Every sports person will know the pain of training during cold weather. Freezing mouth, neck and whatnot. But with Nike Strike Snood, not only you won’t have those problems, it also doubles as a face mask.
As the world is grappling with the pandemic, companies have transformed their manufacturing lines to make medical supplies like masks and medical shields. Nike, too, is in it and it is doing so in a very clever way.
Some creatives really go all out creative when made to stay home. Nike lover and self-taught creative/craftsperson cerealartist is one of them. She has created a custom sneaker which she called Jelly Jordan.
Forget about the gamer exclusive basketball self-lacing shoes because, Nike has recently dropped a surprised. The U.S. sporting goods brand has released a new self-lacing sneaker for Air Max Day.
Nike self-lacing shoe has made it to basketball shoes last year and today, its on its second generation. Called Nike Adapt BB 2.0, it was worn by Memphis Grizzlies rookie Ja Morant and it is now available for your taking. But you may want to hold out buying this $400-a-pair high-tech kicks. More on it […]
If you haven’t been paying attention to shoe customizer, Custom Kirby, I promise you that you will want to give him your full attention after seeing the Hydro Dipped Nike Air Force 1 Joker Design Shoes.
Here are some new kicks from Nike that sport some over-the-top aesthetics which you may be interested to know even if you can’t buy them. The first in the list is the Nike Air Force 1 x Cactus Jack, aka Travis Scott Nike sneakers.
In the latest of ridiculous products, we have here the Jesus Shoes, AKA Nike Air Max 97 with holy water loaded into what used to be a pocket of air for, you know, cushioning. Created by Brooklyn-based MSCHF, the tagline of this ‘Jesus Shoes’ is walk on water. I kid you not.
No self-respecting fans of Nike should not know the sporting goods brand’s history and that is what makes this Lightning Vol. 150 Nike Chronicle Deluxe (Ei-Publishing, ISBN-13 978-4777938612) a must-have. Granted, it only chronicles collection between 1971 to 1980, but you ought to admit, this hardcover coffee table book is probably the closest you will […]
What you see here is the upcoming Supreme’s Nike SB collaboration, the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low Sneakers. The model here is “metallic silver” and apparently, it won’t be alone. Rumors have tipped that there will be two other colorways, a metallic gold and a varsity red.