After droppin’ the glow in the dark junts last Saturday, Jordan goes back to back w/ the 4 retros and drops the “Fear” this Saturday, August 24th. Guess we’ll be seeing alot of these at Soundstage Saturday night. Some dudes just can’t wait to rock their new releases.
Usually the Jordans carrying the “Playoffs” nickname were ones that led to an eventual championship for Mike for the post-season in which they were originally rocked. The Air Jordan VIII shown here of course fits that bill, being the shoe that His Airness had on feet during the third installment of his initial triple. The shoes currently have a June 15th release date attached, one which will be preceded by a similarly colored Air Jordan 1 ’93.
Ronnie Fieg collabs w/ Asic again to bring another fresh & classic version of the Gel Lyte III to the knowing public. The very few & fresh know about RF and his historic Gel’s and these 2 releases are sure to re-sucure his place in designer x sneaker collab history. They drop in Miami next week but hit Ronnie Fieg’s website at 11am on May 10th. Good luck getting your hands on these!
Hov was forced to sell his shares in the Brooklyn Nets so he could launch his Roc Nation Sports management agency to avoid a conflict of interest. But its obvious he’s still rockin’ w/ the team he helped put on the map…..check him and Roc Nation soldier Ty Ty courtside at the Barclay’s Arena Saturday night for the Bulls game.
LeBron James’ love for the Fruity Pebbles cereal has transformed itself into a pair of LeBron IVs before, resulting in one of the most hunted LeBron sneakers in history. The Miami Heat star just gave another product his co-sign, but instead of a fruity breakfast cereal, he’s directing his props with the quote “Yellow means caution” to Carmex, a brand known for their effective lip balms. This Nike LeBron X ‘Carmex’ features a tonal yellow upper with red and black trimmings around the shoe that matches the product’s casing, although it’s not known if these are a true collaboration, an upcoming release, or just another variation of a Miami Heat colorway that just so happens to fit the Carmex bill. Peep the full shot below and we’ll throw you some updates when they develop.
After performing at the Super Bowl and starring on NBC’s “Smash,” Jennifer Hudson is getting back to the music. The Grammy-winning diva was back in the lab on Monday, laying the groundwork for her third album. She tweeted photos of herself in the studio with producer Salaam Remi.
“Ok ! Here we go guys! First day of recording my album!! @Salaamremi is everything !!” tweeted J-Hud, later adding, “I had the best day in the studio with @salaamremi! He let me be me!”
Hudson’s last album, I Remember Me, was released in 2011 and spawned the singles “Where You At” and “No One Gonna Love You.”
Before Barkley was making us laugh w/ his marble mouth filled commentarty, he was a very athletic big guy on the court in Pheonix. And before that, he was a Philly 76er wearing some kicks something like these….only w/ out the posite matierial and not quite as fresh. But these will be releasing later this year, or if you can wait, a few are available on ebay from PRC.Kicks.
The New Balance 574 “Windbreaker Pack” is looking more and more like the early 2013 answer to last fall/winter’s ‘Backpack’ set with each passing day. Here’s another ladies colorway decked out in vibrant ripstop nylon approximating jogging gear, an electric blue look that adds neon and black accents to complete its high-contrast balancing act. You can grab this bright blueNB 574 from retailers like Feature.