Perhaps the news that took a lot of the sneaker community by storm today is that the Kobe IX Elite has hit Nike iD. And while the Engineered Mesh iteration was already available, the Flyknit variation that all of us were waiting on has hit.
Stop us when you’ve heard this before…Adidas is doing something entirely outside of the box with the ZX Flux. While this release is toned down from the graphic and print heavy patterns we’ve seen in the past…this ZX Flux does away with its base material
Adding yet another collaborator to their extensive list for 2014, Reebok has worked with Beams on an Insta Pump Fury. What else would it be in this 20th anniversary. Tonal ranges create this release, simplistic and suitable for all occasions; the neutral combination of black,
Jeremy Scott has a tendency to drop something and fade behind the scenes and come back with something else. And for fans of the Jeremy Scott x Adidas Originals collaborations, we’re in the latter of that cycle. Because Scott is back with a brand new
The Nike Air Trainer Max 91 is a retro we’ve seen before and we’re due to see it again. Later this year in fact. What is perhaps the silhouette’s most famous colorway, the Bo Jackson trainer gets another retro just a short four years after
Remember when there was talk abound that Kanye West had already designed a handful of Adidas models. Well before all of that, Yeezy apparently designed an Adidas model in 2006. Until now the sneaker was never seen and it never released either, leaving some people
Whenever the words bright mango and Kobe are affiliated, it gets a lot of people’s hopes up. Why? Because of the ‘Barcelona’ summer release of the Zoom Kobe VI back in 2011. And while we have not seen a soccer themed Kobe IX just yet…perhaps