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Nike’s LeBron 18 Low Receives the “LeBronold Palmer” Treatment

After teaming up with Nike to produce a Lakers-inspired Air Max 95, LeBron James is shifting his focus back to his basketball sneaker lineup to roll out a LeBron 18 Low “LeBronold Palmer”. The iced tea and lemonade beverage motif was previously utilized on models like the LeBron 9 Low in 2012 and then later on for the LeBron 12 Low back in 2015.Vivid in every sense of the word, these refreshing hoop kicks commence with a “White Lime” hue that paints over the synthetic materials that make up a majority of the upper, and come neighbored by “New Green” complements that build out the ripstop tongues and laces. Tropical leaf patterns snatch most of the attention here as they are visible through the mid-foot and toe boxes. Additionally, “Bright Mango” blasts navigate their way onto the Swooshes, tongue signatures and LeBron crowns on the heels.If you move downwards, you’ll discover more of the same color-blocking, the most pronounced being the “New Green” heel counters and “Bright Mango” Air units out back. Forefoot sections are where the Nike React cushioning is housed, and it is predominantly surrounded by a bright white midsole.No official release details have been announced yet, but it’s likely that Nike and other retailers will be dropping these in the coming weeks for $160 USD.Want more footwear news? Check out official imagery of the Nike KD 14.

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Kevin Durant’s Nike KD 14 Has Been Revealed

A sizable chunk of Kevin Durant’s season has been stripped from him due to his aggravating hamstring injury, but while he rests on the sidelines, he’s taking this opportunity to generate some noise off the floor by unveiling his newest signature shoe: the Nike KD 14. The new silhouette is vastly different from the KD 13, and features a duo of lockdown elements that are blended up with playfully styled uppers.For his newest offering, the Brooklyn Nets’ superstar elects to cop his new model down to a mid-profile and employs a two-layered upper that features a synthetic underlay and abstract overlapping patterns. This inaugural colorway fills in the former with a punchy orange hue, while the latter contrasts in stark black. Perhaps the most intriguing component of the shoe is the mid-foot as it brings back the lockdown strap akin to the KD 4 and KD 7, as well as ushers in a medial side cage that is reminiscent of the Nike Air Presto. Below the Presto-inspired piece, tonal tally marks add up to 14 to nod to his newest model. More details to point out include that of KD’s logo that rests on the tongues, in addition to the synthetic heel counters that are embedded with wave-like textures.Similar to that of Paul George’s Nike models, this hardwood-ready proposal brings in a full-length Zoom Air strobile cushioning system.Retailers have this newest model dropping on April 17, 2021 for $150 USD via Nike and select retailers.Elsewhere in the world of footwear, Nike Basketball just revealed its newest “Greater Than” sneaker series.

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Bad Bunny and adidas Officially Announce Forum Low “Easter Egg” Collaboration

Bad Bunny and adidas have officially announced their second collaboration following : a Forum Low “Easter Egg.” Following in the footsteps of a coffee-themed Forum Low “The First Café,” the “Easter Egg” is a cheeky, seasonally-appropriate release that was first teased last week and plays off Bad Bunny’s name, the Easter Bunny and Easter Egg hunts. To sum things up succinctly, the Easter Bunny has some serious competition this year: BB’s new Forum features an eccentric upper, made of premium pink leather that’s overlaid with supple pink suede. Various pink shades are used throughout this assemblage for tonal contrast, and a signature strap with a black rollercoaster buckle sits atop the tongue.Beneath this buckle lies another of the shoe’s signature details: a doubled-up tongue equipped with the reggaeton superstar’s now-familiar eye graphic on the removable top layer. This embellishment is known as “El Ojo” (“The Eye” in Spanish), and if you open the buckle’s strap you’ll see “Yo Visto Asi” tucked in its velcro folds — a saying that translates to “I dress like this” or “I dress this way.” Down below, the look is rounded off with icy pink outsoles. So far, the partnership between Bad Bunny and adidas Originals has been all it was cracked up to be. The aforementioned “The First Café” sold out instantly, and is now going for anywhere from $475-$2,000 USD on aftermarket sites like GOAT. With resell prices in the four figures before its release and an instantaneous sellout all but guaranteed on release day, the “Easter Egg” is looking to continue that trend. View this post on InstagramA post shared by @badbunnyprLook for the Bad Bunny x adidas Forum Low “Easter Egg” to release via the adidas CONFIRMED app and at select retailers on April 4 before rolling out across most of Latin America on April 6. The MSRP is set at $140 USD. For more from the world of adidas, check out on-foot shots of Kanye West’s forthcoming YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Mono Mist.”

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