Reebok “Shaqnosis” Release Date

shaqnWith Reebok making a comeback in 2013, it’s only right that they release the “Shaqnosis”. They will be hitting retail stores this summer on July 19 2013, for $125. As I was a little iffy on these, I’m sure the entire Snkerhead community is too, which always sparks a debate. I was and still am feelin these and will defintely be getting my pair, what about you? Are these ugly?Too old? Just not Jordans, or hypebeast material? Please leave all your thoughts and comments below.

Fila “Grant Hill” Retro 2 Release Date

filaThis is NOT a Jordan only website. Personally I owned 2 pairs of these when they originally released in the 90s, and that was when I was 4, so this time around copping these will be MY idea. Set to be released March 15 2013, the “96s” will be no more then $100. The White/Navy Blue AND Black/Black coloway will both be dropping. I’m excited, however I don’t know how a pair a FILA’s will hold up in 2013. Nowadays its all about brand name, and how much money you spend. OG Snkerheads will appreciate these, R.I.P Tupac Shakur. Are you going to pic these up? Or is FILA already 6 feet under? Leave all thoughts and comments below.

Air Jordan Retro XIII “BRED”

bred13On January 12 2013, the Black and Red [Bred] Jordan 13s released for the third time. Since their original release in 1998, they were loved by all. The red suede sides, tumbled leather and 3M netting made this the talk of the town. For the 2013 release Jordan Brand decided to switch it up a bit and go with a white dotted upper, as opposed to the original 3M net, giving them the look of 3M exposed to flash. This personally broke my heart and I refused to make a purchase because of it. Boy do I regret this decision. Regardless of material they are dope as hell, and I feel as if each owner of each pair mocks me as they swag on by. A retail price of $170 easily doubled, in barely a months time. I hope you all got your hands on them. What are your thoughts on Jordan Brand’s new material? Please leave all questions and comments below