AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air 180 Max


The Nike Air 180 Max is considered by most to be a classic sneaker. One of the main reasons for this is because it contained about 50% more air in the sneaker than all the previous Nike Air Max. Considered to be one of the most revolutionary sneakers at the time, the Nike Air 180 Max showcased an expanded Visible Air Unit to a protective visible outsole in the heel […]

AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max IV / Nike Air Max BW


With the Nike Air Max craze now in cruise control on the sneaker market the only question on minds of most sneakerheads was “What’s next?” The answer to that question would be the Nike Air Max IV otherwise known to some as the Nike Air Max Classic BW […]

AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max III / Nike Air Max 90


First off, one of the very interesting facts about the Nike Air Max III is the fact that it only got the name Nike “Air Max 90” after it was re-released in a retro campaign that Nike was doing around the year 2000. Before then it was simply known to every as the Nike Air Max III. Another interesting fact about the name of this sneaker is often referred to as the “Infrareds” […]

Kicks & Cuts: Patrice Alexander


It is no secret that most sneakerheads like to look good from head to toe, so it should be no surprise that you see most sneakerheads with a fresh haircut to match their fresh kicks. For as long as I can remember the barbershop has been a place where you could see some of the best sneakers around, even at the risk of getting hair all over them […]

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