UPDATE: As usual, Kith has again gone ahead and released some amazing shots of the newest arrivals. This wheat sneakerboot just arrived at the NY retailer, so grab them if you missed out.


The latest Nike icon to be added to the winterised Sneakerboot stable is the Air Trainer SC High. A previously dominate force in the cross-training sector, the weather-shielding application now adds an entirely new dimension of outdoor performance to the rugged silhouette – even though we feel it’s highly unlikely you will spot these scaling the high Sierras or hiking through the Alps. With that in mind, if you’re choosing between these and a pair of Timbs, we know exactly where our money will land. Rock City Kicks is the source, you sleep you weep.

- Originally published September 10, 2014. 

Pharrell and adidas’ partnership officially kicks off this weekend with the release of the adidas Stan Smith x Pharrell “Monochrome Pack”. Designed to match the leather adidas track jackets that Pharrell has been rocking throughout the year, the pack features three solid colorways of the Stan Smith in either Blue, Black, or Red. Release date is set for 9/20 at select adidas retailers.

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Adding to our first post on these form yesterday, new and very detailed pictures of the Air Jordan 11 Retro “Pantone” have leaked onto the ‘Net. Still no word on a release date but we have heard from a reliable source that we should expect to see these drop this Fall at select Jordan retailers. Check out the flicks and stay tuned for more.

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With the Fall season approaching, Nike is set to dip their Nike Roshe Run NM in the palette of the season with the Nike Roshe Run NM “Barkroot Brown”. Going with an earth tone vibe, the “Barkroot Brown” Roshe Run NM features a full Barkroot Brown nubuck and mesh upper sitting on a Sail sole. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.

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In addition to the "Barkroot Brown" Nike Roshe Run NM that we looked at earlier today, Nike is taking the Roshe Run NM back to basics with the Nike Roshe Run NM “Black/Sail”. A simple two tone colorway, the “Black/Sail” Nike Roshe Run NM features a mix of Black nubuck and mesh sitting on a Sail outsole. Take a look at the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.

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It looks like adidas and the adidas Top Ten will be ready for All Hallows’ Eve as we have our first look at the adidas Top Ten “Halloween”. The “Halloween” Top Ten goes with the traditional Halloween palette of Black and White with a skeleton graphic emblazoned across the body of the sneakers. No word on an exact release date but expect these to drop in time for Halloween. Check out the detailed pictures in the meantime.

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Adding to the Nike Air Flight 89 “Gym Red” that we looked at earlier, Nike is set to drop an Air Jordan 4 Retro “Columbia” like take on the Air Flight 89 this Fall with upcoming “New Slate” colorway. The “New Slate” Air Flight 89 features a mix of White, Wolf Grey, and New Slate throughout including a New Slate and White speckled midsole. Check out the detailed pictures and stay tuned for more.

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Following up on the two launch colorways of the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run, Nike is set to infuse a bit more color into the all new Roshe Run flip with the upcoming Nike Flyknit Roshe Run “Berry”. Going with a Red based muticolor vibe, the “Berry” Flyknit Roshe Run features a mix of Red hues on the upper trimmed in Black. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.

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After officially blowing the lid on the LeBron 12 yesterday, it seems Nike has one more trick up their sleeves following up today with the all new Zoom Hypercross Trainer. Clad in an extreme dosage of volt, it’s once your eyes see past the heavy highlighting that we see the familiar tooling, and to some degree, the main attraction to this piece of foot-weaponry. Featuring the same Hexagonal Zoom Air design as the LBJ12, as a training shoe these show considerable promise. In a lower format compared to the LBJ12, we’re curious to see how the flexibility has been amplified and truly just how far Nike’s latest and greatest piece of footwear innovation can be pushed in the training realms. Set to drop October 10 at and select retailers, for the minute bump through the gallery above for a full set of views, and stay tuned for a widespread release list to arrive in the coming days.