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As Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics continue their push for the playoffs, Nike is bringing some more heat to Uncle Drew’s signature line. Coming dressed in black and white, this latest colorway is reminiscent of the mouth-watering cookies and cream motif that has graced many Nike releases. The mostly white mesh upper is accompanied by a black sole and overlays (Swooshes, textured heel & shroud). As we learned from previous releases, details from Irving’s personal life are included on the Kyrie 5. The all-seeing eye on the back of the heel and the names of his mother (Elizabeth) and daughter (Azurie) on the sides. The white speckled print on the midsole completes this classic colorway.


Turbocharge your game with this Nike Kyrie 5 on 3/22 from Finish Line.

The Nike PG 3 has had quite the year since the start of 2019, a collaboration with NASA started it all and many other colorways have been used for storytelling. While PG is having an MVP-caliber season, his third signature sneaker is keeping up with his play with clean colorways. This iteration of thePG 3 comes constructed with a knitted textured upper that is paired up with Black nylon overlays. Black dominates the tongue and pull tab and it all sits atop a White sole unit with a Black Swoosh compliment the knitted upper and round out the subtle details of the shoe.

Grab your pair of the new Nike PG 3 very soon at Finish Line.com.

One of the few things that every basketball player has in common with one another is that they all lace up their shoes before each game. Nike is flipping the script on that theory, with the introduction of their auto-lacing sneakers, the Adapt BB.

Working to achieve the ‘perfect fit,’ the Adapt BB replaces the traditional lacing system with an ‘intricate series of cables, controlled by slide-touch bars on syncing phone app or two toggle buttons on the side of the shoe.’ When a wearer steps into the shoe, the technology senses tension and provides varying degrees of support depending on the needs of its wearer. Like an automatic car seat, the settings for the shoe can be stored (by manual touch or through the Nike Adapt App). Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum debuted the shoe against the Toronto Raptors a few weeks back. He described the experience to ESPN: ‘it [Adapt BB] looked better than I thought it would, and it felt great — that was most important.’

If you’re looking for an opportunity to get your hands on the Nike Adapt BB, then head you can head to the below locations on 2/17.

Finish Line Shoe Store Roosevelt Field Mall. New York.

Address: 630 Old Country Rd 1128. Garden City, NY 11530

Finish Line Shoe Store Del Amo Fashion Center. California.

Address: 3525 W Carson St, Torrance. CA 90503

Finish Line Shoe Store Park Meadows. Colorado.

Address: 8505 Park Meadows Center Dr 2021. Littleton, CO 80124

Growing up, your days are filled with dreams and imagination and it’s all fueled by an ‘unwavering curiosity of the unknown.’ In collaboration with NASA, the latest drop from Nike and Paul George focuses on that idea and dreams big. The Nike PG 3 ‘NASA’ embraces the spirit of exploration. George’s affinity for space started with his childhood. He grew up in Palmdale, California. The home of NASA’s Armstrong Building 703, which is an aeronautical research center. Embracing George’s roots, inspiration from the facility was infused into the PG 3 NASA ‘Total Orange.’

Coming dressed in ‘Total Orange,’ the upper of the shoe is reminiscent of the classic astronaut flight suit. Black & silver accents on the shoe further the homage to the suit. The midsole foam is lighter than before and paired with a forefoot Zoom Bag. Carried over from the PG 2, the forefoot “wings” will lock your foot down. One of George’s favorite quotes graces the heel of the shoe (‘Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon’) and brings the image of lunar exploration full-circle. Continuing that personal connection, details from PG’s life (birthday, jersey numbers worn, number of tattoos) are featured inside the circular traction pattern.

If you’re looking to get your hands on the PG 3 NASA ‘Total Orange’ you can head to our Roosevelt Field Mall (New York) & Del Amo Fashion Center (California) locations or at finishline.com or through our app on 1/26. The first 72 Winner Circle members to purchase the shoes at each store receive a limited edition lunar themed box, exclusive to Finish Line. 

Finish Line Shoe Store Roosevelt Field Mall. New York.

