Yesterday we did a feature on a pair of Nike Kobe 9 Elite PEs that was worn during a game last weekend. At the time, it was unknown who debuted the sneaker, but now we know who that NBA player is… It was PJ Tucker of the Phoenix Suns! Weird right, being that the colorway of the sneaker is the Lakers team colors. This pair of Nike Kobe 9 Elite PE is a combination of Orange and Yellow with a Purple knit upper. Finishing off the sneaker is hints of Volt accents.
There is no official word if and when this particular colorway will release, but keep checking back with Sneakerfiles for that information.
When it comes to the Air Jordan VI, 2014 is shaping up to be a huge year for the iconic silhouette. With quite a few original colorways set to return throughout the year, the coveted “Carmine” colorway is amongst the upcoming retro offerings. Set to touch down May 24, this insanely popular motif was last seen on the sneaker scene as a part of the Countdown Pack back in 2008. You’ve already seen quit a few peeks already, but one more detailed look won’t hurt. Check out the fresh new shots after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 6 “Carmine”
Although these are fairly simple, sometimes simple is best and these are very clean. Here is a very rearNike Air Foamposite Pro called the “Final Adaptation”. Covered in a Matte Black upper and a glossy Swoosh, the Foamposite sits atop a Gum sole. The sneaker also comes with a Pou Chen hang tag.
Let us know what you think of these samples. Would you cop a pair if these were to release?
Regarded as one of the NBA’s greatest players of all time, Michael Jordan’s presence is still being felt both on and off the hardwood. While his free throw line dunks and game winning shots are still classic moments that will never be forgotten, Jordan remains relevant thanks to his highly sought after sneakers. Whether it’s a brand new colorway or a retro of an original, the Air Jordan line continues to expand its range as it grows with the new generation of sneakerheads. With this growth and continued adaptation, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that MJ raked in a huge amount of profit as Forbes reports that Jordan made $90 Million dollars last year. With all the sneakers on tap to release this year, don’t be shocked if Jordan does it all over again this year.