A Look Back At A Decade Of Nike’s Black History Month Collection

Each February since 2005 Nike has celebrated both the advancements and heritage of African-Americans through the brand’s universal language, kicks. What once was a simplistic...

By Jared Ebanks February 28, 2023

The Nike Hyperdunk X, A Favorite Of Nikola Jokic, Returns In Denver Nuggets Colors

On Nike Basketball’s roster of elite athletes is none other than Nikola Jokic, the point-center who was named as the league MVP for the second...

By Sneaker News August 22, 2022

The Air Flight Huarache Colorway Appears On The Nike Hyperdunk X

It’s always a treat when Nike looks back into its archives for that one special colorway to give a new product some nostalgic flair. The...

By Sneaker News August 12, 2018

Will This Nike Hyperdunk X Make An Appearance At Team USA’s Minicamp?

USA Basketball opened camp in Las Vegas this week to begin preparation for the 2020 Olympic Games, and with their usual knack for perfect timing...

By Ross Dwyer July 27, 2018

First Look At The Nike Hyperdunk X Kay Yow

The Nike Hyperdunk has been at the forefront of the basketball shoe market ever since Kobe Bryant first debuted them in the 2008 Olympics. The...

By Ross Dwyer June 26, 2018

First look At The Nike Hyperdunk X

Ten years ago, Nike unveiled the first-ever Hyperdunk basketball shoe, utilizing the global stage of the Beijing Olympics to feature the innovative silhouette on Kobe...

By Sneaker News June 2, 2018

The Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit Goes All-Red

The time-tested all-red colorway is set to make a return, this time on the Nike Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit. Far from the more neutral Cool Grey...

By staff October 26, 2017

The Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 Low For Knicks Fans

Don’t fret if you missed out on that blue “NYC” model of the Nike Hyperdunk 2017 Low “City Pack” from back in August, as this...

By Ben Felderstein October 6, 2017

The Nike Hyperdunk 2017 Low To Release In “Triple Black”

The Nike Hyperdunk series has been one of Nike Basketball’s more experimental proving grounds for new technologies over the years, and that holds true with...

By Patrick Johnson September 2, 2017