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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. 


September

Nike KD 11 “ Cool Grey”

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $150

Another installment to the KD 11’s are set to drop at the first of the month.  Given the name, this shoe rocks a color scheme that features both Wolf Grey & Cool Grey along the upper.  Hints of red can be found in the stitching towards the front of the shoe and on the heel.  To finish it off, Nike puts the clear sole on the shoe just like the “Cool Greys” found in the Jordan collections.

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Nike LeBron 15 Low

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $150

The LeBron 15’s are back but this time in the Low cut which is dressed in University Red & White. Black accents can be found in the speckles lined across the midsole, the tongue & heels tabs of the shoe. With White laces & the Metallic Red Swoosh on the inside of the midfoot this LeBron Low packs a lot of flavor & will for sure fly off the shelves.

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Nike Air Max 90/1 " Purple Basalt"

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $140

Nike seems to be right on track with the Air Max 90/1, which first debuted back in 1992.  The hybrid Air Max featured the upper of the Air Max 1 placed on top of the Air Max 90 sole unit. As Mike Jones said, “back then they didn’t want me, now I’m hot they’re all on me”, the Air Max 90/1 is now a fan favorite. With the next upcoming release, this all suede shoe will be decked out in Purple, while Black can be found in the Swoosh & the OG Nike logo stitched on the heel. The White midsole brings this shoe to life.

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Bodega x Adidas Kamanda

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $170

Bodega is teaming up with Adidas to put their touch on the new soccer lifestyle shoes, the Kamanda & Sobakov. First up is the Kamanda, which features a Core Black mesh upper instead of the traditional suede. Hints of Khaki can be found in the stitching of the shoe & also on the heel tab which keeps the traditional suede. Bodega’s branding is plastered on the bottom of the translucent black sole in Orange writing.

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Bodega x Adidas Sobakov

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $150

Next up are the Adidas Sobakov. This all suede Khaki colored silhouette packs a nice punch with Bodega taking the midfoot The Stripes into their own hands. The wavy looking stripes wrap around the shoe so it’s featured on both the inside & outside. Orange is found in the laces, inner lining, and tongue tab which is marked with Bodegas branding. Just like the Kamanda, Bodegas branding is also on the bottom of the translucent sole.

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NEIGHBORHOOD x Adidas Kamanda

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $180

Adidas is hitting the soccer lifestyle shoes hard this fall. Going back to the all suede silhouette, the NEIGHBORHOOD x Adidas collection utilizes the military style colorways. With an untraditional lacing down the side of the shoe, the NEIGHBORHOOD branding is placed on the toe and runs along the inside of the shoe in Old English font. These will be available in both Military Green & Black.

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Nike PG 2.5 “Fresno State”

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $110

Inspired by his alma-mater, Nike is releasing a version of the PG 2.5’s decked out with Fresno States colors & accents. The mix of a mesh & leather upper are Gym Red, while Navy Blue accents are found on the swoosh & tongue which happens to be the mascot of Fresno, the Bulldog, and PG’s #13 is placed on the insole. The White midsole & icy translucent outsole puts the finishing touches on this PE.

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Nike Kobe AD NXT 360

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $200

The low cut version of the Kobe AD is set to release at the top of the month. The flyknit construction makes up the whole sneaker mixed with the a plethora of colors, and is combined with black and yellow detailing. Placed on the heel are Kobe’s “Sheath” logo & signature “Achilles Stitching”. The NXT 360 also features both Lunarlon & React foam, which makes this shoe one of the most comfortable you can wear on the court.

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Nigel Sylvester x Air Jordan 1

Release Date: September 1st

Retail: $180

Jordan is teaming up with one of the best BMX riders in the game, Nigel Sylvester. With the Air Jordan 1 being his go to riding shoe, it’s only fitting that he gets his own collab. Nigel doesn’t use breaks when he rides, so instead he uses his shoes to slow down. With this Air Jordan looking worn down, scuff marks are found on the toes and heel of the shoe. The swoosh goes from white to silver from the outside to inner medial of the Retro 1, and is finished off with a black tongue and red outsole.

KITH & Extra Butter had a special early release of the Nigel x Air Jordan 1 and it will finally get a global release on the 1st of September.

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Supreme x Nike SB Gato

Release Date: September 7th

Retail: $110

Supreme and Nike are teaming up again to bring back the indoor soccer shoe that was eventually molded into a skateboarding sneaker. With both sports relying on the skills of the feet, the Gato is perfect for optimal feel which made the transition of the shoe seamless.

Surpreme's branding is found on the tongue patch, and tags on the upper medial of the shoe. To give it an extra touch, “World Famous” is stitched on the heel of the shoe. These will hit the shelves in 4 colorways – Black, White, Red and Light Blue.

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Nike LeBron 16 “Harlem Fashion Row”

Release Date: September 7th

Retail $250

Ladies first! LeBron and Nike are set to release the next installment to his signature shoe with the first drop being a special one. Designed by Brandice Daniels, Kimberly Goldson, Felisha Noel, and Undra Celeste Duncan of Harlem’s Fashion Row; the colorway is inspired by all of the women LeBron admires and his belief that “African American women are the strongest people on earth.”

The upper of the “HFR” is covered in Tan Battleknit 2.0, gold accents and comes with Brown & Tan interchangeable leather straps, which double as bracelets. Writing of the words – Strength, Courage, and Dignity, which described what LeBron thinks of African American Women can be found on the inside of sole. Lastly, a Lion’s head is molded onto the heel of the shoe with its mouth open showing the aggressive teeth the animal has, which holds the laces in place that wrap around the shoe. 

These will only be available for women with LeBron having the only pair in a men's size.

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UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87

Release Date: September 13th

Retail: $180

UNDERCOVER & Nike are connecting again on a collab on one of the hottest shoes to release in 2018, the React Element 87. With a translucent upper and taping on the heel this shoe is finished off with Nike’s new React foam technology. The deconstructed shoe which is decked out in a variety of colors is set to hit the shelves on September 13th.

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Nike “Tartan Pack”

Release Date: September 13th

Retail: $140-$180

Ladies only! The “Tartan Pack” is set to have 3 of Nike’s best sneakers, the Air Max 91, Air Max 1, and Air Max Plus. These will feature Red & Yellow tartans, which will be laid across the upper of each Air Max.  Each pair has their own vibe heading into the “fall” look. Each shoe is dressed in Black which makes the plaid design stand out, and is also followed up with a Black Air Max unit. Look for these styles on the Nike SNKRS app.

Air Max 97 - Red plaid upper mixed with Yellow plaid midfoot accents ($180)

Air Max 1 - Yellow plaid is found on the forefoot, with the Red plaid laid on the heel collar of the shoe ($140)

Air Max Plus - Complete Red plaid upper ($170)

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OFF-WHITE x Nike Blazer “Spooky Pack”

Release Date: September 15th & 22nd

Retail: $130

Another Virgil Abloh x Nike collab is set to drop. Dubbing this drop as the “Spooky Pack” the colors of each shoe gives you that vibe right before the Halloween month hits. The shoes will both feature a mixed material on the upper, with the oversized rubber Swoosh wrapping around both sides. OFF-WHITE branding can be found on the medial sides & the Blue Powder zip tie replaces the original Red tag.

“Grim Reaper” - Black upper & White Swoosh (Sep. 15th)

“All Hallow’s Eve” – Tan upper & Orange Swoosh (Sep. 22nd)

UPDATE: Both pairs will be releasing on October 3rd.

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