Some Air Jordans have been reissued four times or so, while others have been strangely overlooked. As far as many shoe conservatives go, the Air Jordan VI is one of the final acceptable instalments. We don't follow that mode of thinking, but we were always a little crushed by a...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 26 August 2014

Back in 1992, basketball shoes seemed intent on conquering the great outdoors. If you're going to try to target players engaging in a more physical kind of game in caged asphalt arenas, you're not gonna make something particularly pretty and, with its rugged looks, the Nike Air Raid wasn't a sleek shoe. Given that Tinker had this brief dropped on him from the very top...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 25 August 2014


Bodega have been doing the Saucony collaboration thing before it was a license to print cash. The beauty of the Elite line is in the sheer volume different materials, colours and patterns the Boston store has put on a shoe over the last few years without ever copping out and doing some of...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 22 August 2014

From one Peter Moore affiliated shoe (highlighted yesterday) to another. The Air Jordan I KO is a shoe that was intended as a budget drop but became something of a cult shoe in the years that followed. The story goes that Nike wanted to get the most out of the Jordan deal between 1985 and 1986 so they went nuts, with over 15 different AJ1s (and that excludes mystery ones like...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 21 August 2014


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