Following the success of the Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro earlier this year, it was to wonder which Kobe Shoes from Kobe Bryant’s signature line would come next. Arguably even a better performance shoe than the Kobe 1 is the Kobe 4, which is reportedly the next Protro.New reports indicate that a Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro “Draft Day” will be among the first to release next year. Updated with modern-day tooling to mimic contemporary performance specifications, the shoe also highlights new leather and synthetics as well.
Officially unveiled earlier this month, Paul George’s fourth signature sneaker arrives in a collaborative Gatorade x Nike PG 4 Shoes “Purple” edition for one of its inaugural colorways. Evoking the flavor of the popular sports-themed beverage, the model flaunts a purple and black liquid-inspired mesh construction, along with orange laces underneath the new shroud on the tongue. Additional details include the signature PG 4 Gatorade “G” logo on the tongue, purple Swooshes on the lateral side panels with water droplets, teal Swooshes on the medial side panels, the PG logo by the toe, and purple and green hues on the midsole/outsole.
Nike continue to experiment with their sneaker releases, the Swoosh tapping NBA 2K20 for their latest KD 13 drop. Dubbed the Nike KD 13 ‘Funk’, Kevin Durant’s latest signature sneaker joins NBA 2K20’s Gamer Exclusive program, the design paying homage to Durant’s love of music.Dressed in bold floral overlays, the KD 13 will become available if you can win a MyPlayer Nation playoff game beginning May 4.
The Nike N7 collection aims to help the N7 fund which provides support to Native American and Aboriginal kids through physical activity and sport. The initiative has been up and running for a number of years now, and we’ve seen a slew of models get the N7 makeover, with the next in line the Kyrie 6. Rocking a tan base, multicoloured accents have been splashed throughout the whole upper. Specialised features include an N7 logo on the left tongue, an eye graphic embroiled on the inside, and a tape with smaller graphics along the lateral collar.No release date is set for these just yet, but we’ll keep you in the loop.
Allen Iverson and James Harden are two of the most prolific scorers to ever play in the NBA and in honor of that, Adidas and Reebok are joining forces to launch their latest Harden Vol 4 "Question."Available today is a new iteration of Harden's fourth signature basketball model with the Three Stripes that's inspired by the iconic color blocking of Iverson’s "Red Toe" Question Mid. It features a white mesh upper with contrasting grey and red suede panels on the heel counter and toecap, respectively. The look is finished off with a white Lightstrike midsole and a blue rubber outsole.According to the brands, this is only the beginning of the patnership, as fans can expect to see more from Adidas and Reebok later this year. Adidas, which has been the parent company of Reebok since 2005, dropped its first official collaboration with the brand last year in the form of the Instapump Fury Boost.