The two brands will be bringing fresh takes on two classics: the Superstar and the Rivalry Low.
Nike Running has raised the roof for its latest installment of React footwear with the Nike Rise React Flyknit.
Fresh off a second wave of the hyped React Element 87, Nike seems prepped to release the React Element 55. The new shoe follows a nearly identical design thanks to leaked official images courtesy of…
To unveil the collaborative ‘Welcome to the Dogo’ pack Foot Locker and Asics created a short animated series, The Sun and the Snake, which features the voices of super model Luka Sabbat and rappers Princess…
J.J. Watt has been an enigma. When he is healthy and on the field, he is an almost-unstoppable force of speed and strength unlike just about any other player. However, the last two seasons, that…
Reebok Classic is combining a retro silhouette with modern technology for today’s day and age. It’s called the Reebok 3D OP.98.
Today, Reebok officially launched the first footwear product from its “Cotton + Corn” sustainable products initiative. The brand announced the environmentally conscious program last year.
Reebok designer Xavier Jones and Swizz Beatz dug in the crates to make the old new again with the DMX Series 2000.
The new Kobe’s keep on coming and the latest is this Kobe AD Exodus.
React was originally engineered for…lifestyle? At least, that’s what the React Element 87 tells me.
The Air Jordan 11 Low IE was never the most popular model. This latest colorway isn’t helping its case.
Reebok has been releasing some great looking sneakers that give off ’90s vibes, and this DMX 1200 Low ‘White/Red’ is the latest edition.
The Nike VaporMax just got a little taller with the upcoming VaporMax Premier Flyknit.
Sheryl Swoopes was the first female basketball player with a signature shoe, and now she is the first to have her shoe return in Retro form.
Don’t be surprised if the NMD TS1 ‘GORE-TEX’ is a limited release.
Parley for the Oceans and adidas are helping clean up plastic waste from the ocean, one sneaker at a time.
George Kiel has taken his series Open the Box to Oklahoma City to see how two childhood friends opened a successful sneaker boutique.
Just like Steve from Smash Mouth famously declared, “…and they don’t stop coming.”