Cheap Chris Paul Shoes

Since entering the NBA as a fresh-faced rookie from Wake Forest in 2005, Chris Paul has become one of the league’s premier point guards, and now Jordan Brand is set to debut his twelfth signature shoe: the CP3.XII. The brand’s longest-tenured basketball athlete behind only Carmelo Anthony — whose now-dormant signature line is unlikely to be revived — Paul has seen it all during his decade-plus on the hardwood, so JB has created an owl-themed logo for this new design to acknowledge his wise ways. Upon closer examination, you’ll also see that the logo is constructed of his family’s zodiac symbols, a clever and heartfelt detail that long-time Paul fans are sure to appreciate. Apart from his re-worked logo, CP3’s new Jordans also feature a few design differences. Gone is the forefoot strap from the past two models, replaced instead by an upper constructed of a performance knit and a leather heel counter.

When Chris Paul, a product of nearby West Forsyth (N.C.) High School, committed to Wake Forest, no one involved with his recruitment knew he’d be future Hall of Fame good. But what coaches, teammates and managers all say is they immediately noticed his relentless drive to compete.

During Paul’s two seasons with the Deacons, from 2003 to ’05, he was named the ACC rookie of the year and was a consensus All-American as a sophomore. He also led the team to the Sweet 16 as a freshman, the Deacs were ranked No. 1 by the Associated Press for the first time in program history and had a combined six wins against in-state rivals North Carolina, Duke and N.C. State.

This is the story of Paul’s tenure at Wake Forest that proved a hometown kid really can make good.

Tim Fuller, West Forsyth junior varsity coach, Wake Forest director of basketball operations: When I looked in the open gym (before Paul’s junior year of high school), I was like, These guys…

However, there are some similarities as well, as the combo of a herringbone traction pattern and forefoot Zoom Air that’s become a staple of the line is present and accounted for. The shoe will debut this summer in three colorways inspired by Paul’s career path: a black/red dubbed “Unfinished Business,” a sleek wolf grey titled “Leader Of The Pack,” and a wild black with colorful patterns and accents that’s been given a “Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde” moniker. Paul’s new Jordans unfortunately won’t see any more on-court action this season, as his Rockets were bounced from the playoffs by Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors for the fourth time in the past five postseasons, but you can get a first look at all three makeups right here. Let us know which pair is your favorite, and stay tuned to our Jordan Release Dates page for further information as it’s available.
Jordan CP3.XII
Release Date: Summer 2019

Cheap Air Max 2011

When it comes to sneakers the fans are sometimes split between two very different demographics. There are the fans out there that really enjoy their retros and then there are the ones who prefer their shoes to be more modern and full of the latest technologies available. While we are in no position to say who is right or wrong, we have to say that we are fully able to appreciate both sides. Today we are going to be looking at an example of one of the more modern shoes, this is the new Nike Air Max 2011 in White and Metallic Silver.

The women’s variation of the Nike Air Max 2011 from the brand’s Summer 2016 N7 collection is now available for purchase, as the special capsule which recognizes the movement of sport on Native lands and driving awareness of Native American culture, just released yesterday.

While the men’s offering sported a more toned down look, this particular iteration flaunts a cleaner profile with tonal white for its lightweight hyperfuse upper. Bright mango accents on the laces, inner lining and full-length visible sole unit complement the overall palette, while touches of dark turquoise on the Swooshes and branding across the tongue, as well as on the heel further creates a vibrant, yet aesthetically pleasing combination.

Retailing for $165, you can purchase a pair at select Nike retailers now, or directly through the label’s official online shop.

This one will make a great shoe for the spring time as it features a white and silver Fuse upper that is set on top of a 360 degree Air sole. Metallic silver accents will be featured on the branding, cushioning and the lining as well.

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The Nike Air Max2 Light has had a successful year, which including a collaboration with Tokyo’s atmos label.

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Next up for the silhouette is this upcoming White/Black offering. The shoe features a White mesh underlay with matching leather around the toe. Black mesh covers the toe area, while continuing on the overlays, Swoosh logos, laces, heel, and rubber sole. Adding a bit of contrast are Red hues on the tongue.

Next up for the Nike Air Max2 Light is this clean White and Black color scheme that should have no problem fitting into your weekly rotation.

This iteration of the Nike Air Max2 Light features a White mesh underlay with even more White noted on the leather around the toe. Sharp contrast is made by way of the Black mesh on the toe area, overlays, Swoosh logos, laces, heel, and rubber sole. A bit of Red can be seen by way of the tongue lining.

