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Tom Brady Wears Fire Chef Currys While Watching Game 6 Of NBA Finals
Who is Tom Brady rooting for? Hard to tell, because he doesn’t quite say who he’s siding with, but on the brand side, there’s no doubt that he’s on Chef Curry’s side. Tom Brady is, of course, an Under Armour athlete (we tend to forget about that), and he’s kicked his feet up at home wearing the Under Armour Curry 2 Low, the “dad” shoe that has gone viral at the hands of Twitter jokesters. Despite being panned by…everyone, sales of the Curry 2 Low are probably doing just fine and likely poised to be one of the best-selling basketball shoes of the Summer. Peep Brady’s full pic just ahead.
Red and blue dominate its revamped knitted composition, while more tonal blue accents adorn the inner lining, tongue and laces. The patriotic theme is finally encapsulated with a crisp, white full-length sole unit with translucent detailing on the frontal and rear portion of its outsole.
Furthermore, silver/iridescent Swooshes provide additional premium flair to its already eye-catching makeup. Although it’s unseen, the insoles bear “USA” printed on it.
You can find this pair at select Nike retailers overseas first, starting this Saturday, June 18th.
The Air Jordan 10 Lands in Shanghai, London, & Charlotte This Weekend
Sure, Jordan Brand didn’t give us a proper retro of the coveted Air Jordan 10 “City Pack”, but the latest creations inspired by global metropolises known for their fashion forward aesthetic has definitely given everyone something to be happy about. The latest City Pack Air Jordan 10s land in Shanghai, London, and Charlotte for a trio of interesting lifestyle takes on the iconic retro. The Air Jordan 10 “Shanghai” focuses on the theme of Feng Shui, with a gradient Gamma Blue and Fierce Purple landing on the piping and outsole. A black leather base keeps things relatively simple. The Air Jordan 10 “London” focuses on the grey skies found over the U.K. city, as a tumbled leather Pure Platinum upper is accented by a Dark Grey and Metallic Gold. The Air Jordan 10 “Charlotte” is perhaps the only pair that would truly fit into 1995’s City Pack theme, as Mike’s current franchise, the Charlotte Hornets, get their team colors displayed prominently on a clean white ‘Home’ colorway. Each pair will be available this Saturday, June 18th for $190. Check out more photos below and stay tuned for more Jordan release date updates right here on Sneaker News.
NBA Player Willie Cauley-Stein Has Aspirations to Open Up His Own Sneaker Store
Willie Cauley-Stein is coming off of his rookie year in the NBA and it appears that he has more aspirations than just being an NBA player.
The 7 foot center who plays for the Sacramento Kings already has plans outside the hardwood. In a recent interview with Complex he revealed that he’d like to open up his own sneaker boutique. Cauley-Stein says that streetwear and sneakers are an important part of his life.
?Since I got to college. I wanted my own shoe and clothing spot. It?s called ?Catalyst.? That?s the ultimate goal,? he said. ?I wanna put it downtown Sacramento. It?s poppin down there, they don?t have anything like that. Honestly, my whole plan was to get it going now. I wanted it done by like June.?
At the moment it doesn’t appear that the store is in the works just yet, but we’ll update you if there is any progress towards the opening of “Catalyst.”
The Nike Kobe 11 Sunset consists as the next colorway of the last on-court sneaker of Kobe Bryant’s hall-of-fame career this season.
Composed of an engineered mesh upper, the sneaker’s defining theme consists of a gradient effect, which is essentially reflective of the sunset. Bright yellow adorns the toe area, while it slowly fades to orange on the medial, followed by red and purple on the rear to coordinate with the respective moniker.
Accents of black adorn the Swooshes, tongue, laces and inner lining to somewhat evoke the end of the twilight, which perfectly complements the overall colorway as well.
Resting atop a translucent outsole, you can purchase a pair at select Nike retailers nationwide starting tomorrow, Saturday, June 18th, for $160.
The Exclusive Air Jordan 10 London Debuts This Weekend
For those of you who were looking forward to purchasing this variation of the Air Jordan 10 from the brand’s latest city pack for S/S 2016, it’ll only be available at retailers overseas.
Boasting a soft grey tone across its leather composition, the palette is a reflection of one of London’s nicknames ? ?The Big Smoke.? This was given to the city due to the 1950?s era when London residents would use coal fires to keep their homes warm, thus polluting the sky with a greyish fog and simply remembered with the sneaker?s overall colorway.
Tonal black accents gracing the midsole, tongue, laces, eye stays and inner lining further complement the theme, while premium flair is provided by gold accents with the stitched ?LDN? on the collar and the Jumpman embroidery across the heel.
Retailing for $190, the silhouette will be available at select JB and Nike accounts in Europe only, starting Saturday, June 18th.
Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 10 London launch page now for more info, images and release details.
I?m a fan of the silhouette overall and I?m biased towards these shades. The colorway looks solid and versatile, and I was actually considering on purchasing. Now, it?ll be more difficult and the resale on this pair just went up a bit more.
A Familiar Air Jordan 12 Is Releasing Soon Just For Kids
Does this Air Jordan 12 look familiar? You might remember the Air Jordan 12 “Gamma Blue” from 2013 featuring a rather similar construction, and now the near-identical look is returning in a grade school exclusive on July 2nd. Instead of the Gamma Blue shade that dominated 2013’s release slate, the look here is dubbed “Hyper Jade” and adds the shade to the lining while replacing the red Jumpman branding with a clean Metallic Silver. What do you think of the look? Check out more photos after the break and be sure to stay updated on the latest Jordan release dates right here on Sneaker News.
The Reebok Court Victory Pump Makes A Surprise Return
It’s been over two years since Reebok has focused on one of their iconic tennis retros in the Reebok Court Victory Pump with the help of ALIFE’s iconic tennis ball textured collaborative effort. Now the vector brand is surprising everyone by bringing back the model for Summer 2016. Today we get a look at one of the original colorways complete with a Solar Yellow accent to mimic the tennis ball shade once again. The traditional leather upper sees hits of contrasting black while that infamous Pump technology is overhaulde by the Solar Yellow shade to match the outsole. What do you think of the Court Victory’s return? Check out more detailed photos below and know that select shops like Berlin’s own Overkill are stocking this pair today.
The Nike Air Zoom Spiridon 16 Has A Euro Release Date
Fans of Nike’s late-90s retro running slate will remember the Nike Zoom Spiridon from 1997 and have reason to get excited, as the running model is getting its second retro treatment ever this summer. The full-length Zoom cushioning on the midsole, mesh overlay, and oversized Swoosh branding made this pair a must-have and it’s a bit odd that we haven’t seen a retro release sooner. The classic Black/Sport Red colorway is first up on the retro slate. No word yet on a stateside release date, but European retailers will be getting this 1997 classic on July 16th. Check out more detailed photos below and let us know if you plan on grabbing the Spiridon retro by taking your thoughts to our comments section.
The inaugural colorway of the newly-introduced adidas Alpha Bounce is now sold out (for men), and now, we can provide you a sneak peek at one of its next upcoming finishes this season.
Unlike the black/white printed upper on the aforementioned pair, this particular iteration is defined by a gradient finish across its bounce sole unit, which fades from blue to purple starting from the heel.
Juxtaposed nicely against a full-black forgedmesh upper, the component’s ribbed pattern is also emphasized, which offers more support and expansion throughout the composition.
More colorways of the silhouette are expected to debut at select adidas retailers on June 20th, and this pair is most likely one of them since it was revealed in the official introduction.
Now sporting a vivid tone of blue, the bold shade covers the model’s revamped upper, which is comprised of mesh and tonal synthetics that offers a more lightweight and breathable feel. Complementing the makeup consists of white accents gracing the Swoosh across its side panels, laces and midsole unit to cap off the composition.
Rounded out with subtle gum accents on the frontal and rear portion of its outsole, you can purchase this pair at select Nike retailers worldwide now.
The Classic Reebok Court Victory Pump Returns This Summer
A closer look at the upcoming Reebok Court Victory Pump in white/solar yellow is provided, this time emphasizing the iconic tennis sneaker on how it’s perceived when worn.
Famously worn by Chinese-American tennis player, Michael Chang, when he won the French Open in 1989, the retro silhouette is dominated by pristine white throughout its leather upper, while accents of solar yellow are placed on the distinct pumping system on its tongue, heel counter and portions of its outsole.
In addition, hits of grey and black are also applied throughout the sneaker to cap off the vibrant makeup.
Expect to find this pair at Reebok stockists nationwide soon, as it’s now available at select retailers overseas.
Noted as a homage to the warm months and the footwear retailer?s fourth and final installment of their ?Four Seasons? runner pack, the sneaker is essentially defined by its eye-catching aesthetic comprised of bright colors that are synonymous with the season.
Featuring shades such as green, pink, blue, orange and cream, the sneaker is comprised of plush suede and breathable mesh throughout. Finishing details include reflective 3M accents and a translucent blue outsole.
Retailing for $120, you can purchase this pair at select Reebok accounts now.
More prominently across the sneaker’s mesh and neoprene composition, tonal translucent synthetic overlays also adorn the toe cap, as well as its signature lacing cage apparatus and heel to solidify its overall construction.
To pronounce its subdued makeup, pops of hyper pink adorn the inner lining to complement the palette, as it all rests atop a crisp white sole unit.
You can find this grade school size pair at select Nike retailers overseas now.