The classic Air Max model gets flipped inside out.
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A perfect blend of motorsport’s fast-paced aesthetic and streetwear.
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The 17-year-old singer stars in the genderless campaign.
The first ever sneaker designed for eSports gaming.
Performance golf wear designed by Stone Island and Nike.
The KITH designer teams up with ASICS for a summer classic.
Vans is releasing a new pack which will consist of three color options of the Era that comes with a new and unique look.
Those three color options of the Vans Era comes highlighted in Black, White and Blue. Each pair comes highlighted with exposed stitching, a look that many brands are adopting. In addition we have White on the midsole while a Red license plate logo is placed on the heel. The look is then completed with a Gum rubber outsole.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Vans Era 3RA Pack which will give you a closer look. As for a release, this pack is an exclusive to Billy’s Tokyo and is now available.
Converse recently unveiled their Fall footwear lineup which includes new models that pays tribute to Converse’s basketball heritage: Mission VLTG V and ERX 260 in both Mid and OX.
Several elements of the decade’s sportswear history is reflected — including an early penchant for tracksuits to a later embrace of bold geometries — and re-crafted.
Converse Mission VLTG V: Originally released in 1995, the Converse Voltage made an immediate statement on collegiate and NBA courts through its dynamic “bolt-chevron” upper pattern. That it was worn by some of the era’s most potent guards led to its mystic and made the shoe a cult favorite (lock-up with school uniform styles helped too).
For 2019, the Voltage is brought back from the archives for the first time, its spirit channeled through the new, women’s-only VLTG. This vision of the shoe reinterprets the ’95 silhouette with an exaggerated heel arch, lightweight SmartFoam cushioning and street-ready herringbone outsole.
Converse ERX 260 Mid: The color blocking of the ERX 260 MID draws from a series of Converse tracksuits sold in 1990 under the “CONS Collection” label. Along with an embossed tongue, these blocked color palettes celebrate the ERX’s over-the-top verve. The shoe is completed by OrthoLite insole cushioning and an EVA heel.
Converse ERX 260 OX: Notable for its brash high and mid models, the ERX gets a low-cut, off-court refresh in 2019. It retains archival design cues, including embossed tongue details, and is given an OrthoLite insole with EVA heel for added comfort.
Below you can see all the releases which will give you a closer look. You can expect all three models to release at select retailers and online at Converse.com during August 2019.
Nike has started to release a new React model which is known as the Nike React City. One of the upcoming color options will come dressed in a simple theme.
Looking closer this pair features a Black and Sail color combination. Lacking laces, it comes with an asymmetrical zipper that runs across the mid-foot to the medial side. Following we have translucent branding, 3M Reflective accents and water resistant foam. Black covers most of the upper while Sail lands on the zipper and React cushioned midsole.
While this Nike React City has already released overseas, a stateside launch has yet to be announced but you can expect them to start showing up at select retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $145. Below you can check out more images which will give you a better look.
Nike React City
Style Number: AT8423-001
Nike will have multiple colorways to choose from when it comes to the Zoom X Vista Grind and one of the next releases is the ‘Racer Blue’ edition.
Originated from an aerospace innovation, the Zoom X technology utilizes recycled foam from the Zoom X family. Along with the translucent upper, the avant-garde midsole lets you see comfort directly through its visible windows.
Looking closer this pair comes dressed in a Racer Blue, Black and White color theme. Highlighted with a Black upper and Blue accents, the look is completed with a thick White midsole.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Nike Zoom X Vista Grind ‘Racer Blue’ which will give you a closer look. You can expect this pair to release at select retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $160.
Nike Zoom X Vista Grind
Color: Racer Blue/Black-White
Style Number: BQ4800-500
Nike is adding to their women’s lineup with a brand new release of the Shox TL which comes highlighted in pastel shades.
Looking closer this variation of the Nike Shox features White mesh across the upper while extending to the plastic overlays. Sticking out is the pastel hues of Pink, Yellow and Teal seen on the tongue, Swoosh and Shox. Completing the look is a Black rubber outsole.
Continue to scroll below to check out more photos of this Shox TL which will give you a detailed look. Currently a release date is not available however they are expected to arrive at select retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $170.
Nike Shox TL WMNS
Style Number: AR3566-102
Expanding on the Inside Out releases, Nike is now launching the Air Max 1 utilizing the theme and highlighted in ‘Mystic Navy’.
Dressed in a Ghost, White and Mystic Navy color combination, the highlight on this Nike Air Max 1 is the inside out build. On the tongue we have a product tag instead of the traditional Nike branding. Various shades of Blue covers the upper while White takes over the midsole to complete the look.
Below you can check out more images of this Air Max 1 which will give you a closer look. Currently this pair is now starting to arrive at select retailers including Nike.com. Retail price is set at $110.
Nike Air Max 1
Color: Ghost/White-Mystic Navy
Style Number: AH8145-016
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We have another Nike Air Max 1 that is part of the Inside Out Pack and this pair is a bit lighter in shades and also features a new element.
Dressed in a White, Black and Wolf Grey color combination. This Nike Air Max 1 comes with leather and suede across the upper while areas throughout will have exposed stitching. Once again we have the inside out tongue which now displays the production tag instead of a Nike label.
Below you can check out additional photos of this Air Max 1 which will give you a closer look. For those that are interested in purchasing they are now available at select retailers including Nike.com. Retail price is set at $110.
