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Release Date: Nike LeBron Soldier 12 SFG Dark 23
LeBron James is on his ritual social medial blackout to stay focused during the NBA Playoffs, and this Nike LeBron Soldier 12 SFG Dark 23 takes inspiration from that theme and honors the clarity and focus required of champions. Basically sporting an all-black theme, the sneaker is made of a mixture of suede and mesh, while 3M reflect accents are applied on the Swooshes that are located on the mid-foot cross straps. Finishing details include target and crosshairs logos printed on the insoles.
Retailing for $140, look for this Nike LeBron Soldier 12 SFG Dark 23 at select Nike stores and online on April 25. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Official Look At The Nike Air Force 270 Court Purple
The Nike Air Force 270 is releasing in a Court Purple theme, and it’s part of an upcoming “Court Purple” collection that will include the Vandal High, SF-AF1, and Air More Money silhouettes. This iteration of the silhouette basically features a full court purple upper mixed with black accents throughout. Key details of the shoe include a mid-foot buckled strap and Air Max unit in the heel in black, while a white midsole completes the design altogether.
Retailing for $160, look for this Nike Air Force 270 Court Purple at select Nike stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Are You Copping The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Homage To Home (Chicago Exclusive)
This Chicago-exclusive Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Homage To Home is set to release this weekend, and this design features the Air Jordan 1 Banned colorway on the lateral side, and the Air Jordan 1 Chicago edition on its medial side to makeup its design. This version is extremely limited to only 2,300 pairs, and each pair is individually numbered. Other key markings include the words “From” and “For” on the heels, and Nike Air branded tongues and insoles.
The Nike Air Safari already dropped in its original Safari theme last month, and for this month of April, the runner comes in a timeless combination of black and white hues. Basically featuring a mixture of mesh, leather and suede for its upper, the model is highlighted with Safari print detailing along the collar. White swooshes on the sides, a white midsole and black rubber outsole completes the design altogether.
Retailing for $100, look for this colorway of the Nike Air Safari at select Nike stores and online today. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
If you thought there couldn’t be more colorways of the Nike Air Max 98‘s 20th anniversary, then you’re wrong. The classic runner is now featured in a combination of white, black, racer blue, and volt hues. Featuring a mesh and leather upper colored in white with black accents, the shoe is also detailed with pop of blue and volt throughout. Finally, a white midsole with racer blue Air Max cushioning and a black rubber outsole completes the design altogether.
Retailing for $160, look for this colorway of the Nike Air Max 98 at select Nike stores and online in May. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Nike LeBron Soldier 12 SFG Camo is LeBron James’ other signature basketball sneaker, and it’s releasing in a camouflage iteration tomorrow. The sneakers basically feature a laceless style that was first seen on the Soldier 10, but detailed with multiple individual straps across the mid-foot. A black-based mesh upper and the highlighting woodland camouflage overlays at the toe and heel complete the design altogether.
Retailing for $130, look for this Nike LeBron Soldier 12 SFG Camo at select Nike stores and online on April 19th. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 97 Elemental Rose Releasing In July
The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 97 in Elemental Rose is an upcoming colorway that Virgil Abloh has reportedly added to his next iteration of Nike silhouettes this year. A photoshop rendering of how the style might look like is featured, and the runner is expected to sport a light purple rose finish, and contrasted with black Swooshes, in addition to the “AIR” text on the heels. An orange stitched tab along the collar, barely rose midsole and translucent outsole with the Air Max cushioning completes the design altogether.
Retailing for $190, look for this OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Max 97 Elemental Rose at select Nike stores and online in July. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Official Images: Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Homage To Home
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Homage To Home is releasing twice. The more exclusive pair limited to 2,300 pairs only with each individually numbered on the inside, is dropping on April 21, but his general release edition is arriving in May. The shoe basically combines two iconic colorways, the Air Jordan 1 Banned and Air Jordan 1 Chicago into one. Key details include Nike Air branded tongues, insoles and the wings logo across its ankles.
Nike Has Created A VaporMax 2 Colorway For Knicks Fans
Okay Knicks fans, we know your squad missed the playoffs again this year, but hopefully this new pair of kicks can lift up your spirits a bit. What we see above is the Nike Air VaporMax 2 in a new “Knicks” colorway which features Racer Blue all throughout the Flyknit upper with Total Crimson hitting the Swoosh checks on the side panels as well as the VaporMax branding on the tongue. Black on the heel counter and heel pull tab along with a blue translucent VaporMax sole unit complete the look on this Nike Air VaporMax 2 that should be arriving at retailers sooner rather than later.
