The resurgence of the Air Tech Challenge II is big step for Nike trainers. The first GR release to hit shelves after the two OGs, this turbo green release is the perfect colorway for Spring.-EB Continue reading
A 90′s nostalgic vibe is all that I get from this colorway… This multi-colored Safari has a vibrant new look for its 20th year.
Nike has really been making an effort to bring back basketball silhouettes of the past. Last week was the infamous Air Raid. This Saturday the Air Bakin’s are back; this time with a lot less controversy. This retro is almost identical to the OG that released in 1997 as it includes the “Nike Air” text located on the heel.
Spring is here, and the Extra Butter team can’t wait for summer to roll around! Fresh from England, New Balance brings us two colorways of the 577 in the “Seaside Pack.” The make-ups are reminiscent of the British coast of the Victorian Era, and are getting all of us in the mood for the warm weather to come!-EB
Following up their super limited 574 from last year, Nice Kicks has teamed up with New Balance again to create a beautiful tropical inspired 1600 that makes even this fidget New York temperatures feel like beach weather.
Since resigning with Nike in 2013 many of us have been waiting for the Air Tech Challenge II to release, and they did the Hot Lava’s were the first to drop this year. This Saturday a familiar colorway to those that have followed the Andre Agassi legacy is set to release. The Air Tech Challenge II was designed by none other than Tinker Hatfield. The “Clay Blue” colorway first released in 1998 when Agassi was just 18. This colorway is said to pay homage to the blue clay tennis courts that were more popular at the time. If you weren’t able to grab the Hot Lava’s don’t let this one pass you by.-EB
This spring ’14 delivery is a perfect representation of not only Mishka is about. Weirdness! Continue reading
Originally, the AJKO was shrouded in mystery. It was [sort of] released the same time as the OG Air Jordan 1, but never saw a wide release; plus it had the bizarre “AJKO” inscription on the collar rather than the standard “Air Jordan.” Continue reading
If you’ve seen any skate vids from the mid- to late- 80s, you probably know AJ 1s were a popular choice on the streets. Continue reading