Nike’s expansive City Pack grows by leaps and bounds each day and the latest city to be featured is Shanghai. Known for being the subject of various Nike silhouettes in the past, the Lunarfly 306 acts as the canvas for the newest city pack addition.
The Infrared 23 takeover is in full effect with not a single sign of slowing down anytime soon. So be ready to see a lot more of the newly refreshed color before 2014 closes. Throwing itself onto the Air Jordan 11 Low in a brand
Asics does it again…creating yet another clean cut just in time for the warmer weather. Taking on the purple and green hues we’ve come to love in combination with each other, the ‘Grape’ Gel Lyte III provides a smooth look thanks to the overall casual
The Nike Flyknit line has found itself even more adapt to using multicolor schemes. It feels like almost every Flyknit silhouette has used the technicolor look at least once. The new Flyknit 4.0 takes on the scheme for both the guys and ladies, as seen
Penny Hardaway’s sneaker lineage carries on with his first dual packaged release dropping next month. Combining the Shooting Stars Foamposite One PE and the new Lil’ Penny Posite. As to an exact release date, the duo will drop May 17th…price is rumored to be $500
Always a safe move to go back to the Dunk High or Dunk Low if you’re Nike SB. The latest Dunk High is more on the simpler end of things. Constructed from a fuzzy suede material, the upper is dressed in red and light grey
Nike Skateboarding’s Hacky Sack collection is growing by leaps and bounds. Let’s take a quick role call…there was the Janoski and Koston, the Project BA, last week’s SB Dunk Low and the under-the-radar, SB Satire. And dropping in a couple weeks is the Hacky Sack SB