The Hyperdunk hoops franchise rarely disappoints, turning out impressive performance-first models years after year, and it does not appear that it’s going to start now. Today we get our first[…]
We’ve said it before, but it’s worth reiterating: it looks like the future (heh) of the Jordan Future lies in the lowtop. We’ve already previewed a handful of colorways expected[…]
The “All-Star” edition of Kyrie Irving’s first signature shoe drops Valentine’s Day, but that’s not all that February has in store for the model. One of the most rife-with-potential colorways[…]
What’s NikeLab up to now? We’ve got the exclusive scoop: something.
Easily one of the most talked-about collaborations in recent history — no hyperbole; chatter’s been off the charts, man — the Just Don x Air Jordan 2 release date is[…]
Despite a slight downturn in major victories, Tiger Woods’s is still relentlessly pursuing perfection. This year, he and Nike Golf look to continue that pursuit by evolving the sport’s product[…]
The floral-printed motif is becoming an annual fixture on Kevin Durant’s signature shoe, as predictable as an “Aunt Pearl” colorway or a NSW Lifestyle remix. The latest such example may just prove[…]
I know there are plenty of folks who are beholden to the classics; who think that only an original colorway can be an all-time-great. And more power to those people.[…]
Yet another all-time-great example of the retro+ concept, the Air Jordan 4 Oreo returns in 2015 its usual self — beautifully premium, yet colorfully understated.
The latest instant-classic from the creative collaborative genius of Hiroshi Fujiwara and NikeLab, the Fragment x Nike Sock Dart Obsidian releases tomorrow, January 29.