2012 has definitely been up there as one of the best years for Air Jordan Retro’s. It’s safe to say that no other AJ retro has had more impact this year than the Cement IV’s. Next up following that Cement IV retro, is the reissue of another fan favourite, the Military Blue IV’s.
Just incase we haven’t seen enough camo from BAPE so far, here’s some more thrown on to the Bape Sta’s.
On Saturday, 30th June 2012 Nike’s very own World Basketball Festival will be held in London. Taking place in Brixton, now a basketball mecca for the UK, this basketball showcase is a one day celebration of everything that makes the game of basketball so great.
The impressive Vac Tech camo make up of the iconic Air Force 1 get’s a UK release today, and it’s certainly one of the more striking Air Force renditions we’ve seen in recent months.
Nike’s Air Force 1 model still has strong appeal and holds its ground well in the vast modern landscape of sneaker and footwear culture in 2012. This release sees somewhat of an update of the classic basketball footwear design.
This latest instalment from long term collaborators Puma and LA’s UNDFTD sees the Puma Clyde get a spring/summer make over, with the results on point as always.
This release has caused a ruckus (literally) across the pond. Although released a few weeks back in the US, some Nike stockists in the UK are getting an incredibly small number of this shoe to sell.
It’s been a while since the reissue of the Nike Flight One in this colour-up. For 2012, Nike reissue the Flight One “Orlando”, based on the Magic’s team colours.
This year sees the 30th anniversary of Nike’s legendary basketball footwear design, the Air Force 1. Celebrating this milestone, Nike provide us with this double pack which consists of the classic AF1 Hi and Low models.
The Nike Air Flight range was a staple part of the brand’s basketball division back in the late ’80s and early ’90s. This release sees the reissue of the Air Flight 89 in the black/white make-up.
This triple pack by Nike sees three of their own NBA athlete’s signature shoes get a galaxy inspired make over for the NBA All-Star Weekend 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
The Nike Blazer Vintage looks like it’s not going anywhere any time soon and this release proves it’s for good reason, with a solid new make-up of this hoops classic.
Carrying on similar design aspects to the 2011 model, the Air Jordan 2012 takes personal footwear customisation to the next level.
Norse Projects have already become known for their strong collaborations, and this new partnership with PRO-Keds on the classic Royal Master adds to that.
The season sees the seventh edition in the Kobe footwear line come into play and the shoe design offers very subtle but effective developments from the V and VI.