It should come as no surprise that the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Bright Blue is making noise in the sneaker world. Over the past few years, the evolution of the Yeezy 700 silhouette has meant that fewer releases of the OG model have gone ahead. After the recent success of the ‘Cream’ 700 V2 however, it looks as though Kanye and adidas are going back to basics. Having been debuted by Yeezus last summer, it looks as though the ‘Bright Blue’ 700 will drop this weekend.
As you can see, this adidas Yeezy 700 has definitely earned its bright blue moniker. Constructed in the same leather, mesh and suede, the shoe dons a vibrant blue hue across most of the upper. Subtle contrasting features include a teal toe box as well as soft yellow laces and 3M reflective details. Of course, the equally as bright orange Boost midsole also helps too. The nice divider between the upper and sole also comes with black and grey accents, creating one of the boldest Yeezy 700 colourways we’ve seen in a long time.
If you like the look of the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 ‘Bright Blue’ then sit tight. At the moment, however, we’ve not seen much in terms of stockists. All we can do is hope that these end up dropping. Please follow us on FavSole.com.
In other news, the adidas Yeezy 500 Enflame was revealed in full detail.
A sizable chunk of Kevin Durant’s season has been stripped from him due to his aggravating hamstring injury, but while he rests on the sidelines, he’s taking this opportunity to generate some noise off the floor by unveiling his newest signature shoe: the Nike KD 14. The new silhouette is vastly different from the KD 13, and features a duo of lockdown elements that are blended up with playfully styled uppers.
For his newest offering, the Brooklyn Nets’ superstar elects to cop his new model down to a mid-profile and employs a two-layered upper that features a synthetic underlay and abstract overlapping patterns. This Air Jordan 11 Low Legend Blue fills in the former with a punchy orange hue, while the latter contrasts in stark black. Perhaps the most intriguing component of the shoe is the mid-foot as it brings back the lockdown strap akin to the KD 4 and KD 7, as well as ushers in a medial side cage that is reminiscent of the Nike Air Presto. Below the Presto-inspired piece, tonal tally marks add up to 14 to nod to his newest model. More details to point out include that of KD’s logo that rests on the tongues, in addition to the synthetic heel counters that are embedded with wave-like textures.
Similar to that of Paul George’s Nike models, this hardwood-ready proposal brings in a full-length Zoom Air strobile cushioning system. From FavSole.com
With Kevin Durant focused on winning his 3rd Championship with the Brooklyn Nets, his 14th signature shoe was leaked. Whilst the transition from the KD 12 to the KD 13 was fairly minimal, the transition to the KD 14 is an overhaul of the existing silhouette.
Rather than the high-cut silhouette of the KD 12 and KD 13, the KD 14 opts for a mid-cut look. There seems to be a change in materials as the KD 14 uses thicker mesh compared to the minimal material build on the KD 13. The most obvious change is the addition of a mid-foot strap for additional lockdown. The strap on the KD line was first introduced in the KD 2. Since then, the strap would be in and out of the KD line until it was last used on the KD 7. The KD 14 will be KD’s fourth signature shoe to implement a mid-foot strap.
Midsole Cushion Set-up
The large TPU piece on the side of the midsole shows that Air Zoom technology will be implemented. Sources have stated that the KD 14 will feature full-length Air Zoom Strobel with Cushlon foam. Currently it is not clear on whether an additional Air Zoom unit will be added to either the forefoot or heel.
Whilst it is difficult to see at an angle, the KD 14 looks to use a wave like pattern with long lines vertically spreading across the foot bed.
The KD 14 looks to be a entirely different shoe compared to the last two models. This is typical of the KD line since Kevin Durant is such a versatile player, his silhouettes have dramatically changed over the course of one shoe to another. With all of KD’s shoes known for excellent cushioning, we will have to see if the KD 14 will also perform as well as the others.
The Nike KD 14 is set for release on April 17 and will retail for $150.
Nike will be adding a perfectly timed rendition of the Air Force 1 Low to the growing Spring collection with a pastel stitched rendition for the kids.
Sitting atop a premium leather white base, we have subtle pastel-hued stitching in pink, yellow and purple for a unique design. Purple takes precedence for the inside of the shoe and sole unit, while a pop of pink is added for branding on the tongue and heel tab. The laces keep things clean in white, while beneath, you’ll spot a pink miniature Swoosh that Nike are loving adding to their AF1s as of late.
Bekiw the feet, we have that chunky Air sole unit we would expect on an AF1, with a lilac rubber outsole to offer top tier traction.
If you’re looking for a shoe understated enough to go with anything, but colourful enough to turn heads, then Nike Air Force 1 GS Stitch Purple Pink is the shoe for you!
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Jordan Brand just unveiled its Spring 2021 retro sneaker releases, providing us with a taste of what’s to come in the new year.
Arriving in “University Blue”, the iconic sneaker gets dressed in a colorway that’s begging to be called a classic. Equipped with durable leather all throughout, white paints the side paneling and toe, while University Blue pops on the overlays around the midfoot, heel, and toe. Black then plays a role on the Nike Swoosh and Wings Logo as well as the inner liner. A white midsole and University Blue outsole then brings the design to a nice finish.
Check out the mock-up of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 “University Blue” below. A March 6th release date is expected, but stay tuned to BuyFreshKicks.com for any changes and updates.
Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue
Style Code: 555088-134
GS Style Code: 575441-134
Color: White/University Blue/Black
Release Date: March 6th, 2021
For any serious sneakerhead, the image of Michael Jordan in the Air Jordan 6 Carmine will be burned into their brain. As the first sneaker that earned His Airness an NBA Championship, the Jordan 6 is an important part of MJ’s career. Although there have been numerous retros of the AJ6, they’ve all opted to use the updated Jumpman on the heel. However, that all looks to be changing in 2021. We now have confirmation that the “Carmine” Jordan 6 will drop with Nike Air on the back.
This sneaker really needs no introduction but we’ll give you a quick history lesson. Constructed in white leather and contrasted with bright red nubuck on the panels, the “Carmine” is a perfect representation of Michael Jordan’s career. Padded ankle supports allow for quick turns, whilst the heel tab and tongue offer an easy solution to putting these on. An iced sole is an updated touch, but this 2021 retro has remained close to the OG. Complete with “Nike Air” on the heel, this is going to be one for the OG Jordan fans.
The news of the Air Jordan 6 “Carmine” making a return is big in the sneaker community. For now, a rumoured release date of February 13th has been set, making these a perfect Valentines Day sneaker.
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In other Retro news, here’s the latest on the Trophy Room x Air Jordan 1.
There is no doubt Pieter Parra is one of the most well known and prolific Dutch artists or designer in the world. Indeed, he has multiple contributions to shoes. Once again he has teamed up with Nike to release Parra Nike Air Max 1 White Multi, which is another invention of their beloved Air Max 1.
Its fantastic structure will attract your eyes at first sight! The unique colourways will compel a shoe freak to buy one pair for them. To inform you all, it will be available in limited number.
The multiple colours give this sneaker a stylish and attractive look. Several artful details are used in this sneaker. For instance, bold diagonal striping on the toe and heel, blue swoosh on the side wall, polka dots, custom insoles, Parra’s signature colours on the outsole and Parra logo stitched at the forefoot. That carries the whole description of this sneaker. Beside each colour combinations, the brown colour Air Max unit in the white midsole and the multicoloured outsole makes this sneaker different.
As always, the energy surrounding this esteemed collaboration is expected to be through the roof, so be sure to check our Where To Buy Parra x Nike Air Max 1 page for all the help you can get come tomorrow’s release date.
Though his OFF-WHITE label, Virgil Abloh dropped eight Nike sneakers and the Air Jordan in 2017 as ‘The Ten’ collection. Now for May 2018, ‘The Ten’ collection will be made complete with an edition of the Off-White x Converse Chuck Taylor Hi.
The last of ‘The Ten’, Virgil Abloh’s hyped-up series is finally complete with the release of the Converse Chuck Taylor. A game-changer for the all-American icon, the open-source nature of the upper is taken from the ‘GHOSTING’ half of the collection – an idea to reveal and unite the models’ 94-years of combined history via semi-revealing translucent materials.
Transparent to let all the seams and construction shine through, in true Abloh style, ‘VULCANIZED’ lettering on the midsole and ‘SHOELACES’ insignia to the lacing demonstrate the cult designer codes. Finishing off the athletic high top, an orange zip-tie adds a pop of colour to complement the icy outsole.
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In the middle of May, we got our first look at the Nike KD 11, Kevin Durant’s latest signature sneaker. Now, we’ve got a much better look – and a possible release date.
While Durant hasn’t been wearing the KD 11 during the Finals, it seems foolish for Nike not to debut the shoe with millions of eyes on the Warriors. The shoe features a Flyknit build, like the KD 10, but appears to draw inspiration from a Kobe model for a better fit.
However, the KD 11 For Sale will bring significant upgrades in cushioning; both Nike React foam and full-length Zoom Air will be used in Durant’s latest shoe. According to design sketches shared by Heidi Burgett, Nike’s Senior Director of Global Communications, the rubber cupsole should stabilize the React midsole. The full-length Zoom Air unit is top-loaded above the React, which should make for a well-cushioned ride.
Interestingly, the small window in the clear outsoles explains the tech in the midsole. Beneath the outsoles, which use a wave-like traction pattern comprised of long blades, are all kinds of multicolor graphics.
If you are still searching for a pair of unique sneakers to add to your collection, then look no further than the Nike KD 11 On FitMySole.
The drop of a new sneaker is always a bit exciting. The drop of a new Nike sneaker that actually takes design and innovation to another level in a brand new colourway? Now you’re talking!
Case in point: the Nike Air Force 1 .
Unlike the long line of Air Max trainers that came before it, the 270 is Nike’s first ever lifestyle Air shoe – making it one of the most coveted new kicks on the block.
Imagine if the Nike Air Max 93 and the Air Max 180 got together and made a beautiful sneaker baby – yep, that would be the Air Max 270! Old school yet futuristic, the brand new silhouette takes inspiration from its 90s parents, featuring a pointed toe box and a running-style heel.
The ‘270’ in its name signifies the 270 degrees of air seen within its Air Max Unit, which happens to be the tallest one yet at a whopping 32 milimetres! Designed for all-day comfort, the mixed mesh upper and dual density foam ensure ease on the go. The shoe also features three-layer Hyperfuse detailing on the midguard and toe for superior stability. Talk about high tech!
If we had to get only one colourway of this shoe, ‘Flight Gold’ would be it. The latest (and possibly greatest) of the 270s colourways, the palette is built around a blend of Light Bone along the vamp, a Hot Punch Air Max Unit with and Flight Gold Hyperfuse overlays, all puncuated with accents in black and white.