No release date has been announced, but the you can expect the Nike Air Max2 Light White Black to drop very soon at select retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $140.

Check out the official photos below, and expect this Air Max2 Light to release very soon at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $140 USD.

Nike Air Max2 Light
Color: White/Black
Style Code: AO1741-106
Price: $140

Cheap Salomon

More proof trail racing is gaining momentum outside the running world: London-based, 1990s-inspired skateboarding brand Palace just released a collaborative version of Salomon’s Speedcross 4. The shoe features a mesh upper with splattered patterning across the wrapped overlays in two colorways, black and white.

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Designed for gripping gnarly technical terrain and sticking to the side of a trail berm like a skateboard hugs a vert ramp, Palace’s Speedcross 4 appears to have kept everything that made the original 2016 Salomon great: excellent foot lockdown and a firm but smooth ride over aggressive chevron lugs. Salomon’s Quicklace fastening system makes its trademark appearance, with long cord laces that tighten easily and tuck into a lace garage. (You can see what we thought of the original Speedcross 4 here; Salomon has since released the Speedcross 5 earlier this year.) The skateboarding brand’s mark is evident in the color graphics and Palace branding on the tongue and at the toe.

To celebrate this breadth of beauty, Salomon is teaming with GearJunkie to give away a trip to its upcoming WMN Summit in summer 2020. Along with this, the brand will hand out eight second-prize packages that include a pair of OUTline Mid GTX hiking shoes and an OUT NIGHT 28+5 backpack.

Although the grand-prize WMN Summit winner will be female, anyone can nominate a woman for entry. And anyone can win the shoe and backpack prize packages.

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Salomon 2020 WMN Summit
Whether you’re a woman interested in trad climbing, indoor bouldering, skiing, running, or any other activity that gets you playing outside, this is the giveaway for you. Salomon’s 2020 WMN Summit will take place near Whistler, British Columbia, and will gather female Salomon ambassadors, staff, media, and friends.

It includes a few days of adventure, workshops, family dinners, and — of course — plenty of fun. The goal is to promote those who identify as female, doing whatever they want with the outdoors as a canvas to explore this potential.

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How do you land a spot at Salomon’s summer 2020 WMN Summit or win one of the other prize packages? Head to our Women’s Summit sweepstakes page to enter your name and email address — and potentially the name of your female nominee — in the drawing. The contest runs through October 29.

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This article is sponsored by Salomon. You can find more information on the brand’s 2020 WMN Summit giveaway here.

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As hiking and trail shoes continue to gain (deep-lugged) traction in sneaker culture, you can expect to see more fashion brands teaming up to make over your favorite trail running shoes soon. In the meantime, look for this Palace x Salomon shoe collaboration when it drops on Palace’s website and in stores on September 6.

Cheap Nike Air Span

Nike expands on their Air Span II lineup by now offering a brand new color combination dressed in a mix of White, Wolf Grey, and Pure Platinum.

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This iteration comes with a mesh upper with synthetic leather overlays. Also included are the necessary Air Span II branding atop a Max Air unit and rubber outsole.

The Nike Air Span 2 is back in a new colorway for the month of December, and it’s covered in a perfect fall theme of Black/White-Olive Canvas. Featuring a leather and mesh upper with nubuck accents, the sneaker is detailed with Air Span II branding on the heels, along with Nike Air embroideries on the heel tabs. Finally, a white midsole and black/olive rubber sole tops off the style.

Retailing for $110, look for the Nike Air Span 2 Olive Canvas at select Nike stores and online soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

You can now find the latest Nike Air Span II Pure Platinum available at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Foot District.

Nike Air Span II
Color: White/Wolf Grey-Pure Platinum
Style Code: AH8047-105

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To celebrate the 2019 French Open, Nike is releasing a special version of the NikeCourt Cage 3 Glove.

This pair is inspired by Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal’s 11 career French Open titles. It will also be worn by the clay court legend as he chases his 12th Coupe des Mousquetaires in this year’s tournament. As a visual representation of all 11 Grand Slam wins, Nike has dressed the Cage 3 Glove in a wild “What The” color scheme.

French fashion carries the nation’s innate flair — an unflappable, natural elegance. Simplicity and refinement, the core tenets of French style, underpin the Unité Totale collection, a 12-shoe women’s-exclusive assortment celebrating this summer’s tournament host.

