The Nike Escape concept is a moment in the brand's history that used to be strictly for those in the know. It debuted in 1988 as a curious precursor to Foot Locker's beloved Limited Edition line (there was plenty of crossover) and seems vaguely tied...

The adidas Tubular was a technology that never actually caught on in its day. For some reason, external pump devices were considered useful back in 1993, but even we susceptible youths never really engaged, even though the Tubular II was a...

Is anyone testing Garbstore on the collaboration front when it comes to creativity? Ian Paley's team make us want to hang our heads in shame, because the majority of us see Reebok's shoes in monotone — we're too locked in reverence for these...

ASICS Gel-Lyte Vs never seemed to attract connoisseurs like the Gel-Lyte III did on its introduction — in fact, the Gel-Lyte Ultra from 1992 unleashed the sole and uni-fit Neoprene tongue that this one used, but we have...

We caught up with adidas Originals business unit director Torben Schumacher and design director Sam Handy to talk about the reception to the Flux over the last six months and just how few limitations...

We've run an interview with Sean McDowell here before (back in summer 2008), but who would have thought Lunarlon would be embraced like it was? Nike Free turning ten has made us feel elderly and the...

The thing about Nike Air Max is that Nike went so ham with the concept that there were bound to be casualties. Even today, the emphasis is based upon the same old models….zzzzzzzz. Sorry, we...