The adidas JS Gorilla brings a fierce, king-of-the-jungle feel to any collection with a furry build that implements a variety of details. This wild cousin of Jeremy’s now beloved bear-themed shoes features a gorilla-head tongue, as well as extended arms and a removable trefoil tee. This pair is available today at select overseas retailers.
The Jordan 6-17-23 garnered a lot of negative attention when it first released; however, due to the superb colorways (“Aqua”, “Carmine”), many of you have given it a second chance. The Jordan 6-17-23 “College Blue” is the next colorway of this model to release. It features a Washington Wizards-esque color scheme thanks to the multiple college blue hints seen on the sole, toe cap, tongue and heel. White leather makes up the majority of the upper, and it complimented with a metallic silver midsole.
Brooklyn Projects teases with this new short video previewing the shop’s upcoming effort alongside Nike SB. Working on the always popular Dunk High, BP developed a brown/black colorway with red accents and various material options on the uppers. A release date hasn’t been announced but stay tuned for further information in the coming days.
Yesterday, Jordan Brand dropped its second Air Jordan Retro of 2011 in the form of the “Playoffs” Air Jordan 13, for $160. Originally released in 1998, the “Playoffs” Air Jordan 13 was ironically debuted by MJ in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game. Yet, he wore them consistently during the 1998 NBA Playoffs. Its mainly black-colored base is comprised of leather/suede and features a white midsole and varsity red outsole. It also possesses a varsity red Jumpman logo encircled in a vibrant yellow ring. I think I wanna get them but I still have the white and black 13’s from the 10 x 13 countdown package.
Nike has done a great job for decades keeping the public and sneaker enthusiasts on our toes. In a preview of the upcoming Robert Rodriguez film “The Black Mamba”, Kanye West appears as “The Boss” wearing the Nike Air Yeezy 2. While one can’t get a solid look at the shoe in the film preview, you can catch just enough of a glimpse to get a little bit of a feel for the Nike Air Yeezy 2. First, the Yeezy 2 does not use the same outsole tooling as the Nike Air Yeezy. Instead of the Nike Air Revolution outsole, the Nike Air Yeezy 2 employs the midsole and outsole tooling from Nike Air Tech Challenge II. In addition to the outsole, one can also tell that a contrast pink liner sits inside the black upper much like Black/Pink Yeezy.No current info is floating out there about a Nike Air Yeezy 2 release date or price. Have a look below at several images we enhanced to give you a better look at the shoe.