogg to Victor Cruz, get a recap of who all stopped by Sway last year in the photo recap here.
Supreme demonstrates their collaborative moxie once again by teaming up with Comme des Garçons SHIRT and Vans to form a formidable trio and present a new 2014 Collection.Decked out in polka-dot and checkerboard digs, the Vans Era and Sk8-Hi are enlisted for the set, as each silhouette is represented in black and red pairs. With the theme being held over across the board, the Sk8-Hi’s make use of the extra real estate by paying to the late NYC skate legend Harold Hunter. Have a gander at the collection below and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for further info on the proposed mid-June drop date.
The Air Jordan 1 KO “Chicago” is coming back. Last released four years ago with an aged midsole, the canvas kicks are returning in super clean fashion. White, red and black round out this rendition, baring Swoosh, Wings and Nike Air branding. A leather collar provides contrast on the upper, capping off the “Chicago” colorway. Get a preview of this AJKO via Wish ATL and look for these to launch at select Jordan Brand accounts nationwide this Saturday.
It’s been a day for debuts. After LeBron James’ break out of the Nike LeBron 11 Elite in Chicago, Russell Westbrook chose Hollywood for the first wear of his Air Jordan 10 PE. Following in the footsteps of the Chris Paul pair, this AJ10 exclusive features a black base, Thunder team colors down the tongue, icy outsoles and Westbrook’s jersey number tagging the ankle. While Russ eventually switched to the Air Jordan XX8 SE, these did get some hardwood TV time. Peep a close up shot from Sole Collector above and look for more in tomorrow morning’s Kicks On Court.