The colorway on these new LeBron shoes are pretty cool looking. I like how the front of each shoe says either “twenty” or “three”. I like these new LeBron’s a lot better than the new Jordan shoes.
“Nike’s innovative yet simplistic Flywire technology has seen itself at the center of numerous high-performance sneakers from Nike since its inception. However a trend that has seen itself over a few different performance basketball sneakers has included the NFW treatment, designated as No Flywire. The original LeBron VII is for the most part a Flywire sneaker as this special release does away with the lightweight, supportive material in favor of a woven pattern. The colorway is reminsicent of some of the “Clearwater” drops seen earlier this year from the lifestyle department of Nike with the use of blue-green with white and black colors. Available now at Kix-Files.”
“Although pictures have been floating around for awhile, some new images surfaced of the Nike Air Griffey Max 1 scheduled to release as a retro this coming April. Officially the first Griffey model baring his name, the kicks were one of Nike’s more popular sneakers in the 90’s (certainly my favorite). Propelling the Griffey name into a legendary sneaker lineup, the kicks were somewhat comparable to that of Penny Hardaway in nostalgic stature, although both of their careers were unfortunately slowed down by injuries. In a classic Mariner’s colorway, the cross trainers will be available at Nike urban accounts beginning April 2009 with a retail price of $140 USD.”
With a load of releases scheduled to hit Nike’s retail accounts, Proper gives a look into some of their new in-store drops. A variety of Air Max’s see some new colorways including the Air Max 90, Air Max 1 and Tailwind 92’s. Along with the runners, a new woven Blazer makes an appearance as well as the return of Nike’s Big Nike, originally making its debut in ‘85 on the feet of NBA giant Manute Bol.
Source: High Snobiety