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Nike Basketball And Kevin Durant “Make a Champion" and New KD 10 Release

Le 16 juin à  05:17
Rubriques : Air Jordans

Nike Basketball And Kevin Durant “Make a Champion" and  New KD 10 Release

Love him, hate him, or just don’t care, no one can deny one thing: Kevin Durant is a champion.
Yeah, he went to the team that beat him. Yeah, the Warriors were already loaded. And yeah, he only averaged over 30 points per game and won Finals MVP. The move worked for him and Warriors fans everywhere. The trophy was the culmination of a 10-year career spent with Seattle (remember them?), Oklahoma City, and now, Golden State. What has been one constant in his game? Nike.

Ever since KD was a kid running up the neighborhood hills, playing summer leagues in the DMV/Baltimore area, leading the nation in scoring and rebounding at the University of Texas (Hook ‘Em!!), he has worn the Swoosh on his feet — and this Finals were no different. Debuting the Nike Zoom KD 10 in the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs, Kevin won nine out of ten games in the KD10 while averaging 28 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists.

The ‘BeTrue’ moniker celebrates the LGBTQ+ community and aims at supporting all athletes by encouraging equality and respect for everyone. The ‘BeTrue’ KD10s have been spotted on the feet of WNBA stars like LA Sparks Champion Essence Carson and Connecticut Sun superstar Jonquel Jones.

This Nike Zoom KD10 features an all black Flyknit upper and yellow lettering on the tongue and the Swoosh. The translucent outsole beautifully maintains the eight colors of the original 1978 Pride Flag, much like the Nike Air VaporMax ‘BeTrue’ did.

There is no word if or when the Nike KD 10 ‘BeTrue’ will release, or if they will be PEs only. It would probably be in the Swoosh’s best interest to release this build, not only the performance aspect, but for the message it relays: equality.

Stay tuned for more updated information on all your sneaker related n

Nike Basketball Shoes has released a short video titled “Making a Champion” chronicling that journey and now we get to bring it to you. Enjoy.  http://www.kd10sale.com



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NIKE KD 9 ELITE – PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Le 15 juin à  04:28
Rubriques : NIKE LEBRON 14

NIKE KD 9 ELITE – PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Today we’re going to be doing a performance review on the Kevin Durant’s latest signature model, the Nike KD 9 Elite. This model re-works the Flyknit upper but also brings back the same cushioning (Max Zoom Air) and traction from the original KD 9’s, but is it a performance upgrade? Let’s find out…

Traction: The overall traction experience is pretty consistent, despite this colorway using a translucent rubber outsole. It really doesn’t matter what condition the floor you play on is in because the honeycomb pattern that Nike has reused from the original KD 9 is going to keep you covered in all directions. If your floor is extremely dusty all you’ve got to do is wipe a few times and then you’re good to go.

As far as outsole durability goes, the rubber compound Nike uses isn’t very durable and the outsole started to show signs of wear after four or five hours of use. So while these won’t be your first option for outdoor ball, the KD 9 Elite’s traction is a top-tier performer in just about every other situation so if you need some consistency in your life, feel free to pick these up.

Cushion: Here’s another category where Nike didn’t change anything from the original KD 9 — and we’re perfectly okay with that. The full-length articulated Max Zoom Air setup Nike uses here is one of the most versatile cushion setups on the market today because every player of any play style can find something they like about it. Explosiveness? Check. Responsiveness? Check. Court feel? Check. Impact protection? Check. Sure, there may be other cushion setups out there that excel and surpass the KD 9 Elite in each of these categories but the KD 9 might just be the only one that provides an above average experience in all of them.

Materials: This is where the Elite version of the KD 9 starts to switch things up from its original version. Nike re-worked the Flyknit upper to make it a little more true to what we see on popular Sneaker running models (like the Flyknit Racer) with a more pliable and forgiving knit construction. The midfoot area is where the Flyknit material really starts to come into its own as it’s a fully breathable zone that is as true as Flyknit is going to get. However, the toebox uses a tighter knit and feels a little stiffer than the rest of the upper; but when you compare it to the toebox on the  Air Jordan 7 ‘Wild ‘N Out’ , the KD 9 Elite feels far superior and quite frankly, a lot more comfortable.

The heel panel also differentiates from the original KD 9’s with a neoprene sock-like construction that is honestly more of an aesthetic look than a performance feature; it’s hard to notice during use and hardly effects the overall feel of the KD 9 Elite.

