Share This Page: This Week's Heat: Adidas NMD Racer and Nike Kid's Air Get Money. Some choice sneakers drop this week from Adidas and Nike. Adidas NMD Racer 'Spring Gray/Solar Pink' blends streetwear with hi-tech comfort for a sleek flyknit kick. Nike Kid's Air Get Money 'Red' is a blend of the hottest basketball sneakers of the 90's, Air More Uptempo and Air Money. Check out where the kicks are dropping, and hit up you local City Gear to cop it all before it's too late! Adidas NMD Racer 'Spring Gray/Solar Pink' - 5/30/18 - CQ2443 Streetwear aesthetic meets lightweight functionality in the adidas NMD Racer (CQ2443) running shoes. These kicks feature an engineered Primeknit upper for sleek design and premium fabrication. An Adidas Boost tech midsole features EVA medial plug inserts to provide unmatched, responsive comfort, while the rubber outsole is fitted with a unique geometric tread pattern for increased traction. This iteration of the Nomad Racer sees a soft Spring Grey covering the entire sneaker upper, with a pop of Solar Pink and bright green peering out from underneath. Check out a City Gear near you for the chance to cop a pair of ‘Adidas NMD_Racer’ in the ‘Spring Grey/Solar Pink’ colorway. The Adidas NMD Racer 'Spring Gray/Solar Pink' will be available Wednesday, May 30th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Men's sizes for $180. Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier CT16 QS 'Midnight Blue/White' - 5/31/18 - AO2088-400 A good leader is ready to put himself on the front lines. Now is your chance to follow in the footsteps of NBA leader Lebron James himself with the new Nike Zoom Lebron Soldier CT16 QS (AO2088-400). Dubbed ’25 Straight,’ these basketball sneakers are another important piece in this year’s “Art of Champion” pack, serving as commemorative pieces for the 2007 Eastern Conference Finals game that put Lebron ‘King’ James on the map. As a first-time retro, the stylish tumbled leather shoes hold true to the original with sporty tactical straps laid across the forefoot and rear for a super secure locked down fit. Zoom Air technology in the heels and herringbone traction patterns provide comfort and security while the stunning Midnight Blue and White colorway represent the strength and vigor show on court during James’ gameplay. This show of excellence became apparent during that tantalizing 5th game against the Detroit Pistons when James scored 29 of the 30 points that the Cleveland Cavaliers gained over their opponents. 25 of those points were scored back to back, showing the world that this 6’8” small forward was going to be a force to be reckoned with in any and all future games. Designed to withstand the harshness of gameplay, the Lebron Soldier I’s are here to be the grace the feet of true basketball aficionados. The Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier CT16 QS 'Midnight Blue/White' will be available Thursday, May 31st, in stores and online. They will be in Men's sizes for $150. Nike Kid's Air Get Money 'Red' - 6/1/18 - AH5215-600 We all love the smell of brand new money, but now you can love the feel of it too. Get your bucks up and gear up in the Nike Kids Air Get Money (AH5215-600). After first being spotted on the feet of some of the league’s most prestigious shooting guard hall-of-famers during the 96-97 season, the Nike Air Money was an instant oddity in the world of basketball shoes. The outsoles of the equally popular Air More Uptempos serve as a sturdy base for the reimagined uppers that are stylized with removable embroidered shrouds and lateral gillie rope -style lacing systems for customization you can see and feel. The silhouette resurfaced with the success of Nike’s Global Currency Pack that appealed to all of the paper-chasing sneakerheads of the world. The collection included shoes inspired by a variety of European and East Asian bank notes but despite their success, it’s still all about the Benjamin’s, baby. Now rereleased in a new ‘University Red/Black/Metallic Gold’ colorway, the second version of the US dollar iteration now comes dressed in smooth University Red leather with simple black detailing and a contrasting pop of Metallic Gold on the shrouds. Full length Nike Air sole units provide rich cushioning and optimal bounceback while bold text and simple embroidery keeps you feeling as crispy as freshly printed bills. Check out a City Gear near you for the chance to cop a pair of the ‘Nike Kids Air Get Money’ in the ‘University Red/Metallic Gold’ colorway. The Nike Kid's Air Get Money 'Red' will be available Friday, June 1st, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Kid's sizes for $130.