The Jordan XI is one of the most iconic and beloved Air Jordan models of all time. It followed Michael Jordan’s insight of bringing a formal look to the court, using patent leather for the first time on an athletic shoe. Continue reading
We recently had the triple black now we have an all white Nike Air Huarache to drool over. This well admired neoprene and leather silhouette officially known as Pure Platinum comes with, a perforated toe box with microperf accents along the upper. Clearly you will want take good care of these, avoiding mud, puddles, pubs/bars and possibly close contact with other people. These may only see the light of day on the sunniest of days. There seems to already be quite a stir surrounding this sneaker as with the previously released triple black Nike Air Huarache. To get your hands on these as always we here at SneakerBlock are here to help. Continue reading
We have seen a slew of state side Saucony collaborations recently and earlier this month saw the first of this years UK offerings with 2 colourways from the retailer Offspring. Now its time for some northern exposure with UK’s very own End Clothing. This offering from Saucony and End takes the Saucony Shadow 5000 and gives it a gourmet burger twist.
We’ve seen the marriage before between Adidas Consortium & Neighborhood in the past, and also Adidas, Undefeated & Bape last year.This time, the two of the most well known and sought after streetwear brands, come together and bring that Japanese connection to produce a collection of luxurious, blacked out silhouettes as part of the latest Adidas Consortium collection.
The release of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Yeezy” is just few days away. Nike seem to have a knack creating a buzz around a shoe with a particular colour way, and its no different with this shoe. Nike have used the famous “Yeezy” colourway for their latest Foamposite Pro silhouette. It seems like ages since we were first teased with images of this and now it looks like the long wait will soon be over.
Another week…another sweet Saucony collab!
This time Saucony have teamed up with PREMIER of Grand Rapids, Michigan, for a double pack and have collaborated on the Shadow 6000 pack inspired by the rocky red planet, Mars. After a successful drop in the US last month, they have now been given an international release which hits selected stores this weekend. Continue reading
The return of a classic! After seeing the cousin of the Jordan 2 in 2013, the Nike air Python, the Air Jordan 2 is back! The Air Jordan 2, was designed by Bruce Kilgore and crafted by master shoemakers in Italy. The embossed leather and premium materials made the Jordan 2 a luxurious silhouette for MJ to take flight. Continue reading
Nike as been associated with Football (Soccer) for many years. It wasn’t until 1998 that we saw the first Nike Mercurial Football boot (Soccer Cleat). It was a shoe that Nike created and inspired by an athlete who bought a completely new style and brand of football. They were worn by none other than the great Ronaldo during World Cup 1998 in France, and no it wasn’t Cristiano. The tagline for this shoe was “Ultralight, so your legs can be as fast as your imagination”. Now this iconic shoe range moves from the football pitch to the streets.
Liberty London, the famous department store based in London’s West End well known for their floral and graphic prints is once again collaborating with Nike to produce a range of womens footwear and apparel exclusively for the store for 2014.
The footwear collection consists of eight trainers in six Nike silhouettes which are the Roshe Run, Blazers, Dunk Sky Hi Wedge, Internationalist, Air Max 1 and Air Max 90. Continue reading
Saucony just can’t seem stop with the amazing collaborations. This time they have teamed with the UK footwear store Offspring to bring a fresh take on the iconic Shadow 6000. This collaboration pays homage to both Saucony and Offspring, with the packs name “Running since…96”. This slogan is taken from Saucony’s ‘We Run’ slogan and the 1996 representing the first year Offspring opened its doors for business on Neal Street in Covent Garden, not too far from “where they now share a space with Saucony ‘Story of Running’ pop-up store“. Some of us hope that the pop-up store stays open for longer as we can’t all make it down to London. Continue reading