This release comes with five different variations, honoring five of the main characters from the show: Patrick Star, Mr. On top of a specific colorway for each character, a surprise waits on the inside of each shoe—a character face where your heel rests.
Each of them are pretty fantastic in their own right, though those seafoam green Squidward kicks stand out a hair above the rest. Considering the popularity of the sneakers and the namesake characters featured on them, you'll want to mark your calendar. These kinds of collaborations have a reputation for disappearing before you can say "pineapple under the sea.
United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Ted Cruz Defaced the Constitution. He arrived wearing a pair of sheen red shoes with a splat of green on the side of the upper: the Mr. Krabs colorway, obviously. Texan squirrel Sandy Cheeks. Irving understands that breaking through the heap of sneakers today requires something a little more bold.
Krabs is like Charles Oakley, and the life lessons he took from SpongeBob. GQ: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Irving: SpongeBob SquarePants. You debuted these last night on WNBA players during a game—what made that the right venue to show these off for the first time? Because that access offered to them is very important and I feel like we [NBA players] have such a deep-rooted connection to really dope stuff.
As a creator, you want to see your stuff live in multiple places and the NBA is great in terms of the marketing, but for me I love utilizing other great people from our art. Starting with the WNBA was a priority on my list. Where does your love for SpongeBob come from? I was there sitting in front of my TV when the first episode dropped. Really just their storytelling. As a creator I just enjoy what they created as a world in Bikini Bottom, and then how do I make that come to life through characters?
And then it ended up being a pack, and then it ended up being a collab, and a partnership with Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon has done unbelievable stuff, they've made unbelievably great shows, but to put it on a shoe, now [it] exists for a long time. This stuff is sitting on people's shelves, this stuff is going off on people's houses.
This is literally a character that was created with a voice on a TV that exists in people's hearts as a connection, and that's all you want. What do you mean when you say storytelling? What stands out?
The hero concept, as well as the teaching. SpongeBob and Patrick: we never know how old they are, they're grown-ups, they work everyday. But Patrick doesn't have a frickin' job—he's just SpongeBob's best friend. Then you have Squidward who lives across the street, works with SpongeBob, hates that they live across from each other, can't get away from each other.
Then you have Sandy, who is really the chill Texan but really has an attitude about her as a woman and holds her own and really challenges everyone. Whether they were going out of the sea or whether they were living without water, she was always challenging them in her own space. She also had to challenge herself to be outside living in water and being in a frickin' spacesuit.
She was in a spacesuit underwater! Like, c'mon, man. So for me it was really about: you can exist in any space that you go in, no matter if you feel like you belong in it or not. These characters are that for me. What was your relationship to it growing up? I was hooping a lot, so SpongeBob for me was every day, Nickelodeon at night, watching just countless SpongeBob episodes. And then I got older, stopped watching as much TV, but the connection was always there.
And it goes deep-rooted to Nickelodeon as well. SpongeBob is a great vehicle to partner with for this, but Nickelodeon itself, it's brand that exists in a whole other space for me. In terms of the shows that they did and the inclusion they had with kids and slime and Nickelodeon Choice Awards. As a kid, you're seeing all these shows— Rocket Power! Was part of the allure with SpongeBob that you got to be loud and play with colors?
Yeah, and be very expressive. My brand DNA is really centered around expression, community, and risk-taking, as well as inclusion and compassion for others. I try to be as inclusive, very message-driven with the community, taking risks with other great brands that have been established.
Do you still watch the show? Not as often as I used to, brother. Not as often as I used to. You've done two television show-themed shoes. Why does that work for you?
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Shipping not specified. Free returns. Air Jordan V Retro Featuring a premium leather upper that develops a beautiful patina over time, this Air Jordan V also has vintage oxidized outsoles, eyelets and lace toggles. Air Jordan XII Retro This iteration applies hits of metallic gold on the eyelets and midsole throughout a white upper and black midsole and outsole. The shoe features genuine leather complemented by the OG faux-lizard-print mudguard. This offering comes with black and white lace sets and arrives in OG packaging with a color twist.
The model releases in full family sizing. True to form with a leather upper, microfiber tongue and cat-eye hologram, this model comes in OG packaging with a subtle color twist and is available in a full family offering. Featuring a matte finish on the midsole, this model is highlighted by subtle Chile Red detailing and custom silicone emblems on the heel.
