Just Do It. Thirty years ago three small words, none longer than four letter; eleven characters in total (counting the period) took hold of the footwear industry. The catchphrase, Just Do It is celebrating its 30th anniversary and Nike is putting the famed campaign slogan on
Penny Hardaway had quite the grip on the footwear industry in the mid-to late 1990s…the success of 1995’s Nike Air Max Penny 1 proved to be the launching pad for the star Orlando guard, despite having a bevy of unofficial signatures earlier in his career.
If you’re reading this and as excited by the news as I am…it probably has something to do with the fact that you missed out on the Nike Epic React Flyknit’s original launch. Initially releasing in both College Navy/Racer Blue and White/Racer Blue-Pink Blast respectively,
The Nike Air Monarch IV is no longer just that sneaker dads wear…it’s become a cult favorite all-of-a-sudden. Perhaps it was when Russell Westbrook strolled into Madison Square Garden with the bulky model on, or maybe it was when John Elliott put his touch on
Last summer was quite the eventful one for Kyrie Irving…there was of course the trade to Boston and there was his first Nike Basketball tour of Asia. This summer is no different and Kyrie is in high demand or should we say Uncle Drew. His
Much excitement has been placed around Nigeria’s national football team, the Super Eagles this spring. According to the Nigeria Football Federation…the squad’s World Cup kits hit a whopping three million in pre-sale orders prior to its late-May release. And if that wasn’t crazy enough…the kits were
The turn of the century and millennium was an uniquely intriguing time…there was a wide-scale infatuation with the looming and inevitable future; but there was also this creative boom that seemingly came from the time unknown as well. And Nike absolutely ran with that concept.