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This Week in Shoes: Easter Pack, "Yeezy" Foamposite and More

Easter weekend is on our heels, and we've got the kicks to get you ready to take on spring.

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Nike Lebron Max XI Low - Easter

This colorway marks the first look at the LeBron 11 Low. With a crisp white upper and a mint green paisley pattern, these sweet kicks will have you jumping with joy. If the fresh design doesn’t do it, the built-in Nike tech will. Hyperfuse upper gives wearer breathability, while the full-length visible Max Air sole offers supreme comfort. They launch Friday, April 18, at $170 for men (642849-100) and at $140 for grade schoolers. 041514 SM-15

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Nike KD VI - Easter

The latest in Kevin Durant’s slick line of sneakers celebrates the fun of Easter egg hunts. Shades of green and black patterns come together to make the perfect camouflage for the Easter bunny and other Easter favorites. Bright orange accents add extra flair to this already unique shoe, which also features Zoom Air in the forefront and Max Air in the heel. The hexagonal pattern on the sole gives solid traction, so you can spend all morning looking for eggs. These sweet kicks launch Friday, April 18, at $130 for men (599424-303) and at $100 for grade schoolers (599477-303).

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Nike Kobe 9 EM - Easter

Nike took the tradition of dying eggs for Easter and translated it into a smashing green and blue colorway for the KOBE 9. The Engineered Mesh upper is lightweight and breathable without sacrificing durability. The Lunarlon midsole will add an extra spring in your step and the interior lining has a snug, glove-like fit. These kicks will get anyone ready for the egg hunt. These launch Friday, April 18, at $160 for men (646701-300) and at $115 (653593-300) for grade schoolers.

04.18 Launch - Purple Safari

Air Griffey Max 1 - Purple Safari Named for baseball pro Ken Griffey Jr., these sneakers channel the spirit Seattle Mariners with a wavy design on the midsole and Griffey's own #24 on the ankle strap. The Nike Air Max unit makes for a cushioning ride, and the rubber outsole gives you plenty of traction. With a icy blue outsole and accents of bright blue, these sneakers are sure to drive you wild. These launch Friday, April 18, at $150 (354912-500).

adidas Crazy 1 - Vapor Blue Kobe Bryant's signature is back with a vengeance. The original design was inspired by the Audi TT Roadster, and the barely-blue there in this color gets an extra flair with a silver midsole. The injected EVA outsole makes for a lightweight shoe and the Torsion System gives wearers flexibility when they need it. These sneakers drop Friday, April 18, at $125 (G99417).

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Foamposite Pro Premium - Yeezy

This neck-breaking pair marks the next evolution of the Kayne West and Nike collaborative relationship. A black midsole with a carbon-fiber pattern, red highlights on the Swoosh and ankle and a glow-in-the-dark outsole create an intimidating design. And with the responsive cushioning of the Nike Zoom units, you'll never be left in the dust. Cop a pair when these launch Saturday, April 19, at $250 for men (616750-001), $180 for grade schoolers (644792-001) and $50 for toddlers (643145-001).

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Air Jordan 11 Low Retro - White/Turbo Green

This classically cut sneaker originally debuted in 1996 when Michael Jordan said he wanted to go for something more formal on the court. The textured mudguard adds a splash of color to the pristine white upper, while an icy-looking outsole completes the look.