Some things just go together: Kool-Aid and sugar; peanut butter and jelly; ham and burger; and, evidently, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 4. Like the synergistic qualities[...]
Perhaps one of the most anticipated of 2015′s newly remastered retro Air Jordans, the Air Jordan 10 Bulls Over Broadway capitalizes on the current all-red-shoe trend, but ups the ante[...]
Custom-sneaker heavyweight Mache is back at it again, putting a colorful new spin inspired by one of the NBA’s biggest stars on the classic Air Jordan 3.
Madison Bumgarner is now the stuff of legends and the San Francisco Giants are, once again, for the third time in five seasons, Major League Baseball champions.
Halloween is Friday, a day when spirits saunter, ghosts gallop and monsters meander out of the spectral plane. So too, of course, do special edition Nike shoes, such as the[...]
The Air Jordan 1 debuted in 1985, and basketball shoes — hell, just shoes, full stop — were never the same. That makes next year the icon’s 30th anniversary, and[...]
Despite the unmitigated popularity of retros, and the robust sales of virtually all classic Air Jordans that release, there are plenty of folks who complain about the practice, wondering why[...]
LeBron James’s twelfth signature shoe was supposed to debut with a grey-and-teal colorway, inspired by the Nike Sports Research Lab. But fate intervened and, one big postponement later, here it[...]
Conventional wisdom never leads to innovation. Just because, say, the Air Max 1 has been an icon for decades now, that doesn’t mean there’s no room to improve or expand[...]
Charles Barkley inspired one of the all-time great Nike signature lines. No, not above Michael Jordan, and you can debate where he fits alongside the Kobe Bryants, Anfernee Hardaways and[...]