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UNISWAG KICKS is the newest addition to the UNISWAG brand. This is your go to source in the latest trends and drop dates for the newest kicks to hit the street. 


April

Air Jordan 10 “Dark Shadow”

Release Date: April 20th
Retail: $190

The Jordan 10, which pays homage to Michael’s accomplishments is debuting a new colorway. Dressed in a dark gray suede upper, black midsole & black/gray outsole. The red Jumpman accents gives this shoe pop but still keeps a stealth look.

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Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey”

Release Date: April 28th
Retail: $175

The Cool Grey is coming back to the Jordan 11’s, but this time with the low cut. This colorway is one of the most popular & classic designs to the Jordan Brand.

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Air Jordan 9 "MOP Melo"

Release Date: April 27th
Retail: $190

The Jordan Brand plans to pay homage to Carmelo Anthony’s 2003 National Championship with Syracuse. During their Championship run, Melo was named Most Outstanding Player. The shoe features a wood grain overlay and metallic gold midsole which mimics the “MOP” trophy. Melos number “15” replaces the 23 on the heel while his script logo can be found on both insoles.

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Nike LeBron Soldier 12 “Zero Dark Thirty”

Release Date: April 12th
Retail: $130
 

LeBron is preparing to go “dark” as the NBA regular season is coming to an end. Every year Bron shuts down his social media accounts so he can “lock in” & prepare to go on another Title Run. He calls this mode “Zero Dark Thirty.” Nike will debut the new Soldier 12, which features an Anthracite & Black upper with a mix of suede on the toe of the shoe. The Swoosh is located across the midfoot strap with 3M detailing.

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Nike Air Max 97 "South Beach"

Release Date: April 2nd
RETAIL: $160

The Air Max 97 pays homage to the Miami “Vice” lifestyle by featuring a White upper with Kinetic Green & Pink Blast on the gradient designed upper. The air unit and laces boast the Kinect Green while the Pink Blast showcases on the Swoosh.

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Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Upstep

Release Date: April 2nd
RETAIL: $180

This Women’s version of the Air Force 1 is covered in 3 different colors throughout the upper: Port Wine, Bright Cactus & Peach. On the heel of the shoe reads “Force Is Female”. Across the shoe outside of the shoe are the OG Nike logos while the Swoosh is hidden on the medial side. The sneakers will also come with a Nike shoe bag.

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Nike Air Force 1 Upstep

Release Date: April 2nd
RETAIL: $180

The second version of the Air Force 1 Upstep is an all-White leather upper with the OG Nike logo in Red and the Swoosh in White. “Force Is Female” text takes on the color of the shoe being written in Red & Black. If you look closely you can see the stitching on the heel got from White to Red on the left and Red to White on the right.

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Adidas Akryn “Ash Pearl”

Release Date: April 4th
RETAIL: TBA

The Trefoil Brand is set to debut the new Adidas Akryn with a Boost sole. While keeping an NMD look with the mesh upper and sock-like design , the Akryn is best known for the lacing system with 3 eyelets on each side with one extending to the Boost midsole. The tongue features premium leather showing the brand’s history with most of it being written in German.

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Nike Vapor Street Flyknit “River Rock”

Release Date: April 6th
RETAIL: $180

The Vapor Street Flyknit is Nike’s premier performance to lifestyle crossover shoe that is based off the VaporFly Elite 4%. This version comes with a mixture of River Rock, Cream, and Sail accents on the Flyknit upper and a cream speckled sole.

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Nike Vapor Street Flyknit “olive”

Release Date: April 6th
RETAIL: $180

Dropping along side the “River Rock”colorway,  the Vapor Street Flyknit is blessing us with an “Olive“ version. It has the same features but instead the sole fades from Olive to Cream & speckles, front to back.

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Nike Air VaporMax Plus “Black Volt”

Release Date: April 6th
RETAIL: $190

VaporMax continues to experiment with the Air Max collection. The VaporMax Plus gets a Black, Volt & White colorway with a “smoke” like gradient upper which fades from White to Black. The Volt accents are found on the Swoosh and midsole. It will also feature a 3M Reflective tongue and the “VM” logo on the heels.

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Nike Air VaporMax Plus “Light Menta”

Release Date: April 6th
RETAIL: $190

Nike will be dropping a Women’s version of the VaporMax Plus dressed in a mix of White, Total Crimson, Light Menta & Light Racer Blue. Keeping the same gradient upper which fades into each color.

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Air Jordan 11 GS “Bleached Coral”

Release Date: April 7th
RETAIL: $130

The Jordan 11 Low will be an all-Black nubuck upper & patent leather midsole; with Bleached Coral featured on the tongue branding and the translucent outsole. This shoe is a Grade School exclusive.