Address: 630 Old Country Rd 1128. Garden City, NY 11530

Finish Line Shoe Store Del Amo Fashion Center. California.

Address: 3525 W Carson St, Torrance. CA 90503

*Limit 1 box per customer, while supplies last. Boxes will be given on a first come, first served basis to those that qualify.

Keep it locked and grab the Nike PG 3 NASA ‘Total Orange’ on 1/26 at Finish Line.

The Nike Kyrie 5 debuted last year and has been making waves ever since. So far this season we’ve seen several insane colorways on court, rocked by the shoe’s namesake. Now, Nike Basketball and Kyrie Irving will be expanding their current lineup of the Kyrie 5 with an upcoming ‘Just Do It’ colorway. While the Kyrie 5 is the latest Swoosh Brand sneaker to receive a ‘JDI’ makeover, the theme is nothing new as we’ve seen countless sneakers get the treatment over the last year.

The shoe features a simple Black base, that has “Just” in Pink on the lateral side of the left shoe and “Do It” is seen on the lateral side of the right shoe in three different colors. As an extra touch, each shoe features a classic Red and Grey Nike tag that is stitched onto the heel piece.

You can grab your pair of the Nike Kyrie 5 ‘Just Do It’ on 1/25 from finishline.com

Serving as the sequel to last years, Nike LeBron 15 ‘Equality’ release, this year will feature two alternating styles of the LeBron 16 preaching the same message. Like last year, Nike has decided to go with both a black and a white sneaker, but brought a twist to it with two different versions. One pair comes  with the left sneaker dressed in white and the right in black, and the other pair  donning the opposite look.

Both pairs come in a White and Black color scheme. One set features White on the right shoe with Black laces, and Black on the left with White laces. The other set is complete opposite. Equality driven details are seen on the branded heel pieces, and “EQUALITY” is printed on the outsoles as well as the insoles of each sneaker..

You can grab the Nike LeBron XVI ‘Equality’ Collection on January 21st at Finishline.com. Make sure you check with your local store for more release details.

The time has finally come for the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Midnight Navy’ to be released after getting debuted last fall. 2018 was a big year for the Foamposite line and this pair is a nice start to the 2019 lineup. They come dressed in a combination of ‘Midnight Navy’ with a gum-colored sole unit. Its matte Foam shell upper gets the same look across while not taking away from the clean vibe by being to shiny.

Make sure you cop your pair of the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Midnight Navy’ on January 19th at Finishline.com.

Kevin Durant’s newest signature sneaker with the Nike made its debut this past summer, and now the KD 11 is releasing in a ‘Black, Racer Blue & Crimson’ color scheme. Its neutral color scheme allows for hoopers the world over to wear their favorite shoes while not aligning with a particular team or franchise. This iteration of the Nike KD 11 comes in a mix of Black, Racer Blue, and Crimson detailing with Light Grey stitching on the toe area. this new pairs most special embellishment is the clean black matte heel that makes these cleaner than you’d think.

Play like the best when you grab the new Nike Zoom KD11 on January 15th at Finish Line.

Written by Robbie Falchi of Sneaker History 

via Nike

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… for dope kicks. The month of December typically holds some of the season’s hottest releases and 2018’s been no different. Drops from top brands like Adidas, Nike and Puma compete for present supremacy as consumers seek the perfect holiday gifts for friends and family. The basketball category particularly hosts some fierce competitions on the hardwood and the sale sheets for the best kicks of the NBA’s Christmas Day lineup. December 25th features the league’s best teams and players in an all-day extravaganza that gets viewers excited for what shoes their favorite players are wearing. Since the 2009-10 season Nike and Adidas have released dedicated Christmas kicks based off of what the pros wear. It’s always a wonderful thing when consumers can purchase the exact same pairs on the feet of players like LeBron, D-Rose and Kobe because it allows fans to own a little piece of holiday history. Today we’re ranking our top-10 Christmas themed hoops kicks of the last decade. Check out our list and let us know online which pair is your favorite!