Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Michael Jordan’s “Flu Game” in of the 1997 NBA Finals is often regarded as one of MJ’s best performances in the history of the Playoffs. For the youngsters who aren’t familiar with that game, but are still planning to cop this , you might be well suited to hit YouTube and enjoy some clips from that legendary outing.
As we’ve come to expect Air Jordan 11 releases in December, a similar trend involving the Air Jordan 11 Low has been growing over the last few years. Every June, Jordan Brand releases the Air Jordan 11 Low, and it appears that this June 4th, both the “Varsity Red” and “Navy/Gum” will release on on that fateful Saturday.
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
The Nike Dunk High was the shoe to wear if you were a collegiate basketball player in the late 1980s. It was the time right before the 1s dropped to change the entire landscape of hoops sneakerdom, and Peter Moore’s design reigned supreme in the world of college hoops.
The Air Jordan 10 is coming back in an original colorway…almost, anyway. As part of the “Heiress” collection just for the young lady fans, the “Steel” colorway receives a twist in a ‘Pearl’ cream-colored hue in place of the original white leather, while black is found in all the same places as the OG Steel color block.
Monday, February 23, 2015
You’ve never seen Floral done quite like this. Sportswear’s latest Nike Air Max 1 “City Floral” Collection will be available stateside on April 11th, 2015. Inspired by the fashion capitols of New York City, Tokyo, Pairs, London, Milan, and Shanghai, each of Tinker Hatfield’s 1987 classics feature a pairing of two flower prints joining together in an effort to define each city. New York gets a noire-ish black and white palette, Paris sees an Aunt Pearl-like pink and blue spring motif, Tokyo is represented by cherry blossoms and roses in a fitting royal blue, and so on. Check out a better view of the latest Nike WMNS Air Max 1 collection after the break and be on the lookout for each of these pairs to arrive at select stateside Nike Sportswear retailers starting April 11th (the six Air Max 1s will be available internationally on March 8th for International Women’s Day).
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Following an editorial perspective of the Electric Green variant, another colorway of the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run from its extensive Spring 2015 collection is highlighted, particularly in Bright Crimson.
A perfect shade for the warm season ahead, this popular lifestyle silhouette has been updated with a Flyknit upper that conforms to your foot, which offers sufficient support in a lightweight profile.