When the Air Foamposite One first released in 1997, it forever changed footwear. The rugged design was as durable as it gets, quickly being adopted by more than just hoopers. Now as iconic as it has ever been, the Air Foamposite One is back in a traditionally color-blocked optic yellow and black color scheme. The latest Foamposite from Nike will be available Friday, June 24th.
The Nike Roshe Cortez Men’s Shoe combines the cushioning of the Nike Roshe with the iconic lines of the original Nike Cortez running shoe for a new take on two favorites. A premium suede upper delivers durability while a flexible midsole promotes natural motion. The latest offerings in the silhouette feature the iconic ‘Forrest Gump’ colorway, made up of blue, varsity red, and white, as well as a clean black and white rendition. Both of these can now be picked up in-store or by phone order.
Nike is back with mens and womens sportswear perfect for the Summer months. Sticking to a relatively colorless palette, the sportswear giant delivers everything from tees to rompers. Come by our Moreland Ave. location and check out the latest arrivals from Nike.
Throughout his career, the Black Mamba played with an unmatched drive for greatness. The Kobe XI Elite is built to these standards of greatness, equipped with a lightweight Nike Flyknit upper and a drop-in Lunarlon sockliner featuring Zoom Air cushioning in the heel. Innovative in appearance, the Kobe XI Elite features a university red color way. Kobe’s latest is now available by in-store and by phone order.
Known for bringing back sneakers from their archives, Nike is ready to re-release the Air Zoom Veer from 90’s, but with some updated technologies. Before Flyknit was a thing, engineered mesh was big on sneakers, and here we see it wrap the upper, while playing well with patent leather on the strap and side panel. Sticking to the clean aesthetic, Nike gives us a wolf grey and black colorway of the sneakers for a neutral on-court look. Look for these to drop this Saturday, May 28th.
Not quite the Forrest Gumps, Nike brings back the original Nike Cortez, the one that first appeared in stores in 1972. The colorway is the same as the iconic Gump’s and is what has helped the Cortez garner so much success, although Gumps were the 1977 version of the silhouette and features more padding around the heel and no pull tab. Regardless, this one features everything you could want from the Cortez, a classic colorway, premium materials, and a clean aesthetic. Look our for the release coming this Friday, May 27th.
Nike is back with their next Cortez release, this time taking the Cortez Ultra and giving it a clean black and gold look. This is the same Cortez that was worn at the Superbowl halftime show earlier this year from Bruno Mars and his dancers. Gold accents are seen on the tongue, heel, and a Nike Swoosh, and the sneaker utilizes a softer all-foam sole. Look for this one to drop Thursday, May 26th.
All of the Lights! In keeping with the fiery new colors of the women’s summer collection by Nike we have installed a LED colored light display in our floor display and column wall. The hot new colors of the NIKE Breathe collection lend them self to the rainbow changing display boxes. Come in the store and check it out!
Originally released in 2000, the Nike Air Presto became famous for its irreverent advertising, alpha sizing and ahead-of-its-time sock-like construction. In the decade and a half since, the shoe has transcended performance running to become a sport style fixture. Now, 16 years after its introduction, Nike is updating the icon with new materials and technology. The result is the Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit. The shoe’s signature one-to-one fit becomes even more profound through the use of Flyknit in the upper, which delivers stretch in the collar, ventilation in the toe and tongue, and support in the heel and underneath the toecap. In another first for the Presto franchise, the Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit features a mid-cut collar, which lends a modern aesthetic. The TPU cage is reengineered to fit the Flyknit upper, while the ultra tooling with rubber in high contact wear areas delivers improved comfort and durability. Look for both mens and women’s colorways to release this Thursday, May 5th.
An OG classic is back in its truest form, dressed in nothing but black and white, making for a clean Spring/Summer sneaker. Sticking to clean aesthetic, this one comes with a white leather upper, while the Nike Swoosh is filled with black. The latest colorway of the always classic Nike Cortez can now be picked up in-store or by phone order at our Moreland Ave. location.