Reebok has officially unveiled their collaboration with world famous artist Stash, the Reebok Question x Stash. The Stash x Reebok Question features Stash’s trademark rugged Blue color and material scheme which mixes several Blue hues on leather and with hits of Brown nubuck. The release date is set for 6/27 at select Reebok retailers. Stay tuned for more and check out the official images.
While Nike gets ready to officially debut the Nike KD VII on 6/25, we have detailed pictures of one of the upcoming colorways, the Nike KD VII “DMV”. Continuing Nike and Kevin Durant’s ongoing tribute to the DMV area, KD’s home area, the “DMV” Nike KD VII features a mix of Bright Mango, Space Blue, and Light Magnet Grey. The “DMV” KD VII release date is set for 7/12. Check out the detailed pictures and stay tuned for more.
It looks like the Nike Zoom LeBron Solider VIII will be the first sneaker that we will see hit retailers from the next generation of Nike’s LeBron line as we have a confirmed release date for the Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII “Photo Blue”. The “Photo Blue” Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII release date is set for 7/5 at a retail of $130 and it will be available at select Nike retailers including NikeStore.com.
Following up on our first look at these yesterday, we have a confirmed release date for the Nike Lil Penny Posite “Metallic Red” and that release date is set for 7/12. The Lil Penny Posite will be available at select Nike retailers including NikeStore.com for a retail of $180. Check out more detailed pictures here and keep up with all Nike release dates in the Release Dates section.
Following up on our detailed look at these from a couple of weeks back, we have a confirmed release date for the Nike LeBron 11 Low “Independence Day” and that release date is 6/28. The sneaker will be available at select Nike retailers including NikeStore.com for a retail price of $175. Check out more detailed pictures here and make sure to keep up with all Nike release dates in our Release Dates section.