Air Jordan Air Jordan VI (6) + XVII (17) Countdown Pack

Release Date: May 24th, 2008
Name: Air Jordan Countdown Pack Collezione #4
Style #: 323939-991
Colors:
VI Retro: White/Black-Carmine;
XVII Retro: Black/Metallic Silver

Price: $310

Jordan headz are excited that the wait Is over. Lines were long and the packs sold out fast, as expected. I guess everyone will have to maintain until the next release on the close approaching 31st, of the AJF 5 Low and the Air Jordan XX3.

Until next time…Stay FRESH

Spizike’s Black & Gold

Check out the new edizion to the Spizike line of Jordans. Spizike “Black & Gold”. You can check the out at marqueesole.com or at high snobiety. You know these won’t last long, so you better get them while you can.

Raf Raf Simmons

Converse inspired tri-color blend Raf Raf Simons. Canvas sneaker with leather toe, features the Raf Raf symbol on the side instead of converse patch.

Nike Salutes the Troops

In honor of “Armed Forces Day” on Saturday, May 17th, Nike hooked up the USA’s armed forces with their own Air Force 1. Exclusive only to Navy Exchanges, the classic AF1 is done up in solid leather/perforated leather upper in red and white.

Source: shinobixtc @ NikeTalk

Nike Dunk Olympic Octagon

 

Of course you know, we stay informing you of the new gear before it hits the streets. With that being said, check out these new Nike Dunk Hi “Olympic Octagon”. Chiseled in all black with sporadically placed multicolor O’s as accents. These are a limited run, and by the looks of it, they won’t last too long either.

Nike Dunk Seamless Polka Dot pack

 

Nike Dunk Hi Seamless, meaning that there is no stitching on the upper and the entire upper features a multicolor polka dot design, that also makes up the Swoosh. At first maybe reminding you of the recent polka dot Bape, but technically much more interesting. I can’t wait to see these on the street. 

Nike Air Max 90 Flywire

Nike has introduced a Flywire version to a new hybrid Nike Air Max. Flywire is a new Nike technology which redefines footwear construction, shaving off weight and adding strength, allowing athletes to be lighter on their feet and faster on the track and on the court. While the Infrared version is scheduled from Fall 2008, this pair should be a bit after that time. Via sneakernews.com