Nike has quite the legacy when it comes to signing and endorsing the world’s greatest Tennis athletes; Pete Sampras to Andre Aggasi, Roger Federer and Serena Williams just to name a few. And the company that is so in touch with the future and moving
With the Presidential Election coming up next Tuesday it sparked the inspiration for the latest blog post. Granted this has been the first in quite a while; so I’m going to try and shake the rust a bit. Let me crack my knuckles…this could spark
The Nike+ FuelBand made its debut earlier in the year and has become wildly popular with athletes and fitness lovers alike…even with the average person who does not do much. Releasing only in the ‘Black Steel’ colorway, the Band then released again in a limited ‘Ice’ look.
It is very rare in of itself to see a signature line hit the 10 mark, and it is highly rare that a shoe that reaches this plateau chronicles or details its name bearer’s accomplishments to that point. Ironically the Air Jordan 10 physically marked
Perhaps the Heat’s off-season acquisition; “Jesus Shuttlesworth” better known as Ray Allen…brought his talents to South Beach along with his extensive Player Exclusive collection. Proving yet again that being one of the original Team Jordan members (and long-standing member) has its perks. That even despite
Nike might be updating the Roshe Run’s appearance in 2013 but until then its original makeup will be getting a very slithery and scaly makeover. Featuring a black upper, misdole and waffle traction outsole coupled with a black Swoosh, laces and liner with snakeskin material
The Nike Air Flight One continues to make moves in 2012 and coming next month will be its fourth release of the year. The OG ‘White/White-Royal’ colorway will be returning in true form featuring black and grey accents as well. Have you passed or missed