Category Archives: Sneakers

Another Sherpa-Lined Nike SF-AF1 High Is Coming In Thunder Blue

Nike’s Special Forces Air Force 1 tackles the militaristic aesthetic with an almost masterful touch, implementing straps, fasteners, and an upper construction that would make even Errolson Hugh proud. Released quite frequently during the Fall/Winter season, the model has seen quite a few colorways as well as some much needed upgrades. Now arriving once again with a seasonal tooling, the model dons a sherpa lining fit for the snow-laden months ahead while upgrading its fabrication to include…

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First Look At The Off-White Nike Air Force 1 “Volt” For Toddlers

After bringing you a detailed look at the black pair, Virgil Abloh and the Swoosh are back once again with a toddler version of the Off-White Nike Air Force 1 in a glistening volt hue. Equipped with all of the same embellishments as the adult pair, its highlights feature a technical ripstop upper, Helvetica-style font, and Abloh’s signature zip-tie in a soft blue shade. It will be interesting to see how Abloh’s deconstructed sneakers do in small sizes, as the intricate details tha…

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The Nike Kobe AD Releases In A “Black Toe” Colorway

Color blocking and split motifs have been all the rage in the past year, entering into mainstream sneaker culture as a remnant of the trends found predominantly in the 90s. Updating that classic tooling to fit more modern tastes, the Beaverton brand is donning the Kobe AD with that same design ethos in a palette of black and white. Split directly down the middle from the heel towards the forefoot, the lateral side dons a stark white with a grey dotted swoosh while the medial side takes on a c…

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Jordan Brand Creates A 1-of-1 Air Jordan 1 PE For Cancer Survivor

For one of its biggest fans, the Jordan Brand NRG design team opened its clandestine quarters and a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Millad Mesriani, an avid Air Jordan fanatic and cancer survivor, got the opportunity to design a one-of-one pair of Air Jordan 1s to commemorate his battle against a disease that could not stand up to his resiliency. Through the Make-A-Wish foundation, Mesriani began his design journey two years ago, and today it culminated with a first look at a jaw-dropping desi…

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Nike Air Max 97 SE “Burgundy Crush” Is Dropping Soon For Women

Dressed in a cool-weather friendly combination of Burgundy Crush, Diffused Taupe, and Metallic Mahogany, the Air Max 97 Premium is back yet again in a special colorway designed specifically for the ladies. Boasting a slightly more premium aesthetic than regular renditions of the speed bullet inspired runner, this iteration ushers in hairy suede on its mudguard and an eye-catching mesh inside its racing stripes. Female Swoosh Brand enthusiasts looking to add these Burgundy Crush 97s to their s…

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UConn Men’s Basketball Shows Off A Nike Kyrie 5 PE

While UConn’s women’s basketball team is arguably the most dominant program in sports over the last decade-plus, their men’s organization boasts an impressive resume in their own right, cutting down the nets at the end of the season in both 2011 and 2014. Combine that with an impressive alumni list including NBA stars the likes of Kemba Walker, Ray Allen, and Andre Drummond, UConn is arguably one of the Swoosh brand’s top college basketball teams. To celebrate this ill…

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Nike Commemorates New NYC Store With “Noise Cancelling” Collection

Nike is ready to open its doors to its new NYC flagship on Thursday, November 15th, offering the first customers a chance at the new “Noise Cancelling” Collection that honors five epic athletes who silenced the city through various performances. It all begins with the Nike Zoom Fly 2, which represents long-distance runner Shalane Flanagan and her triumph at the Women’s NYC marathon in 2017. The Air Jordan 1 High is connected to Nigel Sylvester, who burst into the mainstream …

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Where To Buy The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Zebra” In The US

The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Zebra” is ready to release this Friday, November 16th at select adidas retailers across the United States. Retailing at $ 220, this popular sneaker by Kanye West features an elastic Primeknit upper above a distinguishable sole that utilizes Boost cushioning for supreme levels of comfort. This white and black colorway, which actually released back in early 2017, features a hint of red on the upper that reads SPLY-350. After returning to stores worldwid…

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Oversized Jewel Swooshes Arrives On The Nike Air Force 1

Jewel Swooshes are one of the more revered embellishments throughout all of Nike’s illustrious lore. The shimmering hit of Beaverton branding manages to take a simplistic Air Force 1 or Air Max 1 creation and bring a slightly luxurious edge into the fold. Now, Nike Sportswear’s designers are taking things to a whole new level by way of an oversized jewel check on this Obsidian-colored AF1 Low. For an even more eye-catching effect, that Swoosh ushers in a gradient pattern that comb…

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Air Jordan 1 “Not For Resale” In Yellow Releases On November 14th

The Air Jordan 1 “Not For Resale” is a shoe that’s incited strong opinions both positive and negative from sneakerheads since the day it was revealed. Some stores raffled their pairs, some stores made the buyers wear their shoes out the door to ensure their anti-reselling message would be followed — but all stores sold out, and the shoes supposedly created to make a statement about wearing your kicks are now being flipped for several times their original retail value. Now,…

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