Nike is releasing the Black Version with a Gum sole of the SF AF1 next week, January 19th. Get a closer look of the sneaker, retailing at $165. (more…)
Nearly a year after it’s premiere, Nike is re-releasing the Air Jordan 1 “New York” and “Los Angeles” colorways. Priced at $160, the sneaker is now available for purchase at select Jordan Brand stores. Check out more photos for a better look.
Kobe Bryant covers Black Rainbow magazine’s latest ‘Basketball Special Issue’ which features a special look at his NIKE Kobe X sneaker as well as NBA legend, Michael Jordan. This limited edition issue can be purchased online as well as BlackRainbow’s flagship store. See more of the spread below: (more…)
Nike released all white colorway for the Free Inneva Tech sneaker. The “White/White” colorway is accented perfectly with gold on the tongue as well as the insole. Dropping January 15th, the nylon woven sneaker will be available for purchase at Nike’s online shop and select NikeLab stores. See more photos inside… (more…)
Nike Sportswear drops a Women’s Air Max Thea sneaker in the “All White” colorway. The sneaker contains a full white mesh upper base layer with a cushioned heel. This the perfect Christmas gift for that special lady. Head over to Nike’s online shop to purchase, sizes are selling out already.
The latest edition of the Nike Kobe 9 High KRM EXT has been revealed as the “Red Mamba”. The upper outer material is red snakeskin leather paired with the black rubber midsoles. The high top extension on the heel and collar’s snake-inspired pattern and tonal stitching embodies a “serpent-like appearance” as the overall shoe is made to resemble the attitude of the venomous Red Viper. Check out Nike Sportswear stores and online shop when the Red Mambas release, December 19th.
Nike has been taking a lot of losses as of recently as adidas has steadily continued to grow. Kanye West openly dissed and left Nike for adidas more recently and almost lost Kevin Durant to Under Armour. adidas has many people under them including: Rita Ora, Big Sean, Jeremy Scott, Derrick Rose, Pharrell, Nigo and more. Now Nike’s top 3 designers,Marc Dolce, Mark Mine and Denis Dekovic, has decided to ditch the “swoosh” for “three stripes”. Check out the adidas statement on their new trio addition:
Adidas today announced a new creative studio coming to Brooklyn in New York in 2015 that will drive design direction for the brand and elevate the company’s direct interaction with consumers. The global studio will serve as a cultural contact point in the most influential city in the U.S., connecting the brand closely with sports and street culture.
The Brooklyn Creative Studio will be a small but essential operation aimed at exploring design direction for the brand. This facility will be an open source creative center allowing us to connect and collaborate with consumers in a way we’ve never done before,” said Paul Gaudio, adidas global creative director.
Three experienced, world class designers will join our team next year to lead the creative studio and manage a small team of cross-discipline creatives. Denis Dekovic has 20 years of footwear design experience across soccer, women’s, snowboarding, basketball and tennis; Marc Dolce is a 20-year veteran of the footwear design industry with experience across basketball, training, running, women’s and lifestyle; and, Mark Miner is a footwear designer with experience in running, women’s and basketball.