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All-Star Weekend just keeps getting better. After rumors began to surface that the Black Air Jordan X OVO would release during All-Star Weekend, it’s now been confirmed the kicks will indeed drop on February 13. Be prepared to strike out or pay way more than retail if you’re looking to add these to your collection. Read More

Put a camera in front of Kevin Hart and watch the jokes ensue. Hart puts up the laughs in his latest pair of Foot Locker commercials, one of which include a Draymond Green cameo. The other clip features his son Hendrix, who accuses Kevin of stealing his clothes because they wear the same size. Kev gets mad and sends his son to his room. Watch above. Read More

Sadly, sneaker violence is nothing new. Its earliest notable account can be traced back to the cover of Sports Illustrated 26 years ago with text that read, “Your sneakers or your life.” Not much has changed since, and Dazie Williams, who lost her 22-year-old son in 2012 due to sneaker violence, wants something to be done about it. Williams was killed in a robbery after purchasing a pair of “Bred” Air Jordan XIs and despite a call from Michael Jordan offering his condolences, his mother doesn’t think Nike has done enough to prevent similar crimes. Read More

Victor Cruz initially planned to drop the “Rush Blue” Nike Air Trainer Cruz during Super Bowl weekend in hopes of the Giants being a part of the festivities. But due to a ton of late fourth quarter mishaps, Big Blue just couldn’t make the playoffs. Cruz still decided to give the sneakerheads what they want by dropping the all-blue pair on February 10. Giants fans better get in line now. Read More

Luxe leather brands like Hender Scheme and Sneaker Homie have taken advantage of the upscale loungewear wave. This time around, Sneaker Homie gave the Yeezy Boost 750 a natural Vanchetta leather get-up, laces included. As with most leather goods, after tons of use, the patina will change and take on more of a unique personality. These probably aren’t as comfortable – they lack the Boost sole – but they will break a lot of necks. Read More

Supreme is known for its rebel-like mentality when it comes to apparel and footwear designs, and it’s always eaten up by skaters and hype beasts alike. With a recent run of Jordan collaborations under the company’s belt, it’s time for the Air Max 98 to get an updated finish. The 98s are a oft-forgotten addition to the Air Max line, with the 90s, 95s, and 97s being the most popular. Details are scarce, but the Supreme collabo kicks will be offered in Black and Snakeskin. The Black pair go for a stealthier look with some simple patent leather, and the White pair adds some subtle snakeskin that circles the vamp and toe box. Read More

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