LeBron James took to the hardwood during All-Star Saturday practice in a then-never before seen colorway of the Nike LeBron 16. But as we learned soon there after…the release is a project with Atmos and is actually the first release of the LeBron 16 Low.
Atmos’ upcoming Nike collaboration takes us back to familiar grounds with the Nike Air Max 95 as acting subject. The ‘We Love Nike’ Air Max 95 takes cues from the silhouette’s packaging over the years almost like a Papier-mâché mosaic along the ribbed upper. Creating
Retooling a classic does not technically take away from the original…if anything it enhances that moment in time when you reflect on the past. And that is what Atmos is going for and found with the Animal Pack 2.0. Merely inverting the underlay from a
Roger Federer and Michael Jordan are perhaps the greatest their individual sport have ever seen. And the two collaborating is not be scoffed at nor is it to be overlooked. With more than a couple projects under their belt inspired by three of the original Air
Tinker Hatfield’s best of both worlds finds themselves packaged together ahead of Air Max Day. And by now we’ve seen the duo of the Atmos x Air Max 1 and the Air Jordan 3 Retro both resting comfortably together in their elephant print/safari print on
The winner of Nike’s Bring Back campaign in 2016, the Atmos x Nike Air Max 1 will be re-releasing a decade after its original release. Drawing much anticipation and hype, the retro still sports the same goodness that made the OG such a cult classic. With
Last year, we the people voted to bring back the Atmos x Nike Air Max 1 ‘Elephant’ during the Air Max Day festivities. The “Vote Back” campaign saw a tight race all the way until the bitter end; so let’s hope Nike brings back the