Billy May’s Nike Hindsight concept uses Fresnel lens to extend the peripheral vision of wearers by 25 degrees on either side; images are distorted, but it’s enough to detect motion. Thanks, Verto!
These Nike Zoom Business LeBrons are some of the slickest we’ve seen, with luxury pin-striped fabrics and a sweet colorway. They’ll launch 10/25 in six different locations across the US.
Available as of today, these OriginalFake x Nike Air Max sneakers keep the branding to a minimum with KAWS signature Xs; you can pick them up at Nike Sportswear in NY and LA.
Plaid seems way old school but it actually works quite well with these Nike Air Force 1 Premium ’07s; the upper is a mix of brown leather in the front and tartan flannell in the back.
We’re really digging the perfed curry on white colorway of these Nike Dunk High Premiums; its made with soft suede and padded with a Zoom Air Unit for maximum comfort.
Launching today in the US, these Air Jordan I Retro Olympic sneakers are inspired by the ’92 Barcelona Dream Team. We’re digging the gold embroidery and straight-up classic styling.
Part of the Air Jordan Flight Club, these ultra-slick Jordan XX3 Alarm Chrono watches feature a stopwatch; they’re wrapped in a stainless steel case with K1 mineral glass.
Nike’s Zoom LeBron VIs look amazing without being flashy; Zoom Air cushions make them lightweight yet supportive, with a full-length unit in the midsole and double stacked heel.
This Black/Gold Dust colorway for Air Jordan’s Spiz’ike line is our fave; made in collaboration with director Spike Lee, check out that gold stitching and laser-etched artwork!
We’ve heard high praise for the comfort and fit of Nike’s Rejuven8, so we’re tempted by the iD option: choose the color for everything from the molded upper to the Nike swoosh.
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