Posts Tagged ‘Kicks’

Its ugly but good to see MJ and D Wade working together

The Air Jordan 2010’s surfaced a few days ago but have now been officially unveiled by Jordan Brand. The big news also includes the fact that model celebrates 25 years of the Air Jordan line, and will be debuted by Miami Heat’s D Wade. The shoe was designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, Mark Smith, and MJ himself. One of the silhouette’s most predominant features is the unique transparent thermoplastic urethane (TPU) window. They are slated to release on Saturday, February 13, 2010 and retail for $170. Via.

The new J’s are out and we all better watch our steps because at $190 a pair, we could be pushing up daisies should we accidentally get to scuffing up someone’s. Michael Jordan, himself, was on hand in NY for the release of the new sneaks at Event Space.


Here we have some detailed pictures of the new Air Jordan True Flights. The Air Jordan True Flight (Flint Grey) features a silhouette that strongly resembles the Air Jordan 7 (VII). This particular colorway was inspired by the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro White / French Blue / Flint Grey which retroed in 2002. They feature a predominantly white upper constructed from leather along with court blue and university blue accents. Unlike the Air Jordan 7 (VII), they feature a flatter sole along with a herringbone traction pattern which provides for a better grip.  They will be available at Footaction locations on January 17, 2009 and will retail for $140. These are a great addition to any fresh person’s show game. Via


Today we have some detailed shots of a pair of low top Nike Air Force 1 Supreme WP’s. They feature a waterproof upper constructed from a combination of suede and other waterproof materials that are bound to keep you dry during those nasty winter days. They feature an olive colored upper along with a white Nike swoosh that really sets off the shoe. A unique feature is actually the new .44 Sticky Rubber which is seen on not just the outsole, but the entire midsole. This is a number assigned to the rubber compound used to create the sole, which is typically seen on ACG products. Basically, the number .44 was seen before on many Nike ACG products, but to the consumer, it was just a number. So actually .44 as a rubber compound isn’t some new technology, but referring to it as 0.44 Sticky Rubber is. It provides great traction, especially in wet weather. Via.