Another sweet colorway for the LeBron 12 Low. I’m really digging this line…
The Nike LeBron 12 Low Court Purple, Bright Crimson, Cave Purple, Laser Orange release date is set for early August 2015. Find out its exact release date.
Came across this new Sports Video Game site, “Hit the Pass” that I suggest checking out. They simulated the 2015 NBA Finals and have produced quality video shots and tell how the story unfolds. Definitely a fun article for guys like us.
The 2015 NBA Finals are here, featuring the two teams that were clearly the best of their respective conferences. The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers both cruised to the Finals, […]
Lebron formally unveiled his newest addition to his shoe family… the 12. Nike held their presser yesterday (and didn’t stream it for the general public like the KD launch event – boo) to promote this signature line and the new technology going into this shoe (Hexagonal Air & Megafuse). I’m not a huge fan of the Lebron line, mostly because I enjoy lows over high-tops, plus they have a bulky image but these look like they could be slimmer and lighter… I’m intrigued. Let me know what you think and which colorway stands out most to you.
Here are some of the highlights from the session as well as the first 7 colorways of the Nike Lebron 12 to be released before the end of the year. The first ‘NSRL’ will be released on October 11.
“Five visible, hexagonally-shaped Nike Zoom Air bags in the outsole of the LEBRON 12 enhance natural motion while providing accelerated explosiveness with each step. Nike Zoom Air delivers the same great cushioning it brought to footwear when first introduced to basketball in 1995; now the hexagonal Nike Zoom Air is mapped to the pressure points of the foot where it’s most needed for basketball performance.”
“In tandem with the sole, the lightweight and breathable Megafuse upper is designed to act as a molded second skin that minimizes weight and amplifies breathability and comfort.”
The initial seven Nike LEBRON 12 colorways are inspired by James’s game, physical attributes and the analysis that went into the development of his latest signature shoe:
LEBRON 12 NSRL – James wasn’t made in a lab, but he is made better by Nike’s research, testing and analysis. The LEBRON 12 lead colorway reflects the process of turning data into design to create superior performance footwear. Launch: Oct. 1 in China; Oct. 11 globally.
LEBRON 12 Heart of a Lion – James has demonstrated the courageous heart of a lion while being tested both physically and mentally over his 11-year professional career. Launch: Oct. 30.
LEBRON 12 Dunk Force – Inspired by the power of James’s statement tomahawk dunk and equated to the speed and force of a helicopter rotor blade. Launch: Nov. 11.
LEBRON 12 Instinct – James’s keen 20/20 eyesight combined with his uncommon speed and agility translates to pinpoint, instinctual decisions, much like the way a hummingbird sees and navigates. Launch: Nov. 22.
LEBRON 12 Six Meridians – A key component of James’s training recovery and preparation is massage therapy. The ancient Chinese practice of reflexology releases energy to different points of the body, or meridians, when massaging pressure points in the feet and hands. Launch: Nov. 29.
LEBRON 12 Trillion Dollar Man – Are we looking at the athlete of the future today in LeBron James? Inspired by James’s legendary work ethic and physical gifts combined with Nike’s finest performance technology. Launch: Dec. 1.
LEBRON 12 Data – James is arguably the most dominant player in the game today, with the statistics to support that claim. Launch: Dec. 20.
Nike Sneakers Release Dates Rumors for 2013-14
The release dates can change depending on the manufacturer.
