Although Kobe Bryant has retired from the game of basketball, that hasn't stopped him from getting new signature models from Nike. Recently, the Black Mamba was spotted in an unreleased colorway of his brand new Kobe A.D. Mid silhouette. Bryant is currently in China helping out with the NBA's first basketball school in the country, and was seen making an appearance at a local camp held at the school's gym. While assisting the younger players, he wore a white version of the Kobe A.D Mid with a gum bottom. There has been no official word of a release from Nike, but don't be surprised if this colorway makes its way to retailers Nike Air Huarache Womens in the near future.What else does Nike have in the works for its revived Flyknit Trainer? The latest is this, a "Cirrus www.lukerallying.co.uk Blue" colorway that will release via Nike SNKRS here on Sept. 21. This pair uses the same basic equation as the recently released white/black, "Pale Grey," and "Bright Citron" pairs, mixing its black bits with light blue Flyknit. And, like those Flyknits, the silhouette is pretty much the same as when this sneaker debuted in 2012, save for the absence of Nike+ technology. According to Nike, the specific shade here is inspired by "wispy white clouds against a blue sky."With the 2017-18 NBA season rapidly approaching, the Charlotte Hornets took to Twitter on Wednesday to unveil a look paying tribute to the team’s original uniforms. Essentially an updated throwback jersey, this “classic” edition features the same Nike Air Max Zero Womens pinstripes in royal blue, light blue, purple, and green as it did when players like Dell Curry and Larry Johnson played Nike Roshe Run Womens for the Hornets in the 1990s. Like the previously announced “association” and “icon” jerseys, they feature Nike Aeroswift Nike Air Max Thea Womens technology and a Jumpman logo.Nike will go the storytelling route on this upcoming Air More Uptempo retro, a sneaker colored with the New York Knicks' orange and blue. The Hornets will wear this jersey three times during the season: on Nov. 15 against the Cavaliers, Dec. 23 against the Bucks, and Jan. 13 against the Thunder. Each team in the league is being outfitted with new jerseys this season as Nike takes over the NBA apparel deal. The Hornets are unique in that they’re the only squad to wear the Jumpman logo, and that they’re one of eight teams to also be outfitted with a classic edition jersey. The Hornets announced on Twitter that they Nike Air Max 95 Womens will give away this new throwback jersey and a pair of the Jordan Nike Air Max 90 Essential Womens SuperFly 2017 via the Hornets app.While this "Knicks" Air More Uptempo was originally rumored to release on Sept. 19, the Nike Air Max 95 Womens sneaker release date calendars of big box stores now show the shoes as arriving on Sept. 23.