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Converse Adds Retro Basketball Vibes Onto The Chuck 70

As one of the first basketball sneakers to take the world by storm, Converse’s Chuck Taylor silhouette — with its cemented roots in Americana — have continued to maintain its status as an icon during the countless years since its introduction, proving timeless design beats all trends. Calling back to this nostalgia and its oft-forgotten roots within performance, the Chuck 70 is making a return with a modified ankle, adorning its usually understated construction with one cons…

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Nike to Introduce $350 USD Auto-Lacing HyperAdapts to the Basketball Court

Nike has some big goals in store for 2019, including bringing its auto-lacing HyperAdapts to the basketball court.

During the company’s quarterly earnings meeting for Q2 of 2019, Nike executives revealed plans for an “Adaptive” performance basketball shoe set to release next year for $ 350 USD. “I’m exci…

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The Nike Zoom 2K Is Like A Basketball Version Of The M2K Tekno

With much of the first three quarters of 1990s Nike Basketball relatively covered on the retro front, the Swoosh is looking toward the new millennium of footwear as part of their full-fledged revival of their archive. The distinct aesthetic is also informing some of Nike Sportswear’s newer offerings as well, with the recently revealed Nike Zoom…

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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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The Nike Air More Money “Meant To Fly” References A Vintage Women’s Basketball Ad

Nike’s newest Air More Money creation helps further the brand’s increased emphasis on two particular – and unrelated – things, the female sneakerhead and the resurgence of retro 90s hoops models. With a “Meant To Fly” nickname bestowed upon this iteration, it harkens back to an old school Nike ad from the 1980s that spread the message,  “Who said woman was not meant to fly?” as an advertisement for the WNBA. Dressed in gold, the More Money&#82…

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Li-Ning’s Upcoming Basketball Shoe Has Strong Resemblance To The adidas Crazy BYW X

As the first Chinese sportswear company to make a notable impact on the NBA and USA basketball market by signing Dwayne Wade away from Jordan Brand in 2012, Li-Ning holds an interesting international position in the world of court performance footwear. Alongside Wade’s long-running “Way Of Wade” signature line, Li-Ning also presents several other basketball options every season — and their latest silhouette to surface bears an awful lot of resemblance to the adidas Crazy B…

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adidas Adds Clear Orange To The Crazy BYW For Basketball Season

adidas’ Crazy BYW basketball silhouette perfectly encapsulates the climate of today’s current sneaker industry. Brands and consumers are in love with two things at the moment – chunky silhouettes, and models that resemble a decidedly 90s vibe. That is the Crazy BYW in a nutshell. Not only is it very clearly a boisterously designed sneaker, but it draws heavily from the brand’s BYW series that was born in the foregone era. Of course, it wouldn’t be a modernized Th…

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adidas Released Special Dame 4s For Lillard’s Basketball Camp

In honor of Damian Dillard’s annual Summer Youth Basketball Camp, the Three Stripes is celebrating with a specially designed version of the Dame 4. Dressed in a wild combination of multi-color, its boisterous upper features graphics of basketballs, notebooks, and clocks, nodding to the teaching that goes down at the camp. While this new-look Dame 4 was indeed designed with the camp in mind, one does not have to be in attendance to secure a pair, as they are currently available at adidas…

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