Sitting down? Okay, you’re ready to hear about the Lance Mountain x Nike SB x Air Jordan 1. Inspired by Mountain’s days of skating in painted, mismatched Air Jordan 1s,
Merging two of Nike’s most game-changing technologies, a “Bright Crimson” colorway of the Flyknit Air Max has landed at retailers in time for the transitional period between spring and summer. The Nike Flyknit Air Max integrates the iconic pumped up Air Max technology with the brand’s knitted upper material making for an equally comfortable and lightweight sneaker. With bright crimson as the dominant color, vivid blue meets the title color halfway, extending onto the midsole and outsole. From there, a large black Swoosh contrasts the bright hues that sit on top of the shoe. The “Bright Crimson” Nike Flyknit Air Max is now available at Hanon.
Customization programs such as NIKEiD and miadidas have changed the way people choose their sneakers, offering more options and personalized makeups than ever before. A slew of notable silhouettes from multiple brands have hit consumer design studios in the past, but what would be the ultimate sneakers for NIKEiD? Dime Magazine has composed their list of 15 sneakers that they want to see on NIKEiD, which includes everything from the Nike Cortez to the Nike LeBron VIII. Tell us what you’d like to see on the customization site in the comment section below, and check out the list in its entirety to discover what they chose as numero uno at Dime.
Just three days after debuting a never-before-seen, all-purple Nike Kobe 9 EM in San Antonio, we spot yet another new colorway of Kobe Bryant’s ninth signature shoe on Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker’s feet. In last night’s loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, Tucker took to the court in the Nike Kobe 9 EM White/Court Purple. Tucker’s latest debut features Court Purple accents in the form of the eyelets, outsole, branding and inner lining.
View these kicks on court, plus Jeremy Lin’s adidas PEs and Austin Rivers’ custom sneakers, below.