This Nike SB “Biggie vs. Tupac” Pack Is Inspired By Their Infamous Feud

Between the mid and late 1990s, the feud between America’s East Coast and West Coast hip hop scenes was on the rise, and at the forefront of this rivalry were Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur. The two rappers from the East and West Coast of the United States had started out as close friends and eventually became mortal enemies of each other. Coincidentally, both Biggie and Tupac were fatally shot in drive-by shootings. 20+ years after both their deaths, Nike has drawn inspiration from the East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry for this SB “Biggie vs. Tupac” Pack, which includes two different models inspired by the two rappers. Continue reading This Nike SB “Biggie vs. Tupac” Pack Is Inspired By Their Infamous Feud

This Latest Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Colorway Is Inspired By The UNC

It was last year that Off-White began collaborating with both Jordan Brand and Nike. An Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low was previewed the year before it and in March 2017, A$AP Bari confirmed the release of the sneaker. Back in April 2017, more detailed photos of an Off-White x Air Jordan 1 High “Chicago” also emerged. It turned out that both those sneakrs were a part of an Off-White x Nike “The Ten” Collection. March’s Air Jordan releases 2018 also included a Europe-exclusive Off-White x Air Jordan 1 “White.” Jordan Brand & Off-White have apparently whipped up a “Power Blue” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 too. Continue reading This Latest Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Colorway Is Inspired By The UNC

The Jordan Standard ─ Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Shoe Designed By Tinker Hatfield

As of one of Nike’s most prominent footwear designers, Tinker Hatfield has a reputation for being quite the unparalleled mastermind and legend. He also designed two of Jordan Brand’s most iconic signature sneaker models, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 3, which continue to remain at the height of popularity. Featured here is a brand new lifestyle shoe that Tinker Hatfield has designed for Jordan Brand, which has been named the Jordan Standard, and it has already joined the latest Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Jordan Standard ─ Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Shoe Designed By Tinker Hatfield

This Why Not Zer0.1 Colorway Is A Tribute To Russell Westbrook’s Younger Brother

Russell Westbrook has always greatly valued his family. His real name is actually Russell Westbrook III. He was born on November 12th, 1988 to Russell Westbrook II and Shannon Horton. His only sibling is his younger brother, Raynard “Ray” Westbrook, who is three years younger than Russell. The Westbrook brothers have always been quite close and stick together. They both admire and support each other as much as possible, and Raynard often attends his Russell’s basketball games, cheering for him. Raynard will soon earn a PhD degree, so Russell teamed up with Jordan Brand to design this Why Not Zer0.1 colorway as a tribute to his younger brother’s achievement. Continue reading This Why Not Zer0.1 Colorway Is A Tribute To Russell Westbrook’s Younger Brother

This Upcoming Air Jordan 1 Flyknit “Clay Green” Features Different-Colored Nike “Swoosh” Logos

It has been 33 years since the Air Jordan 1 originally made its debut and it was not just a mere performance basketball sneaker. Over the years, Jordan Brand has made numerous attempts to revamp the Air Jordan 1 with modernized variations of the model. Examples of such attempts include the Alpha Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan Nu Retro 1. Another example of modernizing it was when Jordan Brand borrowed Nike’s Flyknit technology and added it to the Air Jordan 1. Since last year, the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit has arrived in several colorways, with the latest one set to join this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading This Upcoming Air Jordan 1 Flyknit “Clay Green” Features Different-Colored Nike “Swoosh” Logos

This Air Jordan 14 Is A Variation Of The OG “Black Toe” Colorway

You may or may not recall but Jordan Brand teased the Air Jordan 14 “Black Toe” alongside the Air Jordan 14 “Thunder” back in January 2014. Later that month in June, sneakerheads got a proper, more detailed first look at the sneaker in June that year. By September, even Jordan Brand had unveiled official photos and it wound up becoming one of the most highly anticipated releases of that month, eventually making its retail debut on September 20th. The colorway is not returning to join this year’s Air Jordan release 2018. However, Jordan Brand seems to have whipped up a variation with the addition of a new hue. Continue reading This Air Jordan 14 Is A Variation Of The OG “Black Toe” Colorway