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 »
Ehhh…here’s a look at Nike Sportswear’s Air Max 1 dropping this summer. Using a plethora of materials (patent leather, mesh, etc.), it probably looks the most interesting of the Air Max 1s to be released for 2009 so far. 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.
One of my favorite shoes that I bought in 2007 was the Air Max 1 Premium SP “Hold Tight”. The Air Max 1, one of my favorite shoes, was designed by Tinker Hatfield, who designed many of Nike’s best shoes including many of Michael Jordan’s shoes. Known as one of the first shoes with the air bubble, Nike continues to make Air Maxes as of today with this being the original. Read more »