Ever since their first release in 1996, the Air Jordan XII has been a popular model known for luxury, style, and comfort. They were the first Air Jordan model to feature Zoom technology, and sport a design inspired by the Japanese Rising Sun flag with stitching details depicting the sun's rays. Due to their popularity, the AJXII has been re-released many times, with the latest possibly being the most refined to date. The Air Jordan XII Retro "Bordeaux" is constructed with a tonal soft suede Bordeuax-colored upper, feature metallic silver accents, and sit atop an off-white (or "Sail") outsole. Check out the pics for details, and look for this sophisticated model dropping soon.
Nike has revamped countless models over the years. Sometimes these revisions are subtle, and other times they are drastic. The newly released Nike Flight Bonafide
falls into the latter category. Borrowing the iconic midsole design from the Zoom Flight 95, which was made popular by Jason Kidd, this new version takes a basketball classic off the court on onto the streets. They are constructed with a virtually seamless Flyknit upper, feature a mid-cut design, heel zip closure, Swoosh detail on the collar, and a rubber outsole. You can purchase the Nike Flight Bonafide
in Taupe Purple / Dark Raisin at Sneakerhead now.
Nike has revamped another sneaker from their archives with the Nike Current Slip-On
. Based on the design of the Nike Air Current, which originally released in 1990, this modern take is sleeker and features slip-on construction. Available in three colorways, they also sport a combination foam and mesh upper, stretchy inner sleeve, no-tie bungee lacing system, and pull tabs for easy-on application. This versatile "sport meets style" sneaker is perfect for the warmer months ahead. Check out the pics for details. They are available to purchase now at Sneakerhead.
The original Nike Mayfly first dropped in 2003. Designed to be a lightweight "race day" sneaker, they were constructed to have an extremely short lifespan just like the insect they were named after. Ten years later Nike released the "Woven" edition featuring handwoven details that run around the entire length of the upper. This version is far more style than sport, and is back again with new colorways. Available in Coastal Blue or Black, they are crafted with a soft synthetic suede upper, phylon midsole, and rubber outsole with durable traction. You can grab the fashionable 2016 version of the Nike Mayfly Woven
at Sneakerhead now.
The Nike Tennis Classic first hit the shelves in 1982. Now, over three decades later, Nike has re-invented this tennis sneaker with modern materials and the latest in footwear technology. The Nike Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit
maintains its original sleek and simple design, but is now crafted with a lightweight Flyknit upper. They also have Flywire cables for support, a cushioned Phylon midsole, and a comfortable cork footbed. You can grab this tennis sneaker turned lifestyle model in three colorways, including Wolf Grey, Black, or Game Royal. Now available at Sneakerhead.
The Nike LeBron XIII Lifestyle is an off-court model with ample style and fashionable details. This complete departure from LeBron James' advanced basketball sneaker is a loose and modern take on the classic chukka boot. They are crafted a suede and leather upper and feature prominent molded studs on the side panels for a stand-out look. The Nike LeBron XIII Lifestyle also has gold detailing and is available in two distinct colorways, including Dark Obsidian/Gum Medium Brown
. You can shop this casual alternative to LBJ's performance model now at Sneakerhead.
Considered an integral part of Nike's early success, the Nike Cortez was the first track shoe Nike created. Originally released in 1972, it became an instant success when the public witnessed many athletes lacing up the model during the 1972 Olympic Games. Over the years the Nike Cortez has transitioned form the track to the streets, and has been created in countless variations, the latest being the Nike Classic Cortez "Cherry Blossom."
This women's version is part of the Cherry Blossom Pack and features a traditional nylon/suede upper, with the addition of feminine cherry blossom graphics on the side panels. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Nike keeps adding to their off-court line up of sneakers in 2016, with the latest Nike Sportswear model being the Nike Ultra XT
. Constructed with an one-piece leather upper, this clean and contemporary model has intricate laser cutouts to enhance airflow. They are also crafted with a prominent adjustable Velcro strap that connects to the midsole, ultra light construction, subtle embroidered Swoosh, and comfortable cushioning. Currently available in Black leather or Bamboo suede, you can shop the versatile and fashionable Nike Ultra XT
at Sneakerhead now.
The Nike Blazer has always been recognized for its clean lines and oversized Swoosh. Originally released in 1972, it was one the first basketball sneakers Nike ever created. This court sneaker turned lifestyle model now sports fashion-forward colorways, materials, and designs, with the latest release being the Nike Women's Blazer Mid Suede. Available in Bright Crimson
, they are crafted with a soft suede upper, mesh tongue, and sit atop an off-white vulcanized sole. Plus, they also feature tonal "dots" on the upper for added style. Purchase your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Cortez has been a mainstay in the Nike line-up since it originally debuted 1972. Known for its clean lines and versatile style, this classic running sneaker has seen a resurgence in 2015 thanks to many new colorways hitting the shelves, like the latest women's Cortez release. The Nike Women's Classic Cortez "Team Red / White-Metallic Gold"
has a fall-friendly colorway with vivid accents. They are crafted with a leather upper, feature Metallic Gold accents, an EVA midsole, and sport a herringbone pattern on the outsole. Purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.