There Are Apparently Multiple adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Colorways That Won’t Release

April 29th, 2017 marked the retail debut of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cream White.” A month earlier, a sample colorway of the Yeezy 350 Boost V2 was also unveiled and it was reportedly dubbed “Earth.” As its nickname suggests, it was a tonal iteration, predominantly dressed up in Light Brown, with a darker Brown shade appearing over its heel pull tabs. It was reported that this Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sample would end up making its retail debut later this year, although no new information has surfaced yet. It seems that it has joined by two other Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorways that might not release either. Continue reading There Are Apparently Multiple adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Colorways That Won’t Release

All Of These Nike Air Foamposite One & Pro Releases Are Arriving Soon

Arguably, one of the biggest Air Foamposite One re-releases is about to take place very soon in the form of the Air Foamposite One “Eggplant.” However, over the past two months, Nike seems to have dropped and unveiled several other Air Foamposite releases as well. After being previewed since back in May, the Air Foamposite Pro “Tech Fleece” finally made its retail debut on June 9th at a price of $230. Instead of looking like a basketball sneaker, its Tech Fleece-like Dark Grey-colored Heather wool uppers made it look like a lifestyle shoe. Additionally, it also featured Black-colored detailing, carbon fiber shanks and icy Blue-colored outsoles. Continue reading All Of These Nike Air Foamposite One & Pro Releases Are Arriving Soon

This Air Jordan 31 Low “Triple Black” Looks Luxurious Like A Premium Release

The Air Jordan 31 Low has been making headlines as of lately. As sneakerheads may have read, Lonzo Ball rocked the Air Jordan 31 Low “Oreo” during the recent 2017 NBA Summer League. The Air Jordan 31 Low was also a part of Jordan Brand’s Quai 54 Collection for this year. The sneaker ended up joining this month’s earlier Jordan releases 2017 on July 8th and it retailed at a price of $160. However, it seems that Jordan Brand intends to continue dropping new colorways of the Air Jordan 31 Low. The latest one seems to be a “Triple Black” colorway that will soon arrive at retailers. Continue reading This Air Jordan 31 Low “Triple Black” Looks Luxurious Like A Premium Release

This Air Jordan 5 Is Not Only A Premium Release That Is Wine-Themed

Jordan Brand’s Quai 54 releases on July 8th, 2017 coincided with the retail debut of a brand new Air Jordan 5 Premium iteration. This was the luxurious and tonal “Triple Black” colorway that featured premium leather uppers, all dressed up in sleek Black. It was also equipped with pleated side panels and tongues, and leather midsoles. To add slight contrast, the sneaker was also equipped with smoky, Grey-colored outsoles. Sneakerheads may have assumed that Jordan Brand would now take a break from dropping further Premium releases of the model. On the contrary though, this brand new Air Jordan 5 Premium iteration will be joining Fall’s/Winter’s Jordan releases 2017. Continue reading This Air Jordan 5 Is Not Only A Premium Release That Is Wine-Themed

Two Different Air Jordan 5 GS Colorways Will Soon Make Their Retail Debuts

The Jordan releases 2017 that have arrived at retailers so far have not included any GS-exclusive colorways of the Air Jordan 5. In fact, the most recent Air Jordan 5 GS release that sneakerheads may remember took place back in September 17th, 2016 and it was the “Raptors” colorway that retailed at a price of $140. The colorway was likely dubbed “Raptors” because of its seemingly Toronto Raptors-inspired color scheme. The sneaker was dressed up in a combination of Black and Purple, with Red-colored accents. However, now it seems that not one but three GS-exclusive colorways of the Air Jordan 5 are on their way. Continue reading Two Different Air Jordan 5 GS Colorways Will Soon Make Their Retail Debuts

This Unreleased Air Jordan 12 “Obsidian” Nubuck Sample Is Currently Available On eBay

Not too long ago, it was revealed that Jordan Brand and PSNY were collaborating once again, and their latest collaboration resulted in the creation of three new premium colorways of the Air Jordan 12. These turned out to be Air Jordan 12 iterations with completely tonal nubuck uppers and matching soles, dubbed “Bordeaux,” “Olive” and “Wheat” All three of them hit the shelves this Summer on June 28th, 2017, but not at the same place. The “Bordeaux” was a Milan-exclusive, the “Olive” was a Paris-exclusive and the “Wheat” was a NYC-exclusive on Nike SNKRS. However, the Air Jordan 12 featured above is not an actual release. Continue reading This Unreleased Air Jordan 12 “Obsidian” Nubuck Sample Is Currently Available On eBay