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words & images Luis Sanchez Continuing our look at player variation Nike baseball cleats for a number of the very best in the big leagues, we now bring you a firsthand look at this PE variant of the Air Max Diamond Elite completely for Matt Holliday. Holliday started his career after unexpectedly breaking onto the major league arena in 2004 as an associate of the Colorado Rockies due to injuries to several Rockies major league players at the time. Now in his second-full season as an associate of the Cardinals, Holliday seems to pull through his current disabled list stint and continue to lead his Cardinals to yet another N.L Central divison title, where they currently hold a 2 game lead over the Brewers. Holliday will lead the Cards alongside Pujols and their flawless pitching in this PE pair of the Air Max Diamond Elite. Suited for both the Cardinals home and road uniforms, they work in a mixture of red, white and blue throughout the upper. Personalization for Holliday is seen throughout, with 'MH 7 taking place in the tongue and heel tab, and a unique Matt Holliday symbol stitched into the heel.
words_Nick Engvall One of the most memorable styles from the early nineties from Nike ACG has returned. The Nike ACG Air Escape retros in the colorway generally known as "hot lava due to its mixture of lava-like accent colours along with a more subtle Twine colorway with Mega Blue and Turbo Green - - emphases. While the ACG Air Escape is prepared for outdoor use with a beefy midsole and an aggressive tread pattern, its style is unmistakable thanks to elements that tie to other Nike silhouettes from the age. Most identifiable is the overlay panel that comes right from the Nike Air Max Construction Triax 91, or more lately the Structure Hoop Triax, and also the net and midsole shape that made some of the Nike Huarache running shoes from the era unforgettable. With that in mind, perhaps it is also time to contemplating bringing back Tim Hardaway's 1998 touch version, the T-Bug Flight. Together, Tim and 'Zo led the Heat to six straight postseasons, going as far as the Eastern Conference Finals in 96-97, when they fell to Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls. However, this era will largely be remembered for the competition created with the New York Knicks, the two teams meeting in the playoffs four years direct. The run did not produce an NBA Championship, but it did establish the tone for a franchise that's since won three. At the peak of Hardaway's time with the Heat, Nike laced the master of the crossover up in the Air Zoom T-Bug Flight, a lightweight model highlighted by its spandex fit interior sleeve. Other features comprise a synthetic and mesh assemble, concealed zipper eyestay system, forefoot Zoom and Nike Air Max in the heel. The shoe was released in a Heat-inspired black and red colorway with an orange bootie and - air max hyp mens - an alternative white and silver style. For now's our site Memory Lane , we take a look back at the T-Bug Flight, along with several other Nike Basketball classics from Fall 8. Have a look at the throwback page below and let us know in the event you'd like to see Tim's old - mediumseagreen air max - sig make a return.
words Luis Sanchez Another updated pair of Nike Basketball shoes to recently release here at our web site is this all new colorway of the Air Max Darwin 360. Originally worn by the great Dennis Rodman during his time with the Chicago Bulls in the 0s, the Air Max Darwin makes a return with updated technology for improved functionality and also a fresh new colorway for the springtime. The new look features a mostly grey upper, while a vivid neon color known as "Cyber takes care of the heel pull tab, lining, tongue branding and full length 360 Air bag sitting down below. The all new Air Max Darwin is now available for purchase from our website.