The Release Date for the Air Jordan 3 Stealth / Light Graphite will be on September 3rd and it is the final Air Jordan 3 to end Summer 2011. This Air Jordan 3 is reminiscence of the Air Jordan 3 “Cool Grey” that released back in 2006 as it features a “cool grey” like upper labeled “Stealth”, Light Graphite and a Black / Red tongue. Opium is taking pre-orders for those overseas that will be seeing the release date later on. Check out the new photos after the Jump!
Converse has been releasing some interesting concepts that gives us a Jeremy Scott-esque impression, by adding wild materials onto older and newer models like the Hunting Club collection. Here we have a look at another shoe, the Converse Weapon Street Fieldsensor Hi, that features leopard print on the upper ankle panels, with suede making up most of the upper. This is definitely a different direction Converse is taking but it may be a good one. You can cop these now over at Converse Japan as well as creating your own colorway.
A plethora Nike Skyforce 88 Mid colorways released in Spring, Summer and will continue in the Fall with the Nike Skyforce 88 Mid LTR. These two colorways will be featuring a mix of suede, nubuck and canvas on the uppers, as well as chrome eye lets. No word on a US release and photos of the actual product should be surfacing some time soon.
The Air Jordan 2011 Q-Flight “Year of the Rabbit” was revealed last week on the Jumpman23 site, giving us another “YOTR” themed shoe to look forward to in 2011. The Q-Flight is a “Lighter” version of the recently released Air Jordan 2011, that features hyperfuse technology with the addition of enhanced “Stability”.
Looks like Nike didn’t hesitate on giving Lebron James a Nike Lebron 8 V2 “Graffiti”. This concept was last seen on the Lebron IV if those can recall and today, we see the NYC Graffiti Lebron 8 V2 in the flesh. A few months ago, customizers were eager on making the “Graffiti’ Lebron 8 V2 custom but unfortunately, Nike beat them to the chase. However, like all of the other amazing colorways of the Nike Lebron 8 V2, These also won’t be releasing …
Think of Sneakerness as the European version of “Sneakercon” or “Dunkxchange”. Same buy, sell and trade concept, just a lot more expensive considering the fact that the Euro has over taken the US dollar. However, there’s a saying that goes, “Price is what you pay, Value is what You get” and believe us, when it comes to European sneaker events, you’ll end up spending more than what you came in with …
The sneaker community has found it’s own way of representing itself through cakes, paintings, food and even skins for the phone. Today, we take things a little further by showing you a life size Air Jordan VI sculpture made out of fiber glass. The sculpture was created in great detail and displays just about every physical aspect of the Air Jordan VI including the lace lock, back pull tab, perforated panels, tongue and a slick sole. The sculpture was made by “Mr. Loverman” so for the “Ballers” that might want to set this up on their lawn, head over and offer up! More..