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Nike Air Force 270 QS “Court Purple” Arriving In May

The fourth and final pair from Nike’s “Court Purple” pack, a bold Air Force 270 featuring purple and black detailing has been unveiled. The shoe...

By Ross Dwyer April 18, 2018

Don C Dropped A Hint Regarding His Upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Collaboration

Among the shoes previewed during Nike’s huge NBA jersey and Air Force 1 unveil in Los Angeles was a collaboration between Don C and Nike...

By Sneaker News October 2, 2017

Another Original Nike Air Force 180 Is Hitting Stores Now

It seems like every four years, Nike Sportswear brings back a retro of the “Olympic” Nike Air Force 180 in honor of the summer games...

By Patrick Johnson July 26, 2016

Nike Flyknit Racer – Bright Crimson – Volt

The Nike Flyknit Racer is no stranger to added vibrance throughout the shoe’s brief history. And what can be more head turning than two of...

By Patrick Johnson December 31, 2014

Nike Womens Air Force 1 “Black/White” Pack

Nike Sportswear introduces an Air Force 1 set for the ladies that keeps it simple yet super stylish with the “Black/White” pack. Just as you...

By Zack Schlemmer December 30, 2014

Nike Air Command Force “Citron” – Release Reminder

Though not officially former San Antonio Spurs David Robinson’s signature sneaker, the Nike Air Command Force was, for all intents and purposes, “his” shoe. Popularizing...

By Darren Griffin November 7, 2014

September 2014 Sneaker Releases

Now that your Labor Day weekend of leisure is over, it’s time to look to the future and see which sneakers are releasing in September,...

By Brendan Dunne September 2, 2014

Nike Air Force 180 – OG “Emerald” on eBay

We know you’re excited about the pending return of the Nike Air Command Force in all its original glory, but lets not forget about some...

By Brendan Dunne August 21, 2014

August 2014 Sneaker Releases

It’s only the first day of August and we’ve already got over 60 sneaker release dates lined up for your enjoyment. That big number reflects...

By Brendan Dunne August 1, 2014