I rearranged the list and sorted it by type to make it easier in case you are a particular fan of one over the others.
|2 – AIR JORDAN 5 RETRO “LANEY”||11/2/2013||Jordan|
|16 – AIR JORDAN 1 RETRO HIGH OG “LANEY”||11/16/2013||Jordan|
|30 – AIR JORDAN 5 RETRO “OREO”||11/30/2013||Jordan|
|14 – AIR JORDAN 12 RETRO/WHITE 130690-125||12/14/2013||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO/BLACK 378037-006||12/21/2013||Jordan|
|28 – AIR JORDAN 1 RETRO HIGH OG “BRED”||12/28/2013||Jordan|
|18 – AIR JORDAN 3 RETRO/DK POWDER BLUE 136064-406||1/18/2014||Jordan|
|15 – AIR JORDAN 6 RETRO/WHITE 384664-123||2/15/2014||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN RETRO 10/WHITE 310805-106||2/21/2014||Jordan|
|8 – AIR JORDAN 3 RETRO/WHITE 136064-123||3/8/2014||Jordan|
|2 – AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO LOW/BLACK 528895-033||4/2/2014||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO LOW BG/WHITE 528896-153||4/21/2014||Jordan|
|2 – AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO LOW “CONCORD” 528895-153||5/2/2014||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN 6 RETRO “CARMINE” 384664-160||5/21/2014||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN 1 RETRO HIGH OG/WHITE 555088-123||5/21/2014||Jordan|
|21 – AIR JORDAN 1 RETRO HIGH OG/GYM RED 555088-601||5/21/2014||Jordan|
|2 – AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO LOW/BLACK 528895-023||6/2/2014||Jordan|
|7 – AIR JORDAN 2 RETRO/WHITE 385475-102||6/7/2014||Jordan|
|28 – Nike KD VI/GAMMA BLUE 599424-400||11/28/2013||KD|
|03 – Nike KD VI/MET’LC PEWTER 599424-003||12/3/2013||KD|
|26 – Nike KD VI “CHRISTMAS” 599424-601||12/26/2013||KD|
|30 – Nike KD VI/COOL GREY 599424-008||12/30/2013||KD|
|10 – Nike KD VI/BLACK 599424-010||1/10/2014||KD|
|17 – Nike KD VI “BHM” 646742-500||1/17/2014||KD|
|20 – Nike KD VI/PURE PLATINUM 599424-009||1/20/2014||KD|
|5 – Nike KD VI/LT CRIMSON 599424-600||2/5/2014||KD|
|20 – Nike KD VI (GS)/DK MICA GREEN 599477-301||2/20/2014||KD|
|28 – Nike KD VI/ELECTRIC GREEN 599424-302||2/28/2014||KD|
|14 – Nike KD VI/ANTHRACITE 599424-007||3/14/2014||KD|
|20 – KD VI ELITE/TURBO GREEN 642838-300||4/20/2014||KD|
|20 – KD VI ELITE/WHITE 642838-100||5/20/2014||KD|
|29 – Nike KOBE 8 SYSTEM/MINE GREY 555035-003||11/29/2013||Kobe|
|13 – Nike KOBE 8 SYSTEM/GREEN GLOW 555035-304||12/13/2013||Kobe|
|20 – Nike KOBE IX ELITE (GS)/BLACK 636602-002||12/20/2013||Kobe|
|26 – Nike Kobe 8 “CHRISTMAS” 639522-001||12/26/2013||Kobe|
|31 – Nike KOBE 8 SYSTEM YOTH/LT CRIMSON 639654-674||12/31/2013||Kobe|
|13 – Nike KOBE 9 ELITE (GS)/PURPLE VENOM 636602-002||2/13/2014||Kobe|
|20 – Nike KOBE 9 ELITE (GS)/PURPLE VENOM 636602-500||2/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – Nike KOBE IX ELITE (GS)/WHITE 636602-100||3/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – KOBE IX ELITE (GS)/COURT PURPLE 636602-501||3/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – KOBE IX ELITE/WOLF GREY 630847-005||4/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – KOBE IX EM/BLACK 646701-001||4/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – KOBE IX EM “BLITZ BLUE” 646701-413||5/20/2014||Kobe|
|20 – KOBE IX ELITE/WHITE 630847-100||5/20/2014||Kobe|
|?? – Nike Kobe 9 Elite/Black 630847-001||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|?? – Nike Kobe 9 Elite/Black 630847-002||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|?? – Nike Kobe 9 Elite/BASE GREY 630847-003||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|?? – Nike Kobe 9 Elite/Black 630847-004||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|?? – Nike Kobe 9 Elite/NEO TURQ 630847-400||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|?? – Nike KOBE 8 SYSTEM YOTH/VIVID BLUE 639654-400||Unconfirmed||Kobe|
