Monthly Archives: March 2017

Nike Kobe A.D. NXT Unveiled

The metaphoric and symbolic post-martyr ceremonies of the two-decade career of Kobe Bryant began in late-2016. Upon scoring 60-points in his final professional game and riding off into the blissful sunset known as retirement…Nike introduced us to life after the “death” of Kobe. The Nike

Nike Flyknit Racer Multicolor 2.0

In 2015 Nike launched the first sequel to the 2013 ‘Multicolor’ Flyknit Racer….the appropriately nicknamed Flyknit Racer ‘Multicolor 2.0’ or its given street name the Flyknit Racer 2.0 ‘Multicolor’. And two years later; Nike is restocking or rather relaunching the model. Last year Nike dropped

Detailed Look at the KAWS x Jordan Brand Capsule Collection

This is the week…this Friday; the highly anticipated, highly desired, highly sought after KAWS x Air Jordan 4 Retro will be available at select retailers exclusively. And with the retro comes an assortment of pieces that comprises the capsule collection. Blending worlds between art and craftsmanship, the world-renown

Flight Inspires the Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro Royal

Jordan Brand has opted to tell stories with two of their beloved colorways; last September’s Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro where the ‘Banned’ story was re-told and with this April’s ‘Royal’ Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro. Taking from the perspective of the “Flight

Did Kendrick Lamar Hint at His Fourth Studio Album

Kendrick Lamar is one of the biggest names in not only hip-hop, but music…hell, pop culture even. And if his second studio album Good Kidd M.A.A.D. City was the album that solidified his spot in music…it was his third album To Pimp a Butterfly that put Kendrick in relatively

Nike Air Max Visual Timeline

Tinker Hatfield is the genius that undoubtedly connects two of the longest running lines in the sneaker industry…the Air Jordan line; which Tinker made his mark with the Air Jordan 3 and numerous releases to follow…and the Nike Air Max line which began with his

Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro Royal Detailed Images

Not to be confused with the 2013 iteration of the classic, original color scheme but the ‘Royal’ Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro is back four years after its latest run. The ever-desired classic takes after its 2016 counterpart, the revamped ‘Banned’ Air Jordan 1