I do my best not hate on sneakers. Like any movie, it could be somebody’s favorite. My last rant came on the heels of the Jordan Brand announcing their summer drops and how terrible I thought they were. And to no surprise you, the public, agreed with me as they sat on shelves for weeks. However this past week Nike
via Forbes Sneakerheads and myself have questioned whether or not Kanye West and the Yeezy brand had anything new to offer since we haven’t seen any radical design changes and a plethora of 350v2s for the past few years. Sure we have seen some design “leaks” but we could never be sure what was real or fake in this current
@solesbyJC Via HighSnobiety Recently @solesbyjc gave us a glimpse into an upcoming Jordan 1 set to come out this holiday season. The shoe is being called “Fearless”. It was designed to pay homage of Jordan’s transition from playing college at UNC to playing with the Chicago Bulls. Fearless The sneaker sports a combination of colors from the Tar Heels and
Jordan React Via Nike Jordan Trunner Via Nike Jordan Trunner NXT Via Nike Jordan Brand this week unveiled three new non basketball silhouettes, the Jordan React Havoc, Jordan Trunner NXT, and Jordan Trunner LT . All three come with react cushioning, and are meant for team sports athletes as opposed to runners. “All of these are really centered around a
Ghost Face is finally here and he is quite terrifying. (First few matches against him at least) Unlike other license killer DLC, Ghost face did not release with a new map and a new survivor. For example, the Michael Myers DLC came with Laurie Strode and a free level called Haddonfield. (So no Sidney Prescott, unfortunately) But like other
This week Nike revealed their lost shipment tease and it all led to a Stranger Things collaboration reveal. There are two sneaker lines as well a Hawkins High clothing line. Each sneaker line contains colorways on the classic Blazer, Cortez, and Tailwind. One set dons the Hawkins High colors and the other sports a patriotic red, white and blue theme.
I’m gonna come straight out and say it, I am a Nike Monarch hater. However I know that there is an audience for it, that’s why I had recommended it an earlier article a few weeks ago. It’s just so basic plain, vanilla, bleh, uninspired, generic, place negative adjective here. It enrages me that its basicness was so apparent
I really like it when brands use their power to do good. Whether it’s Nike sticking by Colin Kaepernick after being blackballed by the NFL to all the resources that Adidas has put into sustainability with their new FUTURECRAFT Loop or work with Parley, I see an effort on their part to try and be better. Sometimes the skeptic in