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The Nike Air Max 93 has been back for over a year and seems to be enjoying the same mild success that meant that it never seemed to be as beloved as the AM1, AM90 and AM95. We've never know why it isn't a superstar shoe — it's popular, sure, but it's not a megastar. We'd blame some shape...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 19 December 2014

The Foamposite used to be awesome. For everyone who liked the shoe that Bibby and Penny made famous, far more hated it. In the UK, where basketball is a marginal sport at pro level, only players and connoisseurs of weird Nike cared. Even the reissues gathered dust. Back when the Harlem House of...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 18 December 2014

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 collection of 1995-2001 high makeups would...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 16 December 2014

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 Red/Whites from 1998 and the other Black/True Reds from that same year. It's a mix of both versions that looks like an MJ player...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 12 December 2014
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