Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Stab was first released in 1988. Known for their large visible Air-Sole unit with interrupting "fork" design, this classic running sneaker was built to provide optimal cushioning and support. They feature a mesh upper with suede overlays, iconic "AIR STAB" lettering on the thermoplastic heel, and a supportive footbridge to protect from impact-related injuries. Retro releases of this beloved running sneaker have been on hiatus for several years, so for many the return of the Nike Air Stab is a very welcomed sight.
These fashion-forward versions of the Supra Joplin and Supra Skytop are perfect if you're looking for a sneaker, but don't want to sacrifice style. The Supra Joplin
has a sleek design with faux black pony hair on the upper, zipper detail on the heel, and comfortable cupsole construction. The Supra Skytop
, which has seen many different versions, has a combination faux black pony hair and suede upper with tassles that run around the collar. Both of these stylish Supra models are available now at Sneakerhead.
Nike SB is aiming to keep your feet warm during the colder months ahead with the "Warmth Pack." Available in high and low silhouettes, these limited edition SB models feature an upper constructed with woven heathered wool, and an ultra soft plush lining. The high model is also accented nicely with a gum rubber outsole, while the low model has soft suede overlays. Since these are SB models, your feet won't just be warm but very comfortable due signature Zoom insoles. Wool is definitely a welcomed addition to the Nike SB Dunk with winter approaching.
Nike enlisted the help of skateboarder Anthony Hart for this limited Nike SB Dunk model. Inspired by salt stains that appear on sneakers for those who live in cold city climates, the Nike SB Dunk High Premium "Salt Stain"
has a fresh and original design. They sport a black and white colored upper that "fades away" with wear. And, because of the process used to mimic a salt-crusted look, no two sneakers are exactly the same. Plus, they also feature an icy blue outsole, and a lining that mimics the design from the Air Jordan X "Chicago" model. You can cop this SB model now at Sneakerhead.
In 1989 Reebok introduced "Pump" technology to the world. This revolutionary technology was Reebok's answer to "Nike Air," and used an inflatable air bladder system built into the shoe that enabled you to enjoy a custom fit. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Reebok has re-released the original Reebok Pump
in two classic colorways. Available in black or white, they feature a premium leather upper, ultra high design, grey wraparound heel counter, and signature orange basketball "Pump" on the tongue. Grab your piece of sneaker history today at Sneakerhead.
During the fall and winter months it's important to have a versatile sneaker. A sneaker that looks good, provides comfort, and can excel under less than favorable weather conditions. The New Balance 710
is a heritage hiking boot that fulfills all three of those roles exceedingly well. Constructed with a durable leather upper, they also have a mid-cut design, metal D-ring lace loops, classic "NB" branding details, and a rugged outsole for traction. Additionally, this "Elevation Collection" model has a traditional fall colorway, and the state of Washington printed on the insoles. You can grab this classic hiking boot now at Sneakerhead.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star 70 "Woven Textile" is a premium version of the absolutely timeless Chuck Taylor. Available in high and low models, they feature an exquisite multicolored woven textile upper. This loose knit construction is complimented by premium vegetable-tanned leather on the toecap and lining. Converse finished off these models with brown rope laces, minimally punched out eyelets, and a stark white midsole/outsole. Quality craftsmanship was undoubtedly at the forefront of this refined version of the classic Chuck Taylor.
Adidas' new rendition of their iconic 80s running sneaker has led to countless colorways featuring detailed photos, colorful patterns, and more. This is made possible by the comfortable and printable one-piece nylon upper. The Adidas ZX Flux also has a heel cage for stability, TORSION technology that provides support, and a midsole/outsole design that mimics the classic Adidas ZX 8000. For fall, Adidas presents us with three new distinct ZX Flux models, including the "Blurred Lights," "Mythology,"
and "Deep Forest."
You can grab your favorite now at Sneakerhead.
