With the NFL season approximately five weeks away and training camps already in full swing, football fans are anticipating another exciting season on the gridiron. As league parity remains at an all-time high, fan bases are intrigued at the notion of their favorite franchise representing their respective conferences in Arizona during Super Bowl XLIX this February.
As anticipation builds, we have decided to capture this emotion by providing you with a list of the Nice Kicks All-22, a positional breakdown of the top sneakerheads in the NFL.
Last Friday, we detailed the top sneakerheads on offense. Today, we take a look at the defensive starters of the All-22 roster.
With many teams starting training camp this week, fans and players alike are excited about the start of another tremendous NFL season. 32 fan bases will eagerly follow their squad's ups and downs this season, all with the hope of witnessing their favorite team hoist the Lombardi trophy in Arizona come February.
As exciting as a championship prospect may be, we look to capture this excitement by providing you with a list of the Nice Kicks All-22, a positional breakdown of the top sneakerheads in the NFL.
Today, we detail the biggest sneakerheads on the offensive side of the ball.
This summer, Bud Light is bringing the 21+ crowd to a magical place called Whatever, USA. Only open for three days, this town takes having a good time to a new level. While we can't disclose all the fun and festivities that will take place, we can tell you how to get there and what to wear. Check out our five recommend sneaker picks for being up for whatever during your three-day stay. Then, secure your ticket to Whatever, USA by heading to UpforWhatever.com and proving you're up for whatever with a 10 second audition video.
Many assumed the Nike LeBron 11 would carry King James and the Heat to the first 3-peat in over a decade, but the Spurs had other plans. While the Nike LeBron 11 can't be blamed for Miami's lackluster play in the NBA Finals, it was apparent that LeBron wasn't a fan of his latest kicks...at least on court. The shoe may not have been the King's favorite, but the Nike LeBron 11 was a frequent wear for Manu Ganoboli and other NBA stars, proving the model's staying power. Designed with "Duality" on the mind of Jason Petrie, the LeBron 11 is one of the only shoes that looks identical upside down as it does right side up. Weighing in as the lightest Nike LeBron signature to date, the LeBron 11 features Nike Hyperposite, and it introduced us to a combination of full-length Lunarlon with a Zoom Air unit in the sole. With the King's return home still on the minds of many, we decided to pay tribute to the last signature sneaker LeBron wore as a member of the Heat. Browse the catalog of the Nike LeBron 11 colorways below, and be sure to let us know which non-Elite or EXT release is your current favorite in the comment section.