Nike Air Max 1
Color: White/Black-Wolf Grey
Style Number: AH8145-113
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Slated to drop soon, here is an official look at the Nike Air Max Deluxe done in Black, Pink and Volt. This new colorway of the model comes dressed in a Black mesh upper paired up with even more Black on the plastic overlays. Adding some pop of color to the shoe are the Pink hits on the tongue, lining and insoles, as well as the Volt hits noted on the heel trim, insole branding and Air Max bubble. Hits of White are noted on the heel and midsole while the Black rubber outsole completes the look.
Check out this brand new colorway of the Converse Lucky Star High Top. This time around, the model comes dressed in a Cream canvas upper covered in a leopard print done in Brown and Black. Details on the sneaker include the contrast stitching, White toe cap, White laces, Black midsole trim and a thicker insole for added comfort.
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One of the most popular Nike Dunk colorways of all-time is returning during the 2019 Fall season with the arrival of the Nike Dunk Low Viotech. This Dunk originally released in 2002 as a Japan CO.JP exclusive and then re-released again in 2013.
The highly sought after colorway of the Nike Dunk Low takes on a multicolor upper that includes blue, orange, red, purple, green, olive, tan, and more. As far as construction goes, the sneaker gets done in a premium suede all throughout the upper with a white midsole and purple outsole rounding out the look.
There are no images of the 2019 pair yet (pictures above are the 2013 release), but keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates.
Vans is happy to bring to you BLACK RAINBOWS, a 10-day immersive experience in Venice Beach, California that transports fans back to 1976 to celebrate the energetic time period and place that Vans’ first skateboarding shoe was born. “BLACK RAINBOWS” aren’t just marks left by wallrides from skateboards, they are symbols of the creative reinterpretation of the world around you.
Beginning August 9th– 18th, Vans will continue to elevate the Classic Era and honor the ubiquitous silhouette as an icon of creative expression past and present.
In 1976, Tony Alva worked with the Vans family and created a shoe specifically designed for skateboarding. What they did next with that shoe set off a cultural explosion that sent shockwaves around the globe. Vans will commemorate the history and origins of the Era in the neighborhood between Santa Monica and Venice Beach known by Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta and the original Z-Boys simply as Dogtown. BLACK RAINBOWS is aimed at reinforcing our brand promise of enabling creative expression through action sports, art, music and street culture. Vans has partnered with Dogtown legend Jeff Ho, famed owner of the Zephyr Surf Shop and Jim Muir, original Z-Boy and skate Hall of Fame inductee, to bring forward an authentic depiction of the birth of a cultural icon; the Era. BLACK RAINBOWS’ interactive programming and highlights will include Vans skate demos, panel discussions with Vans Designers and skate legends, art and music workshops, film screenings and will culminate with live musical performances.
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Accompanying the delivery is this 60-second video directed by William Strobeck, shot by Zander Taketomo and Kirk Dianda. The film is set to an acapella freestyle by the late Bankroll Fresh, whose song “Behind the Fence” was featured in Tyshawn’s breakout part for adidas Skateboarding’s 2016 feature film, Away Days. Check out the video above and look for the The adidas Tyshawn Collegiate Green to drop tomorrow for $85 with its apparel counterparts, the TJ Firebird and Cargo pant, retailing for $85 and $80. Each piece will be available at specialty skateboard retailers worldwide and on the adidas Skateboarding website.
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Nike’s annual Be True Collection released last month, but it appears that there will be a late addition to the club with the Nike ZoomX VaporFly NEXT%.
The new marathon runner from Nike starts off with a White and Guava Ice color combination on the new Vaporweave upper with a large black Swoosh hitting the toe and a smaller Swoosh seen on the lateral side panels. The midsoles are then hit with a gradient rainbow effect with Be True branding on the tongues and insoles. A ZoomX foam midsole in Sail completes the look.
An exact release date for the Nike ZoomX VaporFly NEXT% Be True is not known at the moment, but take in the official images above and stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for updates.
Yup, this collection is an actual thing and it’s actually releasing!
adidas teams up with none other than AriZona Iced Tea to release this super-exclusive AriZona Iced Tea x adidas Collection. The collection includes two pairs of the adidas Continental 80 and two pairs of the adidas Yung-1. Both models comes dressed in colors and prints (including the unmistakeable flower pattern design) inspired by the brand’s iconography. What you end up getting are sneakers full of Pink, Yellow and Green hues offset by the Black and White accents noted throughout.
Want a pair? Get this…the AriZona Iced Tea x adidas Collection will only be available at a exclusive NYC pop-up store at 208 Bowery, NYC on July 18 and 19 11am EST Retail price: .99 cents. Yup, ninety-nine cents. The collection will be available on a first come, first served basis.
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Last seen in the collaborative Neymar colorway, the Nike Shox TL now gets hit with a jolt of color making this new colorway ideal for the current Summer season. Inspired by the OG colorway of the Nike Air Max Plus, this Nike Shoz Tl takes on the “Sunrise” theme and features a yellow/orange gradient pattern on the upper along with black detailing on the signature plastic overlays as well as on the laces, inner liner, top of the tongue, Swoosh checks, heel, and the entire Shox sole unit. Nike Shox branding on the tongues, insoles, and heel complete the look on this Sunrise colorway of the Nike Shox TL that will be dropping soon for $170.