Lebron accepted the MVP trophy and then then the Heat accepted the L from The Bulls. But LBJ was rockin’ the X MVP’s heavy on court. The MVP’s are wild colorful….a mash-up of sorts. Stay tuned for release info.
The Hyperposite has been a wildly popular shoe among Nike’s Forwards like Rudy Gay, LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford, and more, but even some smaller guards have gotten in the Hyperposite camp (Rondo wearing those Grey/Atomic Green joints). Keep your eye out for the Nike Hyperposite ‘BHM’ during today’s games.
It appears that Nike is aiming to reacquaint us with some unheralded Barkley models as we approach the release of the Foamposite-based Barkley hybrid shoe. One such model is the Air Max 2 Strong, which features the unique heel-strap and the neoprene bootie fit and classic ‘FORCE’ emblem at the tongue. This simpler Black/White colorway definitely serves as a simpler option compared to that ‘Godzilla’ print in the Suns colorway, so if you’re in the lookout for these, check Nike Sportswear Basketball retailers soon because Sneaker Politics has these ready to go at their Lafayette and Baton Rouge locations.
After the recent homecoming here in NYC, Sneaker Con is on the move again, heading down the East Coast a ways for a stop in Charlotte, North Carolina. What can you expect at this latest episode of the world’s best sneaker show? You can expect like-minded folks converging for the love of sneakers. You can expect dealers to show up with tables full of heat for sale. And you can expect the attendees in the spot to bring out the best of their collection for a little show and tell. Click through for the full flyer for the December 8th Sneaker Con in Charlotte, NC and cop your tickets here now.
DATE: Saturday, December 8th, 2012
Grady Cole Center | MAP
310 North Kings Drive
Charlotte, NC 28204