This has been something I have thought about lately. And it is quite the interesting dynamic. In between the Yeezy Season 1 release in late October and the ‘Moonrock’ Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost from November…the timing could not have been any better. As I sat and I
The header can be slightly misleading, however the latter still remains to be seen. But two weeks ago when Kanye West x Adidas launched the Yeezy 350 Boost Low; the release was the personification of words uttered by West which was echoed throughout the sneaker community.
December Air Jordan 10 Retro Orlando “White/Black-Royal-Metallic Silver”: Dec. 1 [$190] Nike Air Max 97 Premium “Bright Citron/Black-Black”: Dec. 1 [$170] Nike LeBron 16 “Black/Metallic Silver-White”: Dec. 1 [$185] Playstation x Nike PG 2.5 “Wolf Grey/Multi-Color”: Dec. 1 [$110] Nike WMNS Air VaporMax Flyknit 2 “Pure Platinum/Arctic Pink-White-Pure Platinum”: Dec. 1 [$190] Adidas Ultra Boost
So just when you thought you’d seen the end to this saga, you have not. Three years ago Kanye West defected from Nike for Adidas after a fueled rant that included shots at current Nike CEO, Mark Parker. However that has not deterred Nike over
Last spring Nike Sportswear did their not so very best to distance themselves from Kayne West who defected to Adidas in late 2013. And while still holding ownership to the color schemes of the Nike Air Yeezy and Nike Air Yeezy 2…Nike took the ‘Solar
When we look back at the year in sneakers that was 2014; it could prove to be a pivotal year in shaping the sneaker industry of the near future. So much was packed into 12 months, 365 days of news, seismic shifts within the industry
Eventful. Hyped. Just a couple words that come to mind when we look at the past 30 plus days in the sneaker industry. But, there has been one overarching theme to all of this points…it’s been a case of quote, misquote. Yes a lot of