Fit: At this point in the review you’re probably thinking, “Wow, the KD 9 Elite is perfect, this is just too good to be true”. Yes, it is too good to be true because this is where the KD 9 Elite starts to fall off. Listen carefully as it really is just this simple: if you don’t have a long, narrow foot like Durant himself, you’re going to have some issues with the fit. I had to go down half a size to compensate for the extremely long fit and by doing so the width became uncomfortably narrow. This forced me to loosen up the lacing, but by doing so the support and lockdown were negatively affected.

Overall, I just found the fit to be too specific and not versatile enough to cater to a wide range of foot shapes and sizes, so again, unless you’ve got KD-like feet, you may want to pass on the KD 9 elite.



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2017 NBA Championship and All Star shoes

Le 14 juin à  07:10
Rubriques : NIKE LEBRON 14

1.LeBron James In 2017 With LeBron Soldier 11.

LeBron James averaged a triple-double in The NBA Finals, but a 129-120 loss Monday night in Game 5 ended the Cavaliers' quest to repeat. But  LeBron James had an epic series. He averaged 33.6 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. He played 43 minutes a game and became the first player in NBA Finals history to average a triple-double with Nike LeBron Soldier 11.

This Nike LeBron Soldier 11 also known as SFG (Strive for Greatness) comes dressed in a Black and Dark Red  color combination. Dressed in predominate Black which covers the mesh uppers, four straps, midsole and heel. Following we have an Icy translucent  outsole which also gives them a ‘Black ’ theme.

2.Kevin Durant Won Final NBA In 2017 With  Nike kd 10

Durant, who became just the sixth player in N.B.A. history to score 30 or more points in each game of a finals, had 39 in the series-clinching Game 5 victory. He proved his value all over the court with dominant play inside, great outside shooting and tenacious defense as the Warriors beat the Cavaliers 129-120.
With all that in the past, he is now a World Champ with Nike KD 10 Finals PE Blue to take action dressed in a Blue and Gold color combination while utilizing speckled detailing on the midsole and a translucent outsole.

3. Nike Kyrie 3 Black Gold For Game 5 of the NBA Finals

This Nike Kyrie 3 features a Black-based upper highlighted with a Metallic Gold Nike Swoosh logo on the sides. A mix of Red and Gold appears on the Kyrie tongue tag, while sitting atop a speckled midsole and icy translucent outsole.

Take a closer look below and let us know what you guys think in the comments section. When the NBA Finals are over, should Nike release an NIKEiD option to give us a chance to customize our own Finals shoe?



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NIKE LEBRON 13 PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Le 12 juin à  11:37
Rubriques : NIKE LEBRON 14

NIKE LEBRON 13 PERFORMANCE REVIEW

LeBron James signed a lifetime deal with Nike, cementing his already stable position as Nike’s current top endorser. That means it’s no surprise that Nike would use a person in such a position to help lead new innovative technology. But at times, Nike is arguably even better at marketing that innovation, than the innovation itself. Sometimes it takes a try or two to get that technology right. The Nike LeBron Soldier 11 doesn’t necessarily introduce any new technology, but it implements recent innovations like Hyperposite and hexagonal Zoom better than any shoe before it.

Traction – The traction used on the LeBron 13 is something that I was initially unimpressed with – visually – but they ended up working really well on-court. The hex pods found throughout the outsole feature large bars that act like herringbone, and are implemented in multiple directions for coverage no matter how or where you’re moving. I was unable to play on a really dusty court so I can’t tell you how dust affects their performance this time around, but on clean and very lightly dusty courts they had zero issues and were very consistent.

Cushion – The setup here is similar to the Nike LeBron 12, but they feel much better than the 12’s did. I still couldn’t really feel the two smaller Hex-Zoom units located on the lateral section of the foot, but the met unit and heel unit were amazing. Those two zones cover a large amount of space, plus they’re both 13mm thick…that’s a pretty damn thick Zoom unit. You can feel the bounce and responsiveness with every stride, and that is something that was truly lacking with the 12.

The old saying holds true: if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

Something that was greatly improved due to the new setup was transition. Heel to toe strides are no longer clunky and instead really smooth. The LeBron 12’s had an awesome Zoom unit located in the heel but was met with a hard Posite-covered midsole upon impact. Now all you have is lightweight Phylon and Zoom aiding you through your stride and it makes the shoe feel as light as they actually are.

Materials – The upper is comprised of a one-piece booty with plenty of additional overlays that offer both support where you need it and flexibility where you want it. At their base there is the sock booty, followed by Dynamic Flywire. This provides you with a comfortable fit and minor lockdown support. Then you have a lot of TPU or Fuse in zoned areas. These areas offer zero stretch so your fit isn’t going to be compromised while making hard cuts or changes in direction — this is one thing the upper does better than the MegaFuse/ Mesh build found on last year’s LeBron 12. These TPU layers feel pretty awkward upon trying them on, and all I can say is that you really won’t be satisfied with the upper until you take them on-court and play in them.

