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Nike Air Penny V – Invisibility Cloak

Fans of the Nike Zoom Kobe VII "Invisibility Cloak" and its color changing upper are going to love this. The Nike Air Penny V "Invisibility Cloak" utilizes the same iridescent green/purple coloring of its namesake Kobe on the midsole and highlights throughout a black upper. With release and pricing info still unavailable for the Air Penny V, the latest signature for NBA great Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, this ...

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Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse QS – Infrared

The latest remix on the classic Air Max is the Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse "Infrared", which sacrifices little in the way of classic styling for a lighter and more breathable design.  The white and neon red upper definitely pops off the foot. The Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse "Infrared" drops in a quick strike release at select European retailers Friday, 07/27/2012 for €149.00 (approximately $181.00 USD.)  And do ...

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NIKEiD Team USA Pack – Zoom Kobe VII – Zoom KD IV, Hyperdunk

'MERICA!  Today NIKEiD released three new Team USA colorways for your customizing pleasure.  Shoes getting the red, white, and blue treatment include the Zoom Kobe VII, Zoom KD IV, and Hyperdunk 2012. Available now at NikeiD.  Prices vary based on options.  Customize your patriotic sneaks and share them with us @kicksologists or on Facebook. [phpbay]nike zoom kobe vii usa, 6[/phpbay] ...

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adidas Top Ten 2000 – Lakers

The Top Ten 2000 is one of the first shoes Kobe Bryant strapped on as a Laker, and several of its design elements carried over to Bryant's first adidas signature in 1997, the KB8 (Later re-released as the Crazy 8 after Kobe left for Nike). Featuring Feet You Wear technology that helped adidas maintain its top-tier position in the basketball shoe market at the tail end of the 1990s, the adidas Top Ten 2000 " ...

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Air Jordan IV – Rorschach – Watchmen Custom

Custom crafter Sekure D has a great idea: Make a line of custom Air Jordan IVs based on the character's of Alan Moore's classic limited-run comic series, "Watchmen". Starting with "Dr. Manhatten", his second effort pays tribute to brutal street enforcer "Rorschach", with notes of his white and black spotted mask and brown trench coat in the upper, along with other details from the comic. The Sekure D Air Jo ...

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