Tinker Hatfield’s OG Sketch Comes To Life

Tinker Hatfield, The man who came into the spotlight after designing the classic Air Max 1, gets his OG Sketch brought to life. The future ( at the time ) but the ever so present classic still remains one of the biggest influencing runners on the market today. Using Hatfield's OG blueprints for the classic... Continue Reading →

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Up Close With The Alphaedge 4D

The future is now in the sneaker wear industry and we are no strangers to the 4D midsole, which is 3d printed, using carbon digital light synthesis technology. The innovated 4D releases in the limited and most popular hypebeast runners, Futurecraft, have given insight to what channels Adidas are exploring to head down. While futurecraft... Continue Reading →

One of the Ten is back!

Virgil Abloh has just revealed a "new" but from the old 'Ten', an Off White X Nike Air Force One Low. While it's Dress in a university blue leather, it has metallic silver swooshes, the white signature text combined with white laces and the iconic red zip tag returns, that we all hate to love.... Continue Reading →

The OG Nike Air Jordan 4 Returns

Nike Air Jordan Iv celebrates it's 30 year anniversary this year and what a way to retro the old classic in it's Og colourway from 1989. This is the first time since the 99' pair had the Nike Air branding return to the heel tab. Since then, the retro saw a change to the Jumpman... Continue Reading →

90s Themed Atmos x Air Max2 Light

The Japanese retailer, Atmos, is no stranger to Nike. With famed collaborations such as the Animal Elephant and the Safari's, they have once again come to create the future of Air Max with a different yet modern design that would surprise sneakerheads. With The revival of the Air Max2 light, Atmos couldn't react quick enough... Continue Reading →

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