The Air Jordan 1 Retro ’99 “Last Shot” will be droppin September 10th at select retailers. This iconic shoe represents M.J.’s last shot in the NBA which took place against the Utah Jazz on June 14, 1998.
If you were ever a fan of Sir Charles, then you’re about to explode in your pants because the Nike has unveiled a new colorway in the Barkley Posite series. The white and silver shoe was bound to make a fashion statement with it’s finishing touches such as stars and stripes! This shoe will soon be for sale at Nike’s online store and select retailers August 1 for $235.
An emotional tribute to one of the greats. Yankees legend Derek Jeter can retire a satisfied athlete with all of his accomplishments. Respect is due to a man who has done nothing but keep his head down, worked hard and reaped the benefits. #RE2PECT is given through this commercial by Nike.
Marlon Wayans took to Instagram his opinion of the famous couple. Nick Young and Iggy Azalea strike a good resemblance to Marlon’s role in the movie White Chicks. Sorry to say it… but it’s true!
In honor of Allen Iverson’s H.O.F. career, Reebok has decided to reload the Question with a new colorway for the summer. This happens to be the limited-edition OG Question that was worn by A.I. during his legendary 96-97 season. It is available now, so you better hurry up and get yours before it sells out!
This video is a must see for sneakerheads! Brian Bowens (a.k.a. MBB) showcases his love for sports and sneakers through his incredible artwork. In a series of videos, the Jenkintown, Pennsylvania native breaks out his markers and illustrates all of the great shoes of the past. In his first video installment he takes us back to the Allen Iverson era where, at one time, the Reebok Question dominated the shoe game. His passion for the fusion of art, sports and sneakers is truly poetic as demonstrated in this video.
With a $400 price tag, the Jordan Shine is the Jordan Brand’s entry into the luxury sneaker market. The shoe will be exclusively sold at Barney’s New York and with limited quantities available. Even though there is no specific release date, hints have been thrown around leading us to believe it is sometime soon.
Are you tired of hearing about Johnny Football? Well too bad, because we got some more news about your boy! Ohio based artist and Browns fan, John Vitale, is trying to raise money on Kickstarter in order to produce his “Johnny Manzielf” tee. For less than $20, you can have your very on Cleveland “Manzielf” Brownie T-Shirt.
Nothing surprises me much anymore, but this story did. I no longer look at this man as a diesel… but as a sick freak! Turns out that one of his side chicks released the juicy details.