Since 1982, there have been so many variations of the Nike Air Force 1 that it's nearly impossible to keep track. From new materials and technologies to signature models and limited editions, but it's pretty safe to say there are very few that stand out like the Nike Air Force 1 "Volt."
This impossible to ignore rendition features a brightly colored upper with matching midsole, textured leather, and black accents. If you're looking for a sneaker that makes a statement, you can pick up the Nike Air Force 1 "Volt"
Today it's hard to think of any other sneaker brand dominating the hardwood other than Nike. But in the early 70s, that wasn't case. In 1972 Nike released the Nike Blazer to compete with Converse and Adidas, which had a stronghold on the market. Because of their simple and straightforward design, the Nike Blazer is still being released today in fresh and new colors, materials, and patterns. The Nike Women's Blazer Mid Premium "Snake"
collection is the latest release that utilizes the minimal design to create a comfortable and versatile lifestyle sneaker. Available in four colorways, they have a shiny tonal leather upper with detailed snake pattern. You can purchase the fall colorway that fits your style now.
We are approaching the end of the year, which means one thing to sneakerheads – an Air Jordan XI release. Originally released in 1995, the Air Jordan XI is one of the most sought-after sneakers on the planet. They were designed by Tinker Hatfield and worn during Chicago Bulls' NBA all-time best 72-win season. The latest release is the Air Jordan Retro XI "Legend Blue" model. They sport a white Cordura upper with matching wraparound patent leather, rope laces, carbon fiber spring plate, white midsole, "Legend Blue" Jumpman logo, and an icy blue translucent outsole. Check out the pics to see details of this iconic Air Jordan model.
Named after Argentine tennis legend Guillermo Vilas, the Puma GV Special is a tennis sneaker that first hit the shelves in 1981. Although the GV often gets overlooked by more popular retro tennis models, including the Puma Match and Adidas Stan Smith, it boasts comfortable cushioning, durable construction, and a timeless design. For fall 2014, Puma presents us with three colorways of the Puma GV Special NBK
. This model abandons the traditional all leather upper, and in place it features a fresh blend of nubuck, canvas and leather. Cop your favorite Puma GV Special NBK colorway now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low "Workboot Pack" is a fresh rendition of one of the most recognizable sneakers ever created. A perfect fit to add to your fall wardrobe, the Nike Air Force 1 "Wheat"
has a familiar colorway with workboot-inspired design elements. They feature a suede upper, brown leather accents, classic workboot rope laces, gold hexagonal eyelets, and a gum rubber outsole. The "Workboot Pack" also includes black and burgundy colorways that mimic the same design. You can pick up the "Wheat" colorway now at Sneakerhead.
Jordan Brand is following up the successful release of the Air Jordan VI "White/Infrared" from early in 2014 with the popular Air Jordan VI "Black/Infrared 23" colorway. Originally released in 1991, Michael Jordan laced up the AJVI during his run to win his first of six NBA championships. Jordan's slant-nosed Porsche inspired this Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Jordan model. They feature a sleek design complimented by a comfortable neoprene inner bootie, rear "spoiler," and a translucent outsole. The Air Jordan VI "Black/Infrared 23" is available in a size range that will fit the entire family. And, like all of the Air Jordan Retro models, will be very highly coveted.
For fans of the Nike KD VII, the 2014-15 season is going to be great. With new colorways popping up at a consistent rate, you'll easily be able to find a style (or two) that you will have to cop. The latest rendition of Durant's seventh signature sneaker looks to the sky for inspiration. The Nike KD VII "Lightning 534"
pays tribute to the lightning rod that is located at 5th Ave. and 34th Street in New York City. They have a purple colorway to resemble the color of the sky during lightning strikes. Plus, they also have all the advanced tech features, including Dynamic Flywire and Zoom Air, to help you on the hardwood. Like the "Easy Money" and "Good Apples" releases, this will be another highly sought-after KD model.