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Nike SB Dunk High Pro Reese Forbes Re-Releasing

We chronicled Nike SB’s celebration of 15-years of the Nike SB Dunk…and to join in on the celebration is a remastered launch of Reese Forbes’ SB Dunk. However this re-issuing comes in the form of the SB Dunk High Pro. One of the original SB

FILA Bubbles’ 1st Release of the 20th Anniversary

Fila for the last two holidays have dropped the cult favorite, the Fila Bubbles. Both coming in classic color schemes from the silhouette’s original run. Now in 2017, those two launches were just the warm-up for the 20th anniversary of the model which is being

Nike SB Celebrates 15 Years of the SB Dunk

After the Air Force 1…there is probably two¬†other silhouettes that transcend culture and its genre per se. The first being the Air Jordan 1 and the other being the Nike Dunk. Long before the Air Jordan 1 x Nike SB crossovers, we witnessed skaters in

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra

Adidas Originals has the next Yeezy Boost 350 V2 all set and ready to go. Taking the ultra-simplistic motif of white and black and intertwining Primeknit across the silhouette’s entire upper. The release comes after the ‘Black/Red’ launch just a week ago. Of course with

Air Jordan 13 Retro OG Another Look

The Air Jordan 13 holds deep and special meaning when you look at the Air Jordan arc. Tinker Hatfield’s creation garnering inspiration from MJ’s “Black Cat” nickname, was part of MJ’s memorable last championship run. Eventually the silhouette, was slightly phased out by MJ when

Nike Air Max2 Uptempo 94 & Air Max Uptempo 97 AS QS

Nike Sportswear’s focus might be fixated on the premium ‘5 Decades of Basketball’ celebration¬†but arguably the golden age of basketball silhouettes came in the 1990s. The true renaissance of the Nike Basketball came between 1990-1999; that is where we find the Air Max2 Uptempo 94

Sneak Attack DC is Back!

Back in 2013…a sneaker show hit the Washington, DC area…Sneak Attack (SNKATTK). Well after a couple years off, the show is back and bigger and badder and better than ever. With an all-new location, moving away from the fun and welcoming Penn Social in the