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.
In your wildest dreams, would you change your life and your career and follow your passion all the way to Italy to design luxury sneakers? That’s exactly what this brother—who goes by the single name of Belieni (bel-ee-AH-nee)—did.
Wait! What? FUBU and Puma are teaming up for a double anniversary celebration, that’s what! All I can say is, get yours while you can: Puma x FUBU is the latest release in Puma’s yearlong 50th-anniversary celebration of the “Suede.”
A Washington, D.C., teen was killed this week all because of his brand-new, bright-red Nike Air Jordans, his mom believes.
While you were sleeping, Fenty x Puma dropped a new take on high-top sneakers, just in time for the weekend. Visually, the Mid-Geo sneakers are like a ballet-meets-basketball-dream-team shoe collab. Day one Fenty fiends know what I’m talking about: prep school style meets new-school sass and cleverly serves both…
I’m almost at the point where I want to unplug my computer and walk away from everything, because now they’re offering lease terms and finance rates on sneakers.
What are those? You would think that sneaker designers would have learned their lesson after social media erupted into a weeklong impromptu roast last year when Under Armour released the Steph Curry Twos (my favorite name was the “Let Me Speak to Your Manager 5s”).
It's getting harder these days to take Cam Newtown seriously. On Sunday evening, after the quarterback led his team to a 30-20 win over Arizona Cardinals, Newton walked into the postgame conference looking like a vaudeville sideshow.
NBA MVP Stephen Curry should be on cloud nine right now. He’s leading a team favored to win the NBA Finals; he has a beautiful family, including a wife who’s definitely putting in that “dual income” work; and he reportedly inked a deal with Under Armour that’s worth nine figures. And, according to something I read on…
A New York City man named Donald Proudfoot is reportedly so obsessed with sneakers that he allegedly shot a man to death over a pair of Air Jordans. And police told the New York Post that this isn't the first time Proudfoot has been involved in a sneaker scuffle.
I try to be mindful (annoyingly mindful, according to some of my friends) not to allow nostalgia or an emotional connection to the past cloud my assessment of the present. One, because people are usually wrong about that stuff, and I enjoy not being wrong. It's fun. But also, remembering the past in an historical…