With summer just around the corner, this women’s exclusive Creamsicle-esque Air Jordan 1 Mid is sure to make some sneakerheads salivate.
The Nike Zoom GP, one of the best Nike Sportswear releases in recent memory, gets deconstructed by the good folks over at FastPass.
When you hear the words Crossfit you most likely think of insane workouts and extreme dedication. When we at WearTesters hear “crossfit”, we think shoes (after all, that’s what made us).
Chris Paul’s Jordan CP3.12 gets a detailed look and review.
A rumored Nike Kyrie 6 has leaked online.
After reporting on De’Aaron Fox’s Air Max 1, Nike announced that Devin Booker and Jayson Tatum are also putting their stamps on classic Nike silhouettes.
Puma just unleashed the RS-X ‘Fourth Dimension’.
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s first signature sneaker with Nike finally has a release date.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 continues what the original Why Not Zer0.1 started with the upcoming ‘Cotton Shot’ colorway.
As the seasons change and with summer around the corner, adidas Hoops is hoping to score some points with consumers with the Pro Bounce Low 2019.
The Nike Zoom GP Retro in the OG ‘White/Black’ colorway is available ahead of schedule.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge II ‘Hot Lava’ is set to re-release alongside the Nike LeBron 16 ‘Hot Lava’ pack.
Nike continues to push Converse into the future while pulling from the past. Introducing its upcoming Star Series designed by Tinker Hatfield.
Now that the popularity of Retro sneakers are at an all-time high, it’s no surprise that luxury brands are finding way to capitalize on its own past sneaker releases.
Darius Bazley, known as New Balance’s intern, has debuts his New Balance OMN1S PE on-court.
The Nike Adapt BB to release in a Nike Mag tribute colorway dubbed ‘Wolf Grey’.
Taking inspiration from one of Nike’s most popular tennis silhouettes, the LeBron 16 borrows the ‘Hot Lava’ theme.
Converse Basketball is back and the All Star Pro BB is its debut model.