5 Best Sneakers of November November 27 2015, 0 Comments
November came and had some really memorable releases. Nike Basketball dropped a few colorways in their signature shoe lines and Jordan Brand brought back a classic for Black Friday. The Yeezys dropped a new colorway and many fans were left unhappy as they couldn't grab their pairs. December looks to be even more exciting.
5. Nike Kyrie 1 "Double Nickel"
Kyrie Irving hasn't returned to the NBA court but was seen in Pepsi's Uncle Drew skit. After two years, the grandpa hooper has returned. His limited Pepsi x Uncle Drew pair would've made this list had they released. Borrowing the nickname from Jordan, these Double Nickels dropped with the Opening Night pack (LeBron, Kobe, KD too) and it honors Irving's 55 point outburst.
4. Nike Kobe X "USA"
Nothing screams USA like red, white, and blue. This pair pays homage to the most free country in the world. Like the Commanders and the Opening Nights, the tongue features the crest. In other important Kobe news, photos of the Kobe XIs have finally surfaced and they were kind of underwhelming.
3. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 "Moonrock"
Yeezus, Yeezy, 'Ye, Kanye. He's been everything adidas has wanted and more. His shoes continue to sell out immediately and the hype is real. The "Moonrock" is the third Boost 350 to drop. Next up, the 750 in the all black colorway.
2. Air Jordan 1 "Cyber Monday"
How can something so simple be so nice? The Cyber Mondays will conclude the month for Jordan Brand as they prepare for a highly anticipated December. This brand new colorway is getting tons of love for its simplicity.
1. Air Jordan 8 "Aqua"
Jordan Brand has made Black Friday a reoccurring event.
2009 Jordan 12 Flu Game
2010 Jordan 7 Bin 23 | Flint 13
2011 Jordan 3 Black Cement
2012 Jordan 4 Bred
2013 Jordan 5 Oreo
2014 Jordan 6 Infrared
This year, another black based shoe released in the Aqua 8s. Often regarded as the most popular Jordan 8 ever, these brought teal and purple together once again. As one of the most unique looks ever, the Aquas were made to turn necks.