There are many die-cast car brands but Hot Wheels is more collectibles, IMHO, thanks to its many collaborations with a spectrum of brands and people. Speaking of brands and people, the latest to join the Hot Wheels die-cast collab is Nike and NBA superstar Paul George who is also huge on cars.
This one goes to fans of NBA star, New Orleans Pelicans’ Zion Williamson, and/or super fans of Japanese anime Naruto. The NBA All-Star and New Orleans Pelicans’ power forward may be out of action this season due to an injury but he ain’t doing nothing.
If you missed the opportunity to secure the Nike MAG Back to the Future II self-lacing shoes when it was released in 2011 and in 2016, and you also did not manage to secure the pair that went under the hammer at a Heritage sale, well then, we have awesome news.
So, you think your feet are not getting the attention they deserve? But if you slip on a pair of Women’s Air Force 1 with Swarovski Retroreflective Crystals, I am pretty sure all eyes will be on your feet. Oh, that’s, of course, you are a lady.
UK-based international sports-fashion retailer, JD, has partnered with Pokémon GO to create 300 PokéStops across the U.K. and Europe. In addition, Pokémon GO players aka trainers can collect exclusive avatar items inspired by JD-exclusive Nike apparel by spinning the PokéStop and tapping the Nike items.
One of the more exciting news this week for sneakers collectors was the possibility of picking up former U.S. President Barack Obama’s Player Exclusive Nike Hyperdunk (note the use of “was”).
Caviar is no doubt the current leading luxe gadgets creator. Unlike its competitors (which have mostly, if not all, defunct at this point), Caviar is planning ahead. Speaking of planning ahead, Caviar has just announced three major gadgets that will be getting the luxe treatment for 2021, along with a pair of kicks, to usher …
The upcoming new addition to the Nike By You (previously “NikeiD”) collection is something weird and super cool all at the same time. We are not talking about just limited, custom colorways here.
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.