Nike Basketball Kicks Lead This Weekend’s Sneaker Releases

Nike Kyrie 2 Triple Black
A look at the Nike Kyrie 2 "Triple Black."
Courtesy of Nike

Fourth of July weekend isn’t all about barbecues, beaches and fireworks; it’s also a time for sneaker addicts to spend their hard-earned cash on some incredible kicks. Available on Friday and Saturday are sneakers with a patriotic feel, silhouettes from the 1990s and current favorites. Check out what you could add to your collections.

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92

Nike’s longest-running sneaker franchise will once again have a retro presence in stores, starting with Friday’s release of the Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. The shoe will be available in two colorways that feature a Zoom Air unit. Retail price is $120.

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92 The Rio inspired Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92 The red, white, blue and gold Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike

Nike Zoom KD 9 “Premiere”

The latest signature shoe for Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant arrives this weekend in a patriotic colorway. The “Premiere” iteration arrives Friday and will retail for $150.

Nike Zoom KD 9 Premiere Nike Zoom KD 9 “Premiere.” Courtesy of Nike

Adidas D Lillard 2 “PDX Carpet”

The print from the beloved former carpet at the Portland International Airport makes its way to another Damian Lillard signature silhouette. The Adidas D Lillard 2 “PDX Carpet” drops Friday and retails for $120.

Adidas D Lillard 2 PDX Carpet Adidas D Lillard 2 “PDX Carpet.” Courtesy of Adidas

Kendrick Lamar x Reebok Classic Leather

King Kendrick and Reebok have a third shoe on the way, arriving in stores Friday. The Classic Leather gets an update from the rap superstar — with help from British designer Ian Paley — which will retail for $110.

Kendrick Lamar Reebok Sneakers Kendrick Lamar x Reebok. Courtesy of brand.

Reebok Question Mid “Only The Strong Survive”

The celebration of the 20th anniversary of Allen Iverson’s first signature shoe, the Question, continues with the “Only The Strong Survive” iteration. The shoe drops Friday and retails for $140.

Reebok Question Mid Only The Strong Survive Reebok Question Mid “Only The Strong Survive.” Courtesy of Reebok

New Balance 009

A fresh New Balance silhouette influenced by past brand favorites — specifically the 900 line of shoes – arrives on Friday. The New Balance 009 will retail for $110.

New Balance 009 Three colorways of the New Balance 009. Courtesy of New Balance

Nike Kyrie 2 “Triple Black”

Kyrie Irving’s second signature shoe, the Nike Kyrie 2, gets an all black makeover that will be in stores on Saturday. The shoe will retail for $120.

Nike Kyrie 2 Triple Black Nike Kyrie 2 “Triple Black.” Courtesy of Nike

Major x Reebok Phase 1 Pro

The Washington D.C.-based retailer has teamed up with Reebok for a patriotic release. Sporting red, white and blue is the Phase 1 Pro, which arrives on Saturday and will retail for $130.

Major Reebok Phase 1 Pro Major x Reebok Phase 1 Pro. Instagram

Air Jordan 12 Retro “Alternate”

The next Air Jordan to get the “Alternate” treatment is the Air Jordan 12, which arrives in stores on Saturday. The shoe will retail for $190.

Air Jordan 12 Retro Alternate Another look at the Air Jordan 12 Retro “Alternate.” Courtesy of Nike.

 

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