Today celebrates 27 years since Nike first released the Air Max 1—designed by Tinker Hatfield—the first sneaker to ever feature a visible air bubble. To celebrate the day, Nike is re-visiting the Air Max (runner) history, and has even made a special-edition pair of Air Max 1s that come in the sneaker’s O.G. white/red color scheme with a bright-yellow midsole.
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Late Wednesday night, word leaked out that the Nike AMG, affectionately referred to as the “Marty McFlys” based off of the Back To The Future character actually exist and that Nike would be releasing them. In actuality, yes, the shoes do exist and as of 10:30 CST last night they’ve been going on sale via […]
Jordan Brand knows exactly what it’s doing for the holiday season. Last year they had malls and sneaker spots hostage with the release of the “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI’s and will be doing the same this Christmas with the release of the “Cool Grey” XI’s. However, next year may also be one gigantic year […]