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Nike Air Zoom GT Cut
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Nike Air Zoom GT Cut Initial Review

The Nike Air Zoom GT Cut is the first entry in Nike Basketball’s new Greater Than series. The line will also include the GT Run and GT Jump. The GT Cut is currently worn by WNBA star Sabrina Ionescu and Sacramento King’s point guard, De’Aaron Fox.

Nike Air Tuned Max
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Nike Air Tuned Max Review

The Nike Air Tuned Max, originally released in 1999, was the first shoe with full-length Tuned Air. Now it’s returning for the first time ever. And for lots of us, it feels like we’re back in high school. Click play above to see Chris break down a shoe that was a legit performance running shoe back in the day.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.4
Basketball Shoe Reviews

Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Performance Review

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 is Russell Westbrook’s 4th signature shoe with a completely new design team inside Jordan Brand. Does the shoe live up to expectations? That’s what we’re here to find out. Keep reading for all the details.

Nike Air Max 90 Bacon
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Nike Air Max 90 Bacon Review

The Nike Air Max 90 Bacon, one of the more hyped and coveted Air Max 90s in the history of the shoe, returns for Air Max Day 2021. Dave Ortiz, an OG sneakerhead and founder of Dave’s Quality Meats (DQM) sneaker boutique in NYC, created this colorway as part of a collaboration with Nike.

Nike VaporMax Evo
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Nike VaporMax Evo

The Nike VaporMax Evo is a new version of Nike’s popular VaporMax model that incorporates many aspects of iconic Air Max models from the past. Even the specially made box gets in on the action by highlighting boxes from Air Maxs through the years. Click play above to watch the full video and get Chris’ unfiltered thoughts on this nostalgia-inducing

Nike Cosmic Unity Performance Review
Basketball Shoe Reviews

Nike Cosmic Unity Performance Review

What happens when Nike Basketball blends the best performance features of the Nike KD 12 and the Nike Kyrie 7 together? Cosmic Unity…

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Jordan Why Not Zer0.4
Basketball Shoe Reviews

Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Performance Review

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 is Russell Westbrook’s 4th signature shoe with a completely new design team inside Jordan Brand. Does the shoe live up to expectations? That’s what we’re here to find out. Keep reading for all the details.

Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze
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Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze

Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze $ 200 Release Date February 27, 2021 Style Code DB0732-200 Official Name: Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze/Oil Grey/Off White/Infrared 23 Buy at eBay The Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze, which is not a Travis Scott-associated Jordan model (despite the hype), releases on February 27, 2021. Click play above to watch Chris give his unfiltered thoughts

Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee
Basketball Shoe Reviews

Nike Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee

The Nike Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee is a shoe holy grail that our fearless leader Chris Chase (aka Nightwing2303) has never owned…till now. He tried for them originally in 2010 and when they returned as Protro last year. We all know what’s happened to the Kobe Bryant shoe market over the past year so his luck was…not great. Luckily,

Nike Cosmic Unity
Basketball Shoe Reviews

Nike Cosmic Unity

The Nike Cosmic Unity, Nike basketball’s first shoe made with 25 percent recycled content by weight, releases on February 26, 2021 at Nike and its various retail partners. Fresh off the success of the Space Hippie line and the Air Jordan 1 Crater, Nike is still using “sustainability” to create marketing buzz.

Penny Hardaway Shoes
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Penny Hardaway Shoes: A Full Timeline

Penny Hardaway was one of the most exciting and dynamic basketball stars of the 90’s and his signature shoe line with Nike is legendary among sneakerheads. Check out a full timeline of all of Penny’s classic kicks.

Nike PG 5
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Nike PG 5

The Nike PG 5, Paul George’s fifth signature model and the follow up to last year’s solid but not well-rounded Nike PG 4, is here for a detailed look.

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Nike History

Nike, Inc. is an American sportswear brand founded in Beaverton, Oregon. Nike is the largest sportswear and footwear brand in the world. Nike is the parent company of Jordan Brand and Converse.

The company, founded by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight on January 25, 1964, started out as Blue Ribbon Sports. The company officially became Nike, Inc. on May 30, 1971.

Nike sells products under its own brand, as well as many well known sub-brands like Nike Pro, Nike+, Nike Golf, Air Force 1, Air Max, and more. Nike also, at one point, owned Bauer Hockey (later renamed Nike Bauer) from 1995 to 2008, Cole Haan, Umbro, and Hurley.

Nike sponsors a myriad of high-profile athletes and teams from around the globe. In its marketing, it uses the highly recognized trademarks of “Just Do It” and the Swoosh logo.