Fans now have the opportunity to get their favorite Nike college teams shoe in the React Element 55 silhouette. The kicks will come in with each teams unique colorway featuring a ghost logo on the inner side of the shoes, along with the team name on the tongue and unique inner linings.
LeBron and Nike have officially released our first look at the new LEBRON XVII kicks. The kicks feature the highest level of performance upgrades for The King. The new shoes feature the Highest-Volume Heel Max Air Unit in a LeBron Shoe to help absorb the shock of his explosive play. The LEBRON XVII combines lightweight Flyknit construction with heat-molded yarns that adds structure and color, which results in a durable, supportive and resists stretching material.
From a visual side the LEBRON XVII shifts his lion crest and the silhouette of him dunking from the heel onto the tongue, combining phrases and symbols like “I’m King,” “LJ” and “23.”
“We had ‘the blueprint’ in mind for the 17, and we started from the ground up on everything, whether that was the construction of the knit or the way we could protect him underfoot with Air bags. The silhouette was a way to reset the mark for LeBron, and futuristically explore how we could help his game with the best that Nike offers.”- Nike's Jason Petrie, designer of the LEBRON XVII
Jordan’s NFL athletes received a special pair of Air Jordan 12 “Game Ball” PE kicks, made exclusively for Jordan Brand’s NFL roster of athletes. The kicks come in a special locker that features Jumpman stickers and posters on the inside and outside. The shoes feature a textured leather uppers that mimics that of a football’s exterior. On the bottoms of the shoes is a unique feature that has turf in translucent traction pods on the outsole to really amp up the football theme of the shoes. These special kicks do not look to become available to the public at this time.
Texas Football is one of Nike's top football program and with that comes special gear. The Longhorns have received special Texas Edition cleats with their logo and word marks on them. The white and burnt orange cleats come in a few style options including; Force Savage Elite, Alpha Menace Elite 2, Alpha Menace Pro 2, Vapor Untouchable Pro 3, and Vapor Untouchable Speed. The bottoms of the cleats fade from white in the front to a chrome burnt orange to pop when players are running.
With Week 1 of the NFL season here Jordan athletes will wear special Jumpman PE cleats on opening day. This marks the second year of the on-field appearance for the Jordan Brand. The Jordan athletes will each get pairs of team-specific colorways of the Jordan 1 TD Mid and Low to hit the field in.
Jordan Brand's athletes includes:
• Alshon Jeffery (wide receiver, Philadelphia Eagles) • Bobby Wagner (linebacker, Seattle Seahawks) • Cameron Jordan (defensive end, New Orleans Saints) • DeShone Kizer (quarterback, Oakland Raiders) • Dont’a Hightower (outside linebacker, New England Patriots) • Dwayne Haskins (quarterback, Washington Redskins) • Earl Thomas (free safety, Baltimore Ravens) • Jamal Adams (strong safety, New York Jets) • Jimmy Garoppolo (quarterback, San Francisco 49ers) • Joe Haden (cornerback, Pittsburgh Steelers) • Jordan Howard (running back, Philadelphia Eagles) • Jordan Reed (tight end, Washington Redskins) • Lamar Jackson (quarterback, Baltimore Ravens) • Le'Veon Bell (running Back, New York Jets) • Malik Hooker (safety, Indianapolis Colts) • Melvin Ingram (defensive end, Los Angeles Chargers) • Michael Crabtree (wide receiver, Arizona Cardinals) • Michael Thomas (wide receiver, New Orleans Saints) • Sterling Shepard (wide receiver, New York Giants) • Thomas Davis (linebacker, Los Angeles Chargers) • Tyrann Mathieu (safety, Kansas City Chiefs)
Texas Football will be traveling in style as the team has revealed the Nike Zoom KD12 Texas Edition shoes they will be giving their players. The burnt orange and white colorway features the longhorn logo on the back of the shoes, making them a team edition.
The MLB is celebrating their Players’ Weekend that brings in special uniforms and gives players the opportunity to show off their individuality. Most players took this weekend to break out custom unique cleats to show off their favorite shows, unique designs and even important events/charities. Below is a look at some of the most unique designs.
Nike has released the NFL edition of their Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 kicks. Each of the kicks are decked out in your favorite team’s colors, with team logos on the tongues of each shoe and logos on the sides of the heel. On the insole of each shoe is the team’s name. The laces, laceloops and the Nike Swoosh all come in a contrasting shades of color to give extra pop to the design. Take a look at 22 of the 32 teams below.
Adidas has teamed up with Snoop Dogg again to bring the Snoop Dogg adizero 8.0 Cleats. The cleats feature a sock-like construction for a locked-in feel and are built with a tongue and heel pulls. The cleated outsole delivers enhanced grip to allow you to stop and go on a dime. To swag it out more the Snoop Dogg editions feature gold highlights with Three Stripe Life in black on the toe. These are for sale at $120. Here
The Florida Gators have released their team version of the Jordan 1 retro cleat. The cleat comes in the Gators Blue and Orange colorway with the gator head logo on the tongue of the cleats. The bottoms showoff a blueish iridescent finish to help the cleat pop even more on the field. The Gators have now joined the other Jordan sponsored college football teams that have received their version of the Jordan 1 team cleat.