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Vans Authentic Mono Print "Leopard"

The simple and straightforward Vans Authentic was originally named "Style #44" and made its debut in 1966. Universally accepted worldwide by men, women, boys, and girls alike, they feature a minimalist design with durable canvas construction, metal eyelets, and signature waffle pattern on the rubber outsole. Released in...

Air Jordan XIII Retro Low "Chutney"

Originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan XIII Retro Low "Chutney" features a standout color way that has eluded its attractors for many years. They are crafted with a combination of leather, suede and nubuck on the upper, feature a gold "Jumpman" logo, hidden lacing system, and a colorway inspired by the interior of one of MJ's...

Nike Air Huarache Run "Afro Punk"

The Nike Air Huarache was designed by Tinker Hatfield. A technically advanced sneaker for its time, it originally released in 1991 and was famously featured in the ad campaign that asked "Have you hugged your foot today?" In recent years, the Huarache Run has returned with tremendous success and is now available in more colorways...

Air Jordan XI Retro Low "Barons"

lthough many low versions of Air Jordan Retro models don't receive the same amount of love as their high counterparts, the Air Jordan XI Low is different. Known as a great summer go-to sneaker, this chopped down version first released to the public in a "White/Colombia" coloway in 2001. Since then the AJXI Low has been released in array of color...

Nike Zoom KD10

As Kevin Durant is waiting to play in the NBA Finals for the second time in his career in his quest for his first NBA Championship, Nike is celebrating the release of his tenth signature sneaker. Engineered with the most advanced Flyknit construction ever seen on a basketball sneaker, the Nike Zoom KD10 provides flexibility, support, and breathability. Durant's latest...

Puma Tsugi Shinsei

The Puma Tsugi Shinsei is an innovative model that boasts an unconventional lacing system. Instead of a traditional lacing design, this sporty & stylish sneaker features opposing pairs of loops that sit atop bootie construction. This enables the laces to lock down the tongue and either come together at the top into a bow, be stuffed under the cover, or whatever other...

Nike Women's Classic Cortez "Forrest Gump"

The Nike Cortez originally released in 1972 and was created by Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman. They were designed to be lighter and offer more cushioning than other running shoes that were currently on the market at that time. The Nike Cortez was an instant success, and 45 years later still remain an absolute must have. Although they have been created in...

Nike Current Slip-On

Nike has revamped another sneaker from their archives with the Nike Current Slip-On. Based on the design of the Nike Air Current, which originally released in 1990, this modern take is sleeker and features slip-on construction. Available in three colorways, they also sport a combination foam and mesh upper, stretchy inner sleeve, no-tie bungee lacing system, and...

Nike Air Max 97 "Metallic Gold"

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 97, Nike is bringing back some of the most beloved colorways of this popular model. First it was the original "Metallic Silver" or "Silver Bullet" colorway, and next up is the Nike Air Max 97 "Metallic Gold". Featuring an iconic...

Air Jordan IV Retro "Pure Money"

The Air Jordan IV first hit the shelves in 1989. Known for their supportive "wings" and grid mesh panels, they were promoted heavily by Nike in the famous "Mars Blackmon" ad campaign, starring Spike Lee. Back for the first time since 2010, the Air Jordan IV Retro "Pure Money" is an...

Nike SB Dunk Low "Boca Juniors"

This year marks the 15-year anniversary of the SB Dunk, and Nike is celebrating by re-releasing some of their most beloved models. To those who have been in the game for a while, these colorways represent a trip down memory lane. While newer sneakerheads get to enjoy them for the first time. The latest re-release...

Nike Dunk Hi "Ease"

In 1985 the Nike Dunk was released as a technical basketball sneaker. Specifically designed with multiple panels for added support on the court, this iconic model was an instant hit and adopted by many college basketball teams. Over the years it has transitioned from a court sneaker to a sought-after skateboarding...

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Cream White"

A favorite among celebrities, rappers, and reality show stars, another model from the Adidas Yeezy collection is set to drop. For those who missed out on the coveted "Zebra" release, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Cream White" is welcomed redemption. Also dubbed the "Triple White," they sport a completely..

New Balance 247 "Breathe Pack"

The sneaker designed to fit in "am to pm," the New Balance 247 is versatile and comfortable. This modern model has had heads turning ever since they released, and now New Balance is offering up a new modified version specifically designed for the warmer months ahead. The New Balance 247 "Breathe Pack" is available in an array of hues and features an upper..

Air Jordan VII Retro "Pantone"

Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan VII originally released in 1992 and was worn by Jordan while playing on the "Dream Team" during the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. They sport a design inspired by West African tribal art, and have been re-released in several colorways, including the "Bourdeauxs," "Olympics," "Hares,"..