Adding to the Nike Roshe Run NM Sneakerboot “New Slate” and Nike Roshe Run NM Sneaker Boot “Barkroot Brown”, Nike is set to release the the Roshe Run NM Sneakerboot in Black/Dark Grey. Going the premium route, the “Black/Dark Grey” Roshe Run NM Sneakerboot features a Black leather upper with Dark Grey reflective accents and a speckled Dark Grey sole. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.
After surfacing earlier this week, we have a confirmed release date for the Nike Roshe Run LD-1000 SP x Fragment and that release date is 11/6 at a retail price of $90. The sneaker will be available at very select Nike retailers. Check out the detailed pictures HERE and be ready for the release.
90s era sneakerheads will always equate the Nike Fall/Winter season with ACG and that classic sneakers that it introduced to the world like the Nike Air Mowabb. We’ve seen the Nike Air Force 1 Mowabb already and now, UK’s Size? is getting in on the ACG inspiration with the Nike Air Huarache Light x Size? “Mowabb”. Taking the popular Mowabb ACG palette, Size’s Huarache Light features a mix of Brown, Blue, Orange, and a Black/White speckled sole. Release date is 10/31 exclusively at Size?. Check out the detailed pictures.
Jeremy Scott and adidas are back at it for the Fall/Winter and this time around they are putting a new spin on their adidas JS Wings. Usually one for bright color flip stories, this time around the eccentric designer went with a material story instead as the JS Wings Molded “Triple Black” features a molded upper done in triple Black. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these now at select adidas retailers.
With the Wheat and Triple Black colorways dominating the Fall/Winter sneaker landscape, the classic adidas Kobe signature Basketball sneaker, the adidas Crazy 1, is jumping in on Triple Black wave. The “Triple Black” adidas Crazy 1 has a very luxury car-like feel to it with its brushed Black upper and full Black trim. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these now at select adidas retailers.