Unite Totalé is highlighted by two Nike Air Max 98 versions, a Nike Air Max Plus, the Nike React Element 55 and the Benassi Slide Lux. These honor design details from the French national women’s team collection, inclusive of its custom font, hallmark strips, red and rose gold accents, and a new hexadot pattern. Just as on the French jersey, each shoe is marked with “Nos Differences Nous Unissent,” strong reminder of the unifying power of diversity.

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The remaining shoes in the collection — Air Max 720, Air Max Dia, VAPORMAX 2019, Zoom 2K, Air Jordan 1, Epic React FK2 and Benassi JDI — are an exercise in relaxed poise. Each comes in a white base punctuated by the French hexadot pattern and accented in rose gold and carry the “Nos Differences Nous Unissent” tag.

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Along with the footwear, Unité Totale presents three street-ready takes on the classic football kit, inclusive of a dress, retro-styled jersey and graceful T-shirt with hexadot arms.

In aggregate, Unité Totale revels in the meld of French fashion and sporting exuberance. The collection releases May 16.

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Each pattern on the shoe is borrowed from one of the shoes he was wearing when he captured a French Open title: the Nike Air Max Breathe Free II (2005), Nike Air Max Breathe III (2006), Nike Air Max Breathe Cage (2007), Nike Air Max Breathe Cage II (2008), Nike Air Max CourtBallistec 2.3 (2010), Nike Air Max CourtBallistec 3.3 (2011), Nike Air Max Court Ballistec 4.3 (2012-2014), Nike Lunar Ballistec 2 (2017), and Nike Air Zoom Cage III (2018).

“It’s an emotional shoe,” Nadal tells Sole Collector. “The details on the shoe have a small piece of history from every Roland Garros I’ve won so it’s a special one. I’m super happy to wear it and think Nike did a great job.”

The shoe itself is dressed in a “Volt Glow/White” color scheme and sports a zipper shroud inspired by the Air Zoom Flight. It is scheduled to hit nike.com and other select retailers on May 26 in limited quantities.

Cheap Nike ACG

The Nike ACG Air Skarn is now revealed in a “Purple/Olive” colorway, and this variation is updated courtesy of Nike’s ReGrind program, which utilizes recycled manufacturing materials and athletic shoes to produce new sneakers. With this style built for the outdoors and performance under Nike’s innovative All Conditions Gear line, the textile upper is coated in purple with neon threading, while olive synthetic suede overlays provide additional reinforcement. Finally, a white midsole and durable black outsole with yellow accents top off the style.

Retailing for $120, look for this colorway of the Nike ACG Air Skarn at select Nike stores overseas today. A stateside release is coming soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

The Air Max 270 has served as a proper jump-off point for the Swoosh sportswear lineup as the heel-cushioning unit spawned a new generation of lifestyle models. Debuting last Fall, the Air Max 270 Bowfin emerged as a modernized take on an ACG classic from the mid-2000s – the River Spike designed by none other than Nike legend Peter Fogg. The updated silhouette returns with a colorway like something right out of the All Conditions Gear archives as it features hints of the foundational color palette against a concrete grey base, and while the Bowfin was never officially billed as part of Nike’s outdoor-focused footwear and apparel initiative, it might as well be considered part of its extended family. Expect these and a series of other Air Max 270 Bowfins to hit stores this Fall.
Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin
$160
Style Code: AJ7200-009

Cheap Air Max 98

The Air Max 98, since joining mainline releases after a luxurious take by streetwear imprint Supreme, continues to be a fan favorite with colorways both simple and loud. After much of the latter, the pair is slowly fusing the two with accents coming together in neon palettes across a scheme aptly described as “Highlighter.” Taking on an almost two-tone arrangement, the pair is half split between black and white at its base; the latter is the most sparing thanks to its smooth leather while the lower half is heavily more varied as the dark shade deviates ever-so-slightly thanks to its swap in materials.

