Sneaker Headlines & Predictions For September 2014

Sneaker Predictions September 2014

Did you catch 10 Sneaker Headlines from August 2014 yesterday evening? If you did, you would’ve realized that last month was a key driver to some major changes for the rest of the year. To start off, Kevin Durant’s return to Nike was definitely a big sigh of relief for KD fans, and moving onto September we can certainly expect some previews of upcoming KD 7 colorways. Perhaps the biggest Nike Basketball release of the year, the What The LeBron 11, is sure to cause some mayhem, so don’t be surprised if can’t handle the pressure on the release date.

Other key predictions to note: Jordan Brand bids a respectful farewell to Derek Jeter with a special release of PE, Nike collaborates with LAIKA studios for another great sneaker release, the 2014 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection gets unveiled, and much more. Check out some of our predictions and headlines for his fresh new month and stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest on these potential developments of the sneaker world.

New KD 7 Colorways Revealed

Now that Nike can go ham with KD shoes, it’s about time we see some fresh new colorways of the KD 7 signature shoe. What could be next? Perhaps a “Texas” colorway, considering the NCAA Basketball season is about to start? What we do know is that retailers have bought into Nike KD product through the end of 2014, so there has to be some in store that we haven’t seen yet.

A First Look at the 2014 Nike Doernbecher Freestyle

One of the biggest sneaker events of the year is the unveiling of the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection. We saw last year’s get the official look in the month of September, so there’s a good shot that we’ll see it before October as well. Pictured above: this year’s designers of the Doernbecher Freestyle Collection and their families.

Nike LeBron 12 Officially Unveiled

Nike will officially unveil the LeBron 12 on September 16th. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for exclusive coverage of the event, which will take place at the Nike World Headquarters.

What The LeBron 11 Shuts Down

Given recent troubles on Nike’s official webstore with LeBron releases and the fact that the What The LeBron 11 has been one of the most coveted pairs over the last few months, we wouldn’t be surprised of botches the release.

Reebok Pump 25 Takeover

The recent wave of Pump 25 collaborations tells us that Reebok will now focus on the original Pump shoe. Expect OG bringbacks and some flashy new colorways to hit stores throughout the remainder of the year.

Nike Teams Up With LAIKA for another collaboration

It’s very much possible that Nike has something cooking up along the lines of the ParaNorman Foamposites and Coraline Dunks. If you’re unaware, Nike collaborated with LAIKA studios in conjunction with the latter’s newly released films, and with Boxtrolls set for a debut later this month, a big release could be on the way.

Jordan Brand Bids Farewell To Derek Jeter

The MLB Season comes to a close this season, thus ending Derek Jeter’s illustrious career. How sick would it be for Jordan Brand to send off its longest tenured athlete with some style?

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