The Air Jordan 12 Bulls Is Expected To Release On Black Friday
Back in January we let you know that a new “Bulls” colorway of the Air Jordan 12 was being rumored to release some time later this year. Well we don’t have a first look at the shoe just yet, but we do have a release date for you.
While there are no early looks at the sneaker yet, the Air Jordan 12 Bulls colorway is listed as Gym Red/Gym Red-Black. This means we can expect the shoe to be dominated by Gym Red with Black accents placed throughout. The Air Jordan 12 Bulls is currently expected to release on Black Friday, November 23rd for $190. Make sure to bookmark our Air Jordan 12 Bulls hub page to keep up with the latest release information, images, and other important updates.
*The image above is a rendering by @jayzrdead of what the shoe could possibly look like.
The Nike LeBron 15 Low Black Metallic Gold is not the only Nike LeBron 15 Low release on May 1st. Also dropping on the very same day is the Nike LeBron 15 Low Oreo you see above.
This iteration of the model comes dressed in a Black and White color scheme. The Oreo motif on the BattleKnit upper is also placed on the laces. Other features on the shoe include the Black hits noted on the Swoosh branding, pull tabs on the heel and tongue collar lining and insoles. Below you will find a White midsole with Black speckling and an icy translucent outsole.
Release Date: Nike LeBron 15 Low Black Metallic Gold
Set to drop next month, here’s a good look at the Nike LeBron 15 Low Black Metallic Gold. This latest colorway of the low-top LeBron 15 sports a clean Black, Metallic Gold, and Phantom color scheme. The BattleKnit upper is done in Black, while the Metallic Gold hits on the Swoosh branding and heel tabs provide the only means on contrast on the upper. Below you will find a Phantom-colored midsole and clear translucent outsole equipped with yet another Metallic Gold Swoosh hit.
Look for the Nike LeBron 15 Low Black Metallic Gold to release on May 1st for the retail price of $150. Who’s picking up a pair?
In case you forgot (especially if you live in the east coast), Spring is in full effect and Nike is here to remind you with a new colorway of the Nike Air Max 1.
Designed specifically for the ladies, this Air Max 1 aims to bring the Spring season on your feet as the majority of the upper has been hit with a colorful floral pattern/print in colors that include red, gold, yellow, and white. The rest of upper is done in black nubuck, including the laces, tongue, and inner liner. Capping things off are a pink Swoosh on the side panels, a white midsole, and a gum rubber outsole.
Look for this women’s colorway of the Nike Air Max 1 to arrive at select Nike retailers on April 20th for $140.
Introducing the Nike Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint, also known as Nike’s fastest ever shoe. The Nike Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint was developed in collaboration with Eliud Kipchoge, the runner who famously ran the fastest marathon ever in Berlin last September.
What makes this model stand out? The Nike Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint is the latest evolution of the VaporFly Elite and VaporFly 4%. Since both of those silhouettes were so dominant on the 2017 marathon circuit, Nike designers decided to maintain the tooling and focus instead on updating the upper using 3D technology. The newly innovated Nike Flyprint performance-printed 3D upper is paired with a full-length carbon fiber plate, while durable rubber on the heel is included to protect against abrasions. A signature NikeZoomX midsole unit offers support and comfort. What you end up getting is a running shoe that is 11g lighter than the Nike VaporFly Elite and features increased breathability while absorbing less moisture.
This model could end up being Nike?s first real move into 3D-printed technology. Could we soon be seeing 3D-printing tech on currently existing silhouettes?
The Nike Zoom VaporFly Elite Flyprint will release in ultra-limited numbers the week of April 16 via the Nike App for $600 to celebrate the London Marathon on Saturday.
For more information on Nike?s Flyprint technology, watch the video above and click/tap here.
We’re bringing you a look at a new colorway of the Nike Air VaporMax Utility that is releasing later this week. This revamped winterized version of the VaporMax comes done in a Ridgerock Flyknit all throughout the upper with lockdown reinforcement straps on the upper in yellow. Additional hits of Peat Moss (yellow) can then be seen on the heel counter, laces, aglets, and the branding on the toe. A translucent VaporMax sole with touches of Ridgerock and Peat Moss on the outsole complete the look on this VaporMax Utility that is scheduled to release on April 19th for $225. Will you be grabbing a pair?