Lately, I have been keeping my word by not buying any new shoes…and with ugly releases more than ever, I know that I am doing my wallet and closet a favor. So what’s new in the Nike world? Just another re-release…meh! Read more »
Here’s the latest Air Max 1 retro for this month…this one was created to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the first landing on the moon, which is definitely historic for mankind. On July 21, 1969, Americans Neil Armstrong and Read more »
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 »
Well, it looks like 2009 will be a year that Nike releases more variations of the Air Max 95 in the classic black-to-grey gradient coloring. Last year, Nike re-released their OG Neon and Chili Red colorways, which have been previously sold before in the past few years. Read more »
Nike continues their trend of using gaming systems that we all love and play to produce shoes that hopefully will sell. The latest victim shoe to be applied the treatment is the ever favorite Air Max 95, which every running shoe connoisseur must have. Read more »
Of all the Air Maxes, the Air Max 95 original colorway (neon) is the most noticeable and popular with running fans. Here’s the latest Air Max to get the 95 treatment. The Air Max Light, similar to the Air Max 1, has been getting a lot of attention from collectors lately with many releases as of late. Personally, I prefer the original (the Air Max 1), but of course, certain colors when done right capture our attention. Read more »
Just in case you missed out for the 133th time (How many times does Nike need to retro this classic?), Skiptomyshoe.com has the latest limited release of the quinessential Nike Air Max running shoe for $170 USD. The style number is 313111-071, which is the same SKU as the pair that came out in 2006, the same year as the History of Air Pack which saw Nike retro all its Air Max runners, and when I completed my collection.