The 1978 Honolulu Marathon saw the debut of the Nike Air Tailwind, and the Swoosh is bringing ’70s style back with the new Nike Air Tailwind 79 Pack. A full-length air unit is found in the sole of this retro runner, which remains true to original style while still functional for modern sneaker wearers. Black and grey versions are available now at Crooked Tongues, so head there for both a history lesson and your chance to cop.
Who’s taking the title for 2014 CSS MVP? While two months of the year are already in the books, we have last year’s top runner ups showing up in mid-season form. Jason Sudeikis proves that the sometimes the best kicks are on the sideline, while Trinidad Jame$ rocks past, present and future from Jordan Brand. All-CSS standouts aside, we catch Pharrell tossing his name in the hat for future first team honors, ScHoolboy Q channeling Marty McFly and Yesus from B.I.C. breaking out AJ11s from 11 years ago. See who wore what over the course of the last week and let us know who brought it the hardest by voting in the poll, on Twitter and in the comment section.
The latest release of Michael Jordan’s third signature is a brand new colorway that gives off a classic vibe. Featuring a style similar to a few of the shoe’s original looks, the Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″ features a white tumbled leather base with traditional cement and black elephant print. New details comes from the recently-trending infrared hue, adding fresh flare to the timeless silhouette. First time colorways bring brand new opportunities from a styling standpoint, and this latest style code of the AJ 3 presents a wide array of options. From denim and sweatpants, to cuffed pants and khakis, the “Infrared 23″ 3s allow for individual styling.
Surf through our latest On-Foot Look to get a full preview of how the Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″ will look when worn with different styles of pants. Tell us what you plan to hook them up with in the comment box at the bottom of the page, and find the latest Jordan 3s on March 8th at select Jordan Brand retailers, including in-store at the Nice Kicks Shop.
The sneakers originally made popular thanks to their comfort just got even more comfortable. Made even more flexible thanks to neoprene uppers and a Hyperfuse weld, the Nike Roshe Run NM adds another chapter to the series. Three new vibrant colorways of the stretchy Roshe Runs are now available in Game Royal, Light Crimson, and Black. Each pair in the trio comes with solid color-blocked uppers, contrasted by off-white laces and midsoles. Lace them with or without socks this upcoming spring after picking up a pair today for $90 from shopnicekicks.
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.
Monta Ellis switches up his kicks on court more than anyone else in the NBA. After debuting the Air Jordan 10 “Powder Blue” retro last week, the Dallas Mavericks guard took to the court in the “Wolf Grey” Air Jordan 5 in last night’s nationally televised game against the Denver Nuggets.
If you recall, the “Wolf Grey” 5s released during the spring of 2011, and are considered one of the most underrated retros that year. Check out these kicks on court, along with the rest of the heat donned on the NBA hardwood, below.
The latest addition to the “Geometric” collection comes in the form of the Nike Roshe Run GPX PRM. Donning an aesthetic of angular design, polygonal shapes traced by black lines take to the kick’s grey upper. Black also shows up on the inner lining and laces, with the sole keeping it classic, seen in stark white. The Nike Roshe Run GPX PRM “Geometric” is available now at Shop Nice Kicks for $85.