Check out the newest Nike, Adidas and Air Jordan shoe releases for this month. April 2015 brings up some great remakes and originals so check out our sneaker reviews. Let us know what you guys think.


 

Nike Air Python Premium

 


 
Nike Air Python has been part of the family and has become a classic shoe. This time around the guys at Nike brought us the “Premium” edition that has a white-based snakeskin upper, finished off by a white sole. These all white Nike shoes are a limited release. They come out on the April 3rd so make sure you get yours
 
Color: White/Metallic Silver-White

Style: 705066-100

Release Date: April 3, 2015

Price: $150

 

Reebok Question Mid

 

 

The remakes of the classic Reebok Questions which were designed for Allen Iverson back in the day by Reebok. These “Spartans” edition come in a white and racing green color similar to Michigan State’s in honor the current Final Four. They will be available worldwide early April 2015

This Reebok Question Mid is known as the “Spartans” edition. They come in a white and racing green colorway. Featuring a white-based upper with green accents. A general release, look out for them at select Reebok accounts worldwide in early April of 2015. Retail is set at, $125.
 
Color: White/Racing Green

Release Date: April 3, 2015

Price: $125

 

Nike Metcon 1 Amp

 


 
These Nike’s are designed to be tough and rugged for the CrossFit community. They have a gum sole and a black upper with vollt accents. the first one to be released this month by Nike Shoes. They will be available at Nike stores worldwide.

 

Color: Black/Gum Medium Brown-Volt

Style: 725183-072

Release Date: April 3, 2015

Price: $130

 

Nike LeBron 12 Ext

 


 
The Nike Lebron 12 ‘Wheat’ edition were created in honor of Lebron James and his All-Star Performance. They have a wheat-based nubuck upper with gold accents. They will be available worldwide at Nike Stores in early April 2015.
 
Color: Suede QS Wheat/Wheat-Gold

Style: 744287-700

Release Date: April 4, 2015

Price: $250

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