Share This Page: This Week's Heat: Nike Kid's Air Max 270 Y2K, Nike Zoom Rookie Two great sneakers are dropping this week. Maximize your potential with Nike Kid's Air Max 270 Y2K 'Black'. Utilize strengths of a variety of kicks with the hybrid Nike Zoom Rookie 'University Red'. These sneakers are about putting out the best work with the best effort. Kick off your new year at a City Gear near you. Nike Zoom Rookie 'University Red' - 1/4/19 - BQ3379-600 Stylish & sporty, these Nike Zoom Rookie (BQ3379-600) are among the latest and greatest of performance shoes that the world has to offer. These sneakers were originally released in 2011 as a follow up to the ½ Cent, another beloved Penny Hardaway silhouette. As a hybrid model, their athletic and robust construction takes design cues from the Air Go LWP, Air Flight One, and the Air Foamposite One. This iteration sports a black mesh/nubuck mixture with bright University Red Foamposite panels to bring fire to every quick cut, twist, and turn. Finally, exceptional cushioning and remarkable shock absorption insures that you always stay on top of your game. The Nike Zoom Rookie 'University Red' will be available Friday, January 4th, in stores and online, so check out Where to Cop for more details. They will be in Men's sizes for $210. Nike Kid's Air Max 270 Y2K 'Black' - 1/1/19 - BQ9240-001 Nike makes continuous effort to find the key to unlocking our potential and reveling the maximum effect of every step we take. The new Nike Kids Air Max 270 Y2k (BQ9240-001) are here in a new all black colorway to help you achieve maximum effect with the most effortless flow. Drawing inspiration from the Air Max 180 from ’91, these pumped up kicks have taken to the new school and made a place for themselves in the Air Max lineage with a stand-out silhouette and bold colorways that make you feel refreshed and energized enough to take on the world. The stretchy zoned mesh was engineered to provide flexible structure for resilient dependable shoes that feel just as comfortable as they look. The asymmetrical lacing systems and neoprene bootie construction gives a snug locked down fit that is cohesive with a 3-piece midsole and heel counter combo for buttery smooth transitions between the heel and toe. On the rear, the extra volume Max Air unit is the star of the show and serves as not only the key design element but also as the apparatus of responsive cushioning that every runner needs. As a result of all of Nike’s efforts, its wearers are christened with lightweight low-density sneakers that show there is always room to be a little bigger, a little better, and a little bolder. Check out a City Gear near you for the chance to cop a pair of the ‘Nike Kids Air Max 270 Y2k'. The Nike Kid's Air Max 270 Y2K 'Black' will be available Tuesday, January 1st, in stores and online, so check out Where to Cop for more details. They will be in Kid's sizes for $125.