The last two layers are mesh and HyperPosite. Basically, the mesh is there to add a final layer without adding too much weight to the shoe while the Posite is there to protect the mesh. Nike states that the HyperPosite provides “Zoned impact protection” but that’s pretty vague. So I’m just assuming it’s really there to protect the mesh — much like the MegaFuse was to protect the mesh on the 12’s. The Posite overlays will not alleviate the pressure from impact when someone steps or lands on you. Trust me…being a smaller player, I get stepped on. A lot.

Fit --I feel they fit true to size, but there is a tiny bit of room length wise in the toe. I don’t feel going down 1/2 size was necessary for me – as I love how my pair fits – but trying them on to determine the perfect size for you is always best.

Those of you with high arches will definitely want to try them on first because the Fuse/ Posite layer that rests on top of the midfoot — like I mentioned before — has zero stretch. So that area might have a negative affect on the fit for some people. However, lockdown due to the Fuse/ Posite sections was fantastic. Again, they feel very awkward when you try them on, and you have to break them in (slightly) each time you go out and play. But once the materials are warmed up then you’re pretty much locked into the shoe and all you’ll have is a great on-court experience. Unless you’re having an off night, and let’s face it, we all have those from time to time.

The only area that I can really say I disliked was the collar height. Not because I prefer low tops, but because there were times it dug into my legs a bit. It wasn’t horrible or to the point where it rubbed the skin raw, but it wasn’t something I enjoyed either

Support – All of the aforementioned Nike KD 10 for sale , from their tooling to their fit, have a positive effect on their support. The 13’s sport a wide base that feels stable — even though there are a couple of large volume Zoom units in place — and the base is slightly wider than the upper so it cradles the foot really nicely (which aids in stability). The materials and fit all do their job with support as well. There are plenty of areas with flex and mobility, but zero stretch. So you’re able to maneuver on-court without feeling like you’re wearing a pair of Timberland’s.

Overall – I didn’t like them when I first tried them on. Like, not even a little. However, they are really dope on-court kicks that perform really well. Traction and cushion were pretty beastly. The materials are something I personally liked more on last year’s model, but larger players will love that combination of flexibility/mobility and support. They’re ultra lightweight too, despite how bulky they look. Light enough to where a small Guard can still maneuver around the court perfectly fine.

As far as their price/ value. That is really your choice. Set up a budget and stick to it. Does a shoe’s performance really change just because of a higher or lower dollar value? No, not at all. If these would have released exactly as they are for $40 versus their $200 price tag; would their performance have changed in any way? Nope. There are great performance models out there and their retail prices range from dirt cheap to hell nah you crazy. So, if a shoe meets your on-court needs and they are within your budget grab a pair and enjoy them on-court. After all, that’s what they were made for.



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This month nike kd 10 hot sale and where you can buy

Le 7 juin à  03:25
Rubriques : Air Jordans

This month nike kd 10 hot sale and where you can buy

The Nike KD 10 (X) will first release on May 26th, 2017. The KD 10 will debut in various colorways throughout the year and here is where you can find out the latest updates. The KD10 will retail for $150 which is constructed with a Flyknit upper which is said to be the best used on a basketball shoe to date. They are also built with an unconventional lacing system and full length Zoom Air Unit. Here you will find out the latest Nike KD 10 releases, colorways, news and locations where you can buy.

While Durant signed with the Golden State Warriors and LeBron is with the Cleveland Cavaliers,  two teams met up once again in the Finals during June. you can expect them to be wearing their latest signature models as they battle for the Larry O’Brien trophy.

1.Nike KD 10 ‘Oreo’  Release Date

This Nike KD 10 achieves the Oreo theme by using a mixture of Black and White. As you can see both shades mix together across the Flyknit upper while also applied to the laces. Black is then seen on the cage overlay and tongue backdrop. Completing the look is a full length Zoom Air unit and White on the Nike Swoosh, KD branding, air jordan 2018  midsole and outsole.

