Skee TV keeps it coming with new visuals for the latest episode of DJ Skee’s series The Skee Locker. In this episode, Skee unboxes and reviews the highly anticipated Air Jordan Retro XIII and Air Jordan Retro I “He Got Game” color way.
Releasing later this month, Jordan retros the “He Got Game” XIII model for sneaker heads everywhere. This color way of the XIII’s acquires its nickname from Spike Lee’s 1998 film He Got Game where Denzel Washington’s character wears them. For this year’s 2013 retro, the upper portion of the sneaker is composed of a quality white leather while the toe box sports an equally fine black leather. Another classic Tinker Hatfield concept, the XIII’s paw print out sole and Jumpman eye-like hologram design, stand out as noteworthy features. Nice black suede can also be found along the mid sole, rear, and at each side of the shoe. These sneakers also come with simple but eye appealing red accents along the bottom sole and Jumpman logo across the tongue.
Continuing with the “He Got Game” style and color way, Jordan drops another version of the classic Air Jordan 1 Retro ’97. With clear hints of the XIII model along the mid upper, the sneaker comes in a classic white, while the mid sole sports black with red stitching. The gym red out sole also comes through and provides a simple yet effective accent along the bottom. Other hints of black can be found along the inner heel, laces, rear Jumpman logo, and tongue. An Air Jordan Hologram and Nike logo pull everything together for final touches on a classic sneaker with a new look.
DJ skee reviews and unboxes the elusive new Nike Lebron 10 “Corks” along with a look at the new Jordan III Crimson color way. Check out the latest episode of the Skee Locker with Skee TV.
Nike Lebron X (10) EXT (QS) Corks really pay attention to detail and offer sneaker heads something different. The upper portion of the shoe is made up of authentic cork material. Other noteworthy details are the shoe’s vent designs, fly wire laces, chocolate brown leather tongue, and multiple cool laser Nike swoosh’s. The mid sole of the shoe is an off creamy white with clear TPU material just above it. The top of the tongue sports a black “LJ” logo with a gold crown to top it off. Along the tongue there’s also an ingrained signature from Lebron within the leather.
Following the recent release of the limited Joker’s, Jordan drops the popular III model again in a nice black and bright crimson colorway. This version of the III’s also comes with a slick canyon purple elephant print which is sure to stand out. The sneaker’s lower white mid sole also provides an interesting contrast against a vibrant crimson accent also found within the inner heel lining. With quality features on these kicks such as the black leather upper and 3M material along the sneaker’s tongue and toe box expect these to fly of the shelves quickly.
Skee TV presents the latest episode of the Skee Locker featuring none other than world famous DJ Skee. Coming live from Tradition at the Beverly Center, DJ Skee invites sneaker enthusiasts to take part in unboxing the latest releases from Nike’s very limited “Area 72” collection.
Nike Air Force Max 2013 is made up of an upper wolf grey color way with reflective 3M material. In addition, the sneaker also showcases glow in the dark accents along the eyelets and sole of the shoes. Not to be forgotten, the Ray Gun logo on the tongue not only compliments the “Area 72” collection but adds a nice detail.
Nike Lebron 10 Extraterrestrial follows the alien theme of the “Area 72” collection and comes in a smooth Laser Purple color way. A nice Strata Grey and Crimson color contrast can also be viewed along the Nike swoosh and sole of the shoe. The extra glittery and spacey details that went into making these are sure to catch eyes and already are considered a must have amongst sneaker enthusiasts.
Nike Kevin Durant V (5) has a Liquid Lime, Crimson and Turquoise color way, the “Area 72” version of Durant’s V signature model is turning heads with its unique alien theme. The extraterrestrial features of the shoe can be seen from the Nike swoosh which sports a scaly appearance, the galaxy artwork on the tongue and inner sole, and certain areas such as the rear heel of the shoe mimic an alien skin type of theme. Finally, the “Area 72” version of Kevin Durant’s logo on the tongue of the shoe pulls everything together for a final alien like touch.
Nike Barkley Posite Max follows the spacey alien theme of the “Area 72” pack heavy. With a very cool glow in the dark sole, the Posite’s are also constructed of 3M material which covers the upper portion of the sneaker along with a nice reflection feature for added detail. Speckled artwork can be found across the shoe’s design from its laces, rear bottom purple air bubble, and upper portion which appears to be designed with black and white space-like imagery. The back of the shoe sports the official Charles Barkley logo in purple and the bottom of the sneakers reads “model” on one foot while the other reads “not a role model”. Finally, the shoe displays the fan favorite Ray Gun logo across each tongue.