Late last year, Supreme released four color ups of their new Nike SB silhouette, the Nike SB ’94. For this year, they upped the stakes with some more colorways of the shoe. The “Wheat” and “Black” Nike SB ’94s are primarily made of premium nubuck suede. In addition, both colorways have gum rubber outsoles, Zoom Air units, Foamposite heel cups, and Supreme branding. These Nike SB ’94s released earlier today, but are still in stock on Supreme’s website in some mid-range sizes. Get them while you can! (Picture via The Source)
November 10, 2011
February 4, 2011
Recently, Nike Sportswear debuted a new storm-ready variation of the classic Air Force 1 model, the Air Force 1 Duck Boot. This high-top sneaker is fashionable, with its boot-like string laces, and great for bad weather at the same time, due to its reinforced waterproof toe, wool-lined waterproof collar, and special traction outsole. I have actually thought about getting this $165 retailer to be able to deal with NYC’s snowy/icy streets and stay fresh at the same time. The Black colorway of the Air Force 1 Duck Boot has been out for a few weeks now, while the British Tan colorway releases tomorrow, Saturday February 5th, at various Nike Sportswear retailers. Hit the cut for more pictures of each colorway. (more…)
November 25, 2010
Black Friday is greatly appreciated each year in the sneaker world, with numerous releases, and even “Black Friday” colorways of some shoes, such as the “Black Friday” Air Force 1′s, designed by DJ Clark Kent, that released on Black Friday 2008. Well this year is certainly not different. Get your wallets ready as you see all of the hot shoes releasing tomorrow.
Air Force 1 Foamposite Black/Black
Riding on the heels of the previous Metallic Silver AF1 Foamposite is this Black-on-Black pair of the same shoe, releasing tomorrow at select Nike Sportswear retailers. The Black/Black AF1 Foamposite has a glowing black foamposite upper, a clear sole, round laces and a canvas strap (both unlike the first pair released) (Picture via Dunk).
Air Max 24/7 “Blackout”
The “Blackout” Air Max 24/7 will also release at Nike Sportswear retailers tomorrow. This black and grey sneaker looks like a great Winter-wear shoe for those still hunting for one (Picture via SneakerNews).
Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle 2010 Collection
Tomorrow, 4/6 of the 2010 Nike x Doernbecher collection, the Nike SB P-Rod 2.5, Air Force 1 ’07 LE, WMNS Free Run+ and Air Zenyth, will release at Niketown & NikeStore locations, as well as on Nikestore.com. The sales of these shoes will benefit the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, OR (PIcture via SneakerNews).
Nike 6.0 Dunk Low SE “DeLorean”
The DeLorean DMC-12 is a car that exists today in very limited numbers. Only 6500 DMC-12′s are believed to still exist today. That’s not why the DeLorean is so famous, though. You all should know the car from the Back to the Future movie series. Nike 6.0 has partnered with the DeLorean Motor Company on the above Dunk Low SE. The “DeLorean” Nike 6.0 Dunk Low SE will release tomorrow at official Nike locations and select Nike 6.0 retailers (Picture via SneakerNews).
Undefeated x Converse Poorman’s Weapon “Grey Friday”
Undefeated and Converse have once again collaborated on a Poorman’s Weapon. The shoe is set to release on Black Friday, this time with a grey satin upper (Picture via High Snobiety).
Supra Vaider “Cool Grey”
Supra, who has released Air Jordan-inspired colorways in the past, will release a “Cool Grey” version of the Vaider, obviously influenced by the Cool Grey XI, tomorrow. The shoe will release exclusively on CCS.com, along with a collection of apparel to match (Picture via SneakerNews).
Supra “Gum Pack”
In addition to the “Cool Grey” Vaiders, this “Gum Pack,” consisting of a white Skytop, a black Vaider, and an obsidian Cuban, each with a gum sole, will also release tomorrow, but only at PickYourShoes.com (Picture via SneakerNews).
Air Jordan 1 Anodized December Releases
Even though it isn’t December yet, these three Anodized AJ1′s, colored up in University Blue, Black, and Voltage Cherry (GS only), respectively, will be available at many Jordan retailers tomorrow (Picture via Extra Butter).
Air Jordan 13 Retro “Flint”
Jordan Brand will finally release the second retro of the “Flint” XIII’s tomorrow. As we have stated in the past, the shoe, unlike the OG and 2005 versions, does not have a 3M underlay, and unlike recent retro releases, will retail for $160. But despite the price hike, the “Flints” are bound to sell out quickly, so be sure to secure your pair as early as possible (PIcture via Exit 36).
Air Jordan 7 Retro Premio “Bin 23″
Last, but certainly not least, is the next shoe in Jordan Brand’s “Bin 23″ collection: the Air Jordan 7 Retro Premio. This colorway of the VII is inspired by what influenced Tinker Hatfield when he made the VII: tribalism and African art. The “Bin 23″ VII will release tomorrow in very limited quantities at Niketowns and Nike Stores across the country, select Jordan Brand retailers, and most House of Hoops locations (the other locations will release the shoe on this upcoming Monday, November 29th, so check with your local HoH to make sure when they’ll have the “Bin 23″ VII). Because the “Bin 23″ VII is so limited, and because it is Black Friday, you should probably get to wherever you plan on getting the shoe quite early to ensure that you will end Black Friday with a pair of “Bin 23″ VII’s (Picture via Jumpman23).
Good luck in getting all of your Black Friday purchases!!
