September 17, 2010 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
What’s new in kicks this week? The last seven days was as jam-packed with the latest Sneaker News, so let’s get started; first up, Sneaker News gave you info on three upcoming Jordan Retro releases as well as the entire Jordan Brand Holiday 2010 Collection. In keeping with the new, Nike introduced another Foamposite shoe perfect for the winter season as well as an all-new colorway of the LeBron VIII. LeBron’s fellow Nike rep Eric Koston is getting his own pro model, and the Nike Air Pressure is returning – in a different form. Sneaker News also gave you a look at Spring 2011 Nike Basketball releases – some of which will be available at The Nike Vault, a new Nike Basketball retail spot located in the Staples Center.
The last week in Sneaker News also included a lot of ‘big names’. Yankee stadium was packed with hip-hop fans and the VMAs was pop-music central as a ton of celebrities like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Swizz Beats, Drake, Eminem, and many more enjoyed the spotlight with some fresh kicks. Sneaker News also had a chance to interview Dwight Howard and Carlos Boozer – in which we asked the NBA stars some pressing sneaker-related questions. In other sporting news, Rafael Nadal closed out the U.S. Open with a win as we got a look at a Tennis-Ball Courtballistec 2.2 shoe, and Team USA brought home a not-so-familiar Gold from the FIBA World Championships. It’s impossible to miss a beat with Sneaker News so stop in check out the week’s Sneaker News Weekly Rewind.
NEW UPCOMING AIR JORDAN RETROS
Sneaker News gave you the heads up on three all-new upcoming Jordan Retro releases, with one coming as soon as next month.
NIKE ACG BAKIN’ POSITE BOOT
Foamposite comes in yet a new form in the Nike ACG Bakin’ Posite Boot, a hiking boot with Max Air with design inspired from the Nike Air Bakin’ from the 90’s.
Nike ACG Bakin’ Posite Boot – Cranberry
JORDAN BRAND HOLIDAY 2010 PREVIEW
Jordan Brand presented its Holiday 2010 Collection and Sneaker News gave you a look at each and every release from October to December.
CELEBRITY FEET: 9/10 – 9/16
The past week might’ve been a bit slow but the last seven days were jam-packed with celebrities showing off their latest heat.
Gatorade ‘Replay’ – Chicago | Event Recap
Celebrity Feet: Michael Jordan – Jordan CMFT Vis Air 11
Celebrity Feet: Kanye West – Louis Vuitton Don’s @ VMA’s
Celebrity Feet: B.o.B – adidas x Jeremy Scott Gold Wings 2.0
Celebrity Feet: Jay-Z, Eminem, Kanye West, Drake, & More @ Yankee Stadium Concert
Celebrity Feet: Dwyane Wade – Jordan L’Style II – Black Patent
Celebrity Feet: The Dream – Nike Air Force 1 Foamposite – Metallic Silver
Celebrity Feet: Rick Ross – Air Jordan VI Retro – Black – Infrared
Celebrity Feet: Tony Parker – Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke
Chi McBride’s Greatest Footwear Moments @ Complex.com
NIKE AIR MAX LEBRON VIII – USA & BLACKOUT
Sneaker News brought you a closer look at two LeBron VIII colorways – one of which has never been seen before.
TEAM USA WINS THE GOLD
After an unachieving decade of FIBA play, Team USA brought back the Gold to the red-white-and-blue last Sunday.
Team USA Wins Gold @ 2010 FIBA World Championship
NIKE TENNIS HEAT ON DISPLAY @ US OPEN
To celebrate the U.S. Open, Nike produced a special Tennis-Ball uppered Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.2 with a neat display at a pop-up store in Flushing, NY.
NBA STARS TALK SNEAKERS
No surprise that the NBA has some big sneakerheads, as Sneaker News go to pick the brains of Carlos Boozer and Dwight Howard.
NIKE AIR PR1
The Nike Air Pressure is considered serious vintage heat, and it returns in 2011 in the form of the Nike Air PR1 – combining the Pressure upper and a Jordan III midsole.
THIS WEEK IN NIKE SB
Sneaker News brought you a first look at Eric Koston’s first signature pro model with Nike SB as well as a look at a possible ‘semi-retro” of older Nike SBs.
NIKE BASKETBALL SUMMER 2011 PREVIEW
As we inch closer to the NBA Season, Sneaker News gave you an in-depth look at what to expect in terms of basketball shoe releases for next year.
THE NIKE VAULT @ STAPLES CENTER
Officially open for business is the Nike Vault, a basketball-centric Nike retail spot with special emphasis on a hometown hero.
The Nike Vault @ Staples Center – Los Angeles
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