|22 – Nike LEBRON XI/ARMORY SLATE 616175-401||11/22/2013||Lebron|
|27 – Nike LEBRON XI/BLACK 616175-001||11/27/2013||Lebron|
|06 – Nike LEBRON XI / BRAVE BLUE 616175-400||12/6/2013||Lebron|
|20 – Nike LEBRON XI/WHITE 616175-100||12/20/2013||Lebron|
|26 – Nike Lebron XI “CHRISTMAS” 616175-301||12/26/2013||Lebron|
|30 – Nike LEBRON XI/MICA GREEN 616175-300||12/30/2013||Lebron|
|17 – Nike Lebron XI “BHM” 646702-001||1/17/2014||Lebron|
|20 – Nike LEBRON XI/BLACK 616175-004||1/20/2014||Lebron|
|6 – Nike LEBRON XI/ATOMIC ORANGE 616175-800||2/6/2014||Lebron|
|7 – Nike LEBRON XI/COURT PURPLE 616175-500||3/7/2014||Lebron|
|20 – LEBRON XI ELITE/LASER CRIMSON 642846-600||4/20/2014||Lebron|
|20 – MAX LEBRON XI LOW/LT BASE GREY 642849-001||4/20/2014||Lebron|
|20 – MAX LEBRON XI LOW/MEDIUM KHAKI 642849-200||4/20/2014||Lebron|
|20 – MAX LEBRON XI LOW/ATOMIC MANGO 642849-800||5/20/2014||Lebron|
|20 – LEBRON XI ELITE/BLACK 642846-002||5/20/2014||Lebron|
We all have different ideas of what is cool and funny but sometimes people make decisions that are universally bad for everyone. Words that should never be said… Clothes that should never be worn… Products that shouldn’t be made… Ideas that shouldn’t be acted on. I have taken it upon myself to help the world by calling these things out on the interweb with a new series I call, “Don’t Do That” (DDT).
Because the 2013-14 NBA season is upon us, I’m dedicating this first look to the NBA.
The new uniforms for USA Basketball were recently unveiled and I really like what I see so far. They are made from the same materials that the NCAA Hyper Elite uniforms are made from so they are light and made from green materials. I can’t put my finger on it but I’m also digging the USA logo on the chest. I’d love to see a blue or red set accompany this white version. Here is some more info on the new uniforms Via Alec Banks at HypeBeast:
Combining Nike’s lightest, most technologically advanced textiles with iconic graphics, the Nike Hyper Elite Basketball Uniform helps boost players’ performance and communicates the pride of USA Basketball. The innovation begins with Nike Aerographics, an engineered fabric that is a passive cooling solution allowing greater design and graphic flexibility while creating mesh areas in a garment without adding seams. It adds graphic interest to a garment that actually contributes to the performance by increasing air circulation. The Nike Hyper Elite Shorts to be worn by the USA Basketball team alone weigh in at 14 ounces lighter than the average shorts currently worn by professional players. The Hyper Elite Jersey, with its 3D-structured Dri-FIT fabric, helps pull sweat away from the skin and reduce cling while a functional flock screenprint on the inside of the collar provides further sweat management. The sleeveless v-neck silhouette, including hem vents and modified armholes, offers mobility while the slim fit reduces bulkiness and distraction. Finally, the debut of the Nike Hyperdunk, part of the landmark Lunarlon Collection. An innovative combination of advanced Nike Flywire technology and a basketball-specific Lunarlon cushioning system, this light, more supportive, durable and breathable shoe is expressly designed to meet the demands of elite basketball players worldwide. As modeled by Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Deron Williams and LeBron James, the United States basketball pride is in good hands.
Think Lebron’s decision was a big deal? Wait till you see Bill Simmon’s…