Air Jordan 1 Gatorade Orange Ice & Rush Violet

Rounding out the year with one of our last releases coming to us in the form of the Jordan 1 ‘Gatorade’. Two tonal colourways have hit our shelves with Orange Ice and Violet Rush wrapping around the traditional retro hi-top. Premium leathers move down towards a translucent sole unit revealing Gatorade’s signature lightning bolt logo.

Wrapped inside each box is a co-branded game towel, and each box takes on the finite detailing the texture of Gatorade’s lids.

Both the Orange Ice, and Violet Rush colourways are now available in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump...

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Nike Air Max 1 Anniversary 'Obsidian'

Nike continue to dish out their anniversary series of their beloved Air Max 1. This time around the ever-classic ‘Obsidian’ colourway will be hitting our shelves. The dark obsidian accents sit neatly next to cloudy grey suedes and vintage white meshes to give us a true chance at getting something that we either couldn’t or has long crumbled with all its vintage goodness.

The Obsidian Air Max 1 will be hitting our shelves from 11am at our Lower Grounds store located Basement 15 McKillop Street this coming Friday the 15th of December.

Remaining pairs will release online shortly after the in store release.

Sizes US7 through to US14 (including some half sizes) will be available for $200.

Until Friday, we’ll leave you with all of the finer details after the jump…

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Nike have been delivering some of their most respected classics from their Vandals, to the Kenny Moore signature Cortez, and now the Air Max 1 Anniversary. Straight from 1987, the shape and colours as you’ll remember them, you’ll be able to lace them up once more. Taking the traditional University Red and mixing them together with the subtle cloudy greys, and crisp whites across a mixture of premium materials. All laced up and packed neatly into a special anniversary edition box sporting a little bit of history on the inside lid.

The Air Max 1 Anniversary will be hitting our shelves on September 21st in store from 11am at our Lower Grounds store located at Basement Level 15 McKillop Street. Any remaining pairs will release online later the same day. Sizes US8 through to US14 (including some half sizes) for $200. Until release day, you can head on over after the jump and scope out all of the finer details whilst imagining how good this piece of history will look on your feet…

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Four decades ago Nike started on the track. At the University of Oregon, Bill Bowerman began testing footwear ideas with his athletes, and together with Steve Prefontaine, and Kenny Moore, the iconic Cortez began to take shape. During one of his many runs, Moore broke his foot leading to Bowerman to critique his running shoes. This lead to his creation of a new shoe with a first-of-its-kind, full-length midsole cushioning design.

In celebrating 45 years of the Cortez, Nike have revisited three defining moments in all of their iconically coveted retro glory. Wrapped in blue suedes, the first of three Cortez Premiums give a nod to the run that ended in Kenny Moore’s broken third Metatarsal. The blue suede takes inspiration from the arch support-less footwear worn by Moore when the injury occurred. X-Rays showing Moore’s injured foot cover the sicklier, while the attached lace bag features a dime graphic inspired by the call Moore made to Bowerman.

Number two comes wrapped in supple soft leathers, the swoosh-less upper bearing Moore’s permanent marker insignia. Based on the first full-length midsole prototype Bowerman cobbled for Moore when he broke his foot. Inside, the shoe features a sock liner displaying Moore’s training regiment, which was put together by Bowerman.

On the 7 December 1969, Kenny Moore raced through the city streets of Fukuoka, Japan to break yet another record in his already brilliant career: the fastest marathon run by an American. This special-edition Cortez, constructed in OG nylon and suede, arrives decked out in the colours of that historic marathon. It sports Moore’s record-setting race time debossed on the heel counter, plus a sockliner graphic inspired by the Japanese streets he ran that faithful day.

All three colourways of the Nike Classic Cortez Premium Quick Strike ‘Kenny Moore’ will launch in store and online tomorrow morning. Pairs will release in store at our Lower Grounds Store Basement Level, 15 McKillop Street tomorrow morning from 11am with any remaining pairs online soon after.

All three colourways will be available in sizes US8 through to US12 (including some half sizes) for $150. Until midnight tonight, we’ll leave you with all of the finer details after the jump...

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Nike Vandal High Supreme QS

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Straight out of the 80’s, Nike have delivered a classic rendition of Basketball come B-Boy coveted silhouette. Wrapped in Metallic Silver nylon for a vintage feel, this retro features University Red leather accents before heading up to the high-cut collar and its tri-colour velcro strap. This classic silhouette doesn’t frequent shelves as much as you’d think, so don’t sleep and jump on them before they’re all gone!

The Nike Vandal High Supreme QS is now available in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump...

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