2.Nike KD 10 Still KD White/Chrome Pure Platinum Release Date

The second Nike KD 10 to release will take place on June 1st. Known as the Nike KD 10 ’Still KD’ , which releases just after the ‘Anniversary’ edition. This Nike KD 10 comes dressed in a clean White, Chrome and Pure Platinum color combination. Using Flyknit across the uppers while done in predominate White, Pure Platinum lands on the suede cage, tongue and visible Zoom Air unit. Other details include Chrome on the Nike Swoosh and KD branding while White covers the outsole GO to  hoopjordan.com shopping



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2017 Air Jordan XI Retro Space Jam Performance reviews

Le 6 juin à  06:23
Rubriques : Air Jordans

2017 Air Jordan XI Retro Space Jam Performance reviews

Traction – The overall traction was very solid with all things considered. Usually when you have a translucent outsole you lose traction when dust or debris is on the court but thankfully the Air Jordan XI have solid rubber traction pods located in the heel and forefoot.

The clear sections are nice and sticky straight out the box, which is good and bad depending on court conditions. However, I played on well-maintained courts in addition to debris ridden floors and the Air Jordan XI held up perfectly fine. Worst that happened was that I needed to wipe the outsole semi-often on dusty courts.

Cushion – With the lightweight Phylon and full length Air unit in place, cushion is solid as well. While they aren’t as soft as the original or 2000/01 Retro releases, they are still leaps and bounds better than previous Air Jordan models. Impact absorption is available and consistent throughout while still maintaining decent court feel in the forefoot.
* Disclaimer * cushion is as stated in the Silver Anniversary, Cool Grey, Concord & most likely the upcoming Black/ Red colorway which are all post 2010. Air Jordan XI’s from the 2008 CDP & 2009 Space Jams are not the same.

Material – Patent leather and ballistic nylon mesh are used along the upper… oh, and a very small piece of cheap split grain leather is located at the heel. Overall, the materials are nice. The patent leather isn’t quite as strong as it could have been if it were a bit thicker but all in all, the materials performed pretty much on par with the original and previous Retro versions.
If they made an Air Jordan 11.5 with Fuse replacing the eyelets and mid panels, open mesh in place of the ballistic nylon mesh and a Jordan Melo M13 patent leather cut with heel and forefoot embedded Zoom Air… I’m drooling just thinking about it.

Fit – They fit true to size, wide footers may want to get ½ size larger or wait for the materials to break-in a bit… which they will. The mesh wraps around your foot perfectly and the patent ads some support which is greatly needed. Lockdown is great all the way up the shoe so there isn’t much to complain about. Only thing that could pose a problem is that the materials are ‘weak’ in comparison to today’s synthetics but this is where growing up in the 90’s comes into play… we’re used to this type of shoe so it doesn’t bother us at all.

Ventilation – It isn’t great but it isn’t horrible. The material is breathable so that’s going to scores some points but its noticeably not as ventilated as something like the Air Jordan VI, which I still feel has the best ventilation out of the entire lineup

Support – If the materials didn’t move with your foot so much I would say the support is great. The Carbon Fiber adds a lot of support along the entire base of the foot, not just the arch, and the overall fit provides you with the extra reassurance you’d want or need… materials just get a bit flimsy… its mesh… not much you can do.

Overall – The Air Jordan 2018 Release is a straight beast on-court. They look good, feel good and they play well on top of that. I hoped the quality wouldn’t obstruct my opinion on their performance and it honestly hasn’t. These are still one of my personal favorite on-court options of all time. There are better options, of course, but just knowing that you won’t lose and ankle or mess up your knees is definitely something to consider. It’s really their increased price that will cause someone to not wear these on-courts… I had someone come up to me one night after playing and they said “I’ve never seen anyone rock Concord’s to hoop… you must have two pairs.” I do… but even if I only had one… they’re worth playing in.



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Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Zebra VS White Zebra

Le 31 mai à  06:00
Rubriques : Air Jordans

Yeezy Boost 350 V2  Blue Zebra  VS  White Zebra

Kanye West and Adidas will reportedly be releasing a new "Blue Zebra" Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 this year, adding to the upcoming lineup that already includes a "Blue Tint" Yeezy Boost 350 V2 and a "Beluga 2.0," as well as a tonal "Dark Green" joint.

Let's checking it .

The Blue Zebra edition of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 features a White and Light blue color combination. As you can see the Primeknit upper is done in White while Light Blue forms the Zebra like print. White also lands on the stripe as well as the heel tab. Finishing the look is Light Blue on the SPLY-350 and a milky translucent outsole. This white and light blue color-combination shares a similar knit pattern of the “Zebra” edition that dropped in late February, complete with a milky why Boost sole and a heel-tab. Release information is not known yet.

adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Zebra For Sale

At the time of writing, a release date for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Zebra has  not release yet .

However , what is the difference between Blue Zebra and  White Zebra ?

White Zebra features red and backwards ‘SPLY-350’ branding on the side while the heel tab returns with a matching black stripe through the center. A milky translucence covers the Boost overlay on the midsole for a unique new twist.
Also a new brownshoe box has also been spotted for the V2 and it features a large ‘350’ on the top.

