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The Jordan 4 with an alternate upper for 1989 and the Curry One Low PE for Steph’s MVP win finally hits retail. See all this and more on the latest episode of Heat Check presented by Finish Line.

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12/30

Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Medium Grey” ($130) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod783783&CMP=YT-JS-jordan-1-low-medium-grey

Nike Kobe X Elite “What The” ($260) – Nike.com

12/31

Nike Air Foamposite One Premium “Blue Mirror” – Nike.com

01/01

Nike Kyrie 2 “Inferno” ($120) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod791172&CMP=YT-JS-kyrie-2-inferno

Nike LeBron 13 “Black Lion” ($200) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod791059&CMP=YT-JS-lebron13-black-lion

Nike LeBron Soldier 8 YOUTH “FLYEASE” ($100) – Nike.com

Under Armour Curry One “Friends and Family MVP PE” ($110) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod794248&CMP=YT-JS-ua-curry-one-ff-mvp

Jordan Melo M12 “Dungeon” ($160) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod791150&CMP=YT-JS-melo=m12=dungeon

01/02

Air Jordan 4 Retro “Alternate 89” ($190) – http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod793265&CMP=YT-JS-jordan-iv-alternate-89

It is the last day of the year so let’s get this one over quick. From Kyrie to Curry to them Retro 4s. I am jacques Slade and this is the Heat Check.

Let’s start earlier in the week when Finish Line dropped the medium gray Air Jordan 1 Low. Jordan only gave us a couple Jordan 1 Lows in 2015 and this pair sums up the year well. Those will cost you $130. We also saw the Kobe X What The make it’s debut in that multi-colored upper. Those will cost you $260 if you want to pick those up. And jumping ahead to today, the Nike Air Foamposite One “Blue Mirror” released this morning. Those are considered a premium pair and will cost you $275 if you want to add those to your collection.

Moving ahead tomorrow, Nike is kicking things off with a youth size version of the LeBron 8 Soldier Flyease. These were probably the best thing Nike did in 2015 and you can grab a pair for $100 in youth sizes. Nike is also dropping two more pair on New Year’s day. First is the Kyrie 2 in the Inferno colorway. I’ve heard good things about the Kyrie 2 and this colorway will cost you $120. If LeBron is more your speed, check out the LeBron 13 in the Black Lion colorway. Shoutout out to that gum outsole. Those will cost you $200 over at Finish Line.

Keeping with New Year’s Day the Under Armour Curry 1 Low “Friends and Family” is finally hitting store shelves People have been wanting these since they popped in mid 2015 and you can grab them for $110. Keeping with signature looks, the Melo M12 will drop for the first time in 2016 in a mostly black colorway. Nicknamed the Dungeon, the Melo M12 will cost you $160. And rounding out the release for this weekend, the Jordan 4 Retro “Alternate 89” colorway. Jordan Brand teased these a while ago and they are just hitting store shelves on Saturday. You can grab these at Finish Line for remastered price of $190.

Nice and quick this week to end the year right. 2015 has been amazing and I want to say thank you all for your support and I am looking forward to keeping you up to date in 2015. Be sure to hit the links below if you want to find out more about the kicks I talked about in the video today and don’t forget to share and subscribe. I am Jacques Slade, this is the heat Check presented by Finish Line and as always, I appreciate you, I’ll see you soon Peace

Jacques ‘Kustoo’ Slade highlights daily updates and reviews on the best performance, lifestyle, and retro sneakers in Home of Today in Sneaks and The Week in Sneaks. Currently a contributing editor at Complex (and having previously worked Kicksonfire and NiceKicks), you don’t need to look any further for best news coverage of the biggest footwear brands.

Stories I’ve written for Complex Magazine: http://bit.ly/15lNx9e

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