The upcoming Nike Kyrie 6 is more than just a colorway. As the Kyrie 6 “N7” emerges, it makes sense that the Nets’ point guard and the N7 Fund come together on the latest signature model. Last season, Kyrie became more in touch his tribal heritage as the Nike Kyrie 5 “Little Mountain” PE drew inspiration from his name given by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. The shoe was also an homage to his late mother who was a member of the tribe.The latest colorway expands on Kyrie’s roots as the N7 Fund is dedicated to aiding the Native American and Aboriginal kids across the country through sport and activity. The pair goes heavy on the details as expected from a dedicated shoe courtesy of Kyrie and Nike basketball. Not to mention, the color combination on these is smooth as well as vibrant for a nice combination.Take a look at the pair below courtesy of Sneaker News. Keep it locked here at Nice Kicks as we await official release details. Expect to see more N7-themed colorways from the Swoosh this summer.
The current 2019–20 NBA season is currently suspended, but that hasn’t stopped adidas from paying homage to one of its athletes, James Harden. The upcoming Harden Vol 4 “Crossing Guards” nods to the basketball star’s killer crossover game.The vibrant adidas Harden Vol. 4 “Crossing Guards” is mostly dressed in “Solar Orange,” while “Silver Metallic,” and “Core Black” accents are seen throughout. On the midfoot, “Crossing Guards” is strewn across, while other details include the crosswalk stripe on the right tongue and a stop sign on the left.The adidas Harden Vol. 4 “Crossing Guards” is expected to land at select adidas retailers in the upcoming weeks and will retail for $130.
The succession of Kobe Bryant’s signature footwear collection post-retirement continues to thrive with the recent unveiling of his Kobe AD NXT 360. Officially revealed on-court by Mamba Mentality alum, DeMar DeRozan, the soccer-styled silhouette is not only a sartorial achievement, but a technical triumph as well.Produced through an entirely new methodology for which Flyknit technology is applied, modern advancements in the 2012 produced fabric allows for the Kobe Shoes upper to be constructed in a complete 360-degree form that wraps the entire foot ensuring athletes have more secure, controlled movements. Contemporary engineering allows Flyknit to act like a second skin, yet remaining protective, light and breathable.
Paul George’s 4th signature shoe with Nike was unveiled this past weekend and Nike is wasting no time with the eye-catching colorways as they give us an official look at the first PG 4 Gatorade collaboration.Seen above, the Gatorade x Nike PG 4 Shoes Purple comes covered in a purple and black liquid-inspired mesh construction on the upper along with orange laces underneath the new shroud upper. Additional details include the signature Gatorade “G” logo on the tongue, purple Swooshes on the lateral side panels with water droplets, teal Swooshes on the medial side panels, the PG logo by the toe, and purple and green on the midsole/outsole.
The colourways keep coming in for the KD 13 following its official unveiling earlier this month. And this ‘Home Team’ rendition really hauls in the hues, sporting a multicoloured sole unit that packs serious abstract vibes. Things stay more simple up top, with a black and white combo allowing the sole unit to take centre stage, save for another multicolour hit hidden around the ankle collar.Pairs of this colourful crep are set to hit KD 13 and selected Swoosh stockists on May 1.