No one wants any of their sneakers stolen, but as the newest innovation from Nike Basketball and with a $225 price tag, you definitely don’t want anyone stealing your Kobe 9s. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happens to Jon Hundreds’ Nike Kobe 9 “Perspective” in his latest scene. Check out the comical video here, and get a full look at Jon’s personal 3,000+ pair collection in our Sneak Peek here.
As a pivotal player in the industry, Nike Basketball has lead the way in innovation and design. Signing some of the best players in the NBA including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant, Nike made their presence known worldwide. Using Flywire materials and Hyperfuse construction, Nike Basketball has made not only lighter performance shoes but durable as well. Check for the latest signature shoes below:
- LeBron James shoes -> Latest shoe is the Nike LeBron 11.
- Kobe Bryant shoes-> Latest shoe is the Nike Kobe 9.
- Kevin Durant shoes-> Latest shoe is the Nike KD 6.
Not one to forget where he came from, LeBron and his latest shoe, the Nike LeBron 11, once again pay homage with the latest “Summit Lake Hornets” signature edition. Based in court purple and vivid blue, the transitional area between the Hyperposite and Hyperfuse comes in bearing a honeycomb pattern, with the Posite sporting a color-changing Chroma look. The “Summit Lake Hornets” LeBron 11 will hit retailers on March 8 for $200.
Feeling blue? The Nike Kobe 9 Elite puts the azul mood into “Perspective” literally and figuratively, tapping from the work of Pablo Picasso during Kobe’s break from basketball. Flywire in composition and super-high in cut, this special edition colorway carries a neon turquoise tones all over the upper, amplified by volt branding and brush stroke styling. Get a look at the Nike Kobe 9 Elite “Perspective” via Yamaotoko below and expect these to launch on March 8th at Nike.
Kobe Bryant is a masterful performer, but what if his latest masterpiece wasn’t the Nike Kobe 9 Elite? Foot Locker explores an alternate side of Kobe in their latest spot, with the Black Mamba positioned as a master piano craftsman rather than an on-court master. Check out the video above, and keep Foot Locker bookmarked for all of your Kobe Bryant footwear and sportswear needs.
Dressed like a daybed or your grandmother’s big-buttoned blazer, the Nike KD VI EXT “Floral” defies convention by donning a flowery fabric facade. A black base is all but covered in embroidered petals in hues of blue and orange, adding depth and design to the usually smooth Hyperfuse base. Air Max cushioning is still apparent in the orange accented heel, with an icy outsole adding even more style points. Look for the Nike KD VI EXT “Floral” to launch next Saturday via @nikestore Twitter link.
Last night, LeBron James entered his zone by scoring a career-high 61 points. Letting the good times roll, his friend Brandon Weems has unveiled our first look at the “Watch the Throne” colorway of the Nike LeBron 11. Coinciding with the Jay Z x Kanye West album and debuted on the Nike LeBron 9 silo, this sequel sports the same color code, seeing the same black base with gold branding and colorful lining. Givenchy inspired laces continue to pop, while an icy outsole keeps things cool. Is this the best Nike LeBron 11 yet? Let us know in the comment section.
The Nike Air Maestro Flight I might not carry the signature star power or eye-bulging price tag that other nostalgic models hone, but let’s not sleep on this shoe. Sporting a sockliner similar to the Huarache series, this late ’92 release received NBA endorsement from Scottie Pippen and college play from Jason Kidd. Well regarded for its performance prowess and influencing today’s kicks like the Nike Zoom HyperRev, get the inside scoop behind this vault basketball cut at Nike, Inc.
Can it be that it was all so simple? While LeBron James has made scoring in the NBA look easy as of late, it’s hard to imagine it being much more fun than his early days of youth basketball. The Nike LeBron 11 “Summit Lake Hornets” sees the latest tribute to his junior squad, sporting the hues of court purple and vivid blue on the technical model. Chroma color fade shows up on the Hyperposite shell, sharing attention with a nest inspired trim. Check out detailed photos via Wish ATL and look for these to launch at select Nike Basketball accounts on March 8th.