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Air Jordan 18 “Red Toro”

Release Date: April 7th
RETAIL: $225

The return of the Air Jordan 18…and it’s coming in style. The Red Toro is an all Red upper covered in suede while the heel is lined with carbon fiber. Black accents are found running along the midsole, inner lining of the shoe, and the Jumpman, 23 & Jordan brandings. A White puts the finishing touches on this sleek shoe.

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Nike Air VaporMax 97 “Silver Bullet”

Release Date: April 12th
RETAIL: $190

Next up for the VaporMax  x  Air Max 97 mix are the Silver Bullet’s. This classic colorway comes with an all silver upper with a hint of red which is featured on the Swoosh.

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Nike VaporMax White

Release Date: April 14th
RETAIL: $250

The Off White x Nike Air VaporMax is set to release the next installation of “The Ten” collection. Like the Black pair, the White will feature a Flyknit construction on the upper, Total Crimson tagging, “Air” on the heel of the shoe, and the “Off-White” text located on the medial side of the shoe.

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march

PHARRELL X ADIDAS NMD HU "HOLI FESTIVAL"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 2ND
RETAIL: $250

To continue from last months drops from the Pharrell x Adidas collab, we have a colorful "Pink Glow" theme  inspired by India's Holi Festival that takes place in early March.  This shoe also features marbled detailing on the bumpers and midsole. 

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AIR JORDAN RETRO 9 "BRED"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 10TH
RETAIL: $190

This Retro 9 features an all black upper with a shiny patent leather added by red accents which gives it the "Bred" name. 

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AIR JORDAN 3 "SEOUL"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 10TH
RETAIL: TBA

The "Seoul" 3's will release exclusively at the Jordan Hongdae store  & at nike.com.kr. Paying homage to the 30th Anniversary of two key events - Michael Jordan's dunk contest win and the Seoul Olympics in 1988. With details including the Korean Taeguki flag on the right tongue, Seoul in Korean embroidery on the inner the tongue, & the 1988 Olympics motto, "Harmony and Peace" on the inner right tongue. 

The shoe comes out right after the conclusion of the 2018 Winter Olympics and is said to be extremely limited & will not release outside of South Korea.

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JORDAN WHY NOT ZER0.1 "TRIBUTE"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 11TH
RETAIL: $150

The next color way of Westbrook's signature shoe is set to drop. Giving us a navy-blue look with a dark cream tint speckled heel, and gold accents for the Jordan/Westbrook logos. 

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PHARRELL X ADIDAS NMD HU "HOLI FESTIVAL"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 16TH
RETAIL: $250

The final NMD "Holi Festival" shoe to drop will be the "Flash Green." 
With the appearance of being worn during Holi, Pharrell throws in the custom colored powder that represents the festival. It also features embroidery on the uppers in both English & Hindi. 

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AIR JORDAN 9 "I'M BACK"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 18TH
RETAIL: $190

In honor of Michael Jordan's surprise return to the Bulls in 1995, the Jordan brand is giving us a Retro 10 with an all-white base mixed with a black suede upper, & red stitching on the pull tabs with "3.8.95" & "I'm Back."

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AIR JORDAN RETRO 3 "FLYKNIT"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 18TH
RETAIL: $220

The Air Jordan Flyknit is set to take a stab at the Retro 3. The Flyknit upper accentuates the famed elephant print on the toe & the heel. It also keeps is old school look with the leather interior lining & classic sole.

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NIKE AIR MAX 270 "TEAL"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 26TH
RETAIL: $150

The next wave of the Air Max 270's are set to drop on Air Max Day.  As a tribute to the Air Max 93, one of Tinker Hatfield's classics, Nike will be releasing the Air Max 270 in the original Teal color way of the iconic '93.

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NIKE AIR MAX 270 "ULTRAMARINE"

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 26TH
RETAIL: $150

Paying respects to another original Nike Air Max, the ultramarine and solar red colors gives you a taste of the Nike Air 180 which helped inspire the design of the 270 silhouette. The vibrant solar red in on the Air unit & the inner bootie, while the ultramarine accents are found on the Swoosh logos & lace eyelets.

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NIKE VAPORMAX 97 "JAPAN"

RELEASE DATE: TBA
RETAIL: TBA

Nike continues to push the limits with the mixing of the Vapormax and Air Max lines. Hoping in on the fun is the Vapormax 97, which features the upper of the 97 model onto of the Vapormax sole. The first color way will be the Air Max 97's OG Japan Color way.

