According to a recent New York Times profile of Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty, the pair is reportedly worth $320.An official release date has not been announced yet, but, stay tuned to KicksOnFire for further updates.One of the most disrespectful sneakers of all-time will be releasing next week with the arrival of the Nike Air More Uptempo Knicks. If you’re familiar with Scottie Pippen and you’ve watched him play then you’ve probably seen what is probably his most savage play of all-time.During Game 6 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Chicago Bulls and the New York Knicks, Scottie was running the break when he took off from just outside the key and threw the hammer down on fellow NBA legend Patrick Ewing. Not only did he make the dunk and it was a foul on Ewing, but Patrick Ewing fell to the floor and Scottie decided to stand over him to add insult to injury.
This “dunk” is immortalized forever on this sneaker as the insoles display a silhouette of Pippen’s legendary dunk over Ewing. The upper comes in a traditional Knicks colorway as white dominates the shoe with Deep Royal Blue and Team Orange accents.Look for the Nike Air More Uptempo Knicks to release on September 23, 2017 for a retail price of $160. Sorry Knicks fans, but you’re just gonna have to pretend that these don’t exist.Already previewed a couple of times on the site, today we bring you an official look at the upcoming Nike Air Max 97 in the OG Atlantic Blue colorway.This original colorway of the Air Ma 97 will release as a part of the silhouettes 20th anniversary celebration and comes covered in Atlantic Blue on the majority of the upper with Metallic Silver and Voltage Yellow accents placed on the upper, branding, and Air Max unit. A white midsole and black rubber outsole complete the design. Will you cop or drop these Air Max 97s come Fall when they’re scheduled to release? Stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for an official release date.
As you may already know by now, Nike will be releasing a special collection to celebrate Latino heritage/Hispanic Heritage Month. The collection reflects the commitment and passion of members of Nike’s Latino & Friends Employee Network and other Nike employees who were inspired to create the collection for Latino Heritage Month – as celebrated in the U.S. each September.The collection will include four different silhouettes created in partnership with four Latino artists.Born Ignacio Espinoza originally from Santiago Chile, Wasafu’s murals can be found throughout the city. His passion for art developed at a young age, as he was often seen with a can of spray paint in his hands. This passion coupled with an architectural degree from Universidad Catolica in 2012, produced what is now known as his signature design.Wasafu’s design focuses on migration, as an integral part of our culture for centuries: we migrate to opportunity and hope. This was the spirit of the Ona, also known as the Selk’nam indigenous people, of the Patagonian region of South America.Born in Valparaíso, Chile, INTI takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. The origins of his work are inseparable from the cities of Chile, where expressive Latin music, chaotic cityscapes and city-planning makes vibrant street art thrive.