This weekend the Air Jordan XIV drops in a newly seen colorway. The recently introduced Air Jordan XIV feature a Georgetown-esque color scheme, so plan on seeing some Jordan brand sponsored Hoyas in these this upcoming season. These XIVs feature a smooth “graphite” grey suede material throughout the upper sections, and will fittingly be labeled the “Graphite XIVs.” Black captures the tongue and liner, as well as the midsole and midsole claws with a glossy appearance. The Midnight or Obsidian Navy accents beautifully on the midsole, heel, and lace loops; while white contrasts on the sole and laces. These boys drop this Saturday, the 8th, and will retail for $160. Sneakerheads unite and go cop the Gerogetown XIVs, as I call em.
The next XIVs to drop will be Bryon Russell’s LEAST favorite Jordan sneaker, the “Last Shots.” Information will be posted this Holiday nearing the release date.
Releasing on September 30th is the Nike Air Total Foamposite Max, better known as the Tim Duncans. These drop in the Metallic Silver/Black/Photo Blue colorway. The upper consists of a wavy Metallic Silver foam, while Black takes care of the sole, tongue, liner and laces. The heel detailing and the full-length Max Air bubble are graced by the Photo Blue color. Staying true to the OG release, an iridescent Swoosh badge is featured on the ankle. The price tag on these boys are a crazy $225.
The much awaited arrival of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro in the Pine Green colorway has finally come. Many places, like Nike and Eastbay, has made them available at midnight. The retail is a crazy $200, but it may just be worth it. The Foams are primarily in the Pine Green colorway with a lighter green on the tongue stripes, mini and back swoosh. The most attractive feature, in my opinion, is the recently popular icy soles. If you’re not in line for em already, then get ready to hit the refresh button to check for your size because they’re going quick. Happy hunting!