Since Nike signed LeBron James in 2003, the basketball and sneaker worlds have been gifted eight signature models of LeBron Kicks, as well as scores of one-offs and exclusive makeups.
The Dime Crew dug the through the myriad of LeBron designs and colorways that have dropped over the years to bring you our (in no particular order) Top 8 LeBron Sneakers of All-Time. The full list is posted on the Foot Locker Unlocked blog today, but here’s a taste: Read More »
The new year brings lot of “new” things into our lives – new experiences, new people, new friends, and maybe most importantly, new kicks.
Our friends over at Foot Locker Unlocked asked us to put together our list of the Most Anticipated Sneaker Releases for 2012. It wasn’t easy, but we narrowed it down to our Top 10. Check out the full list here.
People can’t get enough of John Wall. Whether he’s killing in summer leagues – like dropping 55 points as he did in “The Big Payback” against the Drew League – or sitting at the edge of the list of future breakout stars, Wall is everywhere. He sneaker now is too. Wall’s second signature sneaker with Reebok, the Reebok Zig Encore has officially been released for the retail price of $115. With a 30-second commercial – “Power Your Breakout,” starring Wall in his new joints and music by Swizz Beats – Reebok is looking to breakout with these kicks just as Wall is on the court. Read More »
This morning we were on Sneakerfiles.com, one of our favorite sneaker sites, and caught these David West Nike Air Max Rise Player Exclusives. Besides looking great, the Sneakerfiles experts point out that “West’s ‘Home’ PE features a white leather upper accented by a purple outsole, white to aqua midsole, purple swoosh, aqua stitching, purple inner lining, and aqua laces.”
Our friends at adidas just hit us with this new release info on a special edition metallic/gold/purple Superstar from adidas Originals. The release is timed to honor the Lakers‘ ring ceremony tonight and celebration of their 15th NBA title.
The shoe will be available beginning on November 1st at the following spots: Read More »
We’ve been tight with AND 1 ever since the HoopsTV.com days years and years ago when our offices were located just down the street from one another. Those were good times – we’d run with those guys almost every single day during lunch and after work, so we’ll always have a soft spot for the brand.
When the AND 1 crew came through this morning, we were reminiscing about the good old days, from one of our favorite shoes ever, the Tai Chi (FYI: Making a comeback very soon), to one of the best basketball TV commercials of all-time, Latrell Sprewell‘s “American Dream” spot. Check it out …
We caught this brand new video of Brandon Jennings, thought it was pretty sick, and wanted to share it with our readers. It’s a spot called “Back :02 Practice” and was shot a few weeks ago at Rowley Park in Gardena, Calif. Brandon felt that it was important to shoot his inaugural commercial since officially joining the League at Rowley, because that’s where his basketball journey originally started. He believes that the lessons he took from running at Rowley about practice and hard work – the main themes of the spot – have been crucial to getting him to where he is today.