The entire collection is
The entire collection is currently available at Sneakerhead Specifically designed to meet the needs of Bo Jackson's versatile athletic regime, the Nike Air Trainer Max '91 is back in all of its glory The patchwork design, although it may not always be liked, definitely catches people's attention The Air Jordan 12 (XII) Retro has been seen in multiple classic colorways this year including the "Nubuck", the "Rising Sun" and the "Flu Game"
There are countless design elements and innovations first introduced on Air Jordan sneakers that are now considered revolutionary for the athletic footwear industry Congratulations to our Twitter follower @L_Rell, the winner of the Sneakerhead This basketball shoe was worn by soon-to-be-Hall of famed Scottie Pippen and joins the Air Pippen 1 in Nike Basketball's retro catalog for this Summer It is also finished with a white midsole that possesses a teal visible air sole unit and a black outsole
Nike presents is first collaborative effort with Italian streetwear/sneaker retailer SlamJam Though lacking the fanfare of the Air Jordan VI (6) and Air Jordan IX (9) retros, the Air Jordan II (2) retro basketball shoe is certainly having a good year of releases The Reebok Pump made its debut in the late 80's, and was a collaborative effort between Reebok and the industrial design firm, Design Continuum The Tuskegee from Ateliers Arthur debut collection has gained a lot of interest among sneaker enthusiasts
Air Jordan's have always reflected Michael Jordan desire for a clean toe and natural movement, and the Air Jordan 2010 basketball shoe takes it a step further with basketball's first-ever unobstructed independent forefoot cover You can look for this pack soon at Sneakerhead Available in White, Celtic Green, Navy and Sport Red, they feature a breathable canvas upper, simple stitching details, rubber toecap, white laces, signature navy and red "powerstripes" on the midsole, and a PRO-Keds badge on the heel You can purchase these models for yourself (or a gift) now at Sneakerhead