1988. Nike set’em straight. The Solo flights, Air Force III’s, and Air Max’s were all doing well, But the Air Jordan III was having the best year ever. With The Jordan 3, the brand became king. It was the first Air Jordan with”visible air” and the notorious Jumpman logo, which was the primary visual representation of the Jordan Brand. As it unveiled The Jordan 3 became solidified in sportswear history. Forever. In life. [Read more...]
Part 4 of the Playboy x Air Jordan countdown. And it’s almost a wrap. We’ll be dropping the #1 Jordan pick tomorrow night after a very special countdown related feature that we have in the works. We will admit, that our Air Jordan knowledge was rather light before we started on this 4, soon to be 5 part feature. But after a good amount of research and introspect from a few avid Air Jordan collectors / fanatics, we’re feeling quite confident. [Read more...]
This is the number 3 installment of the Air Jordan countdown and probably the biggest. We’ve seen heard comments and thoughts from a wide cross section of people pertaining to the countdown. True, everyone had something to say about the ratings and the shoes that were selected, but when you add 23 of the finest women on the innanets to the equation nothing else really matters. After this countdown is over the Nike Air Jordan brand will never look the same again. [Read more...]
B@@bs or the shoes? To be honest, I’m not a full blown, waiting at NIKETOWN for 48 hours for the new Jordans kind of shoe buff. So as far as this publisher goes…it’s the b@@bs. Ok if you have no idea what’s going on…recap [HERE]. Everyone else… here’s Part 2 of The Playboy Top 23 Air Jordan Countdown. Hit the jump and thank us later. [Read more...]
If there’s one thing a true Nike Head doesn’t like, it’s clowning on the Godfather of the iconic Air Jordan, the one and only Mars Blackmon. That leads us to wonder if there is going to be a problem with Playboy’s Miss August 2010 & Butta Pican Rican, [Read more...]
Believe it or not at the entrance of the MOCA AITS Exhibit Hall there is a skate park that was built by Geoff McFetridge. The Nike SB Skate Team ripped said skate park from top to bottom Thursday night to coincide with a new Nike Dunk High which is being released in super limited quantities to be auctioned off to benefit the MOCA Foundation.
As Slamxhype reports, “Limited to 24 unique pairs and displayed at MOCAâ€™s retail shop, they will be auctioned on May 26, 2011 starting at $100.00 with all proceeds donated to the MOCA foundation. The artists to contribute to the series of tees include Neckface, Futura, CR Stecyk III and skateboarder Lance Mountain.”