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Apr 26, 2017
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BRONX NEWS: NYPD detective charged in drunken driving crash that killed woman

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Apr 26, 2017
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adidas Is Launching a London Exclusive Colorway of the Iniki Runner

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Image via: The Sole Supplier

adidas Originals’ Iniki Runner has quickly become a fan favorite, merging a simple retro-inspired design with the Three Stripes’ contemporary BOOST technology. Among the spate of new colorways that have launched so far this season is an exclusive London edition, featuring a classic black and red color palette and a gum rubber outsole. The kicks are set to launch on May 4th, and they’ll only be available from one source: the adidas Originals London flagship store on Foubert’s Place.

Release Date: 5/4/17 (Thursday)

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Apr 26, 2017
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Ronnie Fieg Teases Kith x Nike Collaboration

To no surprise but to much excitement, an official Kith x Nike collaboration is on the way. Following pop-up shops, installations and many co-branded activations, Ronnie Fieg let it be known that something official is on the way with “RunSet” serving as the preview.

Could this mean Kith x Nike Air VaporMax coming soon like the Culture album? That’s just wishful thinking on our part, but keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more info.

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Apr 26, 2017
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Go Inside Titolo’s New Basel Store

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Image via: Titolo

Swiss retailer Titolo has opened its third brick-and-mortar location. Joining already existing stores in Zurich and Bern, the new Basel shop is the biggest one yet, featuring an expansive inventory that includes a wide array of brands: adidas, New Balance, ASICS, Vans, PUMA and more. Nike, meanwhile, has its own dedicated space, accessible up a short flight of stairs and offering limited editions alongside general-release fare. Check out more looks in the gallery below, and be sure to stop into the store if you’re in the area.

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Apr 26, 2017
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Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” With Nike Air Could Release During All-Star Weekend 2018

2018 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 3. The famed Tinker Hatfield creation has largely been considered his best work. To that end, the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” is regarded as one of the best Air Jordans of all-time. And nothing quite beats the shoe in its original form, with Nike Air perched at its heel.

Reports have surfaced today that the very shoe we covet so highly will return in 2018 during NBA All-Star weekend.

Given the aforementioned anniversary, a release next year makes absolute sense. Moreover, All-Star weekend typically highlights several of the best Jordan Brand drops of the year, more just cause for this release. Jordan Brand, however, hasn’t confirmed this report and likely won’t anytime soon even if its true. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more.

Note – images are of the 2001 Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” via khd_film

Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"
Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”
Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"
Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”

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Apr 26, 2017
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Jim Harbaugh Gave Pope Francis “Michigan” Air Jordan 5 PEs

According to ancient Hebrew scriptures and Pope Francis, 2017 is a year of jubilee. Well, the captain of Catholicism has even more reason to smile and be joyous thanks to a gift from a buddy in Ann Arbor.

On tour with his team in Rome, Jim Harbaugh delivered the Pope a pair of the very rare and unreleased Air Jordan 5 Michigan PEs along with a U of M helmet. While we cannot confirm at this time whether or not Pope Francis will rock these or keep them deadstock, best believe that if he does break them out he’ll headline Celebrity Sneaker Stalker.

On that note, while sports have always been a place of great debate, the only question now is who is the coolest coach in amateur athletics: Coach Harbaugh or Coach Cal? One takes his team overseas and blesses the Pope with PEs while the other rocks mismatched OVO Jordans from Drake to recruit.

The answer? Gotta be Harbaugh ‘cuz it’s better to give than receive.

Stay blessed.

Also funny…

Lead image via @AlanHoldren props to SB Nation

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Apr 26, 2017
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Future Previews New Reebok Signature Sneaker

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Image via: Future

Future has taken to Instagram to offer a first look at his upcoming sneaker collaboration with Reebok. The new silhouette follows up on their previous project, the “Freebandz” Zoku Runner, featuring a hybrid design that appears to fuse the the zig-zagging lines of the Reebok Kamikaze II with the distinctive tooling of the Instapump Fury. The build incorporates a mix of perforated mesh and suede, finished in a tonal off-white color scheme. Stay tuned for pricing and release details.

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Apr 26, 2017
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The adidas Pure Boost DPR Gets a “Multicolor” Update

Nike may have made Multicolor famous but other brands have taken the rainbow-colored theme and ran with it. Adidas, of course, is the primary “other.” They’ve applied the glowing palette to many of their signature silhouettes, including the Ultra Boost 3.0. Today, though, the Pure Boost gets a shot at the cultural trending color coat.

The shoes primary focus is its knitted upper that features breathable mesh construction for a mixed material onset. Black accents fill the remainder of the upper which rest atop Boost cushioning. And while the UB 3.0 “Multicolor” is certainly the prize in this race, don’t sleep on the adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor” on May 30.

adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor”

Release Date: May 30, 2017
Price: 0

adidas Pure Boost DPR "Multicolor"
adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor”
adidas Pure Boost DPR "Multicolor"
adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor”
adidas Pure Boost DPR "Multicolor"
adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor”
adidas Pure Boost DPR "Multicolor"
adidas Pure Boost DPR “Multicolor”

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Apr 26, 2017
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BRONX NEWS: Fordham U. blocked formation of pro-Palestinian group: suit


Fordham University unfairly blocked four students from forming a pro-Palestinian group because deans worried the group would “stir up controversy” and use the term “apartheid” to describe Israel, a new lawsuit charges.