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February

NIKE AIR MAX 270

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 1ST

RETAIL: TBA

Nike’s first 100% lifestyle Air shoe. The Air Max 270 is still designed for sport performance but with the demands of all-day wear. 

Inspired by the Air Max 93 & Air Max 180. 270 comes from a nickname for the Air Max 93 which referred to the degrees of visibility in the air unit.

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UNDER ARMOUR HOVR “PHANTOM

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 1ST

RETAIL: $130. RECORD-EQUIPPED $140

Under Armour is set to debut their HOVR cushioning on the “Phantom” training shoe that features Energy Web, which gives you great responsiveness and energy return. The HOVR cushion system will be available in the Record-Equipped package, where you can connect to your device to record your data.

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AIR JORDAN 32

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 9TH

RETAIL: $200

The Jordan 32 teamed up with the Retro 6 to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This too will feature an all black look with metallic gold accents, China inspired fireworks and floral embroideries throughout the shoe. 

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LEBRON 15 “HWC”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 9

RETAIL: $185

Nike Lebron’s “Hardwood Classic PE’s” are making a comeback but this time in the 15’s. This throwback color way has nice designs on the interior pull tabs and tongue, with Akron’s area code “330”, and his children’s initials “B.B.Z.” As well as the crown logo and a silhouette of his signature dunk. They will also come with a pair of orange laces to switch up the look.

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AIR JORDAN RETRO 9 “ALL-STAR”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 10TH

RETAIL: $190

The year of the Retro 9. 2018 is the 25th Anniversary of the Jordan 9. With the first release of the shoe planned for February 3rd, Jordan will be giving it a new color way dressed in black and white with gold accents for the City of Flight series.

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NIKE PG 2 "PLAYSTATION"

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 10

RETAIL: $110

Paul George's 2nd signature shoe is ready to hit the shelves. Starting it off is the collab with PlayStation which celebrates PG's love for the PS4. The details in the shoe are key to the console, with a dynamic winged support overlay wrapped around the heel that displays graphic prints of the PlayStation controller buttons. The shoe lace holes at the base of the shoe also gives a nod to the controller with the colors of the buttons.  

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AIR JORDAN RETRO 3 “WHITE CEMENT”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 14TH

RETAIL: $200

A special 30th Anniversary of the Retro 3 White Cement is due to hit the stage again but this time with a little twist. The yet to be unveiled shoe will boast in white with fire red, cement grey, and black accents. Reports say that this is the Air Jordan 3 but with a new clear sole and graphic on the upper that will pay tribute to MJ’s iconic Dunk Contest in 1988. We’re in for a surprise. 

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JORDAN WHY NOT ZER0.1

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 15TH

RETAIL: $125

Russell Westbrook finally brings his shoe to the court. With a fused meshed upper, vamp cover, full length Air-Zoom unit & compression-molded pylon foam piece this shoe is engineered for “take off” which fits the reigning MVP’s style of play. 

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AIR JORDAN 3 "TINKER"

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 15TH

RETAIL: $200

Tinker Hatfield's original Air Jordan 3 sketch finally comes to life 30 years after the first release. With a slight modification of the original "Fire Red" model, this colorway adds black upper midsoles, grey mudguards, an OG "NIKE" logo on the side with Tinker's signature implemented on the inside of the tongue.

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AIR JORDAN RETRO 3 “BLACK CEMENT”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 17TH

RETAIL: $200

The Jordan Retro 3 “Black Cement” is making it’s return to the shelves in February with the OG Nike Air logo instead of the iconic Jumpman. This version of the sneaker was last seen in 2001 with a similar release in 2013 called the “White Cement” which were a tribute for the 25th Anniversary of Jordan’s unbelievable Dunk Contest performance. 

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PHARRELL X ADIDAS NMD HU TRAIL “BLANK CANVAS” BLACK

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 23RD

RETAIL: $250

The Pharrell NMD Hu Trail is making a comeback in early 2018 with 4 new pairs. Starting off are the “Black Canvas” which features an all black look with purple midsole accents and shoe laces. The multi color interior gives a little life to this sleek shoe. 

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PHARRELL X ADIDAS NMD HU TRAIL “CREAM”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 23RD

RETAIL: $250

On deck are the all white “Cream”, this is more of a settle look from the Pharrell x Adidas line but still catches your attention. 

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NIKE OFF WHITE X JORDAN RETRO 1 “WHITE”

RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 27TH

RETAIL: $190

The Off White x Nike collection keeps growing with the Retro 1 but this time in “White”.  Debuted at Fashion Week in Paris, it has the same features as the “Chicago” color way, but with a blue hand tag instead of the red. Stay tuned for an official announcement from Nike about the release.

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