Share This Page: This Week's Heat Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” Celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the release of the Air Jordan 7, the Jordan brand is rereleasing the AJ 7 “Bordeaux” for the first time since 2011. Though the 2011 version sported some variations in accent hues, these kicks are closer to the original colorway. The majority of the sneaker is as expected- a graphite suede upper with black suede overlays. The Jumpman logo on the side is maroon and the black midsole rounds out the kick’s look. Though the upper and sole of the shoe are the same, each different sneaker comes made a little differently- though Green, blue, maroon, and yellowish orange are present in each kick, their arrangement varies. The tongue of each sneaker has a unique color pattern to it giving you both the traditional Bordeaux look with a unique personal twist. The Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” will be available in stores only on July 18, so check with your local City Gear for details. They will be in Men’s for $190, grade schooler’s for $140, preschooler’s for $80, and toddler’s for $60. LeBron 12 EXT “Prism” Nike is rolling out a new, striking colorway for the LeBron 12 EXT. The “Prism” is constructed of a multicolored, pixelated Hyperfuse upper with stark, white Hyperposite overlays for stability. The laces add more touches of white to the vibrant upper, while the pixelated Swoosh breaks up some of the solid white in the midsole. “Finish your Breakfast” is stitched into the pull tabs, possibly referencing LeBron’s favorite cereal Fruity Pebbles. This vivid sneaker sits atop an icy translucent outsole with hexagonal Zoom Air units and a Zoom Air unit in the heel. The LeBron 12 EXT “Prism” will be available on July 18 in Men’s for $250. Cop a pair before they are gone at CityGear.com and in stores. Nike Air Max 95 Ultra JCRD The Nike Air Max 95, with its iconic design based on human anatomy, is being reimagined with the sneaker technology of today. The lightweight woven Jacquard upper still embodies the human elements from the OG Air Max 95’s. The redesigned silhouette sports interlaced Flywire for increased stability, and it makes this 20-year-old sneaker have a 2015 feel to it. The midsole is the biggest change to these kicks. Nike carved out the midsole, and inserted a full-length Zoom Air unit for maximum cushioning. The outsole is semi-translucent grey with redesigned tread for better traction. The Nike Air Max 95 Ultra is releasing in two different colorways. The neon and black colorway plays off the original Air Max 95 colorway, and the white and grey colorway gives the new design a clean look. The Nike Air Max 95 Ultra "Neon" and "White" is available in Men's for $185, so cop a pair of this remastered classic.