The canvas Air Force 1 was met with loud (I mean, Twitter-loud) cheers when it was resurrected last month. So buckle your seatbelts and affix some other sort of safety[…]
Kevin Durant and LeBron James dispatched of their first-round playoff opponents with ease, and now settle in for bigger challenges in the second round. Their upgraded signature shoes are up[…]
A running-turned-casual icon, the Air Presto evolves into Nike’s next great silhouette this week. Following a SNKRS-only launch last month, the Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit releases at global Nike[…]
Part two of the Kobe 11 “Muse Pack” is on tap this week, the second colorway of the special series that celebrates Nike designers who have helped shape the Kobe[…]
Last year, the Swoosh introduced the Nike Golf Club Collection, golf apparel that seeks to marry together the sport’s tradition and on-trend styles, yielding a line of apparel that can be[…]
Nike Running’s longest-running (pun gleefully intended) franchise finally spawns its latest new model in the weeks ahead; the Nike Zoom Pegasus 33 release date is officially set.
The college basketball season ended last month, but thankfully that’s not stopping Nike from continuing the revival of some classic “Be True to Your School” Nike Dunks.
First released back in 2001, the Air Jordan 11 Low Cherry will return this year, a revival that’s been eliciting universal approval ever since we announced it back in March.[…]
Last month, Nike revived two original Be True To Your School Nike Dunks, the white-and-red St. John’s edition and the white-and-blue Kentucky colorway. The NCAA Tournament is now well behind[…]