We world-premiered it back in December, and now — finally! — the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit is set to arrive imminently.
The Air Foamposite One originally released in 1997, which, of course, was not an Olympic year. 2016 is though, and it’s bringing red, white and blue to the iconic silhouette[…]
The Air Jordan 1 KO is back, and it’s . . . going high-fashion? (Don’t you just love an inquisitive lead-in, as if this were your local 6 o’clock news?)
The icon cometh. Again.
The Air Jordan 31 isn’t just the thirty-first chapter of the Air Jordan — though it’s that too, of course — it’s the three-decade anniversary of the Air Jordan 1;[…]
The LunarEpic was an acclaimed hightop, Flyknit-equipped running shoe before it was lowered and reimagined in mesh. So it was easy to imagine the Zoom All Out Flyknit — which essentially[…]
In 1987, the Nike Air Trainer 1 revolutionized athletic footwear, bringing together elements of running, lifting and court shoes to create the first true cross-trainer; the most versatile sneaker to[…]
The Rio Games kick off next month, and they’re being ushered in by the return of one of the great Nikes in Olympic history: the Nike Air More Uptempo Olympic.
The Air Jordan 30 has had a little difficulty gaining traction at retail, owing perhaps to what felt like a rushed release and a design that was somewhat derivative (though[…]
With the 2016 Summer Olympics mere weeks from kicking off, LeBron James’s signature shoe is dressed up in its patriotic best and ready for the occasion. Today!