Back in 1989, there was a scowling, braced-up, travelling-across-the-lane center in NYC named Ewing. This man had a “signature” shoe with Nike in college (yes, the Terminator was meant for him) and wore adidas his…
A detailed look and review of Tinker Hatfield’s upcoming Nike Air Max 1 ‘Sketch to Shelf’.
Why does Nike Retro keep winning the performance battles? It could be because of shoes like the Zoom GP. Read on for our full Nike Zoom GP Retro Performance Review.
The fan favorite ‘Cool Grey’ Air Jordan 4 Retro returns in 2019.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge 2 returned in 2019 and we have a review on the latest rendition.
The Nike Zoom GP Retro in the OG ‘White/Black’ colorway is available ahead of schedule.
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.
The Nike Zoom GP Retro in the ‘Supersonics’ colorway gets a detailed look and review.
An official look at the Nike Zoom GP ‘Supersonics’ releasing next weekend.
DC Shoes reissues Josh Kalis’ OG signature shoe. The DC Kalis.
Another popular OG colorway of the Nike Kobe 4 will release in Protro form.
Gary Payton’s Nike Zoom GP has its very first Retro in 2019 for the models 20th anniversary.
The Air Jordan 4 ‘Black/Cement’ is re-releasing for the fourth time since its original 1989 release. How do they compare to the original? Let’s find out.
Gary Payton’s Nike Zoom GP Retro release has been pushed back.
It’s almost a given when you know the history – Reebok hit its greatest heights in the mid-80s, riding the high of aerobics for women of all ages to become the number one sneaker company…
Gary Payton’s Nike Zoom GP is about to be re-released in Retro form for the first time later this week.
Our best look yet at the Nike Zoom GP Retro releasing later this month.
The next adidas D Rose 1.5 Retro takes a bit of a lifestyle approach with this unconventional colorway.