Here is a video of  White Zebra  that you will be interested .

So far , we can see clearly for the different colorway .But the others?

We will be checking when Blue Zebra Sneakers releasing .



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Top 3 classical Air jordans released in May

Le 19 mai à  03:35
Rubriques : NIKE LEBRON 14

Top 1.Best Popular is jordan 11 frost white release on May 20th

The Air Jordan 11 Low 'Frost White’ is another Air Jordan 11 Low which is a women’s exclusive. Dressed for the warmer months, this pair adds to the growing Air Jordan Heiress Collection.

This Air Jordan 11 comes dressed in a White and Pure Platinum colorway. Instead of patent leather across the mudguard and toe box, the brand is now using a textured leather. On the tongue, liner and outsole are minor hints of what appears to be Purple. Finishing the look is a translucent outsole.
Air Jordan 11 Low Frost White Release Date
The Air Jordan 11 Low GS PRM HC Frost White is scheduled to release at select Jordan Brand retailers on May 20th, 2017. Retail price is set at $115.

2.Top 2 is Air Jordan 13 Alternate on July 22nd, 2017
The Air Jordan 13 ‘Alternate’ adds to large amount of Air Jordan 13 releases during 2017 that celebrates the 20th Anniversary.
The ‘Alternate’ edition will resemble that of the ‘Chicago‘. Like done on previous models, the color blocking will be changed. They will also have a similar look of the ‘History of Flight’ Sample.

This ir Jordan 13 features a White, Metallic Silver and University Red color combination. Featuring a White leather upper, Red and Metallic Silver accents complete the look.
Air Jordan 13 Alternate Release Date
The ‘Alternate’ Air Jordan 13 is scheduled to release at select Jordan Brand retailers on July 22nd, 2017. Retail price will be $90

Top 3 is Air Jordan 13 ‘Bred' Release On summer 2017
The Air Jordan 13 ‘Bred’ will make a return in 2017 in classic form which will bring back the 3M reflective uppers.

The last time we saw the Black and Red Air Jordan 13 released was in 2013, however many were disappointed as it didn’t feature the traditional 3M reflective detailing across the uppers. For 2017, Jordan Brand will correct their wrongs.

The 2017 Air Jordan 13 ‘Bred’ features Black leather across the toe, suede on the tongue and 3M reflective mesh across the panels. In addition, Red suede will run across the lower part of the shoe which extends across the heel. Other highlights include a Red Jumpman on the tongue and the traditional hologram by the heel.
Air Jordan 13 Bred 2017 Release Date
Currently, a specific release date for the Air Jordan 13 Bred has yet to be announced, however they are expected to launch during 2017 at select Jordan Brand retailers. Retail price will be $190.

Once we have more information for you, we will make sure to update. Make sure to check back with us as more news is coming soon on sneaker hello .



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Perseverance and Adversity of a monther recognized by adidas

Le 15 mai à  11:58
Rubriques : NIKE LEBRON 14

Without Mothers, there would be no athletes in the world. Think about that for a second… Today is a celebration of motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. We see the praise of athletes and entertainers on a daily basis for being so skilled and talented, but when you go deeper into their stories, it all boils down to what Moms go through to help their child become successful in life.



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Jon Wexler and adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Zebra Pack

Le 12 mai à  04:18
Rubriques : Air Jordans

Jon Wexler and adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Zebra Pack

When you think of adidas and Zebra, the New Yeezys Boost 350 probably comes to mind, but the brand plans on doing more with the pattern. Shown is the adidas NMD R1 Primeknit ‘Zebra’ Pack which is releasing soon.

The two new adidas NMD releases come dressed in White and Black. One features a Black base while the other is done in White with the Zebra print done in the reverse shade. Constructed with Primeknit across the upper, the two feature a White Boost midsole and White across the outsole.

Jon Wexler who is the VP of adidas Global Entertainment and Influencer Marketing shared a preview of what’s in his sneaker closet. While you can probably imagine the amount of insane adidas models he has, we can actually view a portion.

The showcasing took place on his Instagram and as most of you expected, it was full of Yeezys, Ultra Boosts and of course NMDs. He also had on display both colorways of the recently released adidas Tennis Hu. As for the new Yeezys 2017, he has the V1, V2 and 750 in various colorways.
At the time of writing, a release date for the adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Zebra Pack has yet to be announced. However the two are expected to arrive at select adidas Originals retailers as well as adidas.com soon. Once we have more information, we will make sure to update you. Below you can check out a few more images which will give you a better look.



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