The Nike Zoom Superfly Elite spike pairs structures found in nature with the natural motion of the foot to help propel the 100-meter champion towards a new personal record.
New home kit exclusively for the Women’s USA National Soccer Team celebrates the team’s illustrious legacy with gleaming platinum details.
Engineered to minimize aerodynamic drag and maximize effort, the company’s new symbiotic track and field speed system is customizable to the event and the athlete.
Nike’s new unlimited colorway, featuring a blend of the company’s signature volt and hyper-punch pink, sets a bold tone for the summer’s competitions.
From creating the first basketball sneaker to choosing weapons for the greatest rivalry in basketball history, Converse has been part of the game and its culture since the beginning. To celebrate our heritage in sport and design, we’ve taken the iconic 1920 All Star and modernized it with new construction and inventive materials. Featuring a circular knit upper for lightweight comfort and secure fit, the shoe also features a lightweight Nike Hyperfuse construction for durability and support. A contoured full-length Phylon midsole provides lightweight direct underfoot cushioning, while a neoprene split tongue and lining offers additional comfort. To round it out, there’s a TPU fused overlay toecap for durability and a TPU fused All Star patch. Lightweight and more comfortable, it’s the beginning of what’s next. The Converse All Star Modern.
New Converse CTAS Pro Equipped With Premium Materials
For Added Durability And Protection When Skating
A two-time champ at SW19, Kvitova relishes her return to the grass courts of London.
The Zoom Trout 3 cushioning system introduces visible Zoom Air to the Trout line for the first time.
Aside from the multiple championship rings and countless personal accolades of his storied NBA career, Kobe Bryant has also enjoyed quite the career as an Olympic champion. Set to honor his gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic games is a brand new silhouette of the Nike Kobe 11 Elite. Featuring red, white and blue Flyknit construction, the sneaker also has the numbers 08 and 12 embossed on the heel in honor of Mamba’s gold medal years. The brand new Nike Kobe 11 Elite is set to drop at select retailers on July 2.
The Converse All Star Chuck ’70 Suminagashi sneaker releases Friday, July 1 in limited quantities.
Two fourth-grade classes hit the pitch as Nike and Play International preview this fall’s Active Schools program in Paris.
New Summer 2016 Collection Depicts Original “Skyfall” Artwork On Reflective Canvas
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As we are nearing the start of the Summer 2016 Olympics, here we get a look at adidas’s coinciding “Olympic Medals” pack of the Ultra Boost, celebrating the upcoming games.
We’ve previously gotten a preview of two of the colorways, as appropriately, three options are present, each with metallic detailing showcased at the heel to represent the gold, silver and bronze medals. The kicks in turn boast black Primeknit upper construction, paired with a leather cage and contrasting white Boost sole unit underneath. Tonal laces then accompany each iteration.
The limited edition adidas Ultra Boost “Olympic Medals” pack is scheduled to release on August 4 through select Three Stripes retailers such as Sneakerworld.
Joining the women’s training lineup for the first time, the Nike Free TR Focus Flyknit delivers lightweight support and natural flexibility.
Kobe Bryant not only maintains an NBA career filled with championships, MVPs and scoring titles, he also relishes in an impressive haul during Olympic competition. Bryant took home gold medals in 2008 and 2012, and this upcoming Nike Kobe 11 honors those accomplishments. With a dominating performance in the championship game in 2008 that helped lift […]
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“Oreo” in appearance but tying to Kevin Durant’s love of music, the Nike KD 9 “Mic Drop” is next in line for the hooper/producer. A black and white base previews the potential for Flyknit color blocking on the latest KD, while a blacked-out Zoom Air bag looks to stay clean on and off the court. If […]
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Longtime pals Corey Shapiro (of Vintage Frames Company) and 40oz Van have come together once again, this time for a special eyewear collaboration. As Van is known for his signature gold specs, he partnered with Vintage Frames to release a limited edition collection of 24kt gold-plated frames.
The glasses in turn come in four different lenses options, with a total of 40 frames being produced. Each pair of 40oz Vans x Vintage Frames sunglasses arrives numbered, alongside a personally signed authenticity card.
Look for availability to begin June 28 at 12 p.m. exclusively through Vintage Frames.
The worlds most consumed drug, Caffeine has long been known as the most commonly used nootropic substance.
It’s used in practically every nootropic supplement we’ve tested to varying degrees, and is commonly stacked with numerous other nootropics like L-Theanine and GABA.
The most interesting thing to note about Caffeine is that it is widely marketed under different names and in different forms. If you see the ingredients yerba mate, methylxathine, Trimethylxanthine, or 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine, don’t be fooled.
They’re are just fancy names for caffeine.
It’s pretty evident that this year’s Olympics in Rio would call for a wide selection of USA-themed footwear. This time around Jordan Brand is joining the festivities with a special edition of the iconic Air Jordan 1 silhouette. Keeping things simple, the high-top model hosts a white base with “Deep Royal Blue” along its side panels and around the toe box. For a victory-inspired touch, its Swoosh is covered in “Metallic Gold Coin,” as is the “Wings” logo. Red branding can also be seen on the Jumpman logo along the tongue.
The “Olympic” Air Jordan 1 Retro High will retail for $140 USD are drop worldwide later this summer.