The exclusive SpongeBob x Nike Kyrie collection that debuted this past summer continues with the SpongeBob x Nike Kyrie 5 “Pineapple House,” inspired by Spongebob’s pineapple-shaped house. Reflective of the pineapple with an orange/yellow finish, a leafy green lace shield is also placed to symbolize the house’s crown. Other details include the Swoosh logos and blue tones to reflect water and color of the port window, in addition to sand-inspired speckled midsoles. Completing the theme are its heels bearing an embroidered graphic of the door wheel and SpongeBob Squarepants insoles.
The third rendition of the SBBs, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Shattered Backboard 3.0,” is slated to make its official debut at retailers this weekend. Inspired by Michael Jordan’s famous slam dunk during a Nike exhibition tour game in 1985 which shattered a backboard, the shoe is covered in a two-tone theme of black and orange. The sneaker’s glossy leather construction is detailed with a crinkled texture to evoke the shattered glass theme, while a Pale Vanilla rubber sole tops off the design.
Halloween is already next week, and Nike is going to celebrate the spooky holiday early with this Air Force 1 Low “Black Skeleton.” The classic AF1 takes on a blacked-out composition across its leather makeup but the highlight is clearly directed at the upper which bear a print of a skeleton x-ray, similar to the 2018 variation. Finally, glow-in-the-dark outsoles complete the design.
Look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Black Skeleton” at select Nike stores and online, including the KicksOnFire Shop on October 25. The retail price is listed at $130. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Giannis Antetokoumpo’s signature Nike Zoom Freak 1 is set to drop in its “All Bros” part 2 colorway, this time in Noble Red, as the initial pair was offered in Total Orange. Sporting an official theme of Noble Red/Blackened Blue-Bright Crimson, the highlight of this variation is directed at the gradient midsole, bearing the hues, followed by a speckled black reverse Swoosh logo and “All Bros” printed on the insole.
Retailing for $110, look for the Nike Zoom Freak 1 “All Bros Pt. 2” at select Nike stores and online on October 27. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Official imagery of the Ghetto Gastro x Air Jordan 1 Low React “Fearless” have been unveiled, as this rendition of the AJ 1 is a collaboration with the culinary executive, Ghetto Gastro. Donning a tonal black finish across with mismatching tongues in red/green, the shoe boasts a smooth ride thanks to its Nike React foam cushioning. Red swooshes and green stitching, followed by the last line of MJ’s 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame speech and a crossed-out version of the word “FEAR” are emblazoned on the midsoles to round out the style.
The Nike LeBron 17 “Bron 2K” is an exclusive colorway of the silhouette, which actually came to fruition thanks to Nike’s SNKRS app and NBA 2K20 teaming up on “Gamer Exclusives” (GEs) — which are limited edition sneakers that are unlocked exclusively through gameplay in NBA 2K20’s new MyPLAYER Nation mode. The first offering is this tonal purple variation which coordinates perfectly with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Expect the Nike LeBron 17 “Bron 2K” to become available on October 29 and, initially, physical GE sneakers can only be purchased in the United States — virtual pairs are already accessible to all 2K players. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.