The Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low has sneakerheads pumped. After a tease in the form of a limited HTM drop, many thought Flyknit would never be featured on an accessible low-top Kobe 9 release. Recent unveilings of both the "Hyper Grape" and "Beethoven" blends provide new hope for new pickups, offering the total package of technology on two off-court friendly drops. So, we ask you today: which colorway do you prefer? Check out the photos below and cast your vote for your personal favorite in today's Sneaker Showdown.
When first launched in silver, the Air Jordan 3 "5Lab3" set the sneaker world on fire. An all-reflective Air Jordan 3? It seemed too good to be true and too hard to get. As that release passed, many wondered and debated whether or not the best JB release of the year had already hit us in the month of March. The conversation shifted last week when we saw our first look at the black-based take on the 5Lab3 concept. Now that we've seen official images of the latter, we ask you, our readers: which 5Lab3 colorway is the best? Speak your mind in the voting poll and comment section in today's Sneaker Showdown.
Earlier today, Ronnie Fieg announced the release date for both the "Cove" and "Mint Leaf" ASICS Gel Lyte V collabs. Both pairs draw from classic colorways crafted by Fieg on the ASICS Gel Lyte III, staying true to theme in hue and composition. Releasing this Saturday, you can't go wrong with either pair. Still, we're curious, which pair do you prefer? Take a look at both below and give us your favorite in the voting poll.
This Saturday, the Nike “BHM” Collection releases. The signature basketball models serve as standouts, already getting wear by their respective sponsors on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and beyond. Today, we ask you to pick your favorite signature sneakers from this upcoming collection. Is it the Nike LeBron 11, Nike KD VI or Jordan Melo M10? Take a look at the pics below and give us your vote in the Sneaker Showdown poll.
The Tar Heels and the Fighting Ducks didn't match up in this year's big dance, but they do square off in today's Sneaker Showdown. Following a slew of awesome UO exclusives and yesterday's Carolina-clad colorway, we ask you, which Air Jordan 4 PE is better: the Black/Chrome "Oregon" 4s or the "UNC" 4s? Take a look at the two and give us your vote in the poll below.