Showing posts with label nike basketball. Show all posts
Showing posts with label nike basketball. Show all posts

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Sneaks on the AVE: Nike Basketball Holiday 2011 PE Pack

 As we approach the end of October, NBA Basketball, despite still being a big question mark, is still on our minds. The recent South Florida All-Star Classic reminded us why NBA basketball is the most exciting professional sport to watch, and even the super-realistic NBA 2K12 video game has given us more reason that the 2011-12 NBA Season is worth the wait. Need even more of an NBA fix? Nike Las Vegas just dropped a whole set of Nike Basketball PEs, like the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 for Russell Westbrook, the Nike Air Max Sweep Thru for Amare Stoudemire, and the for Chris Bosh. Check out all of what's available right now and check with your NikeTown soon for availability.

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Sneaks on the Ave: Nike LeBron 8 V/2 Low ‘Miami Nights’

Although still widely popular, the would likely have been THE summer shoe to rock if LeBron James won a championship back in June. The 'Miami Nights' in particular would've been a hot commodity, but Nike decided to shelve a U.S. release (for now) and designate them an Asia-only release.

It's been some time since we last laid eyes on the LeBron 8 V/2 Low 'Miami Nights', but here they are again; these just dropped in a limited run at Nikestore China this morning.

So if you've been wanting a pair of the Miami Nights, keep an eye out for a possible restock or for availability in the open market, and stick with Sneaker News and BlvdAve for more updates regarding this new development.

Nike LeBron 8 V/2 Low

Wavvvy !!! (Max B Voice)

Monday, May 23, 2011

Freshness: Nike Air Maestro

Nike’s hybrid theory: take a time-honored classic, adjust the tooling just a bit throw in some new-age technology, tweak the name a bit, and release it as a ‘new shoe’. For some shoes, the formula seems to wore (see: Air Max JR). For others, it’s one that’s best kept under wraps (see: Air Max-A-Lot). The upcoming Flight Maestro Plus has yet to release, but the scrutiny begins now; adapting the classic design of the Nike Air Maestro, the Flight Maestro Plus now features a visible Max Air at the heel and a re-done upper with details taken from the original, like the perforated segment on the upper, the placement of the swoosh, and the stitch panels on the heel/ankle. Four colorways of the Flight Maestro Plus are set to release – Black/White,  a NY Knicks inspired combination, White/Black/Red, and a Grey/Black/Blue – but where’s Scottie Pippen’s All-Star colorway? Check out the four upcoming colorways below and let us know what you think of this new ‘hybrid’ design. via CK.

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