All-Star Weekend came to a close, and of Sneaker cheap nike shoes News gave you all the timely recaps of all the games and the Air Jordan XX8 special colorways that were spotted over the weekend. A first look at the Air Jordan IV in ‘Red Suede’ (although not really suede) fell upon us, while a price-drop of the LeBron X ‘Cork’ definitely pleased a number of Nike Free Run 3 customers. Nike Basketball continues to impress as we get a look at a rather vibrant colorway of the Kobe 8 and more details on the ‘Hulk’ KD V.
Reebok and Shaq dominated Project Nike Free Run 2 LV with an official announcement, while adidas Originals and its roster of celebrity endorsers kept us entertained – with an interview with A$AP Rocky giving us some insight into the mind of the Harlem-based rapper. Some ‘Snakeskin’ colorways of two Reebok Iverson models surfaced, D-Wade’s Li-Ning Way of Wade was a surprise hit with the All-Star and ‘Chicago’ PE, and Vans prepares for the warmer months Nike Free Run Womens with some more Spring arrivals. Michael Jordan and the sports media world celebrated his 50th birthday, while we took some time to search for some rare finds on eBay. Check out Sneaker News Weekly Rewind in its entirety below and get caught up with the best sneaker news site out there!Sneaker News revisited five Nike Tennis classicsduring our special Classics Revisited week, and while we have plans to Nike Free Run go back to that iconic category, we can’t help but show you one of the craziest unreleased samples we’ve ever seen. This particular silhouette is the Nike Air Challenge LWP from the Agassi line, which featured the new LWP cushioning system (that would later be named ‘Zoom’). This sample clearly shows a different midsole with a Max Air unit on the heel, giving this classic a different spin (on the OG Black/Teal colorway).
The recent UNDFTD x Nike ‘Bringback Pack’ was the Nike Free 3.0 sort of sneaker release that nobody could see coming. For those who have been keeping on eye on UNFTD’s output well before the current bubble of sneaker hype, the UNDFTD x Nike Dunk High was very much a grail. The clean white and gum combination actually marked the first time Nike ever reached out to do a team up with a sneaker boutique, and the sneaker very much signified the start of a new era in sports footwear wherein outside entities would be endlessly called upon to juice up your favorite retro silhouette.