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Liberty x Nike Sportswear iD – Preview

May 6th, 2013 by | 3 comments

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The Liberty of London fabrics are about to hit a ton of fan-favorite models over on NIKE iD. What’s available? You can cook up the Nike Dunk High, Nike Dunk Low, Nike Blazer Mid, Nike Blazer Low, Nike Roshe Run, and Nike Air Max 1 all using the patented floral looks. What’s more the options are available in both men’s and women’s sizing, meaning the days of having to do size-conversion math for the Liberty stuff are apparently out the window. Continue reading to see some samples we’ve whipped up and then hit NIKE iD to concoct your own ahead of the May 20th launch..

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Nike Area 72 “Chrome Collection”

February 15th, 2013 by | 7 comments

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What’s even more eye-popping than Nike’s crazy ‘Area 72′ themed set of All-Star sneakers for this year? Howbout each of those wacky designs dipped in chrome. Shown is the Nike Area 72 ‘Chrome Collection’ featuring the Nike LeBron X, Nike Kobe 8, Nike KD V, Nike Air Force Max 2013, Nike Vandal High, Nike Blazer, Nike Lunar Force 1, and the Nike Barkley Posite Max all dipped in a metallic look. Continue reading to get a complete view of the display-only Nike Area 72 ‘Chrome Collection’ that’s down in Houston at the moment.

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Nike Area 72 ‘Ball Beyond Limits’ 2013 All-Star Experience

February 15th, 2013 by | 3 comments

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As was to be expected, Nike has gone all out with their 2013 NBA All-Star build-out. On display now at the Houston Galleria Mall is the ‘Ball Beyond Limits’ experience, featuring chromed out versions of this year’s All-Star special releases, customizable Nike Elite Socks up for grabs, crazy Raygun gear, and more. Click through to check out some shots from the incredible set up that Nike’s got going on via their ‘Ball Beyond Limits’ exhibition and make sure to swing by if you’re in the area 72.

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Sports Illustrated’s NBA Sneakers Through The Years Feature

December 4th, 2012 by | No comments

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With Russell Westbrook donning the all-new Air Jordan XX8 tonight against the Nets, why not take a look back at some of the forgotten NBA kicks over the last few years? Brands like Nike, Converse, Reebok, and some forgotten labels like L.A. Gear and Etonic were all represented on an NBA court (although the number of brands has diminished since then), so check out this crazy list of rare, vintage basketball shoes and flip through the entire list on Sports Illustrated.

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Nike Basketball Launches “Inside Access” Series

November 6th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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Remember those Saturday mornings, when we used to run out of bed, grab a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and park ourselves in front of the TV to watch NBA Inside Stuff? Good times indeed. Nike Basketball is launching something of its own – the Nike Basketball “Inside Access” Series that gives Nike Basketball fans unprecedented insight into design and function of Nike Hoops latest innovation via exclusive content and features. Every first and third Tuesday, Nike will unleash a special feature on a particular shoe, breaking down all the aspects from the earliest stages of development to selection of materials. This is part one of the Series, and what better to kick of Nike Basketball legacy by examining the overall breadth of Hoops history with the earliest Blazer and the latest Hyperdunk? Check out some great classic imagery of this ’82 icon and stay tuned to Sneaker News for all the latest on the Nike Basketball Inside Access Series as the Swoosh takes a look back at their past and how it relates to their current and future footwear design.

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Classics Revisited: DQM x Nike Blazer Mid (2008)

August 8th, 2012 by | 1 comment

violet nike blazer dqm Classics Revisited: DQM x Nike Blazer Mid (2008)

NIKE BLAZER WEEK

Day Three of Classics Revisited: Nike Blazer focuses on a sublime trifecta of Blazers designed by a Kyle Demers, Chris Keeffe, and Dave Ortiz – the trio of figureheads that make up the bulk of DQM’s front lines. In 2008, Nike teamed up with the Lower East Side skate shop for the Blazer (a shoe that DQM never got to play around with), and the two sides immediately went to work; a visit to the Nike Design Library at the World Headquarters in Beaverton, OR resulted in a quick identification of materials – safari print of the late 80′s and premium suede. For the final designs, DQM split into two teams – one with Demers and NSW’s Jesse Leyva and the other with Ortiz and Keefe, working with Al Baik – and out came three sick colorways of Grey Violet, Black, and Medium Grey (they could not settle on just one, but who’s complaining). All three colorways were released in consecutive months, beginning with May 3rd for the Violet, June 7th for Black, and July 12th for the third and final Grey. In addition, DQM also designed and released matching t-shirts and safari-print skatedecks to match the trio of Blazers. Do any of the three Blazers sit in your sneaker closet right now? If they do, break ‘em out now that we’ve refreshed your memory, and stay tuned for another classic Nike Blazer feature tomorrow.

DQM x Nike Blazer Mid
Grey Violet/White-Black
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05/03/08

Black/Sea Blue-White
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06/07/08

Medium Grey/Black-Concord
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07/12/08

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Classics Revisited: Supreme x Nike SB Blazer (2006)

August 6th, 2012 by | 4 comments

supreme x nike blazer 2006 Classics Revisited: Supreme x Nike SB Blazer (2006)

NIKE BLAZER WEEK

Classics Revisited continues with an all-new model to give heavy praise to, and how can we go the ‘classic’ route without paying homage to one of the oldest and most revered models in Nike history? The Nike Blazer originally released in 1972 as one of the first basketball sneakers bearing the Swoosh logo, and in nearly four decades of existence, the Blazer has navigated an iconic path from on-court performance to on-street staple. The Blazer was also one of the earliest ‘collaboration’ sneakers when it teamed up with Stussy (more on that later this week), but tonight’s focus goes to what might be the most coveted Blazers ever – the Supreme collaboration of 2006.

Releasing on April 21st, the Supreme x Nike SB Blazer was actually a trio of colorways (Black, Varsity Red, and Sail) and was inspired by the blinged-out fashion on the 1980′s; the golden detailing, the Gucci-inspired stripe on the heel, the quilted upper, and the python snakeskin Swoosh exuded the Retro luxury for an immaculate reconception of the OG Nike model. In typical Supreme fashion, this release called on major campouts and release date queues, and the high demand of six years ago is echoed today, as each pair is valued around $700. More of Supreme’s rendition of this classic release below, so take a look at all three and stay tuned for more Classics Revisited: Nike Blazer in the following days.

Supreme x Nike SB Blazer
04/21/06

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