Share This Page: This Week's Heat: Air Jordan 7 Retro, Kobe A.D., LeBron Soldier XI, and more. Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit ‘Glacier Blue’ – 849558-404 – 6/1/2017 Nike is taking lightweight to the next level combining flyknit uppers with Air Max technology. The Air Vapormax Flyknit is built on 30 years of Air Max developments. This icy Glacier Blue is walking on air thanks to the Vapormax air unit. The Vapormax unit is transparent blue and connected directly to the upper, taking traditional foam midsoles out of the equation. The flyknit upper is light blue fading to white at the ankle, with a large Nike emblem in white. The Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 'Glacier Blue' will be available on Thursday, June 1st in select stores, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be in Men's sizes for $190. Air Jordan 7 Retro ‘Pure Platinum’ – 304775-120 – 6/3/2017 The Air Jordan 7 Retro is a classic. Introduced in late 1991, these kicks caused a stir with their striking silhouette. The Pure Platinum colorway has a mix of white and Pure Platinum on the upper. Jordan's silhouette logo is on the ankle and the 23 is on the heel. The upper sits on a white and Pure Platinum sole unit. The Air Jordan 7 Retro 'Pure Platinum' will be available on Saturday, June 3rd, in stores only. To find out where the AJ 7's are sold, check out Where to Cop. These will be in men's sizes $190, grade school sizes for $140, preschool sizes for $80, and toddler sizes for $60. Nike Kyrie 3 ‘Chrome’ – 852395-103 – 6/3/2017 Nike Kyrie 3 'Chrome' drops this week. These kicks are not only stylish, but they're also functional on the court. With a quick response time in mind, the Kyrie 3 was developed to give Irving full power over his speed and agility. The Kyrie 3's have white uppers with a forefoot band for a snug fit. The Nike emblem is large and chrome across the side of the shoe. The sole's are lightly transparent blue with traction up the sidewall. Nike Kyrie 3 'Chrome' releases on Saturday, June 3rd in select stores and online, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be available in Men's sizes for $120. Nike Kobe A.D. ‘NXT’ – 882049-007 – 6/3/2017 Nike Kobe A.D. 'NXT' was designed to Kobe's specifications for a comfortable, low-profile sneaker. The A.D.'s are flexible for freedom of movement on or off the court. 'NXT' is the black colorway. The design is very futuristic, having laces going up the sides of a forefoot cover. The midsole is white with black Nike emblems on the right side. Nike Kobe A.D. 'NXT' drops in Men's sizes for $200. They will be available in select stores and online on Saturday, June 3rd, so check Where to Cop for details. Nike Kobe A.D. ‘Big Stage’ – 852425-107 – 6/3/2017 'Big Stage' is the white colorway of the Kobe A.D.'s Nike is releasing this week. These are the more traditional looking of the two A.D.'s. The uppers are white and accented by large gold Nike emblems on the side. The soles are gum and these A.D.'s are further accented by a gold heel cap. Nike Kobe A.D. 'Big Stage' drops in Men's sizes for $160. They will be available in select stores and online on Saturday, June 3rd, so check Where to Cop for details. Nike LeBron Soldier XI ‘SFG’ – 897644-101 – 6/3/2017 Nike LeBron Soldier XI picks up where the Soldier X left off. This minimalist sneaker now has Zoom Air cushioning in the heel and forefoot and an extra strap. The Soldier XI has white uppers with 4 white straps instead of laces. The heel shows off the LJ logo leading to a black and white sidewall garnished by a gold Nike emblem. The soles are lightly transparent blue. Nike LeBron Soldier XI 'SFG' releases Saturday, June 3rd in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be available in Men's sizes for $130.