2012 will mark the first time the Nike Griffey line sees a multi-signature hybrid sneaker. The Air Max Griffey Fury is a mix between the Air Diamond Fury and the Air Max JR. The sneakers will feature a 360 Air sole beneath a hyperfuse upper. This specific colorway is made up of a Royal Blue and White upper with Volt accents and air units. Check out some more pictures after the break and let us know how you feel about these kicks. Continue reading →
Check out this quick video from Obey documenting their trip to Copenhagen this past July. It captures the crew setting up for a solo exhibition at the V1 Gallery, and features plenty of commentary from Shepard Fairey. Check it out right here, and let’s hear what you think.
This morning I came across this super cool post from sports apparel giant Mitchell & Ness. It highlights former NBA players who were rocking some of today’s most popular styles back in the day – skinny jeans, black rimmed glasses, awesome facial hair, polos, and more. Check out the pictures after the break, and be sure to share your thoughts on these awesome pictures.
One of the most recognizable Japanese baseball players of all time, Hideo Nomo, has seen a resurgence in his Nike line over the past year. In my opinion, this upcoming colorway is super fresh. It features a Black upper laid over White mesh with Yellow highlights and accents. Check out some more images of these kicks after the break, and be sure to let us know how you feel about them. Continue reading →
I have bringing you a few different models from Nike’s new Aztec Pack over the past few weeks. Today we get a look at two different colorways of the classic Nike Dunk High. The first model features an Oxen Brown upper, Lion swoosh, Black heel overlay, and Aztec-inspired print around the ankle. The second pair features a colorway we have been seeing on other models from the Aztec Pack. The Sand upper is set off by a Blue swoosh, Iron Grey overlay, and Aztec print around the ankle. Check out some more pictures of both pairs after the break, and let’s hear what you think. Continue reading →
This is one of the best SB Dunk Low designs I have seen in a long, long time. Personally, I like these even better than the Space Jam Dunks released earlier this year. The Roller Derby colorway is a collaboration with the Made For Skate book/art exhibit that was released a few years ago. The shoes feature tons of awesome artistic touches such as the marbled paint effect over the toe box, wood grain effect on the side panels, and retro Roller Derby images on the footbed. Check out plenty more images after the break, and let’s hear if this is a pair you’d be into picking up. Continue reading →
If you’re like me and love classic Nike trainers, these should be right up your alley. This retro colorway of the Air Trainer Max ’96 features an upper of White mesh and Obsidian overlays. Canyon Gold accents and air bubbles make the shoes pop. Check out some more pictures after the break and let’s hear if these are something you’re into. Continue reading →