Tag Archives: Deion Sanders

Nike Air DT Max 96 Returns in OG Form

For the third time this decade, the Nike Air DT Max 96 is making a retro run. The fabled ‘Black/Varsity Maize-White’ color scheme’s timing is a little strange given how Deion Sanders revealed on an episode of Sneaker Shopping that he would not work with the Swoosh

Nike Diamond Turf II Premium FSU Official Images

National Championship. Check…for Florida State. Consensus collegiate All-American. Check…for Deion Sanders. Number retired by Florida State. Check…another to Primetime. Good things are happening for Florida State these days and it is well deserved. Nike takes the time to honor both Deion Sanders and his Heisman

Nike Air Diamond Turf Gamma Green-Atomic Red

Who honestly expected the Diamond Turf to come back in 2013…not us, and we’re sure you didn’t expect it either. Either way the Diamond Turf is back and with a new colorway for this go round. White makes up the base of the silhouette while

Nike Air DT Max 96 Varsity Red-White Retro

You might have just looked at the initial Air DT Max ’96 post and saw that the shoe is poised to make another retro appearance (this holiday season). But, the shoe will also be getting a new colorway…and where there is smoke, there’s fire…so we

Nike Air DT Max 96 Black-Varsity Maize-White Retro

Does not seem that long ago since we last saw a retro of the Nike Air DT Max ’96…well, that’s because it wasn’t that long ago. Just a short three years ago we last saw a retro featuring the OG Black-Varsity Maize-White colorway. Guess what…it’s

Nike Air Diamond Turf II ‘Grey-Orange-White’

The Nike Air Diamond Turf II is showing no signs of slowing down with its next release right over the horizon. Releasing in May is the newest colorway of the Diamond Turf II. Sporting a predominantly grey look in addition to hits of orange and

Nike Air Diamond Turf 2 “Cowboys”

1995, the entire NFL competed in the “Deion Sweepstakes”, for the chance to sign Deion Sanders. When it was all said and done, the All-Pro signed with the Dallas Cowboys. $35 million and two super bowls later, it proved to be the right decision. Now,