Nike SB is making a big noise in the first quarter of 2014 with the release of the highly-anticipated “Hacky Sack” Pack. Taking inspiration from the recognized and trademarked footbag, the Nike SB Hacky Sack pack took 4 highly popular models to use as silhouette for the creative design. Starting the release on April with the Hacky Sack versions of Koston 2 and Janoski, Nike SB looks to end it with the bang by releasing the Nike SB Dunk Low and Dunk High versions around May 2014.
The start of April sees Jordan brand continuously pushing forward one of its newest models, the Jordan Future, into the mainstream. After the highly-awaited but very-limited release of Jordan Future’s first two colorways, Infrared and Green Glow, caused a ruckus in the sneaker world, Jordan Brand is following things up with the Jordan Future Multicolor.
The brand with the three stripes keeps making things interesting for 2014 by releasing the Adidas EQT Support 93 “City Pack”, which is the counterpart to the warmly-received Adidas ZX Flux City “Pack”. Incorporating a 3-city theme with the Nomad Yellow “Rio De Janeiro”, Black “New York” and Red “Copenhagen” pack, this premium reissue of the 1993-designed runner combines modern technology with a classic design.