November 5 is just over two weeks away, and this year it brings with it one of 2016’s best revivals — the Air Jordan 1 Black Toe.
A detailed round-up of Nike shoes past and present, running the gamut from performance Nike Running, Nike Basketball and Nike Football and the like, to off-court shoes from Jordan Brand, Nike Sportswear …
On October 18, 1984, the NBA officially “banned” Michael Jordan from wearing his black-and-red Air Jordan 1s, as the story goes. Thirty-two years later to the day, Jordan Brand celebrated[…]
If there’s one thing we here at Nikeblog appreciate, it’s maroon/burgundy/whatever-shade-of-dark-red shoes. More specifically, maroon shoes during the fall. So the Night Maroon Foamposite One that’s finally set to release?[…]
Earlier this week we unveiled the Roshe Two Hi Flyknit Sneakerboot, a rather eye-popping new take on the lifestyle favorite that brings a boot effect to play. That’s far from the[…]
Well, this shoe — a centerpiece of this year’s winter-ready Nike Sneakerboots collection — is dubbed the Nike Roshe Two Hi Flyknit Sneakerboot. But the imagery that name conjures up[…]
Remember Chris Brown, before making his full heel turn, serenading, “You’re like Jordans on Saturday”? Well, tomorrow’s Saturday so, as tradition dictates, here come the Jordans.
A cult classic of Nike Basketball’s mid-90s golden era, the Nike Air Unlimited has long been one of those when-will-they-retro-it old favorites. Well, we now have an answer: soon.
NikeLab’s at it again, reimagining and elevating an iconic athletic silhouette until it becomes something a little more high-fashion. Introducing the NikeLab Blazer Advanced.
The iconic Air Force 1 has been a favorite on feet since 1982, yet Nike continues to find ways to keep it fresh and fashion-forward. Next up, the classic version[…]
When you have a perfect design, why obfuscate it with brash colors and aesthetic bells and whistles? Such is the case made by the Air Jordan 3 Black/White anyway, one[…]