adidas Officially Unveils the Return of the “Pirate Black” Yeezy Boost 350

With tons of speculation in the world of Yeezy, the three stripes has finally confirmed the return of the highly popular "Pirate Black" colorway of the Yeezy Boost 350. With much news surrounding the pair to be slightly different than its original release back in August, these images suggest that Yeezy followers who missed out on its initial release may be getting a chance at redemption. Furthermore, February 19 is the confirmed date of release. As Kanye West’s next album is slated to release this week, stay tuned for upcoming news regarding the highly anticipated Yeezy Boost 350, and get your laptops/desktops/smartphones ready.
UPDATE: adidas has seemingly taken down the "Pirate Black" restock announcement and reverted back to the Oxford Tan "Sold Out" page.

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An NBA Legend Turned Down 10 Percent of Nike for $100,000


NBA legend Spencer Haywood has a championship ring, an Olympic gold medal, and was recently inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Early in his career, the former NBA All-Star also landed an endorsement deal with then-struggling sportswear brand Nike. That opportunity, however, was unfortunately one that Haywood didn’t conquer with the same level of success.

In the early ’70s, Haywood was approached by Nike to promote its products in exchange for 10% ownership of the company. Instead, the fast-rising star for the Seattle Supersonics chose to take a one-time cash guarantee of $100,000. As Haywood explains in a recent profile by Click on Detroit, he was convinced to take the quick payout by his agent at the time, who wanted to go for the lump sum to ensure he got his commission. Needless to say, the choice ended up being a very costly mistake. Had Haywood opted to accept Nike’s original offer and held on to the ownership stake, today his holdings in the company would be worth a whopping $8.62 billion. That one’s gotta sting.

Hit the jump to check out Haywood in a vintage Nike ad from 1973. According to the five-time NBA All-Star, he did the ad for free.











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TIDAL Makes Charitable Donation to Black Lives Matter

Jay Z’s faltering music streaming service TIDAL has donated $1.5 million USD to social justice organisations including Black Lives Matter, according to reports. Donated through the New World Foundation, the donation will be shared amongst Opportunity Agenda, Hands Up United, Sankofa.Org, Community Coalition, Dream Defenders, Black Youth Project, Baltimore Justice Fund, Empowerment Development Corporation, Million Hoodies, NY Justice League and Ohio Students Association/Organizing Collaborative. Donations will also be made to those fighting police brutality, in cases such as that of Trayvon Martin, Michael O.D Brown and Oscar Grant.

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Adele Reveals Amazing “When We Were Young” Single Cover

Adele Reveals Amazing "When We Were Young" Single Cover

Adele‘s new single "When We Were Young" is out today. XL have unveiled its awesome cover art, which you can check out above. The single was co-written with Tobias Jesso Jr. & produced by Ariel Rechtshaid. And unlike the album tracks, it’s available on streaming services.

Read "Adele’s Confidence and Damon Albarn’s Mistake" at The Pitch.

Watch her perform the track on "SNL":

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Uncrate Teams Up with Leatherhead for a Bison Football

Fresh off its collaborative boots alongside Oak Street, Uncrate is back with another premium bison leather design: a football. Arriving just in time for Super Bowl 50, the Leatherhead-crafted collab features a premium take on your prototypical pigskin, opting instead for Tasman black shrunken bison leather construction that boasts both ample texture and a uniquely supple surface that will age with use.
American-made, the limited edition piece is available now directly from Leatherhead while supplies last.

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Penfield 2016 Spring/Summer Collection

For Spring/Summer 2016, Penfield presents a collection that combines its classic outdoor aesthetic with a stylish, contemporary edge. Drawing from its rich New England heritage, the American brand’s latest range showcases modern twists and sporty, technical design elements, along with doses of bold, bright colors and patterns for the coming season. Among the highlights are a typically strong collection of outerwear — including coach jackets, anoraks and packable windbreakers — logo crewnecks, printed shirting, tailored sweats and washed denim, all of which transition easily from wilderness settings to the concrete jungle. Take a first look at the latest from Penfield here and find the outdoor-ready collection now at HBX.

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Listen to Flatbush Zombies’ New Song “Bounce”

Listen to Flatbush Zombies' New Song "Bounce"

Last month, Flatbush Zombies announced their debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey, which is out March 11 via Glorious Dead. They’ve now shared the first song from the album. Listen to "Bounce" and check out the 3001 album artwork above.

Flatbush Zombies recently shared "Glorious Thugs," a tribute to Notorious B.I.G. and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s "Notorious Thugs." That song will not appear on 3001.

In March, Flatbush Zombies will embark on a tour behind their new album.

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OVO Goes Polo Ralph Lauren For Spring 2016

Drake’s increasingly popular OVO merch line presents a strong new installation for Spring 2016. The collection continues to be heavily comprised of Canadian-made sweats and casual attire, however, this latest drop marks a slightly more adventurous direction for the young label. The drop plays with collegiate typography, color-blocking and introduces a number of silhouettes that are […]

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This App Lets You Fly Unlimited Flights for a Flat Monthly Fee

Love flying? Hate fluctuating air fares? Travel for business constantly or have tons of free time on your hands? There’s lots of reasons to download and sign up to OneGo — a new subscription-based air flight program. The app will allow users to fly an unlimited amount of flights domestically for set monthly fees ranging from $1,500 USD to $2,950 USD, on many major carriers. This means you could theoretically fly every day of the month, round trip, and each fare would be less than $100 USD. While the service currently is limited to economy seats only and is restricted to the continental United States (sorry Alaska and Hawaii) with reservation limits, this new fee-based system could open up the floodgates to more services that could incorporate business/first class, international flights, luggage allowances, cancellations and much more. Check out OneGo’s official website if you’re interested and have safe flights.

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