Nike KD VI EXT “Floral”


With the official start of spring right around the corner, the timing is perfect to lace up some springtime-inspired sneakers. Kevin Durant’s latest signature model, the Nike KD VI EXT “Floral,” has an intricate all-over embroidered floral weave on the upper for an undeniable head turning design. Not only did Nike omit the Hyperfuse upper for this “EXT” model, they also implemented metal D-ring lace loops, glossy black Swoosh, contrasting white midsole, and a blue-tinted translucent outsole. With interest mounting ever since pics of this limited model hit the Internet, get them while you can, because they will surely be plucked quickly.

Asics Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eight-Five MT


Considering the style, versatility, and comfort that a mid-top hiker offers, they’re a great addition to any wardrobe. The Asics Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eight-Five MT embodies all of those qualities, and these two new Spring 2014 releases can go from the dirt path to the city street and look fresh every step of the way. Available in navy or dark green colorways, they both feature a denim canvas upper with tonal suede overlays, vibrant color pop accents on the lining/midsole/tongue, and are topped off by an off-white midsole/outsole. Cop your favorite colorway and check out other Asics Onitsuka Tiger Spring 2014 releases today.

Nike SB Stefan Janoski “Tiger Stripe” Pack


The Nike SB Stefan Janoski model has become a canvas for many fashionable and adventurous prints. Nike has already released this popular skateboarding model in traditional “Camo,” “Digi Floral,” and “Wine Stained” models. Now, they are hitting us with something a little more ferocious, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski “Tiger Stripe” Pack. Available in a trio of colorways that range from subtle to vibrant, this pack has a straightforward design, canvas upper, Zoom technology, and distinct all-over tiger stripe detail. Pick up your favorite colorway, and hit the concrete jungle in style.

Nike Air Force 1 “Crescent City”


With all the different colorways, materials, and technology that Nike has used on the Air Force 1 over the years it seems impossible that they could create something new, but they always do. The Nike Air Force 1 “Crescent City” is unlike any AF1 model that we have ever seen. Inspired by the home of the 2014 NBA All-Star Game, New Orleans, this limited edition model is currently available at Sneakerhead and incorporates an eclectic mix of elephant print, cork, safari, horse hair, and a “Foamposite-like” material. Like the city it was inspired by, this model does not lack personality, style, or originality. Pick up your pair today.

Nike Women’s Air Max 1 & Air Force 1 “Year Of The Horse”


Nike is celebrating the “Year Of The Horse” by releasing several themed models, including this fresh pack that includes a women’s Air Max 1 and Air Force 1. Both sneakers share a similar design, materials, and colorway. They are constructed with a combination of leather and suede, have turquoise accents, translucent outsoles, and gold “Year Of The Horse” lace tags. To complete the “Year Of The Horse” theme, Nike adorned these models with a bold embroidered horse emblem in red on the heel and tongue. You can currently find them now at Sneakerhead. Also, look for the Nike Dunk Sky High, which shares the same look coming soon.

Air Jordan VI Retro Instagram Giveaway


Did you miss the Air Jordan VI Retro “Infrared” release? Here’s your chance to win a free pair from Sneakerhead.com.

To enter the Air Jordan VI Retro Instagram Giveaway log into your Instagram account. If you don’t have an Instagram account, visit Instagram.com to create a free account. Then follow @sneakerhead_com, like the #missedtheVI post, and finally, repost with @sneakerhead_com, #sneakerhead, and #missedtheVI. One lucky winner will be selected at random, and win a free pair of Air Jordan VI Retro “Infrared” (size 10).

1. Complete all steps to enter.
2. Entrant may enter one time per day during the eligible period.
3. Winner will be notified via his/her Instagram account.
4. Contest ends February 28, 2014 at 11:59pm PST.

New Balance 574 “Stadium Jacket Pack”


There is definitely not a shortage of themed “packs” coming out from New Balance recently. Within the last month we have seen the “Atomosphere Pack,” “Moon Pack,” “Winter Elements Pack,” and “Barber Shop Pack.” Although having a theme for every release from New Balance is getting a little tiring, it’s hard to argue with design of New Balance 574 “Stadium Jacket Pack.” Inspired by satin sports jackets on the 90s, the pack is available in multiple colorways that all share fresh trim details, an exclusive tongue tag design, and satin “N” branding on the side panels. Pick up your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead.

