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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Unexpected Collaborations

September 16th, 2014 by | 5 comments

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Did you hear that Stan Smith is collaborating with adidas on the Stan Smith? Yes you read that correctly, the man that that signature sneaker was originally designed for is circling around for a special edition this year. That’s definitely strange territory for a pair of team up sneakers, as those sorts of projects are usually reserved for sneaker boutiques, artists, and the ever-dubious crowd of “influencers”. This isn’t the first time that a sneaker company has swerved around the typical groups selected for those x’d out sneaker releases though. There is a rich history of sneaker collaborations coming from companies that you’d never expect.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: NFL Turf Trainers

September 9th, 2014 by | 10 comments

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Week 1 is in the books and as expected, the weekend was jam-packed with high octane action and some surprising headlines. Names like Calvin Johnson, Marshawn Lynch, and Peyton Manning should’ve brought smiles to your faces, especially you’re on that Fantasy Football tip, but for the sneaker lovers, we’re bringing some light to some key names over the years that brought the footwear heat along with their top-tier games. Sneaker News NINE@NINE is ready to kick off, and tonight we’re bringing you 9 NFL Turf Trainers of the last two decades.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Nike Huarache Originals

September 2nd, 2014 by | 21 comments

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2014 has been one of the better years on record for Nike Huarache fans. This year has not only had a wider distribution channel for shoes sporting that classic Tinker Hatfield tech, but it’s also had a pretty impressive number of original colorways that haven’t been around for quite some time. The Nike Air Huarache Light “Ultramarine” showed up in Europe a couple of months back, and sneakerheads worldwide have recently been reveling in the opportunity to get a crack at the “Scream Green” Nike Air Huarache for the first time since 1999.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Black Foams

August 26th, 2014 by | 56 comments

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The Nike Foamposite line was a bright one from the get-go. Debuting the line were the Nike Air Foamposite One “Royal” and the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Pearl”, two releases that didn’t exactly make the already eye-popping design any more subtle. But, when the floodgates were eventually opened in terms of retro colorways, there appeared some points where the shoes would trend darker. There’s another on one its way for this week in the form of the “Triple Black” Foamposite One.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Nike Shox Basketball Sneakers

June 24th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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Nike basketball was in a strange place in the mid-2000s. Today the brand dominates the hoops scene thanks to inking contracts with a trio of the most marketable players on the planet in LeBron, Kobe, and Kevin Durant, but there was a time in the not-so-distant past when Vince Carter resided on the top of the Nike mountain. That could’ve been due to a number of variables – his high flying marketability after the 2000 Dunk Contest and a post-Jordan basketball landscape that was desperately looking for its next star to emerge. The list of potential signature stars was seemingly endless, but one thing was for certain – the sneaker was going to include Nike Shox technology.

The unique, almost alien tech advancement has been missing in action for the most part in regards to courtside models today, but for almost a decade Nike championed the feature until blowing it off for a preferred Air Max or Zoom base. Be sure to stick with us after the click to get the latest NINE@NINE rundown of 9 Nike Shox basketball models that helped expand the reach of the famed Swoosh technology and be sure to check out the latest addition to the Shox family, the Shox TLX Mid SP.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: NBA Finals MVP Sneakers

June 18th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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The poor Spurs. We’re not too sure that they mind having their championship celebration immediately overshadowed by talk of where LeBron will end up by next season’s start, but for the past 2 decades, San Antonio has handled business as usual regardless of whether they win a championship or not. Kawhi Leonard’s Air Jordan XX8 SE PEs had a similar thought process throughout the NBA Finals, but previous Finals PEs took a different approach (just as long as they were produced by the Swoosh, that is). Today’s NINE@NINE takes a look back at the past decade of NBA Finals MVPs to get a close look at what exactly they were wearing, and the silhouettes featured are as diverse as the past champions themselves. From Dwyane Wade hoisting his first championship trophy in a Converse shoe, to a Paul Pierce signature sneaker that never even saw a retail release, the list serves as a reminder of the transformation of the Finals as a time for brands to showcase their design skills through special edition colorways. Stick with us to check out what the last nine NBA Finals MVPs wore en route to the Bill Russell trophy in our latest Sneaker News NINE@NINE feature, and let us know which pair is your favorite in the comments.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Air Jordans We Hope to See Remastered

June 10th, 2014 by | 6 comments

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Last week, news broke that Jordan Brand would be “remastering” the retro line beginning in Spring 2015. This process focuses on reorienting the brand’s retro offerings towards a higher standard of quality, which will be achieved through production processes that place greater emphasis on uniformity and adherence to the original molds, materials, and shapes that Michael played in. It’s a move that the community of Air Jordan fanatics has been waiting on for years, and one that’s been celebrated early on (Save for the word regarding the 10%-15% price increase). The news regarding the remastering even came with some promised models for 2014: Air Jordan 4s, Air Jordan 7s, and Air Jordan 10s.

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