You don’t have to be a tennis enthusiast to appreciate the power of this matchup. For her return to the U.S. Open later this month, Serena Williams’ Nike uniforms will be designed by none other than Virgil Abloh.
It’s Pride Month, that time of year when rainbow symbology suddenly regains significance in American consciousness—and consumerism. In recent years, mass-market retailers have made big demonstrations of their support of the LGBTQIA community (notably, even more so since the legalization of same-sex marriage in the…
Now, this is what we call team spirit: Fifteen minutes after the June 1 release of Nigeria’s Nike-designed World Cup kits, the collection entirely sold out online. After pushing back the collection’s release because of high demand—3 million preorders, to be exact—and fear of knockoffs, the brand then had to contend…
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a shoe! Rarely do the words “innovative” and “adorable” occupy the same space, but we just learned about something that is both: New children’s shoe line Super Heroic has arrived to save the day—or, in this case, save the play.
Nike will be doing some rearranging of its management team after the company acknowledged that it had received complaints about inappropriate workplace behavior and that one of its top executives has resigned.
A Washington, D.C., teen was killed this week all because of his brand-new, bright-red Nike Air Jordans, his mom believes.
In a ceremony Monday night, the Los Angeles Lakers will retire Kobe Bryant’s two jerseys—both No. 8 and No. 24—an honor that has never been received by any other player in the NBA, not even Michael Jordan.
Serena Williams is finally getting her just due. She is not only a great female athlete; she’s a great athlete, period.
Updated Friday, June 9, 2017, 12:59 p.m. EDT: Our sister publication Deadspin reports that the Baltimore Sun story on which our report was based is inaccurate. Cahree Myrick is not a national chess champion. Read the Deadspin story here.
College wide receiver John Moss must be kicking himself for not wearing Adidas on Saturday after breaking Chris Johnson’s record at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.
Nike has a few things to say about equality and inequality, and the company brought out its biggest stars to make a point.
Tennies, sneakers, runners. Whatever you call them, kids today are into them. And even if they’re not, everyone wants to start school in a fresh pair of kicks.