Official Images: Nike Air Max 270 Futura

We got our first look at this colorway of the Nike Air Max 270 Futura just yesterday, now we get an even better look via the shoe’s official images.

The Nike Air Max 270 Futura is a more retro looking version of the OG Air Max 270. Instead of coming dressed in a Flyknit or mesh finish, the shoe comes dressed in a traditional mesh and nubuck finish resulting in an old school ’90s runner look. Continue reading

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Official Images: Nike Air Force 1 Low Just Do It Orange

Nike Sportswear’s Just Do It Collection is expected to begin releasing this Summer and the Air Force 1 is set to be one of the shining stars from the bunch. Here we bring you official images of the Orange low top colorway from the pack.

This Nike Air Force 1 Low is inspired by Nike’s “Just Do It” slogan/phrase (which is celebrating its 30th anniversary) and comes covered in a bright orange leather all throughout the upper with a variety of Nike/Just Do It branding placed all throughout the shoe. The most notable branding can be seen on the heel, Swoosh, and tongue. Down below we have a contrasting white midsole/outsole to cap things off. Continue reading

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Release Date: Nike PG 2.5 Black

Another new colorway of the Nike PG 2.5 has surfaced. This time around the hybrid PG model comes dressed in a stealthy predominantly Black colorway.

The Nike PG 2.5 borrows design elements from the PG 1 and PG 2 to create the design of the PG 2.5. Details that stand out include the return of the midfoot strap, an actual (detached) tongue, a large Nike Swoosh on the midsole and small PG branding on the tongue. This colorway comes in a Black, Pure Platinum and Anthracite color scheme. Thoughts on the Nike PG 2.5 Black? Look for it to drop July 19th for $110. Continue reading

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First Look: adidas Futurecraft 4D Grey (Possible Foot Patrol Collaboration)

Above you will get a first look at this new colorway of the adidas Futurecraft 4D. Not much info is known about the origin of this colorway but it is being rumored that this Grey iteration of the model could end up being the upcoming collab with Foot Patrol since it was leaked on the @jbrotherhood Instagram page.

The adidas Futurecraft 4D comes with your traditional Grey Primeknit upper all while being placed on top of the shoe’s signature 4D-printed sole. Continue reading

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Virgil Abloh’s First Louis Vuitton Sneaker Is Revealed

Virgil Abloh’s first Louis Vuitton sneaker was revealed earlier today. We know what everyone’s thinking, so we might as well go ahead and day it.

Virgil shared the image you see above which shows A$AP Rocky wearing the sneakers alongside Playboi Carti.

This new Louis Vuitton sneaker comes with a sole that’s very uncanny resemblance to that of the Air Jordan 3.

The rest of the shoe consists of a high top upper bearing a retro basketball sneaker vibe. Ankle straps, a leather construction and LV branding all appear to be in play. This pair comes dressed in a Black, Grey and White color scheme paired up by the Red accents found throughout. Continue reading

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T BARZ – Two Way (Prod. by T Barz, Lou Humphrey & Jasmon Joyner/Audio)

Mobile, Alabama-based Hip Hop artist T BARZ drops her new track TWO WAY, released via BSE Recordings

Chart-topping female Hip Hop recording artist, T BARZ has dropped her new track, ‘Two Way’ which was written and produced by T BARZ, Lou Humphrey, and Jasmon Joyner. It will be available via all download and streaming outlets on Friday, June the 22nd, via the BSE Recordings imprint. T BARZ’ debut EP, ‘Genesis’ will be released later this summer.

“The moment I heard the track, I fell in love with the beat and immediately, I knew that I wanted to tell a story; a story that’s easy to follow,” says T BARZ. “I was on Facebook one day and saw a post of a guy that mentioned, ‘women always crying when a guy does them wrong or cheat on them, just do it back!’ And I was like ‘hmmm, ok that’s my storyline.’ A woman playing the game right back instead of curling into a ball and crying,” she mentions. “It’s a boss move that women rarely make or have the strength to do, so I made it happen in a song,” adds T BARZ. Continue reading

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