Nike SB Dunk Low “Dorothy”

Dorothy may be known for her all-red slippers, but these kicks feature a different spin. Taking hints from the classic “Wizard of OZ”, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Dorothy” is a pair that anyone will enjoy. Featuring slipper-inspired red laces, the sockliner on the SB Dunk Low is painted with picnic-table pattern from Dorothy’s dress while the upper features the inside of a tornado. No word on when these kicks will come home, but stay tuned to your local Nike SB shop.

Nike Air Command Force

Nike Air Command Force

Well this certainly explains why Showtime has been showing “White Men Can’t Jump” for the last month. Billy Hoyle streetball staples are set to release this month. The Nike Air Command Force is set to release on October 18, 2014 at select Nike Sportswear retailers. While Hoyle may be the most popular to rock the pair on the silver screen, David Robinson was leading the way on the hardwood. The Admiral rocked the Air Command Force during the early 90s and it caught one with a generation of basketball and sneaker fans. The Command Force features a white leather upper with hints of volt around the air bubble and on the tongue. Also, the iconic sneaker features an air-filled bladder technology that secures a comfortable fit. There will be more colorways available later this year and next, so stay tuned for future updates.

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Nike Air Foamposite One “Doernbecher”

In case you haven’t heard, this is the 10th Anniversary of the Doernbecher Freestyle Program from the Nike x Doernbecher Children’s Hospital coalition. Making it’s first appearance is the Nike Air Foamposite One “Doernbecher”. Designed by 14-year-old Elija Diggins, the upper features a clash of black and red complimented with a smiley face logo created out of the designer’s initials. The “Doernbecher” Foamposite will certainly be one of the hottest releases of the fall, stay tuned to Jasper Downey for the latest release information.

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Air Jordan 10 “Doernbecher”

Lately, we have heard a lot about the upcoming 2013 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection. The latest addition to the aforementioned is the Air Jordan 10 “Doernbecher”. Benefiting the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and designed by Daniel Pena, these Air Jordan 10s feature a camouflage upper accompanied by a clear outsole. Set to release this fall, you can expect the “Doernbecher” Air Jordan 10 to be a hit among sneaker enthusiasts.Source: Nike Inc.

Nike Air Diamond Turf Max '96 Black/Varsity Maize

Nike Air Diamond Turf Max ’96 Black/Varsity Maize

Deion may be retired, but his once-signature kicks are striking back. The next one to hit the shelves is the Nike Air Diamond Turf Max ’96 Black/Varsity Maize. The silhouette is brought back after being released originally in 1996 and dawning two later retro releases. Look for the Black/Varsity Maize DT Max ’96 to hit shelves on September 28, 2013 at Nike Sportswear retailers for $135.

Nike Air DT Max ’96
Black/Varsity Maize-White
316408-003
September 28, 2013
$135

Nike Air Diamond Turf Max '96 "49ers"

Nike Air Diamond Turf Max ’96 “49ers”

The Nike Air Diamond Turf Max makes a return this fall season as the NFL action heats up. In a favorable “49ers” color scheme, this winning rendition of the DT Max 96 features an all Varsity Red upper accompanied with minimal black and white accents. You can find the “49ers” Diamond Turf Max at Nike Sportswear retailers on September 28, 2013 at the attractive $135 price tag.

Nike Air DT Max ’96
Varsity Red/Black-White
316408-600
September 28, 2013
$135