Although retired, Charles Barkley continues to influence several silhouette’s and the latest model to be added in the Barkley library, is the Nike Barkley Posite Max – a model inspired by various joints in the Barkley line. These drop tomorrow at Nike Basketball retailers but for those wanting them early, You Can Buy them Now
Ewing Athletics has been making a strong comeback this year, and the retro-loving sneaker world seems to be eating out of the palm of their hands. Back this time with the “Focus”, Ewing has reissued a classic dating back to his choice sneaks from his 1993 season. Seen here in a Red/Black colorway, the Ewing Focus is a bold sneaker that will surely catch the eye of sneakerheads and basketball fans alike. Set to release later this summer, we can all do nothing but sit back and watch to see if these bad boys fly off shelves like their 33 Hi brothers did. Click back over to Modern Notoriety for official release info and more pics when they become available. More photos after the jump.
It appears Nike has been digging into the vault lately, and their latest find is the Lunar Pegasus 89. After rediscovering this classic, Nike gave it a face lift via an all new blue, crimson, beige and yellow colorway, an eclectic look that the designers over at Nike HQ managed to impressively pull off. Taking design hints from numerous Nike classics, the Pegasus is a standout design, and one I for one would love to see more of. The unique construction of these sneakers lends itself well to color-blocking, opening a lot of doors for special editions and just outright intriguing colorways. No news on when this Lunar sneak will hit the market, but click back soon to Modern Notoriety for release info. More photos after the jump.
Another rare glimpse of what will probably never hit stores, this Nike KD V features a never before seen Orange/Navy colorway. An interesting combo, this colorway sees more than just some new color-blocking, but instead features a never before seen explosive camo upper. Set atop a navy outsole with a navy swoosh and lining, these rare kicks are something I wish would actually hit retail stores. With the approaching release of the KD VI, it’s assumed that very few new V’s will be released. These would be a dope addition, but don’t hold your breath. A more detailed look after the jump.
This “Made In Japan” edition of the classic One Star brings new life to a sneaker that is about to celebrate its fourth decade of availability. From humble roots, this model has gained traction among Converse lovers and sneaker lovers alike, representing the brand well for those who aren’t as fond of the infamous Chuck Taylor. This edition sees an all leather upper in a bold red colorway. With contrasting white accents throughout, this is a striking rendition of a timeless classic. These sick One Stars are available now, let us know via our Facebook/Twitter if you’ll be copping these. More photos after the jump.
When you look at these “No Sew” AM 95′s you can’t deny the fact that these are slightly reminiscent of the Stash 95′s that dropped back in ’06. The “No Sew” technology gives this classic Air Max a sleek profile that looks extremely clean for any time of the year. Various touches of grey and black are layered throughout the shoe and the vibrant hit of blue makes this shoe look amazing. Head over to the good people at Oneness to grab your pair today. More photos after the jump. (more…)