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Nike Kobe 9 EM Avaialble for NIKE iD

It’s official; the Kobe 9s are available to be customized on NIKE iD. Even though the first pair of Kobe 9 EMs released on March 29, Nike is quick to allow fans to personalize their shoes to their liking. The shoes are retailing for $205 with a 30 day delivery time. NIKE iD’s delivery date is comprised of the time to make the shoes plus shipping time. There are new features which allow the midsole and outso ...

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Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low HTM Collection – Exclusive Release Information

The Kobe 9 release revolution looks to continue with the release of the Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low HTM today. The "HTM" is moniker for the collaboration between Nike CEO, Mark Parker, Fragment Design Founder Hiroshi Fujiwara and Nike Innovation Leader, Tinker Hatfield to take Nike flyknit technology into the world of basketball. -= Kobe Sneaker History =- Release Date: 4.8.14 Release Location: Nike Stadium Milan ...

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Nike LeBron 11 EXT “Blue Suede” Release Date

Nike has announced an April 10, 2014 release date and $200 USD price tag for the “Blue Suede”. Yes, April 10th is correct, which is less than a week away. Last year, the LeBron 10 EXT colorways were amongst the hottest to release. In case you need a reminder, the colorways in this series include: “Black Suede, “Denim”, and “Hazelnuts”. Today we received detailed photos of the LeBron 11 “Blue Suede”. Althoug ...

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Unveiling of Nike KD VI Elite White, Gold, and Solar Red

The Nike KD VI has recently created some noise with it’s “What The” colorway. Previous colorways of the Elite series includes the “Hero Collection” and the “Team Collection”. The Elite KD series is about to have a new addition. -==Check out our Kobe Bryant Kicks Page==- Pictures of the “White/Solar Red/ Gold” edition have surfaced. The shoes are actually white with the solar red flywire being visible undern ...

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Air Force 1 Premium Cork iD Now Available

Nike iD has been exciting since its launch which allows enthusiasts to customize shoes to their liking. When new materials such as the Shedding Skin are mixed with traditional materials such as: full grain leather, suede, nubuck, and patent leather, it allows more alternatives for the customers. If you can recall, Nike had released shoes primarily made of Cork in the Lebron X. -==Check out our LeBron page== ...

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