Etonic The Dream 1


Etonic and Akeem "The Dream" Olajuwon are back. Akeem (later known as Hakeem) is one of the greatest big men the NBA has ever seen. The Nigerian-born center was selected first by the Houston Rockets in the 1984 NBA Draft (before Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley) and his storied career included two NBA Championships, two Finals MVP trophies, 12 NBA All-Star selections, and NBA Most Valuable Player honors in 1994. Michael Jordan once said, "If I had to pick a center [for an all-time best team], I would take Olajuwon."

The Etonic The Dream 1 is Akeem's first signature sneaker and was originally released in 1984. This is the first time Etonic has re-released this iconic basketball sneaker and the design remains true to the original, including the box. They feature a leather upper, Houston Rockets-inspired colorway, and signature wraparound lace detail. The Dream 1 is truly an iconic and legendary basketball sneaker that many have been waiting to get their hands on.

Nike Air Pegasus 83/30 "Black/Black"


The Nike Air Pegasus 83/30 is an updated version of one of Nike's most loved running sneakers. Originally released in 1983, the Nike Air Pegasus was designed for the everyday runner and provides comfort, support, and cushioning. The 83/30 was constructed to enhance those elements with a retooled design and modern materials. They feature a no-sew upper that's lightweight and breathable, Phylon midsole for serious cushioning, reflective overlays that provide visibility at night, and Natural Motion flex grooves on the outsole. This black on black version is a departure from the bright and loud colorways that are currently dominating the running shoes market, and it is a very welcomed option.

Nike Air Flight Huarache


Constructed with a revolutionary design, the Nike Air Flight Huarache originally debuted in 1992 and was unlike any basketball sneaker ever created. This iconic model was made famous by the "Fab 5" from the University of Michigan and features a soft leather upper, comfortable neoprene exoskeleton, perforated toebox, molded heel cage, and Nike Air technology. The recently released retro version stays true to the original design, including a predominately white upper with blue and berry accents. Although the Nike Air Flight Huarache is over 20 years old, it's almost impossible to deny its timeless design.

New Balance 574 "White Leather"


Originally introduced in 1988, the New Balance 574 is one of the most iconic running sneakers ever created. This legendary runner has a "boxy" design that provides stability, comfort and style. Traditionally constructed with a combination of suede and mesh, these three New Balance 574 models that just arrived at Sneakerhead all share an ultra fresh and clean soft white leather upper with either red, black, or blue accents on the "N" branding, heel, and tongue tag. They're an unbeatable rendition of a classic. Cop your favorite color combo today.

Air Jordan VI Retro Spiz'ike


If you're an Air Jordan VI fan, 2014 has been a great year for you. We have already seen the "Cigar," "Champagne," "Carmine," and "Infrared" models, now Jordan Brand is hitting us with the Air Jordan VI Retro Spiz'ike. This limited model has a design commemorating Spike Lee and his production company, 40 Acres and a Mule. They sport a leather Varsity Red upper with black and red accents (inspired by the first Spiz'ike), white midsole, translucent outsole, and a printed lining with graphics taken from the Air Jordan XX, a sneaker that famously featured Spike Lee in the commercial. Just like the other AJVI releases this year, expect this one to go fast.

Saucony Originals Fall 2014


The Saucony Originals collection includes a fresh variety of retro classics that are receiving a lot of attention lately on sneaker forums and the streets. The Fall 2014 collection showcases several runners from the Saucony archives in new colorways, including the Grid 9000, Jazz Original, Shadow Original, and Shadow 5000. Although the new models feature new colors, sneakerheads will be happy to know the designs are all true to the originals from the 80s and 90s. You can shop the entire collection now at Sneakerhead.

New Balance CT300 "Made In England"


Lately we have seen many brands digging into their archives to re-release sought after tennis sneakers, including the Adidas Stan Smith, Nike Air Tech Challenge, and the Puma Match. Now, it's New Balance's turn with the retro release of one their first silhouettes, the New Balance CT300. Available in white or navy, the CT300 has an undeniable retro look with a combination suede and nylon upper, signature "N" branding, and a gum outsole. Both of these CT300 models, which originally released in 1979, were also made in England and feature the British flag on the tongue tag.

