Nice Kicks has provided another look at the upcoming Regional Air Jordan I pack. Last week it was the “West Side” I’s, and this week it’s the “South Side” Jordan I’s. It appears to have taken it’s inspiration from both the Houston Rockets, and the Atlanta Hawks. Some details include patent leather, a lasered yellow swoosh, as well as a mesh toe box. An interesting note via Nice Kicks is that these Jordan’s will be the first to incorporate a mesh toe box since the famed Jordan KO’s. Expect a May release.
There is speculation based on this Pre-School Infrared VI’s that there may be a 2007 men’s release of the Infrared. Or perhaps another DMP-esque pack? Stay tuned for more info as the rumour mill turns!
If you remember from awhile back, Nike Japan released a little video spot regarding Cosplay (dressing up in costumes and acting) Nike iD. Apparently one of their characters has a blog. Yes that’s right, follow shy pink around as he checks out Nike AF1 events, gets leg-locked (see above), runs Marathon’s, goes to Stussy World Tour events, getting down and dirty at the disco all without breaking costume! If you failed to watch the Cosplay video the first time, check it after the jump!
Info: Freshness Mag
Women and heels are no stranger… however comfort and heels are almost mortal enemies. Cole Haan has strive to make the lives of women that much more bearable as they get through a long work day/evening out in the past via their use of Nike’s Air unit’s in their shoes. However, the design aspect has just been bumped up through a new collaboration between Cole Haan and Nike co.lab. In the picture above, you can see two very visible air units in the heel and the forefoot, which is kinda neat.
Image: High Snobiety
Nike recently got together with Japanese artist Kimura Kaela to celebrate her upcoming album, Scratch. Included in this pack are a Dunk High as well as a Dunk Low in contrasting colorways. Not a lot of info is known presently but keep checking back!
Image: Secret Base