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Nike Air Max Hyperize POP – White – University Blue – Black

Sunday, August 11th, 2013

With all the Soldier IVs and Air Max LeBron VII PSes, Nike isn’t being presumptuous: playoff basketball is a part of life when you’re a successful NBA player.  We expect to see quite a few of them in this model, but the POP designation, colourup and model makes us think ‘Carlos Boozer‘.  Who else would be in a position to wear the Nike Air Max Hyperize POP in this white blue and black colourway?  Possibly teammate Deron Williams, but aside from that, your guess is the best one.  Take a look at more detailed images after the jump and let us know if you’re wise to the meaning behind their beatuiful reflective polygonal patterning.  via Kinstor

Style: 395722-100
Color: White/University Blue-Black

Nike Pepper Low Black White

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

The Darkside Initiative
1827 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Photography: Hypebeast

With the Spring season upon us, Nike begins to reveal more of its lifestyle program, including this Pepper Low. The kicks feature a full-leather black upper with white highlights and white outsoles. Simple and clean, they are now available through finer Nike retail accounts, including The Darkside Initiative in San Francisco.

Nike 10AC 2010 Spring Summer Lookbook

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

In conjunction with the unveiling of Caol Uno’s UCS Spring/Summer 2010, we get a peek into the other line revolving around the MMA master. 10AC follows a more sports-centric aesthetic, of course developed by Nike, with this season being heavily influenced by the color yellow, seen on a large selection of pieces. 10AC Spring/Summer boasts outerwear, training gear, trunks, sweats, tee, and accessories such as headwear, sacks, leggings, and everything in between.

Nike Sportswear Solarsoft Moccasin Premium Further Look

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Nike Sportswear continues on with its hybrid design with the Solarsoft Moccasin Premium, a shoe that combines both the casual aesthetics and comfort of running shoes and moccasins. The shoe features a tonal suede and mesh upper with matching laces, and is contrasted by an earthy beige tongue loop, heel panel and strip running through the weave along the edge of the upper. All of this sits atop a white Nike Solarsoft cushioning outsole. Expect these to drop next spring at Nike Sportswear outlets.

Source: Lacebag Magazine

Air Jordan Fusion 9 Premier Light Olive

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Source: Kenlu

As the end of May nears, Jordan Brand give us a look into the latest colorway to release from their Fusion 9 program. Probably one of the most consistent interpretations of all the Fusion releases, this new Premier launch tackles the classic Olive colorway with a lighter tone amongst black and red accenting. A release for the Light Olive Fusion 9 is scheduled for this Saturday May 30th all select Jordan retail accounts.

Nike & Jordan Brand HyperElite “Carrier Classic” Uniforms

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

The USS Carl Vinson has seen more than its fair share of action during nearly 30 years of active service. This Veterans Day, the vessel will add another accolade to a long list of honors, becoming the first-ever U.S. Navy aircraft carrier to host an intercollegiate athletic event. The contest features perennial powerhouse and preseason No. 1 North Carolina versus formidable foe, Michigan State University in the Carrier Classic.” To pay homage to our veterans while authenticating the look and feel of the game, both schools will be dressed in camouflage-print Nike & Jordan Brand HyperElite uniforms – the brand’s most advanced system of dress and lightest basketball uniform ever produced. The Army Combat Uniform (ACU) pattern, which Nike obtained special permission from the U.S. military to use, celebrates the sacrifice and service of all military members, serving at home and across the world. The state-of-the-art uniforms not only pay tribute to our military, but are made with an average of 80 percent recycled polyester – made from recycled plastic bottles. This historic game marks the debut of Nike’s recycled-poly uniforms which will be worn by more than 80 NCAA teams this season.

Leo Chang Talks About The Nike Zoom KD V Video

Monday, July 8th, 2013

In his quest to lead his Oklahoma City Thunder team back to the NBA championship for the second year in a row, Kevin Durant can rightfully include Leo Chang as a member of his supporting cast. Chang is the Nike Basketball Footwear Design Director and the lead designer for each of Kevin Durant’s signature shoes, the fifth and latest iteration bearing a number of personal touches specific to the three-time NBA scoring champ. As Chang explains in an exclusive interview with Sole Collector, the process typically begins with a face-to-face meeting in Oklahoma City. Last year when Chang asked Durant why he wore no. 5 in Turkey and the Olympics, Durant replied that it all starts with the five guys on the court. Consequently, that number appears throughout the shoe’s exterior, including the five-sided pentagon and five-pointed star designs across the outsole. They hark back to Durant’s hometown of Washington D.C., even mimicking the configuration of the city’s map. In addition to the numerous personal signifiers that riddle the shoe, Chang explains that it was Durant who requested a Max Air unit in the heel of a lightweight mid-top, finished in bright colors that can be seen from the third level of the arena. Check out the engaging video below.

Nike Sells UMBRO To Iconix Brand Group For $225 Million

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Five months after it put both Cole Haan and UMBRO up for sale, Nike found a suitor for UMBRO this morning. Nike announced the sale of the UMBRO brand to Iconix Brand Group in a deal around $225 million dollars. Purchased by Nike back in 2008 as a way to diversify its product portfolio and to tap into the lucrative soccer market, UMBRO’s sale does just the opposite though a necessary step in streamlining Nike’s product offerings. In his statement, Mark Parker, Nike’s CEO, said “It is a difficult decision to divest any business, but this action will enable us to focus on our highest-potential growth opportunities,” Parker continued “UMBRO has a great heritage, but ultimately, as our category strategy has evolved, we believe Nike Football can serve the needs of footballers both on and off the pitch.”

With Neil Cole, older brother to fashion designer Kenneth Cole, at the helm, Iconix Brand Group runs one of the world’s most extensive fashion licenses operation. Iconix already owns brands such as Badgley Mischka, Mudd, Mossimo, Marc Ecko, Zoo York, London Fog, Candie’s, Ed Hardy and sells to large retailers like Wal-Mart, Targets, and Macy’s. Back in 2007, Iconix brought Jay-Z’s Rocawear for $204 million and has a stake in Rocawear’s later purchases, Artful Dodgers and Pharrell’s Billionaire Boys Club.

The sale of UMBRO will be finalize by both sides at the end of this year.

Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” Pack

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Source: Nice Kicks

The latest Air Jordan multi-shoe pack will release late this month month under the theme of “Toro Bravo”. Featuring two versions of the Air Jordan V, the shoe is inspired by a special and heralded species of bull which is bred for the Running of the Bulls event in Pamplona, Spain. The black version is inspired by “both the Toro Bravo, known for its aggressiveness, strength, vigor and intelligence, and Michael Jordan’s basketball career, which exemplified these qualities and more.” On the other hand the red version “represents the passion, inspired by MJ’s drive for the game and taking its color from the red bandannas runners in Pamplona wear.” A special custom-box set featuring the menacing eyes of a red-eye’d pull peering through a crate keeps in line with the shoe’s concept at hand. The Toro Bravo pack is set for a May 30th release.

Nike Sportswear 2010 Spring Air Maxim 1 Torch

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Source: Freshness

Amongst the many highlights from Nike Sportswear’s upcoming designs for Spring 2010 is this Air Maxim 1 Touch, a play off the classic Air Max 1 with upgraded materials and technological advancements. Aside from the Flywire upper, the shoes feature an added breathable mesh upper and heel panels and seamless stitching, which, quite arguably, results as a more sophisticated and cleaner rendition of the original AM1.