New Balance Elite 580 "Tapestry"


The New Balance Elite 580 is an ultra comfortable running sneaker constructed with comfort and style at the forefront. This women's "Tapestry" version of the popular running model is the first Elite Edition available in women's sizes, and has a stand-out design that we have never seen. Available in predominantly black, grey or teal colorways, all three models share a monochromatic woven textile on the toebox and collar, vivid accent colors, and a speckled midsole. They are a fresh mix of sport and style. Available now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Tech Challenge II "Pixel Court"


Following up the "Kumquat" release we saw earlier this month, the Nike Air Tech Challenge II "Pixel Court" is a completely new rendition of the popular ATC II, which originally released in 1989. Although this model abandons the signature "splatter" details associated with the ATC II, they still keep it true to the era that they were released with "pixels" as a replacement. The "Pixel Court" also has a fresh White/Royal Blue-Infrared-Flat Silver colorway. Cop a pair while you can at Sneakerhead.

Saucony Originals "Cavity Pack"


Ever since photos of the Saucony Originals "Cavity Pack" hit the internet, sneakerheads have been anxiously waiting their release. They have also been debating about which model is the "must have" of the pack. The "Cavity Pack" includes the Shadow Original "Black Razz" model, which was inspired by cavity-causing sweets and candy. On the other end, the Shadow 5000 "Minty Fresh" model was inspired by cavity fighting toothpaste, mouthwash, and other "minty" dental care products. No matter what pair of the Cavity Pack fits your style, they will have you looking fresh.

Nike Air Tech Challenge II "Kumquat"


Originally released in 1989, the Nike Air Tech Challenge II is famously known as one of Andre Agassi's signature sneakers. The original and vibrant ATC II "Hot Lava" made a huge comeback earlier this year, and now Nike is hitting us with several new colorways. With a definite 90s feel, the "Kumquat" model has a light orange colorway with soft blue accents, paint splatter details, and traditional ATC II design. This summer-ready version of a classic tennis shoe is now available at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Max 95 "Challenge Red" & "Tour Yellow"


There are not many models in the Air Max collection more popular than the legendary Nike Air Max 95. With a distinct design that was inspired by the human anatomy, this iconic running sneaker was an instant hit when it was released in '95, and is still popular today. The latest "Challenge Red" & "Tour Yellow" models stay true to the original design/materials, and also feature a tonal grey gradient on the side panels. It's hard to beat a classic Air Max model that delivers comfort and style. You can find both of these colorways on Sneakerhead now.

Nike Air Tech Challenge Hybrid "OG" & "Wimbledon"


Combining design elements from older models to create a completely new sneaker is a tactic that Nike has used before with varying degrees of success. Yet, it's hard to argue with the outcome of the Nike Air Tech Challenge Hybrid. This new model is a mash-up of a few of Andre Agassi's signature models, which originally hit the tennis courts in the late 80s to early 90s. The "OG" model features familiar vibrant color accents while the "Wimbledon" model sports a toned down white and green colorway. You can score an ace with both pairs at Sneakerhead today.

Nike Fingertrap Max Premium "Gum Sole Pack"


The Nike Fingertrap Max Premium "Gum Sole Pack" has premium materials, an original design, and refined accents. Available in white and black, they are more lifestyle than performance; yet still offer comfort and support. Both pairs in the pack have a premium leather upper, criss-cross design featuring bands that integrate with the laces, Max Air unit in the heel, a gum sole, and brown leather lining to match. You can pick up this sophisticated sneaker today at Sneakerhead.

Air Jordan III "Wolf Grey"


Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan III Is one of the most popular Air Jordan sneakers ever created. Immediately recognized for their "elephant print" details on the toe and heel, they were also the first Air Jordan sneaker designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, the first to sport a visible Air-Sole unit, and the first to showcase the iconic "Jumpman" logo. The latest addition to the growing AJIII collection of colorways is the Air Jordan III "Wolf Grey," and feature a Wolf Grey upper, metallic treatment on the elephant print, and a translucent outsole.
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