Originally released in 2004, the Nike Zoom Air Huarache 2K4
was an extremely popular basketball sneaker. Touted for its lightweight construction, lockdown support, and comfortable cushioning, it seemed like wherever basketball was being played - from the NBA to the city park - players were lacing up Nike Zoom Air Huarache 2K4. Although the most notable Huarache 2K4 wearer was Kobe Bryant, they were never officially named Kobe's signature sneaker. You can grab the 2016 version of the Nike Zoom Air Huarache 2K4, which stays true to the original, in two colorways now at Sneakerhead.
In 2005 Nike started commemorating Black History Month (BHM) with limited releases of their most sought-after models. Every year the collection takes on different design themes, but all are inspired by African American art and culture. This year the "BHM" Collection includes 28 products, including Kobe Bryant's, Kyrie Irving's, LeBron James', and Kevin Durant's signature models. All share a striking Pan African-inspired color palette with geometric pattern, the BHM logo, and specially designed boxes with graphic details. You can shop the 2016 Nike "BHM" Collection
now at Sneakerhead.
After last year's successful debut, the Nike HyperRev is back to hit the hardwood with a completely revamped design. The Nike HyperRev 2016 provides responsive cushioning, impact protection, and lockdown support. They feature a lightweight Hyperfuse upper, Zoom Air cushioning, full-length mesh inner sleeve, and an adjustable cross strap. This "Think Pink" edition also has a striking Pink Blast, White and Black colorway with cancer ribbon graphic. Proceeds from the Nike HyperRev 2016 "Think Pink"
benefit the Kay Wow Cancer Fund and can be purchased at Sneakerhead now.
With a newly appointed head coach and the best record in the Eastern Conference, it looks like LeBron James is getting poised for another playoff run. And, he'll be lacing up the Nike LeBron XIII every step of the way. This advanced basketball sneaker was specifically built for the NBA's most explosive player, and is currently available in several colorways, like the Nike LeBron XIII "USA."
With obvious design inspiration taken from America's flag, they feature a patriotic Navy, Red, and White color scheme, translucent outsole, one-piece breathable mesh upper, and Hyperposite panels. You can grab your pair today at Sneakerhead.
With a design that's part Air Jordan II and part Nike Air Force II, the Nike Air Python originally released in 1987. Immediately recognized for it's unique faux animal skin upper, the Air Python was unlike any other sneaker at the time of its release. Now it's back and still turning heads. The Nike Air Python "Iridescent"
has a super shimmery style with a faux snakeskin leather upper that changes colors depending on the lighting. This striking upper construction is accented with tan accents on the piping, lining, eyelets, and tongue tag. You can grab the Nike Air Python "Iridescent"
at Sneakerhead now.
Kevin Durant's signature sneaker continues to evolve. The eighth installment, the Nike KD 8
, is an ultra lightweight basketball court model built to Durant's direct specifications. They are constructed with a strong FlyWeave upper with some areas designed to allow flexibility, while other zones are built thicker and stronger for stability on the hardwood. Cushioning in the form of a visible full-length Zoom Air unit provides impact protection and bounce. Lastly, the KD 8 has integrated Flywire cables to give you lockdown support. They are currently available in several colorways, like this "Suit" edition that was made to match the suit Durant wore during his 2014 NBA MVP acceptance speech.