Another Nike Kobe 6 Protro has surfaced for a Protro release next year and this time it’s the “POP” iteration.The original make-up, which was launched and worn by Kobe Bryant during the Lakers' stretch run in Apr. 2011, is white-based and complemented by line staple hits of black and del sol. All of May, the 2021 Nike leaks have been all about the Nike Kobe 6. With a handful of popular colorways already surfaced for a comeback, the collection just keeps getting bigger and bigger. This White Del Sol edition is only fitting as the original Del Sol colorway will be returning as well.The colorway joins other rumored 2021 protros such as "Grinch," "Kay Yow" and "Hollywood" among others.Originally released 10 years ago in 2011, the White Del Sol colorway will find its way back onto shelves. Dressed in White, Natural Grey, Del Sol, and Black, the color-blocking provides a nostalgic feel yet still looks great and updated a decade later. While no leaked images have surfaced just yet, we expect the Protro rendition to arrive exactly like the OG pair.
New 2021 Jordans to be teaming up once again for Dunk Low collaboration. an upcoming Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low could potentially arrive in a “Fire Pink,” “Gym Red,” “Mocha,” “White,” “Royal Blue” and “Black” color scheme.Collaborating back in 2019, Parra and Nike SB teamed up just as the Nike SB Dunk Low was gaining traction once again. Now nearly two years later, the silhouette is the hottest sneaker on the market and the duo appears to be going at it once again.The pair features mismatched designs, one with a mocha base accented with abstract pattern, while the other dons white overlays. Rounding out the final details is a blue inner liner and a white midsole. Featuring a Fire Pink, Gym Red, Mocha, White, Royal Blue, and Black color scheme, the Nike SB Dunk Low appears to call for a mismatched design with each pair displaying Mocha, White and an abstract pattern at different locations. Both are complemented by black Nike Swoosh logos, a blue sockliner, and white rubber soles.
Hot Sale Jordans have surfaced abruptly which points to a possibility of a future release that may be apart of Nike’s #LeBronWatch series. Having already been debuted by The King himself back in September, the forthcoming Nike LeBron 7 “Dodgers” sports the same “White,” “Rush Blue,” and “University Red” color scheme of the baseball team.The year looks to be a great year for LeBron Retro fans with the 7 already scheduled for multiple releases already. Now with #LebronWatch officially underway, the return of fan-favorite colorways is almost guaranteed. This rendition, dedicated to the USA, was seen first in 2010 during the FIBA World Championship and then later in 2012 during the London Olympics, but now it appears a release to the general public will finally be happening with a few minor changes.the sneaker boasts a white upper paired with blue patterned patent leather overlays and a translucent shroud. Contrasting red hits appear on the sock liner and outsole.Dressed in White, Rush Blue, and University Red, the LeBron 7 arrives in OG form with a nylon upper texturized white leather trim and overlays. Blue mudguard overlays are then added to the silhouette which displays a palm leaf graphic in all over tonal print. A blue outlined Nike Swoosh, matching rubber midsole and Air unit begin to finish off the design while a patriotic rubber outsole completes the Retro offering.