Students Ahmad Awad, Sofia Dadap, Sapphira Lurie and Julie Norris allege they followed the private Jesuit university’s guidelines for forming their group, Students for Justice in Palestine, but were stalled at every turn by Dean of Students Keith Eldredge, Dr. Dorothy Wenzel and Director of the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development, among other higher-ups.


The process, which should have taken a matter of weeks beginning in November 2015, instead took months and months, they say.


“As a Palestinian on campus, I was denied the opportunity to advocate for freedom for my people,” said Awad, who is a senior. “Instead of encouraging our human rights advocacy, the university sided with those trying to silence our voices.”

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During a meeting on Dec. 12, Eldredge asked the students whether they would advocate for the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement meant to economically isolate Israel — and whether the effort would spell the dissolution of the Jewish state, according to the suit.


Eldredge also asked whether the students would use the term “apartheid” to describe Israel, and whether they would work with national advocacy groups like Jewish Voice for Peace, J Street and Seeds of Peace, according to papers.


The students said they supported the movement known as BDS and were open to collaborating with other advocacy groups.


Nevertheless, on Dec. 22 — after receiving approval from the student government to form the group — Fordham’s deans informed the students they would prohibit Students for Justice in Palestine, the suit says.

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“I felt disgusted,” Awad says in an affidavit. “For nearly four years I had heard Fordham administrators speak about Jesuit values, about creating moral people, being kind and taking care of those less fortunate. When I received this decision, I understood this message did not apply to Palestinians. I felt defeated.”


A letter from Eldredge explained the university’s decision.


“While students are encouraged to promote diverse political points of view, and we encourage conversation and debate on all topics, I cannot support an organization whose sole purpose is advocating political goals of a specific group, and against a specific country, when these goals clearly conflict with and run contrary to the mission and values of the University,” Eldredge wrote, according to papers.


“There is perhaps no more complex topic than the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and it is a topic that often leads to polarization rather than dialogue. The purpose of the organization as stated in the proposed club constitution points toward that polarization. Specifically, the call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel presents a barrier to open dialogue and mutual learning and understanding.”


The suit says there’s no factual basis for the support of the BDS movement representing a “barrier” to on-campus dialogue.


“Even if the expression of views seeking justice in Palestine or demanding respect for human rights through BDS is considered polarizing or offensive to some, it is protected speech; indeed, it is the ideas that challenge us and foster debate that need to be protected most,” said Center for Constitutional Rights Deputy Legal Director Maria LaHood, who is representing the students.


A Fordham University spokesman did not have an immediate comment.

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Apr 26, 2017
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Air Jordan 11 Low “Frost White” // First Look

“UNC” Air Jordan 11 Lows already made a splash earlier this spring with “Baron” Lows in line to do the same later this season. But this GS pair features the most intriguing material update of them all.

Reported to be an addition to the Heiress collection, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Frost White” denotes a uniquely textured white mudguard overlay that deviates from traditional patent leather construction. This premium Air Jordan 11 Low also applies a translucent outer.

This GS variation is scheduled for a May 20 Jordan Release Date with a retail price of 5. Grab a closer look below and share your thoughts.

Air Jordan 11 Low GS PRM HC “Frost White”

Colorway: White/White-Pure Platinum
Style #: 897331-100
Release Date: May 20, 2017
Price: 5

Air Jordan 11 Low "Frost White"
Air Jordan 11 Low “Frost White”

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Apr 26, 2017
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Nike SB Dunk Low “Wheat” Lands Next Month

Traditional SB Dunks continue a spirited run with modern-day, inverted iterations. The latest nostalgic colorway heading back to stores soon is the famed “Wheat” colorway.

Originally a High but returning in low-top form, expect more looks of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Wheat” very soon. For now, be sure to calendar the May 25 release date.

Nike SB Dunk Low "Wheat"
Nike SB Dunk Low “Wheat”

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Apr 26, 2017
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Early 2018 Air Jordan Retro Releases



Air Jordan 2018 Retro Releases

While we are getting close to the midway point of 2017 we can now look forward to what’s releasing next year. Below are some upcoming Air Jordan 2018 Retro Releases.

Although we don’t have images of what’s to come yet, we do have some models and colorways which will be dropping between January and March 2018. Those include the Air Jordan 3 OG ‘Black Cement with Nike Air, Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG, Air Jordan 9 and the Air Jordan 13.

While we wait for images to start leaking, you can check out the what’s launching apart of the early 2018 Air Jordan Retro Releases below which will show you which models are coming and colorways. Like always make sure to check out Air Jordan Release Dates page for updates.

Air Jordan 2018 Retro Releases

Air Jordan 9 Retro
Black/Summit White/Metallic Gold/Black
January 2018
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Air Jordan 13 Retro
Black/White/Hyper Royal
January 2018
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414571-007

Air Jordan 9 Retro
Black/Anthracite/University Red
January 2018
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302370-014

Air Jordan 3 Retro OG
Black/Cement Grey/White-Fire Red
February 2018
0
854262-001

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Gym Red/Summit White/Black
February 2018
0
555088-610

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Black/Summit White/Metallic Gold
February 2018
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555088-031

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Light Bone/Summit White/Gum Light Brown/Gym Red
February 2018
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555088-025

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Game Royal/Summit White/Black
February – March 2018
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555088-403

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