Monthly Archives: June 2013
Jordan 8 Playoff will release this Saturday June 29. This already released in 2007. The significance of this shoe is that it celebrates Jordan’s 1993 third Championship, after a finals win against Charles Barkley and the Phoenix Suns. This sneaker also marked Jordan’s first 3-peat championship. It will release with a retail of $160, a
Foamposite returns with a new, never before released colorway; Foamposite Game Royal Wolf Grey. However it’s a slight similar colorway as the Foamposite Royal, only with seemingly a glossier look, and light grey nubuck along with light grey laces. Just like many of the Foamposites released, it will contain “icey soles”, with a blue tint.
Nike LeBron X (10) EXT Denim releases on June 22. Official colorway consists of Midnight Navy-Hazelnut-Fireberry and obviously denim. It will retail for $180 without tax. Early release and pre-sales are already skyrocketing to $600 and above. This is due to the denim, limitedness and of course, a signature sneaker by the man himself; Lebron
Nike Zoom Revis LE Denim released on June 15, retailing $130. Only 224 pairs were produced, making it an extremely limited sneaker. Thanks to its limitedness, despite not a shoe based on a certain athlete, resell prices are seen at an average of $350, with $280-300 at the lowest and $500 at the max. The
Nike KD 5 “What The KD” released on June 14, 2013. A very limited sneaker labeled as “Premium”, retailed for $135 (excluding tax). Because of it’s minimal quantity, resell prices soar $1000 and beyond; especially online. KD 5 “What The KD” makes a good addition to any true sneakerhead’s collection.
Jordan 5 “Black Grape” are set to release June 15, retailing for $160 (Excluding tax). This particular colorway has never ever been released before by Jordan Brand. Quantities are said to be limited. Expect them to be in stores online on nike.com, footlocker.com, footaction.com, champssports.com, eastbay.com and finishline.com as well as your local stores. Due