Look Out For The adidas Crazy 1 ADV Core Black Green

Before Kobe Bryant’s signature sneaker line with Nike, the adidas Crazy 1 was once his with adidas. This fall, the sneaker gets an update with a premium suede upper in dark green and leather accents with a neoprene inner sleeve in black. White accents for the heel, rubber sole and a printed Trefoil logo tongue label completes the style altogether.

Retailing for $160, look for this new colorway of the adidas Crazy 1 ADV at select adidas stores and online overseas today. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates. Continue reading

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Air Jordan 12 Stone Island Custom For Drake

Drake celebrated his 31st birthday last month and sneaker customizer The Shoe Surgeon made a unique edition 1-of-1 Air Jordan 12 just for the rapper, made of materials from his favorite Italian sportswear brand Stone Island. The sneaker was redesigned using an actual jacket and denim from Stone Island. The ribbing cuffs from the jacket were added to act as a sock type fit, followed by keeping the signature badge to button on or off the shoes. Continue reading

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Release Update: OFF-WHITE x Nike The Ten Collection

The really limited and exclusive OFF-WHITE x Nike The Ten collection was supposed to drop via Nike Draw on November 9th, but it never actually happened until November 10th. After falling short of a successful launch, Nike provided the following statement.

“Due to technical issues caused by overwhelming demand for “The Ten” Collection, we have made the decision to cancel the online draw. We apologize for any inconvenience. Those looking to purchase shoes from the collection will have the opportunity to do so via the Nike SNKRS app at a later date.” Continue reading

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Steph Curry Pens Essay Detailing Thoughts On Trump Tweets

Steph Curry’s White House Refusal Has Donald Drumpf Angry

Source: New York Post

The two-time NBA champion, Stephen Curry, wrote about what it truly means to support the troops and Trump’s “disinvitation” from the White House.

Stephen Curry has great time management, as he is currently embroiled in a six-game winning streak with the Golden State Warriors. He’s also found time to pen a new essay published to the Player’s Tribune Saturday morning. Reflecting on the concept of the Veteran’s Day holiday, Curry wrote about what it truly means to him to support troops in relation to the NFL #TakeAKnee protests and a specific experience he had with a military veteran. Continue reading

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