Happy Earth Day! As the world takes a step back to appreciate the beauty of the globe and how we can best maintain our resources, we consider some of our
This weekend, Nas’ Illmatic celebrates its 20th anniversary. While many years rank as standouts for both hip-hop and the sneaker culture, 1994 was a good year. A handful of certified classics dropped on the rap front, while basketball’s sneaker scene stood at a crucial turning point. From Nasty Nas to Air Anfernee, we reminisce about the highlights and headlines from the year that was 1994.
Back at the top of the year, we presented our list of 10 Sneakers Set to Dominate 2014. So far? So good. As the seasons change, so do the trends. While a couple of the silos prove more hot weather friendly than others, we’re ready to offer our picks for the coming months. Check out our 10 Sneakers That Will Dominate Summer 2014. Give us your picks and your favorites in the comment section.
As the NBA regular season ends and playoff anticipation revs up, so does the footwear of top athletes across the league. Brands like Nike and Jordan aim to give their star players a competitive advantage by upgrading their latest silhouettes. Whether revamps come in the form of swapped midsoles or completely redesigned uppers, over the last few years, we’ve seen technologically elite versions of some of the best signature sneakers debut around playoff time. Here is a look back at some of our favorite signatures and how they evolved to give elite NBA athletes an added push toward, and into, the postseason.