DJ LP Sneaker Picks of the week

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Its about that time for my sneaker picks of the week let me know what you think about them. My favorite pick out of all of these are Nike Kobe AD “Purple Stardust”"

Russell Westbrook's 'MVP' Air Jordan 31

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Sneakers available: Now

Where can you pick these up : At your local shoe retailer

Background on this sneake:  In honor of Westbrook’s achievement, Jordan Brand has unveiled a special edition of the Air Jordan 31 sold through the SNKRS app. The shoes feature OKC colors with sketched graphics of Westbrook along with his “Why Not” catchphrase on the medial heel panels. And true to the pairs he wore throughout the season, this 31 features the Air Jordan 30 tooling. In winning the award, Westbrook becomes the only member of the Team Jordan roster to win NBA MVP other than Michael Jordan himself. These sneakers are a hot commodity right now they might be sold out so get them if you can.

Nike Kobe AD “Purple Stardust”"

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Sneakers available: Saturday, July 1st at 10 a.m.

Where can you pick these up : at select retailers and online

Background on this sneake: Paying respect to the Great Kobe Bryant  The "Purple Stardust" Kobe A.D. isn't styled in the hue you're accustomed to seeing at Staples Center. A softer variation is complemented by black logo hits, excluding LA-friendly Kobe emblems on the insoles.

Nike Zoom KD 10 "Igloo "

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Sneakers available: Saturday,July 14th at 10 a.m

Where can you pick these up : at select retailers and online

Background on this sneake: In celebration of KD winning a championship the Zoom KD 10 "Igloo" features a Cool Grey Fly knit upper in contrast to the "Igloo" tooling. The shade of light green is incorporated into the Swoosh, mid-sole, Zoom unit and semi-translucent out-sole.

Air Jordan 5 Retro "Red Suede "


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Sneakers available: Saturday, July 1st at 10 a.m.

Where can you pick these up : at select retailers and online

Background on this sneakeAs Jordan Brand explains, the colorway is inspired by classic red and black flight suits from the original Air Jordan campaign, connecting the look to the shoe's WWII fighter jet design background. The reflective metallic silver tongue remains in place, while black complements the look on the logos, lining and mid-sole. You can pick these up from toddler to adult size so you and the kids can have a matching pair.

Nike PG1 "White/Black"


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Sneakers available:  Saturday, July 1st at 10 a.m.

Where can you pick these up : at select retailers and online

Background on this sneakeThis first signature shoe for Paul George has constantly switched up the materials it uses, this one donning what looks like a mesh treatment across the upper. 

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