In 2005 Nike SB released the "Team Manager" series which consisted of four brand and five different sneakers. Not surprising the 2 Dunk Lows that were created as part of the series were the most popular. One is the...
Standing at 5' 7", Spud Webb is most known for winning the 1986 Dunk Contest, in which he beat his own teammate Dominique Wilkins. Notably on his feet during that event were low top versions of the Pony City Wings, a...
Nike x Apple. Did you know that even before the first iPhone came out Nike and Apple had already joined forces? Nowadays you can use the Nike Running app on most smartphones to calculate your runs. Things like GPS maps,...
It's hard to believe but its been 5 years since Pat Riley and the Miami Heat were able to put together a team that most fans wished they could have. Soon after "the Decision", the Heat held their "Welcome"...
Four years ago today, Yao Ming retired from the NBA and professional basketball due to foot and ankle injuries that caused him to miss 250 games in his last six seasons. While his depart from the NBA was sad,...
The red, white, and blue will be prominent this weekend, thanks in part to the United States of America's Independence Day on Saturday and the U.S. Women's National Team going for World Cup glory on Sunday. Show your patriotism...
Yes the title is a little misleading since Tinker Hatfield hadn't designed the Air Oscillate yet, but that doesn't make the statement untrue. Nike's most popular tennis player of all time is? Andre Agassi, hands down. But Nike's other major...
In 2004 Nike SB showed a little "California love" with the release of these Dunk Low Pro's. Appropriately nicknamed "Calis," the sneaker was inspired by the flag of the 31st state of the nation. The formula of the sneaker...

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