REBAL HUE is back with a recap of the most noteworthy sneaker releases dropping this week, it’s a big weekend for Nike with four sneaker releases.
Our sneaker selection features hyped releases such as the new The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Pine Green”, The Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “The Question”, The Nike Kyrie 6, and The Nike LeBron 17 Low “Tune Squad.”
We Are Here To Count Down The Top !0 Sneakers Of 2019
We have teamed up with Studio 3 again this time for The End Of 2019 Sneaker Report. Where we are going to count down the top 10 sneakers of 2019. Strap in, because 2019 delivered a lot on the footwear front, from modernist (even futuristic) shoes to the inevitable rework of classic styles. Nike, Adidas, Jordan—they all came to play. So, let’s get into.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin Features Antlia & Synth Vibes
Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is onYeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin. The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Citrin” first surfaced earlier this month, its new interpretation of the most well-known adidas Yeezy silhouette was a breath of fresh air, one that deviated somewhat from the line’s heavy use of tonal palettes. Now, we have our best look yet at these new 350s, and it’s safe to say that they strike an interesting balance between fresh and familiar. Continue reading “Studio 3: Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin| Review/Giveaway”
Jordan 6 | Infrared:“Black Cat”-inspired Jordan 6 from Social Status to a special colorway of Russell Westbrook’s court-ready Why Not Zer0.2.
Studio 3 is back from with another sneaker review none other than the Jordan 6 Infrared. According to Sneaker News, The highlight of the Jumpman’s plans for this illustrious weekend is undoubtedly the return of the beloved Air Jordan
6 “Infrared” equipped with its OG “Nike Air” heel hit. Combining a primarily black upper with notes of Infrared on its sole, lace stays, and heel this 1991 original has been a fan-favorite amongst Jordan fanatics for the better part of three decades.
The Vans Sk8-Hi is the first ever high-top skate shoe from the legendary pedigree of Vans, offering up a more supportive design inspired by 80s era basketball sneakers that went for more coverage extending up the foot. The Sk8-Hi has been a critical part of the Vans line since its inception, with pairs being produced regularly to this day. Continue reading “Studio 3: The Classic Vans Sk8-Hi | On Foot Review”
It has been a huge weekend in the sneaker world. The biggest talk of them was the release of “The Air Jordan 4 “Raptors.” While the shoes itself are a very straightforward colorway treatment inspired by the Toronto Raptors, the origin of the concept is a bit controversial as it traces back to Drake, the Toronto-based superstar that was set to jump ship from Jumpman into the hands of adidas.
The classic Nike Basketball silhouette has been out of the spotlight since February’s “All-Star” version—complete with removable swooshes—dropped, but it’s set to return to market next month in a brand new “Sequoia” colorway. The shoe features a dark forest green base, with black accents arriving on the mid-foot swoosh, tongue, and throat. Continue reading “Studio 3: Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Sequoia” On Foot Review”
Chris Paul teams up with the Jordan Brand for the must have back-to-school shoe this fall with The Air Jordan 12. Dressed in the signature colors of West Forsyth High in Clemmons, NC, it comes done up primarily in olive green with Sail accents and metallic gold hardware for a touch of luxury.