Girls’ Nike Valentine’s Day Pack Now Available

The upcoming Valentine’s Day pack for the ladies features the popular silhouettes: the Air Force 1 Low, the Air Huarache, and Air Max 90. The theme of a black and white upper with heart scrawlings is carried across the entiriety of the pack, as are bright red for the sockliners. This pack is currently available at retailers such as Villa. 

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Nike and Jordan Brand Honor MLK Day with Special PEs.

in celebration and commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King,s birthday, today many Nike and Jordan Brand athletes will take to the court in special all-black PE’s.   The Nike models that will see court action today include the LEBRON 14, KD9, KYRIE 3, PG1, KOBE A.D., Soldier 10, Hyperdunk, Audacity, Zoom Rev and Zoom Live.       Jordan Brand’s MLK Day PE lineup included the AJXXXI, CP3.X, Extra.Fly, M13 and Super.Fly 5 PO.                        

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Nike’s LunarCharge LE combines three well-known silhouettes

The upcoming LunarCharge from Nike combines three of the company’s better known silhouettes: The Air Presto, Air Current and the Air Max 90. This mash up features the breathable, sock-like upper of the Presto, the eyelets of the Air Max 90, and the subtle reference of the overall silhouette of the Air Current and a bonus is the cushioned outsole of the LunarEpic. This lifestyle performance shoe will be available November 18 at nike.com.      

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U.S. Sneaker Production Could Become More Prevalent

The tasks of producing much of the footwear we wear left for Asia many moons ago. However, technology could be bringing them back. That is because some of the major players in the footwear world- Nike, Adidas, and even Reebok , could be returning with robot-driven production facilities.  Last week, Canton, Massachusetts based Reebok announced it planned to open a high-tech facility in Rhode Island in which sneakers would be produced by robots pouring plastic.   Our idea was,if the U.S. Us where the innovation is, let’s make the product that’s…

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Air Penny III Performance Review

          I have always been a huge fan of the Penny signature line; as a matter of fact, it’s my second favorite line of all-time. When the Penny III was originally released  in 1997, it’s price tag was a bit outside of my budget, but it was a shoe that I was was intrigued by both aesthetically and from a potential performance standpoint. Once I was able to acquire a pair, it was a shoe I wanted to get on the court and see if the…

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