The Original Nike Air Presto Ads From 2000

The Nike Air Presto made a ceremonious return in 2015 thanks to a comeback of several original colorways that first released in 2000. Names like...

By John Kim January 6, 2016

The Story Of The Nike Employee That Sold Shoes To Heaven’s Gate Cult The Day Before Its Mass Suicide

One of the most controversial Nike sneakers in history is the Nike Decade, a running sneaker that was worn by 39 members of the Heaven’s...

By John Kim September 17, 2015

A Rare Look at the Jordan Chicago

Have you ever seen this strange Air Jordan 1-looking shoe before? The pair is a prototype that’s been billed as the “Nike Chicago” and the...

By Brendan Dunne September 27, 2014

Air Jordan 1 OG “Hoyas” from 1985

You know all about the “Hoyas” Nike Terminator, but how much do you know about this original Air Jordan 1-looking pair that was also made...

By Brendan Dunne September 23, 2014

Nike Air Foamposite One “Blue Carbon Fiber” Salesman Sample on eBay

This isn’t your average, everyday pair of “Royal” Nike Air Foamposite Ones. Yes they’re an original, but on top of that they’re a salesman sample...

By Brendan Dunne September 22, 2014

Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Nike Huarache Originals

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...

By Brendan Dunne September 2, 2014

Air Jordan 3 “White/Cement” – Game-Worn Autographed Pair on eBay

There are certain pairs of Air Jordans that are just too historically important to be put through the rigors of everyday wear. We’d say this...

By Brendan Dunne August 24, 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

Original Air Jordan 5 “White/Fire Red” Autographed by Michael Jordan

When the Air Jordan 5 in this white/black-fire red colorway showed up in 1990, it didn’t have the “23” embroidery. And when it showed up...

By Brendan Dunne July 16, 2014