Nike is celebrating the opening of the 2017-18 NBA season with an opening of its own featuring a range of basketball product. The Nike Statement House in New York City, located at 145 W 32nd St., will be around until Saturday, Oct. 21. A limited restock of the "Ghost" LeBron 15, an early offering of the "Ashes" LeBron 15, and Nike's new Air Force 1 collection are available at the Statement House space. Additionally, the brand has custom apparel and the jerseys that markÂ its new NBA deal.
The regular season debut of Nike's new NBA uniforms was marred by wardrobe malfunction this week when LeBron James, one the brand's biggest endorsers, had his jersey ripped during the first game of the 2017-18 season on Tuesday night. For its part, Nike says it's trying to find a solution to the problem. "The quality and performance of all our products are of utmost importance," a spokesperson told Sole Collector.
We are now a full seven weeks in to the 2017-18 NFL season, but Nike and the Patriots are still celebrating team's come-from-behind victory in Superbowl 51. In honor of the win, a one-of-one pair of "Comeback" Nike Air Force 1 Low SB51s was created out of two footballs used in the actual game. The game logo can be seen on the shoe's forefoot, with the Pat's logo found on the heel. The ball's laces have even been incorporated into the tongue of the sneaker.
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