Adidas Attitude


The New York Knicks, Patrick Ewing, and the Adidas Attitude will forever be linked together in the minds of basketball fans (and sneakerheads). Released in 1986, this iconic basketball sneaker is back in all its glory, including the original Knickerbockers-inspired colorway. They also sport a chunky build with leather construction, perforation details, Adidas Trefoil logos, and of course, an oversized tongue. Although Knicks fans have not had much to cheer about lately, this model will have them thinking about the good ol’ days when Ewing dominated the paint. And, if you’re a die-hard Knicks fan, you can complete the look perfectly with a pair of matching Stance socks.

Puma MY-77 Wedge


Japanese fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro is known for his quirky and unique footwear creations. Since 2000, he has partnered with Puma to produce memorable and original designs that push the boundaries of sport and fashion. With the funky and fashionable Puma MY-77, Mihara takes the popular sneaker wedge design and introduces new materials and meticulous details. Available in black and leopard print, they feature a mesh upper with all-over print, bonded patent leather details, and an unexpected wooden wedge. Like the entire Puma x Mihara 2014 Spring line-up, the designs were inspired by the "culture clash" of the large Japanese migration, post-WWII, to Brasil.

Nike “Polka Dot Print” Pack


Ever since the beginning, Nike has been on the forefront of merging fashion with athletics. Introducing new materials, prints, and patterns into their broad collection of athletic footwear revolutionized the footwear industry, and forced other brands to follow. The Nike “Polka Dot Print” Pack is another example of this seamless integration. The models in this funky and fashionable collection include the Nike Roshe Run, Nike Dunk High, and Nike Air Max Thea. Scoop up one of these colorful new creations now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Tech Challenge II “Hot Lava”


During the late 80s when Andre Agassi walked on to the court he threw conventional tennis style out the window. Agassi’s non-traditional look included long hair, brightly colored outfits, and of course, matching sneakers. The Nike Air Tech Challenge II is considered a favorite among the models Agassi wore throughout his career. Released in 1989, the ATC II has a lightweight synthetic upper that withstands the unrelenting back-and-forth action on the court, visible Air-Sole unit for superior cushioning, and an external heel counter for optimal support and fit. But, what most people remember about this model is the iconic “Hot Lava” paint splatter detail. Truly an iconic model that helped redefine tennis court style.

Puma by Alexander McQueen Street Climb III Mid


The Alexander McQueen collection from Puma features fashion forward sneakers that are constructed with meticulous care and premium materials. For spring, the line up includes a new version of the popular Street Climb III Mid model, available in black, white, and verdant green. This quality crafted sport fashion sneaker is overflowing with desirable materials and details, including premium full-grain leather, a removable leather lace cover, diamond design on the midsole, and a leather lining. If you’re looking for a sneaker that makes a stylish statement, check out the Puma by Alexander McQueen Street Climb III Mid coming soon to Sneakerhead.

Reebok Top Down Snaps


The Reebok Top Down Snaps combines sport and fashion seamlessly for a versatile style that’s hard to overlook. This stylish sneaker was constructed with premium materials, fresh eye-catching details, gold accents, and a slim midsole for a feminine silhouette. But what really separates the Top Down from other sneakers, is their ability to be worn up or down. With a simple flip and snap function you can turn your high tops into low tops. Reebok even added a graphic print lining for a funky and fashionable touch. Grab the uniquely designed Reebok Top Down Snaps at Sneakerhead today.

Nike Air Zoom Flight The Glove PRM “Green Abyss”


Last year was the first time Nike released the Air Zoom Flight The Glove since its initial debut in 1998. Originally designed for Hall of Fame member Gary Payton, this iconic sneaker is back again in 2014 in completely new colorways. The “Green Abyss” model features all the iconic design elements we associate with “The Glove,” including a synthetic stretch shroud with zipper, exoskeleton design with "monkey paw" for enhanced support, Zoom Air technology and heel pull tab. Plus, they also have a Tech Challenge-inspired multi-colored “tiger scratch” graphic print on the upper. If you’re looking for a completely new take that’s hard to ignore, cop your pair now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot QS


At first, the Nike Roshe Run was known for its minimal design, airy mesh upper, and versatility. But, since the original hit the shelves, we have seen many re-imagined Roshe Run models with completely different esthetics and materials, including the Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot QS. This new rendition has a mid-cut design with soft premium leather uppers and intricate quilted details. They also boast other fresh touches, including a boot-inspired lacing system, contrast stitching, and two-tone laces. The Nike Roshe Run SneakerBoot QS is available in Mercury Grey and Black, both colorways will go perfectly with your winter ‘fits.