November 12, 2010
This upcoming SB dunk has a cool mix of colors that eerily resemble the “Papa Bear” SB Dunk High, which was released as a part of the “Three Bears” pack that came out in 2006. The “Un-Papa Bear” has suede all over, with a Maple color on the toebox, tip, and strap, Dark Obsidian on the side panel, collar, and eyestay, and a Varsity Red swoosh. In addition, the shoe has Varsity Red lining and laces, a White midsole, and to top it all off, a Gum sole. Look out for the “Un-Papa Bear”s to hit Nike SB retailers in December (Picture via Sneaker News).
“Blackout” SB Dunk High
The next SB Dunk High I have for you all today is an all-black one. The upper of the “Blackout” SB Dunk Highs is covered with an as-of-now unknown Black material, besides for a suede swoosh. It is unknown at this point when the “Blackout”s will release, but hopefully they will release soon, just in time for Winter (Picture via N-sb).
Keep up with Sole Camp for updates on these two upcoming Nike SB Dunk Highs.
Two pretty cool shoes are pictured above. First, we have the Black/Black Air Force 1 Foamposite, the second, more minimal colorway of the Foamposite-dressed classic. Right below is the anything-but-minimal Air Jordan VII Retro Premio, which takes design inspiration from West African art. Now, these two shoes have something in common: a release date! Both will release on Black Friday (November 26th)! With both these two and the “Flint” Air Jordan XIII Retro releasing on that day, it’s looking to be a pretty big one for sneakerheads! With that said, you should probably get to your store early to ensure yourself any of the shoes releasing on Black Friday. Now, it’s going to be quite the frenzy. (Pictures via Sneaker News & Jordan Brand)
September 20, 2010
Upcoming Sneaker Release Dates: Ronnie Fieg x Asics Gel Lyte III “Nice Kicks 2.0″, Air Jordan Force IV “Laser”, Air Jordan XIII Retro “Flint”, Air Force 1 Foamposite Black/Black, & Nike Zoom Kobe VI
Boy do I need to catch you guys up on release dates! Here are the recently-revealed release dates of five fairly different sneakers that would catch any sneakerhead’s attention:
Ronnie Fieg x Asics Gel Lyte III “Nice Kicks 2.0″: October 1st
Earlier today, Nice Kicks finally posted another picture of the “Nice Kicks 2.0″ Gel Lyte III’s, along with the tagline, “October 1st.” I, along with many others, assume that this tagline is the release date for the shoes, but you never know. As of right now, though, the “Nice Kicks 2.0″‘s will release on Friday, October 1st, in very limited numbers, at very few locations (some possible places are DavidZ.com, the David Z flagship store in Soho, and the Nice Kicks store in Houston, TX. personally, I cannot wait for head on pictures of these shoes to be revealed!
Air Jordan Force IV “Laser”: November 6th
Sadly/Thankfully (depends on the person), the Air Force 1 x Jordan fusions will end after 2010. The fusion series will continue on with the Air Max x Jordan fusions though. Anyways, one of the last AF1/Jordan fusions to release ever will be the “Laser” IV fusions, supposedly on Saturday, November 6th. The black “Laser” AJ4′s are a grail of mine, and I have been searching for them for a while now. If I can’t find a pair of those for a good price soon enough, I might just pick these up, because they’re pretty nice (for fusions)! (Picture via MarqueeSole & Release Info. via ISS)
Air Jordan XIII Retro “Flint”: November 26th
The highly-anticipated “Flint” 13′s will release on Black Friday, November 26th. Be sure to get to your local Jordan Brand retailer, such as Foot Locker, as early as possible to get the shoes due to the mass amount of hype for these, and the extreme date of Black Friday!
Air Force 1 Foamposite Black/Black: December 1st
Upon release, the first Air Force 1 Foamposites sold out within minutes! The All-Black AF1 Foams are likely to do the same when they release on or around Wednesday, December 1st. (Picture via MarqueeSole & Release Info. via SneakerNews)
Nike Zoom Kobe VI: December 26th
Despite this sneaker being a sample of the Zoom Kobe VI, it looks crazy! A main feature of the shoe is it’s reptillian texture, and organic feel. But despite the sneaker’s crazy looks, it still should play well on court! The Flywire is eliminated, but the shoe is still light, low, and filled with a Zoom Air cushioning, which is nothing to complain about. You can start playing in the Zoom Kobe VI, on Sunday, December 26th, when they release to all Nike Baketball retailers, such as Foot Locker. Who knows? Maybe the Zoom Kobe VI will bring Kobe ring number VI…..
August 6, 2010
I’m back again with another video review! This time, I’m reviewing a shoe that I picked up yesterday: the simple, yet oh-so-clean Black/Mint Zoom Stefan Janoski! I will also use this opportunity to say that Dylan and I are officially back! Over the next few days, we will try and catch you guys up on the summer’s sneaker news. So, be on the lookout for some extensive information here on Sole Camp!
February 18, 2010
Every year, to commemorate Black History Month (February), Nike makes an Air Force 1 model. For 2010, the model is here. The shoe has a black leather upper, with a black patent leather swoosh. Accents of green (contrast stitching, midsole, tongue label) and red (outsole, tag) give this shoe quite the classy look. Furthermore, a quote of inspiration, which reads, ”The definition of a renaissance individual: one who possesses a multitude of skills, talent and a broad base of knowledge,” is imprinted all across the upper.
Normally, whenever Nike makes a Black History Month Air Force 1, it is a Friends and Family Release, meaning very few get the shoe. This year, though, Nike is releasing the Black History Month Air Force 1 to select retailers. In fact, the “Black History Month 2010″ Air Force 1 hits those select retailers today, February 18th, 2010. So if you like this sneaker, check your local sneaker store, as this Air Force 1 is bound to sell out quickly!
(Picture via SneakerNews)