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New LeBron James Nike Commercial

July 10, 2010 Leave a comment

This is worth a good laugh. Need to understand why this is funny…. ask Tiger below.
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Nike Air Force 1 “Savage Beast”

October 16, 2009 Leave a comment

These kicks might be a little weird, especially if you don’t know the inspiration behind the creation.

With each passing photo of the Air Force 1 “Savage Beast”, many of you continue to express your undeniable want for this sneaker. With that said, we have now received word that the Air Force 1 “Savage Beast” is now available at 21 Mercer Street.

If you recall, the “Savage Beast” was created as one of the Halloween inspired sneakers for this year. This Air Force 1 was inspired by the savage beast monster in the Bugs Bunny cartoon. Its base is done up and smothered entirely in orange pony hair. The only other color and texture designs on this sneaker is the beige canvas swoosh and heel tab (which reads, Savage Beast in red) along with the black and red Nike tongue logo and the debray. To finish it off, this sneaker is complimented with a brown outsole.

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Air Jordan 2010

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment

At the end of last month, a sneak peek look at the Air Jordan 2010 was given, and the majority of you bashed it before even viewing the full sneaker! However, does your opinion change now that you see the sneaker in its entirety?

First off, these leaked photos (from OSneaker) are just a sample of the Air Jordan 2010. With that said, it is very likely that the official Air Jordan 2010 will possess different features. From what we can see, it features a black, red and charcoal color makeup with a couple of distinctive details including Air Jordan XIII-like side panels overlapped by an enlarged Jumpman logo. What are your thoughts on this Air Jordan 2010 sample? Read more…

Nike Delta Force Hi AC

October 3, 2009 Leave a comment

Nike Sportswear Air Royal Mid QS

October 3, 2009 Leave a comment

Nike’s Air Royal Mid is dropping in two sleek workboot-inspired color-ups as a quickstrike release, available now as select Nike Sportswear retailers.

The Air Royal Mid is coming in either black or wine, both of which come with a white and matching midsole. The wine upper gets white contrast stitching, while the black gets some dark grey threads. The laces on both look fit for a pair of Timberland steel-toed boots, and the laceholes are all hexagonal metal nut-inspired. Both designs also use a perforated ghost Swoosh large along the side. Dunk.Com.Cn currently has these in stock, including a grey Nike backpack with purchase.

Vick, Nike Sign New Deal

September 30, 2009 7 comments

NEW YORK — Michael Vick is back with Nike two years after the company severed ties over the quarterback’s involvement in a dogfighting ring.

“Mike has a long-standing, great relationship with Nike, and he looks forward to continuing that relationship,” his agent, Joel Segal, said Wednesday.

Segal would not reveal terms of the agreement. Nike declined a request for comment.

The deal was announced during a panel discussion at the Sports Sponsorship Symposium by Michael Principe, the managing director of BEST, the agency that represents Vick.

The endorsement is the latest step forward for Vick as he seeks to rehabilitate his career and his image after serving 18 months in federal prison. On Sunday, Vick played his first regular-season game since December 2006. Read more…

Nike Terminator: Fall 2009

September 26, 2009 Leave a comment

For Fall 2009, Nike has released two colorways of their Terminator model. It seems this silhouette has come a long way from its OG grey and navy make-up intended for Georgetown basketball. Nike appeases both sexes by releasing both an effeminate and a masculine colorway as the latest newborns in the Terminator lineage. For the men, a simple black/yellow color-up is utilized. Whereas for the women, Nike altered the traditional upper a bit to provide an alternating grey/turquoise diagonal stripe in the mid panel therefore separating the pink toe box and heel. Read more…