Having arrived on other models such as the Air Max 95 and Air Max 90 this month, the popular South Beach colorway is now making its way onto the classic Air Max 98 this Fall. Keeping its customary textile and synthetic layers arriving on its upper, this low-profile iteration utilizes a white base and calls upon striking hues of neon pink present on the rear stitching, Air Unit, and tongue nodding to the Miami’s high-spirited nightlife and teal accents on its Swoosh logos, tongue, and lacestays aimed to mirror the city’s paradise beach waters. Grab a detailed look at the pair here below and expect these to roll out at select Nike retailers in the coming weeks.
Nike Air Max 98
Style Code: AH6799-065

Accents, which are the most standout by comparison, take on bright swathes of orange and volt green across its various embroidery found throughout. Webbing show off subtle striping, toe boxes have miniature swooshes much like the profiles, and type break out from atop their neutral backdrops. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it available now at Nike.com.
Nike Air Max 98 “Highlighter”
Available
$160
Color: Platinum Tint/Electric Green/Bright Crimson/Black
Style Code: 640744-015

Cheap Air Max 2006

Nobody does Air Max collaborations quite like atmos, and now the Japanese masterminds are back for the third iteration of their beloved “Animal Pack” series with a trifecta of new takes on the Nike Air Max 1. Although the trio of AM1s that make up the “Animal Pack 3.0” are indeed spiritual successors to 2006’s 1.0 iteration and 2018’s 2.0 model, the main difference here is that each pair focuses on a single style of animal print with their horsehair uppers, discarding the amalgamation of patterns present on previous releases in favor of an ever-so-slightly more simple look.

This weekend, Complex takes over the McCormick Place convention center for the first annual ComplexCon Chicago festivities. Of course, there are plenty of exclusive sneaker drops to look forward that are highlighting this week of releases.

Cheap Air Max 2006

Releases start on Thursday with the overseas launch of the “Light Bone” Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon 2, and “EYBL” Nike KD 12s. On Friday, the “Bright Citron” Undercover x Nike Daybreak, Concepts x Versace Chain Reaction, and “Lakers” Air Jordan XIII all arrive at select retailers.

Releases wrap up on Saturday with the “Inner Light” Pharrell x Adidas SolarHU pack, and “NASA 50th” Nike PG 3. The Atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Animal 3.0″ collection and “MCA” Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 will both be releasing exclusively at ComplexCon Chicago.

For a more detailed look at all of the pair’s mentioned above, check out a Complete Guide to This Weekend’s Sneaker Releases.

One pair offers a lethal tiger print accented by blue Swooshes, another pair coats its upper in a classic leopard style with orange Swooshes, and the third introduces a brand-new giraffe pattern, topped off with green Swooshes. Crafted alongside artist and long-time Nike partner Dave White, each pair will release exclusively at the atmos flagship in Sendagaya on July 12th, and will then roll out to the atmos app on July 13th. They’ll also be accompanied by a full capsule collection of apparel and accessories. Take a look at all three pairs below, and be ready: you’ll want to be quick if you’re looking to catch a pair — or pairs — of these animal kingdom-themed Nike shoes on release day. Not lucky enough to be in Japan? You’ll have another chance if you’re attending ComplexCon Chicago, as they’re set to release there as well.

Cheap Nike Air Yeezy

The Adidas Streetball, a ’90s sneaker made strictly for the blacktop, has made it’s return to the retail space, although the kicks look completely different than the original. In fact, the only real similarity here is that the upcoming silhouette bears the “Streetball” moniker.

adidas is set to revisit one of Kanye West’s most iconic colorways, albeit one from his time with Nike, in the form of an upcoming version of the recently-released Streetball silhouette. Leaked product shots show the adidas Streetball done up in a colorway that is almost identical to the “Blink” Nike Air Yeezy 1 from 2009.

A predominantly black base gives way to dark grey and pink detailing, with a glow in the dark sole completing the nostalgic look. This isn’t the first time that West’s colorways have been reappropriated on different silhouettes. The same happened with the Solar Red and Red October Air Yeezy 2s, as well as the Turtle Dove YEEZY Boost 350 from 2015.

It’s somewhat surprising that adidas has taken a ten-year old colorway from it’s closest rival no less, however, the leaked images got most of the sneaker community talking over the weekend, which may well have been the point.

According to House of Heat, the colorway will be released later this Fall for $120, so anyone hoping to buy a pair (or at least see it in person) will likely have to wait a little before doing so.

Check it out above and decide for yourself whether adidas used the Blink colorway as inspiration.

The revamped Adidas Streetball silhouette appears to borrow design cues from the wildly popular Adidas Yeezy 700, featuring a combination of leather, mesh and suede throughout the layered upper. Additionally, one of the upcoming releases perfectly mimics another of Kanye West’s most popular sneakers – the Nike Air Yeezy 1 “Blink” colorway.