November 19th, 2012 by John K.
Just a few short weeks into the NBA Season and the major Feet players have already been established. The boys in Toronto continue their streak, with Amir Johnson’s Air Jordan XIII ‘Bulls’, DeRozan’s ‘Air Jordan III ‘White/Cement’, and Dominic McGuire’s Air Jordan XIII ‘Altitude’. Nate Robinson’s weekend consisted of the Air Jordan V CDP and the Air Jordan XII ‘Flu Game’, while Paul Geroge rocked the Air Jordan XI ‘Space Jam’. Kobe Bryant, the last Nike Signature athlete to not debut his new sig shoe, wore the Nike Zoom Kobe VII Point 5 in a White/Concord colorway. The rest of NBA Feet from this weekend is here so take a look and let us know which is your favorite!
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November 5th, 2012 by John K.
A heat-filled weekend of NBA Feet in the form of Air Jordans, Foamposites, LeBrons, and others, so let’s get right to it! Rajon Rondo broke necks with Foamposites again with the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Stealth’, and in the Barclay’s Center debut, Joe Johnson and Demar DeRozan faced off with the Bred IV and Raging Bull V, respectively. In two games, LeBron rocked the ‘Away’ LeBron X and the ‘Home’ Floridians colorway, while other LeBrons made in on court, like George Hill’s LeBron 9 and DeMarcus Cousins’ strap-less Soldier 6. Perhaps the best sighting was Jared Jeffries’ Air Jordan XI ‘Bred’, which matched the Blazers uniforms perfectly! More of NBA Feet from the weekend is just below, so take a look and point out your favorite!
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October 15th, 2010 by John K.
Earlier this year Sneaker News confirmed the re-release of the Air Jordan XIII (13) Retro in Black/Altitude Green
. However, the 2010 version comes with one noticeable alteration; the upper of the shoe is constructed with the mesh material seen in Air Jordan XIII Flint
instead of leather that was used in the original version. The pebbled material on the heel and smoother leather on the toe and tongue remain. This drastic change in material will surely stir some level of debate, and for those who considered passing on this release (whether that decision was based on having the shoe already or not being fond of the original), it looks like some reconsideration might need to be done. Continue reading for a detailed look at the 2010 version for the Air Jordan XIII Altitude
and cop a select pair early from Osneaker
as they have a few available ready for a late-October ship-date.
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