Hoops are back. Is there a better time of year than this? The NBA season has started up and that means tryouts for our local squad are right around the corner. If you need something fresh to hit the courts in check out some of the latest from Nike Basketball, adidas Basketball, and Jordan Brand.
This year’s edition of the Hyperdunk Flyknit is packed with energy for instant reaction. The Nike React cushioning is the latest innovation and is said to deliver greater energy return than any other Nike basketball foam that has been tested. If you’re looking for something lightweight and resilient, then try out the ‘Cool Grey’ Hyperdunk Flyknit 2017.
New season, new flow. adidas Hoops dropped the Dame 4 ‘Rip City’ the same day Dame dropped his new album, CONFIRMED. This ‘Legacy’ colorway is too clean to ignore. Dame D.O.L.L.A is bringing the heat on the court and in the studio. You know what time it is and your opponents will too when you run it up in the Dame 4.
Join the flight club. The XXXII takes some design cues from the legendary Jordan II which blends together heritage style and unrivaled innovation. The Jordan-specific Flyknit upper offers a seamless stretch and custom support while the Carbon fiber plate and FlightSpeed technology provide flexibility and explosiveness. These were Bred for flight so you can’t go wrong.
Joining forces with #Brodie and #HoodieMelo, PG is off to a solid start averaging 21p, 6r, and 3a. The latest colorway is a sleek black and gum combo. Made to keep up with PG on both ends of the court, the PG 1 provides complete comfort for the two-way players with elevated stability and all-around comfort.
Skyrisers. These are definitely statement sneakers on the court. The adaptive Primeknit upper provides a sock-like fit while the BOOST midsole propels you every step. The coral power traction pattern will keep you on your feet so you can get crazy and get explosive.
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The Nike PG 1 continues its hot-streak of releases with the new ‘Black & Gum’ pair that is next to release. This Nike PG 1 keeps things clean and simple with a full Black-based upper that sits atop a gum-brown midsole. Certainly one of the last pairs of the Nike PG1 given a new NBA season kicks off soon, this bold and daunting colorway is perfect for the fall months though. The combination of black and gum-brown are perfect for just about any sneaker and they bring a special look to this court kick.
Grab your pair of the Nike PG 1 ‘Black & Gum’ on October 20th at Finishline.com.
Nike KD X ‘Numbers’
The Nike KD X becomes the first Nike shoe to officially bear the logos of the NBA and Durants team, the Golden State Warriors. We would we guess that there will be many more NBA branded sneakers from Nike now that they’ve become the official outfitter of the league. KD is expected to open the season in these as they come dressed in a white, royal and university gold color scheme. This KD 10 features a white Flyknit upper with GSW-themed Swoosh logos on the sides. Highlighting the shoe is an embossed NBA logo on the tongues and Warriors logos on the insole and outsole, talk about making a quick impression.
Make sure you grab the Nike KD X ‘Numbers’ on September 30th at Finishline.com.
Nike Kyrie 3 ‘University Red’
Kyrie Irving has been the talk of the off-season as he asked to be traded out of Cleveland and had basketball fans shocked. Uncle Drew finally ended up being traded to the Boston Celtics, so Nike had to start changing their plans for his signature shoe. Before the Celtics colorways start rolling out, we are getting a ‘University Red’ pair that comes dressed in a mix of red and grey that will end the month of September. The sleek red upper comes constructed in suede with a quilted pattern revealing Kyrie Irving’s signature embossed throughout. An embroidered Swoosh in Grey adds a nice premium touch, all while sitting atop a White rubber sole. Talk about some great detail from Nike and Kyrie.
The Nike Kyrie 3 ‘University Red’ will be coming soon and you can grab your pair at Finishline.com.
Nike PG 1 ‘Superstition’
This summer has been unlike any other for Paul George. He was traded to OKC back in June and Indiana Pacer fans weren’t very happy. Since then he has settled down in Oklahoma City and prepared for the season as he and Russell Westbrook look to become the next big dynamic duo in the NBA. A new home for PG means that new colorways of the Nike PG 1 are expected. This first colorway is being dubbed the ‘Baseline’ and it comes dress in a grey suede build with lasered detailing throughout the upper. OKC details appear on the lateral forefoot with “OKC PG13” lettering, which is the first PG1 to rep his new home.
Grab your pair of the Nike PG 1 ‘Superstition’ on September 30th at Finishline.com.