August 11, 2014 4:57:42 PM PDT
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.
July 25, 2014 5:28:17 PM PDT
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.
July 21, 2014 5:44:25 PM PDT
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.
July 17, 2014 11:01:51 AM PDT
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.
June 12, 2014 1:02:18 PM PDT
This summer sneaker brands are making it easy to add some patriotism to your style. Red, white and blue models are popping up everywhere giving those who are looking for American-inspired kicks a lot of options. The latest patriotic sneakers available include Adidas Superstar 80s, Nike Blazer, and Converse Chuck Taylor Low. The Adidas Superstar 80s
features a stark white leather upper, red and blue Stripes, and an off-white outsole for subtle contrast. The Nike Blazer "Independence Day"
has an American flag-inspired design with "painted" star and stripes for an undeniably fresh patriotic design. Lastly, the Converse Chuck Taylor Low
sports canvas construction with red, white, and blue colorblocking on the upper. You can grab all three now at Sneakerhead.
May 7, 2014 6:12:19 PM PDT
The limited Nike Penny "Shooting Stars" Pack features two ultra fresh models that pay homage to Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway. The sneakers include a Nike Air Foamposite One with an Orlando Magic-inspired colorway and star detail around the laces. Sneakerheads have been going crazy for this Foamposite model ever since Hardaway laced them up during the 2012 NBA Celebrity All-Star game in Orlando. The second pair in the pack is the previously unreleased Nike Lil Penny Posite, which incorporates elements from the Nike Zoom Rookie LWP and the Nike Air Up. They both come packaged in an exclusive black box with Penny logo and glossy tonal all-over graphic. On the inside of the box it reads, "YOU GUYS REMIND ME OF MY SHOE CLOSET. I GOT TWO PENNIES AND A BUNCH OF LOAFERS."
April 14, 2014 4:03:53 PM PDT
Nike retro releases allow people to relive a time in their life by grabbing a sneaker the second time around, and also introduce a previously released model to a whole new audience for the first time. The Nike Air Max 98
, originally released in 1998, has always been an underground cult classic that never experienced the popularity of other Air Max models, including the Air Max 90, Air Max 95, or Air Max 97. But, there are many, many sneakerheads that are happy to see their return. They sport full-length Max-Air cushioning for superior comfort, and sweeping lines for a distinct style. For whatever reason your picking up this retro release, get them while you can in your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead.
March 26, 2014 1:24:22 PM PDT
Backed by a memorable ad campaign featuring Spike Lee, the Nike Air Raid made its debut in 1992. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, this made "for outdoor use only" basketball sneaker is truly an iconic model. After researching the flourishing popularity of playground/street basketball in NYC, they were constructed with durable materials to withstand the abuse of the outdoor game, including a thick heel and hard rubber outsole. Yet, the most recognizable design feature of this Nike cult classic is the crossing midfoot straps, which provide ankle protection and keep your feet locked in. Get your hands on this legendary game changer soon at Sneakerhead.
November 15, 2013 4:20:00 PM PST
The Nike Women's Roshe Run Reflect "Leopard"
is another fresh version of this popular model with great details, and like every Roshe Run model, extremely comfortable construction. They are a limited-edition release available in a predominantly black or white nylon upper with subtle leopard spotted print that's the perfect balance between different and over-the-top. Plus, the Nike Women's Roshe Run Reflect "Leopard" also has reflective accents, including the Swoosh, a leather heel, rope laces, heel pull-tab, and a two-tone colored midsole. Just another hard to miss Roshe Run
release to add to your collection.
November 11, 2013 1:54:08 PM PST
The Nike Roshe Run has been one of the most sought after new models in recent memory. First, the simplicity of the complete mesh upper caught everyone's attention, and then Nike took it further by introducing new materials and prints. Now, we have the winter-ready Nike Roshe Run High SneakerBoot
, a completely new take on this popular model. Available in an array of colorways, the Roshe Run High SneakerBoot has a high cut and incorporates boot-inspired webbing, a faux fur lining, quilted nylon upper, and an adjustable collar with cinch closure. Although this version of the Roshe Run is a complete departure, is still maintains some of the original's best features, including lightweight construction, and the ultra-comfortable Roshe sole. Grab the colorway
that fits your winter style today.
