Kicks On Court: Nike Alpholution Sighting in Memphis

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read ourĀ disclosure policy.

Kicks On Court

Over the past couple of weeks, we have spotted a slew of new sneakers in Kicks On Court. Specifically, sneakers such as the Nike Trainer 1, the Nike Hoop Structure and the Air Jordan 2010 have all made debut appearances since 2010 began. Last night, we spotted yet another fairly new Nike basketball sneaker on the NBA hardwood.

In a losing effort against the Memphis Grizzlies, Chicago Bulls forward James Johnson wore the a red/black colorway of the Nike Alpholution. The Nike Alpholution is simply a hybrid sneaker that draws most of inspiration from the Charles Barkley-endorsed Nike Alpha Force. This show owns a primarily black/red colored upper, features a white sole and uses a midfoot strap similar to the Nike KD II. What are your thoughts on the Nike Alpholution? Click here to view these kicks plus more worn by LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Richard Hamilton and others.

Kicks On Court
James Johnson dunking in the Nike Alpholution
Kicks On Court
Devin Brown leading the break in the "Flu Game" Air Jordan 12 and the James Johnson trailing in the Nike Alpholution
Kicks On Court
Jeff Teague in the Nike Zoom Flight Club
Kicks On Court
Udonis Haslem and Tim Duncan in the Converse Weapon EVO and the Adidas TS Supernatural Commander, respectively
Kicks On Court
Carmelo Anthony in the Jordan Melo M6
Kicks On Court
Amare Stoudemire wearing the Nike KD II
Kicks On Court
Richard Hamilton in the "Flint" Air Jordan 13
Kicks On Court
Andrew Bynum in his Peak signature sneaker
Kicks On Court
LeBron James in the Nike Air Max LeBron VII
Kicks On Court
Ramon Sessions in the Reebok Kamikaze 2010 and Channing Frye wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe V iD
Kicks On Court
Dwyane Wade in the Air Jordan 2010
Kicks On Court
Tyreke Evans in the Nike Air Max Rise
Kicks On Court
Lamar Odom in the Nike Zoom Kobe V
Kicks On Court
Kobe Bryant in the Nike Zoom Kobe V

Related Posts:

Never miss a release again

Trending:

Leave a Reply