A wide range of sneaker information flooded the community this past week. We gathered photos and news on upcoming sneakers such as the Nike LeBron 8, the Metallic Pewter Nike Air Foamposite One and collected shocking news regarding the NBA’s ban against the Athletic Propulsion Lab Concept 1 sneaker. Also, we supplied you with a heavy dosage of features as always. Take a look at the hottest topics on Nice Kicks within the past week.
The Nike Air Foamposite One will be one of the more sought-after releases of 2011. Following the “Dark Neon Royal” Foamposites of last week, we received detailed photos of the ‘Metallic Pewter’ Foamposites this week.
Still on the fence about the soon-to-be-released Nike LeBron 8? Take a look at the extremely-detailed photos of this highly anticipated sneaker in our Nike LeBron 8 Unboxing. You can also learn about its multiple design cues in this three-page feature.
Earlier this week, the NBA officially banned the Athletic Propulsion Lab Concept 1 shoe from any use on court. This new line of sneakers has claimed to increase one?s vertical leap although factual proof of this advantage has not been proven. Ironically, this ban came just 25 years and one day after the infamous ban of Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan I. What are your thoughts on the NBA banning this shoe even though its statement of increasing one’s vertical leap has not been proved?
Also, view our and our Athletic Propulsion Labs Review? The Jury is Still Out and Jump Offs: A History of Performance Enhancing Basketball Shoes.
Fresh off of the heels of the preliminary “South Beach” Nike LeBron 8 release, photos of the Nike LeBron 8 V2. It features a flywire-base upper and is said to be extremely light in capacity. What are you thoughts on this second version of LeBron’s eighth signature shoe?
What are you going to be for Halloween this year? October 31st is right around the corner, and time is running out. However, we are here to help you with your costume. Take a look at our Kicks & Costumes: 20 Halloween Ideas.
This past Saturday, many sneaker enthusiast gathered in New York at Sneaker Con 2010. A ton of rare sneakers were on display such as the Nike Foamposite Lite “Kryptonate”, the “Busy P” Nike Air Force 1 and the Nike Hyperdunk via the “Aston Martin” Pack. Check out our Sneaker Con 2010 Recap.