Known all around the globe, Stash’s artistry and collaborations have made him a fixture within the sneaker community that cannot be denied. Armed with his signature blue in tow, the Nike Lab Zoom Spiridon which reappeared last year. As it currently stands, the collaboration is
Remember 2013’s Roundel x Nike Air Max Collection featuring the Nike Air Max 1 and Nike Air Max 90…well three years removed from this drop, Nike x Roundel have yet another project forthcoming. Taking the Nike Lab Zoom Spiridon which made its comeback in 2016;
Since bringing back the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon this summer and the Nike Air Zoom Talaria back in the spring, both late 90s silhouettes have been met with a positive response. And when we last saw both; there was an Olympic flair to each model,
Since bringing the late 90s back with the Nike Lab Air Zoom Spiridon…the Swoosh has further plans for the cult classic. Specifically an Olympic-United States themed colorway. Beautifully composed of a white mesh and sleek navy mudguard contouring itself around the silhouette…the model is nicely
Last month we reported to you that Nike was bringing back the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon from the late-1990s vault. But as we know, the OG ‘Black/Sport Red’ colorway makes its return…but Nike Lab has curated two additional simplistic yet fitting colorways. Both a black/white
Nineteen years removed from the original release…the Nike Zoom Spiridon is back! The cult runner returned (sort of) in the new Nike Zoom Mercurial Flyknit, as elements from the ’90s runner made its presence felt. That infusion of the Spiridon’s features sparked up talk of
“How could I do something that has not already been done?” – Piet Parra History is on the side of Parra….for over a decade the brand has collaborated with Nike to deliver a number of Nike Air Max 1 projects and the mantle adds another this month.