Nike Sportswear has officially announced the “Weatherman” Air Foamposite One Premium. Reminiscent of a Doppler radar, the blue colorways mimic the radar’s depiction of both the calm and intense.
The Nike Air Foamposite One PRM “Weatherman” launches this Friday, August 30th. Retail will be $250.
Earlier this year to the delight of many, Reebok re-released a limited run of the white/azure Shaq Attaq in all of it’s original glory. Back just in time for school, the folks over at Reebok bring us another classic OG colorway of the Shaq Attaq. Staying true to form, this drop features a luxurious combination of black leather and black nubuck overlays with azure highlights and “Shaq” logo on the heel.
The Reebok black/azure Shaq Attaq launches this Friday, August 30th. Retail will be $160.
Reebok pays tribute to Allen Iverson‘s signature Question Mid. Paying homage to AI’s 1996 rookie season and inspired by the former Georgetown product’s status as the first overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, the “Draft Day” iteration of the iconic mid-top comes draped in premium royal blue nubuck with an icy blue outsole, speckled midsole, and additional 76ers-esque red and white accents throughout.
The Reebok Question Mid “Draft Day” is set for August 23rd. Retail will be $125.
During the 1996-1997 NBA season, the league celebrated it’s 50th anniversary by honoring it’s 50 greatest players during the 1997 All-Star Weekend held in Cleveland, Ohio. In retrospect, that weekend would also serve as an introduction to arguably one of the greatest players and competitors of today’s generation, Los Angeles Lakers’ (then rookie) shooting guard Kobe Bryant.
At that time Kobe had already garnered a reputation for doing things in his own spectacular way whether it be by taking then pop entertainer Brandy to his senior prom or even when he skipped college entirely and jumped straight to the NBA before the ink could dry on his high-school diploma. Thus when he took his first steps on the hardwood court of Cleveland’s Gund Arena as a contestant in the 1997 NBA Dunk Contest donning the classic purple and gold LA Lakers’ shooting shirt, one could not help but to do a double-take at his perfectly matching footwear: the adidas EQT Elevation.
Back by popular demand, the “1997 Dunk Contest” adidas Crazy 97 (EQT Elevation) is now available. Retail is $110.
True to the original worn during the ’97 Dunk Contest, this technology classic features a luxurious purple upper with holograms positioned on the tongue and ankle along with Microlite stripes worked into the design of the shoe. Straps wrap the heel for added support. A molded EVA midsole works with traditional FYW tooling below.
For this week’s edition of Nike’s Jordan XX8 Days of Flight series, Hip Hop vets MC Lyte & Erick Sermon reunite for the first time since “Tell Me” which came out in 2002.
In a new viral skit for Reebok, Jordin Sparks and Ruben Studdard are getting some shoes and a whole lot more at a recent trip to Finish Line. Watch what happens when a fanatical employee shows Jordin she’s not the only one who can sing…
Bron talks about rapping and stuff with Converse. Catch him free of charge at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on August 23rd with Meyhem Lauren, The Flatbush Zombies and Tanya Morgan for Converse Rubber Tracks Live.
The homie Ericka gives us a sneek peek at the new Nike Lebron 9 P.S Elite South Beach. The colorway on these new Lebron’s are dope, much better than the last South Beach sneakers that came from Lebron & Nike. These will be released June 2nd for $250. Get your money up sneaker heads. Shout to @DamnnEricka rockin’ dat ItsBizkit Tank.
Posner is not your normal hip-hop artist. Making his artistic debut from his college dorm room, Mike proved that you could make a name for yourself with as a producer and recording artist while still making high grades. Now, he is the new brand ambassador for the Reebok Classic RealFlex. Check out his story.
iKeepsIt100 has started a brand new segment called “Confessions Of A Sneaker Addict”. Each episode will feature a different artist and store. The first one features Skyzoo at A-Life.
Filmed at A-Life, L.E.S. NYC,