DJ Khaled's having an Airbnb contest offering two lucky fans a chance to kick it at a pimped out version of his sneaker closet in Miami.
Not too long ago we reported that a rumored collaboration between Nike and fan favorite rap duo Run The Jewels was in the works and now we’ve gotten a good look at what they have coming down the pike and it’s definitely a standout piece of work.
For most of 2022 StockX has been struggling to maintain its credibility amongst sneakerheads and footwear enthusiasts as its reputation has taken hits left and right. But the aftermarket resale destination’s latest move could mean the jig is fully up, as far as trustworthiness when it comes to kicks is concerned.
Nike to allow SNKRS users who've lost 20 raffles for previous Air Jordan 1 releases to gain exclusive access to the "Chicago" 1s.
Fat Joe wore a pair of exclusive "Terror Squad" Air Force 1s to the Knicks game. According to NiceKicks, Joe didn't specify which colorway would release.
SNIPES is making headway in the sneaker game not only by selling the latest kicks, but by serving the community, too. The sneaker retailer has launched the Young Geniuses: Innovation Lab with the goal of fostering a more including sneaker community.
The annual Nike and Doernbecher collaboration lets six patients from the Oregon Health and Sciences Doernbecher Children’s Hospital reimagine some of their most popular silhouettes.
If you thought aftermarket sneaker resale sites would pass on selling adidas Yeezys despite Ye going full antisemite, you thought wrong.
Reebok has been dropping some overlooked heat as of late. The brand continues to remix some of its more popular silhouettes such as Allen Iverson’s “Question” signature kicks.
It seems Tom Sachs was serious about getting as many people into pairs of his NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe as he could. On Thursday (Sept. 29), the coveted sneaker in the “Archive” colorway dropped via Kohl’s.
A few weeks ago now infamous sneaker reseller Michael Malekzadeh a.k.a Zadeh Kicks was charged with wire fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and money laundering after jerking many sneakerheads out of millions of dollars. Now his own personal collection is up for auction courtesy of the U.S. Government.
The 2022 Black Footwear Forum (BFF), formerly the African American Footwear Forum (AAFF), is going down this September in Detroit. The gathering aims to address issues of diversity in the world of footwear, and the list of attendees features a who’s who of creatives and talent in the business.