Kobe Bryantís start with the Swoosh didnít see low tops or even signature models, for that matter. The Nike Air Max 90 Women was the first silo Jelly Bean Jr. laced for dough after his days with adidas and season-long shoe deal sabbatical. While some say the Air Max was very close to being an official Kobe, an old sample pair points to such a story, with Kobeís then number eight appearing on the heel, midsole and insole.

Nike Air Max 2014 colorways have been releasing at a fast and furious pace of late, and hereís another one to add to the fold. For this Nike Air Max color up, we see this mid-cut sneaker wearing a mercury grey upper. This sneaker also displays a combination of different mesh materials, which ultimately surround an atomic red Solarsoft inner lining. Round laces, also set in mercury grey, weaving through the full-length tongue lace lock. Want to add this Air Max to your rotation?

These days, Cris Carter does more than just catch touchdown passes. The Hall of Fame wideout may not have donned a signature sneaker during his playing days, but the Ohio State alum gets celebrated all the same with a special edition Nike Free Run. Black and purple accents highlight a woven white base, while the insole touts Carterís standout seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.

Celebrating the city, the Nike Free Run Women gets festive in a black and red colorway. A gradient fade dresses the Lunarlon midsole, residing below a busy black upper, distinguished by red branding and detailing. Black leather lines the collar on this colorway, with a Free Run logo stamping the insole.