Classics Revisited

CLASSICS REVISITED Our Classics Revisited feature is a retrospective column on some of the best sneaker releases of yesteryear. Click through for photos, release dates, and information on classic sneakers.

Classics Revisited

Classics Unboxed: See-Through Toeboxes With CLOT’s Crazy Nike Air Max 1

Chinese creative agency CLOT has had some rather strange Nike collaborations throughout its tenure teaming up with the Swoosh. Their most recent Nike creation brought...

By Patrick Johnson December 15, 2016

Classics Unboxed: STASH Recalls When Kanye West Camped Out For His Collaboration

How often do you get to hear an artist as talented as STASH talk about the usually hidden collaborative process with Nike? Sure, the sneaker...

By Patrick Johnson December 8, 2016

Classics Unboxed: Parra’s Nike Air Max 1 “Amsterdam” Paid Homage To The City’s Infamous Underbelly

Dutch artist Parra’s Nike Air Max 1 “Amsterdam” collaboration remains one of the most sought after collaborative renditions of Tinker Hatfield’s iconic 1987 visible air...

By Patrick Johnson December 1, 2016

Classics Revisited: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Christmas” (2005)

CHRISTMAS-INSPIRED SNEAKERS WEEK Our week-long spotlight on Christmas-inspired sneakers continues on Classics Revisited with a look at this late-2005 release of the Nike Air Force...

By John Kim December 19, 2012

Classics Revisited: Nike LeBron VI “Chalk” (2008)

CHRISTMAS-INSPIRED SNEAKERS WEEK While this classic LeBron release didn’t have a direct ‘Christmas’ colorway, LeBron James broke out the entertaining ‘Chalk’ colorway of the Nike...

By John Kim December 18, 2012

Classics Revisited: Nike Zoom Kobe VI “Grinch” (2010)

CHRISTMAS-INSPIRED SNEAKERS WEEK With the Christmas Holiday arriving next Tuesday, is taking a look back at the five most memorable Christmas-inspired sneakers of...

By John Kim December 17, 2012

Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk High “Sea Crystal” (2004)

NIKE SB DUNK HIGH 2004 WEEK Finishing up our spotlight of 2004 SB Dunk Highs is one of the most popular non-collabos to have ever...

By John Kim December 14, 2012

Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk High “Lucky/Unlucky” (2004)

NIKE SB DUNK HIGH 2004 WEEK Following up on yesterday’s design by Liam Sean Martin for Nike SB is this duet of Highs – one...

By John Kim December 13, 2012

Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk High “Tweed” (2004)

NIKE SB DUNK HIGH 2004 WEEK September of 2004 was kind of a rough month to get scheduled if you were a Nike SB Dunk...

By Brendan Dunne December 12, 2012