23 Things You May Not Know About Air Jordans

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1 - Superstar Jordan When Michael Jordan left the University of North Carolina in 1984, he wanted to sign with adidas, not Nike. He was a self-described “adidas nut,” and told his agent that if the deal the German company offered was even close, he’d sign with them. Apparently it wasn't. Their loss. 2 - First Flight The very first drawing of the Air Jordan ball-and-wings logo was sketched out on the spur of the moment by Nike's Peter Moore, while the "Air Jordan" name was actually conceived of by superagent David Falk. And while it's hard to believe now,...

Season Clearance Sale

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We need to make room for the upcoming fall season. Help us out and get some dope apparel from some of the best brands at discount prices. Sale applies both online and in-store.

ShoeZeum Guided Tour (2000 Pairs in 11 Minutes)

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Check out this mind-blowing video of the ShoeZeum in San Diego.

Playboy Ranks the Top Jordan Sneakers

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Nike SB Dunk Mid Pro

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If you've seen the video around the web, you know that Nike SB is set to release a new updated version of the Dunk in 2011. The red/white colorway seen here in a suede upper is expected to hit stores some time in 2011. And as usual, more pics after the jump. Deconstructed on the upper, the toe box feels seamless and less stiff from the first wear, with that rub eradicated. This makes for a better from the get-go. The padding on the tongue stays gone. While we were fans of the SB Mid anyway, we won’t mourn the...

Limited NYC Nike

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Nike has released 5 new limited-edition Air Force 1 Low Supreme kicks, one design for each borough. More Pics after the jump. These kicks were created to promote the inaugural World Basketball Festival which will take place from August 12-15 throughout New York City, hitting spots from Times Square to Rucker Park. They go on sale tomorrow, July 31, 2010 in select retailers, according to the borough they are in (Bronx stores will only be carrying the Bronx design, etc). The Nike store on Mercer Street in SoHo will be carrying the complete collection. One of the select Queens retailers...