June 13, 2014 11:05:07 AM PDT
Many sneaker designs that are currently on the shelves push the boundaries with wild colors, materials, and patterns. But, there are few that take it as far as the Nike KD VI "What The." This appropriately named and completely insane mash-up of previously released KD VI models is impossible to ignore. Some of the design elements include a floral pattern from the "Aunt Pearl," jelly Swoosh from the "PB & J," and a geometric design from the "N7" model. If you like sneakers that stand out, the Nike KD VI "What The" will definitely fit your style.
June 3, 2014 1:02:02 PM PDT
During this time of year you can expect a couple things: LeBron James will be preparing to play for another NBA Championship, and the low-cut version of his signature sneaker will hit the shelves. Perfect for those who are looking for a little more mobility, the Nike LeBron XI Max Low
features all of the innovative advancements of its taller counterpart. They have a seamless Hyperfuse upper, Flywire that adjusts with the laces, full-length Max Air unit, and rubber outsole with multidirectional traction pattern. You can pick up the limited "Dunkman" version 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 17, 2014 6:45:38 PM PDT
The Nike Basketball "Easter" Collection is becoming an annual tradition, and this year the collection includes three very distinct Easter-inspired creations. First there is the Nike Kobe IX EM, which has an all-over print inspired by the appearance of dying eggs. Next is the Nike LeBron XI Low in a clean white upper with paisley pattern accents, inspired by wearing your Sunday best. And lastly, in camo print (with bunnies), is the Nike KD VI. With all three models being extremely limited, it's safe to say sneakerheads will be "hunting" for something other than eggs this year.
April 15, 2014 6:36:14 PM PDT
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro has become part sneaker, part phenomenon. Every new Foamposite release creates frenzy among sneakerheads, countless comments on sneaker blogs, and scrutiny about every little design detail. The highly anticipated Nike Air Foamposite Pro Premium "Yeezy" is definitely not an exception to this rule. This limited edition model has an all-black carbon-fiber inspired shell, reptilian print around the eyelets, Laser Crimson-colored accents on the lining/tongue/Swoosh, and a glow-in-the-dark outsole. Check out the images for a closer look at this ultra clean Foamposite model.
April 8, 2014 6:25:17 PM PDT
Although it's highly unlikely you'll see LeBron James wearing the Nike LeBron XI EXT "Blue Suede" on the NBA court, he'll probably wear them everywhere else. This EXT version of James' signature sneaker was constructed without Hyperfuse and Hyperposite, but still maintains the same on-court design. They feature a stunning Game Royal-colored suede upper with layers of materials to create a chiseled, multi-dimensional look. This limited model is finished with a stitch pattern on the lining taken from the Nike LeBron 11 NSW Lifestyle, and a black rubber outsole identical to the popular on-court version. Look for this refined pair of kicks coming soon to 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.
March 7, 2014 6:35:24 PM PST
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.
January 16, 2014 5:25:50 PM PST
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
December 13, 2013 6:14:19 PM PST
Nike is continually incorporating innovative materials and patterns into their sneaker designs. In recent memory they have created a sneaker with a cork upper (Nike LeBron X Cork), Liberty of London fabric (Nike Air Force 1 Downtown), and glow-in-the-dark materials (Nike Air Max Glow Collection). For the Nike KD VI EXT Gum
the designers at Nike stepped out of the box once again and transformed Durant's signature on-court model into more of a lifestyle sneaker with an all-gum rubber upper. To complete the boot-like style, they also constructed the Nike KD VI EXT Gum
with metal D-ring lace loops. This extension of KD's performance model is a fresh take that simply works. Plus, they are very limited, so cop them while you can at Sneakerhead.
April 11, 2013 5:00:00 PM PDT
Ask any sneakerhead what's one of the most sought-after model nowadays, and there's no doubt he/she will say Foams. Developed by Korean car manufacturer Daewoo, and released by Nike in 1997, Foamposite technology revolutionized the sneaker industry by creating an upper, mid, and outsole that could be made out of a single cast/mold. Despite many in the industry doubting this would actually work, designer Eric Avar's beetle-inspired idea came to life, Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway chose the Foamposite as his signature sneaker, and the rest is history. Today Nike implements Foamposite technology into many sneakers, including the Air Force 1, ACG models, and the extremely popular Barkley Posite Max. Plus, the Foamposite One and Foamposite Pro are now being re-released in fresh new colors and patterns. Look for all the fresh Foamposite releases right here at Sneakerhead.
February 21, 2013 4:00:00 PM PST
From glow-in-the-dark soles to radiant neon-colored uppers, Nike has released many shoes in "head turning" designs, but none of those are quite like the Nike LeBron X 'Cork'
edition. This completely unique and revolutionary signature sneaker marks the first time Nike has ever released a model with a genuine cork upper. Inspired by the popping of champagne bottles that takes place in the winner's locker room after a championship victory, this extremely limited model also has a soft brown leather lining/tongue/tongue tag, standard Nike LeBron X midsole in white with 360-degree full-length visible Zoom Air unit, and red accents. If you are one of the lucky few to get your hands on a Nike LeBron X Cork
, please celebrate responsibly.
June 11, 2012 5:00:00 PM PDT
Although the basketball season for Kobe Bryant came to another abrupt ending this year when the Los Angeles Lakers were nearly swept by the Oklahoma City Thunder, new versions of his signature sneaker keep coming. The Nike Zoom Kobe VII "Poison Dart Frog"
has a vibrant Photo Blue/White-Team Orange-Black colorway, and follows the many other predatory animal themed releases we have seen from Nike's Kobe line this season. Available for men
, they feature Zoom Air technology, next generation Flywire, a 3-D heel clip, glass composite midfoot shank, and outsole flex grooves to enable a proper range of motion. Plus, the Nike Zoom Kobe VII "Poison Dart Frog" also sports a frog graphic on the heel. Cop a pair for you (or your kid) now at Sneakerhead.
February 28, 2012 4:00:00 PM PST
This year at the 2012 NBA All Star Game there were some "out of this world" sneakers on the court. The All Star/Galaxy designs by Nike feature a similar theme, but different executions. The Nike Air Max LeBron 9 'All Star'
has a bight orange colored upper with a 'galaxy' printed lining, reflective details, a 'LBJ6' badge on the tongue, and a glow-in-the-dark rubber outsole. The Nike Zoom Kobe VII 'All Star'
has a mulit-colored 'galaxy' colored upper with matching lining, a 'KB24 Black Mamba' badge on the heel, and also has a glow-in-the-dark rubber outsole. These very limited and unique designs are a stylish addition to any sneakerhead's collection.
February 14, 2012 4:00:00 PM PST
February is Black History Month, and to celebrate the occasion Nike has released the "Black History Month 2012" Pack. This exclusive and limited pack of sneakers includes an impressive array of popular Nike models, including the Nike Zoom Kobe VII
, Nike Air Max LeBron 9
, and Nike Zoom KD IV. Every pair in the pack shares a black colorway, embroidered "BHM" branding on the tongue, and is complimented with a colorful faux woven pattern. Many are considering this Nike's most coveted Black History Month-inspired collection to date. But with so many fresh designs, what models do you leave out of your collection?