This collection has to be the nicest one that I have seen in a few years. To support Lance Armstrong’s LIVESTRONG foundation (yes, those guys who make money off the yellow bands), Nike is releasing the LIVESTRONG “Stages Collection consisting of the “Greatest Hits” pack, Read more »
Yes, it’s another special Air Force 1, but this one is designed by DJ Clark Kent, the DJ (or the one person) with the most shoes in the world. Anyway, this shoe is in the Phoenix Suns color scheme, to commemorate next weekend’s 2009 NBA All-Star Game on their home court. Read more »
Nike is busy coming out with new stuff, so here’s the first of many profiled here: Read more »
With Chinese New Year almost here (Don’t forget to get your red bags!), Nike releases yet a few more shoes to commemorate the Lunar New Year, as they’ve been doing so far every Chinese New Year for the past several years, but mostly with the Air Force 1.
Nike seems to cater to every culture: From series titled “Tuskegee Airmen” to “Dia De Los Muertos” to “Filipino Heritage”, Nike knows how to connect with every sneakerhead (Mostly from the pocket it seems). Anyway, without further adieu…
First up, the Year of the Ox Pack features two of Nike’s classics, the Blazer Mid and the Air Max 1. Both feature a special heel with 3D rays centered around a golden ox, where the “Nike” swoosh would usually be.
This Air Force 1 was created in collaboration with Hong Kong-based CLOT (owned by ex-actor and “I got stuff on my computer” Edison Chen), and released last week in limited quantities in Hong Kong. The red color signifies the themes of luck, happiness and prosperity.