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The Reebok Question Mid will receive the canvas treatment with the upcoming Canvas Pack.
Each shoe retails for $135 and you can pre-order them now at Packer Shoes (orders ship by June 7th).
Take a look at some detailed images and let me know if you’ll be grabbing either of the three.
Yet another colorway has emerged for the Nike LeBron XI and thank goodness I’m not a fan of them… I could already feel my pocket burning.
This pair features the classic Black/ Red makeup and while I’m a fan of the colors, I just don’t think the red outsole looks good. I would have preferred a White outsole or maybe even a translucent one over this. I am still a fan of the shoe and like I always say, colorways can make or break a shoe so be patient if you havent seen one that you like as there is bound to be at least one in the future.
Take a look after the jump and feel free to share your thoughts. Honestly, its time for some more angles after they were leaked the first time.
Two new colorways have surfaced of the upcoming Nike Lunar Hyperdunk 2013.
The Volt color scheme has carries over from last year’s Hyperdunk and a new TB (Team Bank) colorway in Red/ Black – White is also seen which is always refreshing.
These have been performing great on-court so far so stay tuned for the upcoming Performance Review.
Another look at the upcoming Nike LeBron XI and this is the clearest image yet.
As usual, some people love them while other hate them… I think they are aesthetically beautiful. There is still no word on official tech specs but what you can see is Nike’s all new Armorposite – a lighter weight Foamposite material – along with Dynamic Flywire. Where is the midsole? Its a double last midsole – like nearly all Foamposite sneakers – which means that the midsole is internal and with this type of construction you sacrifice flexibility for enhanced fit and lockdown. Great for a player of LeBron’s stature… not so great for me but Armourposite may bit thinner than the usual Foamposite material so who knows until you try it.
This Black/ Iguana – Red colorway looks great and I don’t even like Iguana colorways at all. Take a look for yourself and let me know what you think in the comment section.
The adidas Crazyquick continues to release great colorways and this one may be the best one yet.
This new Crazyquick colorway sports a combination of black and purple matrix accents on the TECHFIT upper to mimic quick cuts and movements on the court. The SPRINTFRAME is polished teal while the flex outsole is black, purple and teal. Features black laces with teal highlights to pop on the court.
The Crazyquick in Black, Purple & Teal drops June 1st at adidas.com.
If you follow my YouTube Channel then you may already know that I’ve begun to plan a new segment dubbed the ‘Kicks On Court Spotlight’ which aims to shed light on other YouTubers within the sneaker community that you may never had heard of.
This is Nyree, also known as TheReezy98. He is a young sneaker admirer from California and loves to hoop in addition to star gazing at sneakers. Reezy goes over his inspiration for starting his YouTube Channel, his current favorite YouTubers & his favorite on-court sneaker. If you like what you see, head over to his YouTube Channel and hit that subscribe button.
Hit the jump to take a look at the video & keep an eye out for more fresh faces as this is just the beginning, there are a TON of fellow enthusiasts out there in YouTube land and if you haven’t heard of them yet… you soon will.
We received a preview of the Nike LeBron XI in a wear-test sample and now we have a look at a sales sample which means this is most likely the final product.
While we don’t see a visible Zoom unit, the LeBron XI was reported to have Lunarlon so its possible that Lunarlon is the source of cushion but there could also be bottom loaded Zoom Air as well. This is all speculation so anything can change and I’m merely guessing based on previous info.
If I’m going to be perfectly honest… these look freaking amazing. The Air Jordan XI changed the way performance shoes were made – for both on & off court usage – so I can’t wait to see what the LeBron XI has in store.
In case you missed it, you can go read the tech specs on the upcoming Nike LeBron XI HERE and when you come back you’ll see the only thing missing is the 360 Degree Visible Zoom unit.
Armourposite is used along the upper and while you cannot see any cushion, there is likely cushion within the midsole. Its common for wear-test samples to have key elements missing just in case someone is hanging around the gym with a camera.
Take a look at a potential colorway for the upcoming LeBron XI and let me know what you think.