The Nike Kyrie Flytrap 2 has finally begun to arrive at retailers in the U.S.
The Under Armour Curry 6 will debut in the ‘Fox Theater’ colorway on January 4 for $130.
The Under Armour Curry 6 has leaked and Nightwing2303 gives his first impression on Stephen Curry’s new shoe.
The Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit released less than two weeks ago and with it comes a combination of innovative technology from Nike not previously seen below the $200 mark. Does the Zoom Fly Flyknit eclipse…
After our first look at the Nike LeBron Witness 3 we have a detailed first impression for you all.
Reebok designer Xavier Jones and Swizz Beatz dug in the crates to make the old new again with the DMX Series 2000.
Today, Under Armour’s new HOVR cushioning system is making its lifestyle debut in the HOVR SLK, which is officially available from the brand August 1.
Jordan Brand has dug into the archives and to release a scrapped concept of what could have been the Air Jordan 13.
The SpeedForm Amp 3.0 is Under Armour’s latest trainer and it’s looking to fix the hangups of the last model.
adidas appears to be taking a step back with the latest D Rose 9, but we’re still excited to see what the shoe has to offer on-court.
The adidas AlphaBounce Instinct is the latest three stripes-branded shoe to bear the AlphaBounce name. First, it’s worth looking back at what that name brings.
Ever since the appearance of a white pebbled midsole in the Energy Boost five years ago Boost has been, undeniably, the hottest cushioning technology in the shoe industry. Now, the newest Boost runner is here:…
Every year it seems Jordan Brand makes a great team shoe that completely flies under the radar. From the Jordan FBI to the XVI.5 to the Super.Fly series, some part of the brand — now…
The Jordan CP3.XI. Eleven. That number doesn’t seem like much, but when we are talking signature shoes it is a lifetime.
You can get up close and personal with the Nike Kyrie Flytrap, and check out tech specs, with this detailed look.
Feet You Wear is back in the Crazy BYW X, sort of.
The very first PEAK shoe most of us in the shoe review game got to try out was the Team Lightning, about six years ago.
The Nike PG 2 that you’ll actually be able to purchase without issue is in our hands for a detailed look and first impression.