The Knicks have already entered the offseason, and a casual lifestyle rendition of Patrick Ewing’s retros are following right behind. Previewed today by Ewing Athletics, the upcoming Ewing 33 Hi Burgundy Suede/Gum is a high-class take on the vintage hoop shoe. Sporting an all-suede upper in deep burgundy, white contrast on the detailing and midsole join with a gum outsole to keep everything clean. Watch for this style code of the Ewing 33 Hi sometime in May, but keep refreshing Nice Kicks for future details.
Drenched in tennis history, the adidas Stan Smith is still enjoying a momentous retro run. Aside from original colorways being re-released, the timeless silhouette also finds itself dabbling in the skate world by way of the vulcanized offerings from adidas Skateboarding. Having shed some weight, this latest take on the slimmed down version finds itself covered mostly in mid cinder with red accents and an off-white vulc sole. Take in a few more looks below and head over to retailers like Concepts to cop.
Newly re-made in mesh but classically color blocked, the Nike Air Max 90 Breathe “University Red” offers a redesigned rendition of the icon for a summer option. This AM 90 is the headliner of the Nike Air Max Breathe Collection, which features a lineup of notable Swoosh silhouettes that are each dressed down for warmer weather. With a spacer mesh upper for maximum breathability, this SKU can handle the heat that it brings on itself in a White/Black-University Red colorway. Tell us if this is a must-have for your seasonal rotation below, and lace a pair today for $130 from Nike.
Nike’s commitment to Oregon athletics spreads across the board, and the Ducks baseball team is the latest recipient of the recognition. U of O baseball was recently blessed with a PE of one of Ken Griffey Jr.’s Swoosh sneakers, the Nike Swingman 360 “Oregon” PE. Staying in original form with a turf outsole without cleats, this Swingman 360 is decked out in Ducks apple green. How does this special edition diamond dandy stack up against the history of Oregon PEs? Sound off in the feedback space below, and keep swinging through Nice Kicks for all of your sneaker news and information.
Workouts for women took a whole new shape in the 1980s, with ladies around the world bouncing around and getting physical. Directly correlated and forever associated with the bold calisthenics was the run of Reebok sneakers that transitioned from the studio to the street. One of the game-changing silhouettes from the era returns with the new Reebok Freestyle “Vintage” Pack. Alternatively known as the 5411, the Reebok Freestyle holds a recognizable design in a quintet of vivid colors. Maintaining its nostalgia, the retro rendition of the model still features original Union Jack branding, an exposed foam tongue, and crackled vintage leather sidestripes. Get a look at the full collection below, and watch for the Freestyle “Vintage” Pack today at select Reebok Classic retailers.