November 5, 2013 1:06:07 PM PST
Nike's patented one-piece Flyknit technology is precisely engineered, form-fitting and extremely lightweight. It provides a remarkably comfortable sock-like fit, and many popular running/training models feature this revolutionary innovation, including the Flyknit Trainer, Flyknit Racer, and Free Flyknit models. Not to be outdone by their athletically focused counterparts, ever since the Nike Free Flyknit Chukka
jumped onto the scene it has been a huge hit selling out everywhere. This versatile model has a mid-cut design, incorporates Flywire technology that adjusts with the laces, and sits atop a featherweight, springy Lunarlon sole. The new fall colorways boast fresh two-tone colored uppers, vibrant accent colors, and a contrasting Swoosh. Cop your favorite fall colorway
now at Sneakerhead before it's too late.
October 3, 2013 6:21:33 PM PDT
With a simple design that prominently features Nike's tagline "JUST DO IT." across the forefoot, the Nike Lunar Fly 306 QS has a unique look that's attracting a lot of fans. Similar to the Nike Sock Racer (which made its debut in 1985) they feature slip-on construction and a laceless upper. Nike also designed the Nike Lunar Fly 306 QS with lightweight and breathable mesh for comfort, an adjustable strap giving you a lockdown fit, reflective details that provide visibility in low light conditions, and a Lunarlon sole to ensure a cushioned, responsive ride. All three colorways, including Volt
, University Blue
, and Challenge Red
are on Sneakerhead now.
September 24, 2013 3:06:17 PM PDT
The Nike NSW Lifestyle Collection features casual, simple and stylish off-court models inspired by the on-court signature styles of Nike's three biggest NBA athletes: Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant. The Nike Kobe 8 NSW Lifestyle
has a straightforward low-cut design with Kobe's logo on the tongue, heel clip detail, and Kobe's signature. The Nike LeBron X NSW Lifestyle
is a takedown version of LeBron's technical basketball sneaker. This sleek model has a mid-cut design with strategically placed laser cut vents, embossed lion logo, and "backward facing" Swoosh on the side panel. Although the Nike KD VI NSW Lifestyle
is a complete departure from Durant's low-cut game model, they still have many of the same design elements, including, "lightning bolt" treatment on the heel and midsole, Swoosh placement at the forefoot, and prominent "kd" logos. You can cop all three NSW models today at Sneakerhead.
October 24, 2012 5:00:00 PM PDT
The iconic Nike Air Trainer 1 in its original "Chlorophyll" colorway is back. Initially released in 1987, the Air Trainer 1
is one of Tinker Hatifield's first sneaker designs. The story behind the first athletic cross-trainer ever created began when Hatfield was noticing people at his local gym carrying multiple shoes in their gym bag. He witnessed people do weight training in one pair shoes, then change shoes for cardio activities. So, Hatfield decided to create a sneaker that would excel in every facet of the workout regime. When Nike chose two-sport athlete Bo Jackson to endorse the Air Trainer 1 in commercials while participating in every sport under the sun, it was a perfect match. Famous tennis player John McEnroe even laced up the Air Trainer 1
. Simply put, it's a coveted Nike classic that's a must for any sneakerhead.
January 9, 2012 4:00:00 PM PST
Nike is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Nike Cortez with a new release that pays tribute to its original design. Throughout the years the design of the Cortez has been modified, they now have a chunkier midsole, and no longer have a heel pull-tab. But, this OG leather version sports several original design features, including a large Swoosh, slim midsole, rubber toe bumper, and heel pull-tab. The Nike Cortez will always hold an important role in Nike's history as one of the most iconic running shoes from the pre-Air Max era. Sneakerheads who appreciate the old school will definitely find this Nike Cortez Classic OG Leather
version a must cop.