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Patrick Ewing Talks Concepts Collab, Cambridge & Coaching

Patrick Ewing Talks Concepts Collab, Cambridge & Coaching

With the majority of his Hall of Fame career playing for the New York Knicks, many associate Patrick Ewing with New York City but he first gained national attention for his play during high school at Cambridge Rindge and Latin located in historic Cambridge, Massachusetts. Ewing was back in Cambridge this past Saturday to celebrate the release of the CNCPTS x Ewing 33 Hi, a collaboration between the Harvard Square sneaker boutique, Concepts, and Ewing’s own sneaker brand, Ewing Athletics. With his friends and family in the store, Ewing shook hands and took pictures with hundreds of fans that were lining up down the block for a chance to not only cop the shoe but to meet one of Cambridge’s greats. Ewing was proudly wearing the shoe, which paid tribute to his high school days at Rindge and Latin, and took some time in between the fanfare to chat with Nice Kicks about Ewing Athletics, Cambridge, the NBA and plenty more.

Ewing Wrap Black/Teal-Orange Preview

Patrick Ewing's self-made Ewing Athletics brand has made a strong retro return since 2012, and the beat goes on with the return of the Ewing Wrap in its classic Black/Teal-Orange style code. With a lower cut than most of Ewing's signatures, this original colorway of the Wrap further sleeks the silhouette. A black and grey nubuck and mesh base houses vivid tones that are reminiscent of a Miami Dolphins makeup. Teal pops on Pat's John Hancock and name tag on the heel, then combines with orange on the midsole and outsole. Revealed by Ewing Athletics on Instagram to be returning this June, tell us if you're a fan of this mid-top retro in the feedback space below.
A History of Georgetown Centers with Sneaker Heat

Hard in the Paint: A History of Georgetown Centers with Sneaker Heat

Donning the kente cloth is an honor just about every prep player dreams of. For the last three decades, Georgetown has served as a powerhouse in the college hoops realm. While the mid-90s saw the capital city squad showcase guards like Allen Iverson and Victor Page, the Hoyas have a long history of great big men. From Patrick Ewing in the early 80s to recent standouts like Greg Monroe and Roy Hibbert, G’Town has produced its share of prominent post players. As we countdown the days til the release of a signature shoe from one of its most famed centers, we take a look back at the big three that left the firmest footsteps on the Big East and NBA.