Whoa. Is it Air Jordan XI time already? Back in December 2009, Jordan Brand decide to resurrect the tradition of AJ 11 mania with a drop of the Space Jam. Then we got the Cool Grey in 2010, Concords in 2011 and Black/Reds in 2012. We thought the...

The Air Jordan XIII has been given a lot of reworkings this year — we saw the return of the grey toe as it should have been done, a slightly cheap looking 3M edition and this low-key new makeup that reminds us of the playoff Black/True...

When we first saw an adidas Consortium, UNDFTD and maharishi collaboration listed, we were a bit perplexed by it. Both collaboration partners have the design clout to create classics individually, but of late, between BAPE and NBHD, Undefeated have...

The Made in France adidas Superstar has a hallowed status. We've seen the provenance of a shoe become an issue with increasing prices over the last few years on Asian-made product, meaning a European or American made shoe might justify its wild...

Does it make anyone else feel ancient to see LeBron's Nike line hit its twelfth chapter? We know that it's not just us. The LeBron line seemed to get its most drastic reboot since 2009 when the...

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...