September 09, - In this corner: A new Lucha Libre footwear and apparel collection inspired by the fabled wrestling culture, complete with loud masks, boisterous costumes and a dose of showmanship. The footwear blends exotic leathers and rich textiles to create fun detail applications. The Blazer has a satiny woven upper, faux snakeskin paneling, and lacing inspired by the back lacing of a wrestling mask.
The gold is a take on boots worn by luchadores in the golden era of the s and '60s. Los Rudos. The apparel silhouettes include two styles of hoodies and a t-shirt, featuring graphics and material treatments borrowed from Lucha Libre culture, including masks and posters. The folkloric ensemble of masks and costumes forms a true artistic tradition in Mexican culture; in Mexico City, Lucha Libre is considered an intangible cultural symbol, bringing people together.
By paying close attention to Lucha Libre tradition, we get to use footwear and apparel to share a piece of Mexican culture with the world in places like Seoul, Tokyo, Brazil and more. The apparel borrows from wrestling lore, adding graphics and material treatments pulled from luchador outfits and paraphernalia, like posters.
The silhouettes include two styles of hoodie and a t-shirt. To download high-res images, click here. He started considering how to make sneakers more him. The vibe is pure Owens. Exaggerating both the upper and tooling, his signature touch augments the familiar lines the Y-bar and heel cap and the shoe is made bombastic. July 05, - For visionary Nike leader Sandy Bodecker, embracing skateboarding was a tacit nod to the sport's power to change the way people view potential.
Throughout its history, skateboarding has challenged the status quo. Whether in reimagining empty pools or spotting discrete runs within cityscapes, skateboarders have given fresh life to the built environment — realizing new styles, tricks and techniques along the way.
The sport's dynamic evolution has led to inclusion in Tokyo this summer, and even as it reaches a new competitive height, the sport never falters in celebrating the joys of creativity. Bodecker believed there was application of the idea to skateboarding, and the Nike SB Sandy ZoomX Bruin transfers that belief through athlete-led insight to deliver the most comprehensive skate competition tool imaginable.
At its core is a drop-in midsole combining the ultra-resilient Nike ZoomX foam for cushioning and a full-length carbon fiber plate for pop. It's radical, for sure, but also discretely hidden within the decades-favored classic Bruin silhouette. Color can also open the door to history, connections to other disciplines and to memory. Nike designers looked to historical precedent — moments in time when world events put sport on hold — and the spirit that flourished upon its triumphant return.
The Rawdacious colorway symbolizes that exuberance of reuniting through sport in the palette's warm tones, signaling new beginnings. The palette is grounded in a white base to connote unity it comprises all hues within the visible light spectrum as well as a return to square one. For example, the visible Zoom Air bag in Nike Running silhouettes like the Air Zoom Maxfly sprint spike are highlighted by volt green and bordered and exaggerated by orange detailing.
The result is a color system that Moore says instills a deeper meaning for athletes, whether that athlete is running for gold or just around the block. It was meaningful to the world, and it was meaningful to me.
Color can distill all of those values in a millisecond. The Rawdacious colorway of select performance and lifestyle products will release on nike. Check out Nike Gallery for more info on Tokyo innovations. June 29, - The Zoom Freak 3 is built for creating space through radical downhill angles. To that end, two Zoom Air units under the ball of the foot help absorb energy and provide responsiveness.
The set-up is low to the ground, which means the foot is in closer contact with the floor, leading to tight control for searing downhill attacks. The model features a genuine leather and mesh upper, molded sock liner and an exposed carbon fiber shank plate contrasted by the recognizable herringbone rubber outsole. The shoe arrives in OG packaging. Completing the look is a subtle, two-toned lace inspired by the string used to tie bundles of sage.
The shoe also comes with a hangtag and two extra sets of laces. This model is highlighted by buttery soft nubuck overlays and burnished leather meant to age and sheen naturally with time. The shoe also features transparent TPU wings and lace locks and is topped off by metallic, electroplated Jumpman branding on the tongue, reminiscent of the mirrors used in makeup palettes.
Materials on this model include white medium grain tumbled leather with gold underlays, a semi-gloss lining and a milky-white translucent rubber outsole.
In collaboration with Nickelodeon, the Kyrie x SpongeBob SquarePants collection celebrates Kyrie's love for one of television's most memorable shows and. The model combines a Nike Grind outsole, made with at least 3% Nike Grind, with a ballistic mesh tongue. The shoe also applies genuine leather to the upper and. In collaboration with Nickelodeon, the Kyrie x SpongeBob SquarePants Collection celebrates Kyrie's love for one of television's most memorable shows and a.