Adding to the adidas ZX Flux Tech “Triple Black” that we looked at yesterday, adidas is bringing a color pop back to the ZX Flux Tech with the upcoming “Dark Violet” colorway. Taking cues from the Consortium adidas ZX Flux that dropped earlier this year, the “Dark Violet” ZX Flux Tech features a Dark Violet mesh upper, a Black inner bootie, Red accents, and a White and Black sole. No word on a release date. Check out the detailed pictures and stay tuned for more.
With Kobe hitting the NBA court and making his mark in the preseason, and getting slandered in ESPN in the process, Nike is ready to release their EXT line of Nike Kobe 9 Elite High sneakers starting with the Nike Kobe 9 High EXT QS “Snakeskin”. Playing on Kobe’s Black Mamba alter ego, the “Snakeskin” Kobe 9 High EXT OS features a full Brown snakeskin textured upper with a Black leather trim and a translucent Brown/Black outsole. No word on an exact release date as of now. Check out the detailed pictures and stay tuned for more.
Bringing the Hex Zoom technology that debuted on the Nike LeBron 12 into the running space, Nike is set to release the Nike Flyknit Racer Hex Zoom and the Nike Flyknit Racer Hex Zoom “Multicolor”. Building on the now legendary Nike Flyknit Racer “Multicolor”, the Hex Zoom version features a full multicolor woven upper with a Black trim and a full Hex Zoom outsole. No word on an official release date. Stay tuned for more.
While Jordan has dropped a large amount of releases lately it has been a while since we’ve seen a release draped the classic Chicago Bulls palette. This Fall though, that is going to change as fans of the legendary Black and Red, or “Bred”, colorway will get a crack at the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Black/Gym Red”. The inverse of the classic Air Jordan 1 “Chicago”, the “Black/Gym Red” Jordan 1 features a Black based leather upper with a White Swoosh and Gym Red accents. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.