Articles by Tim Mather

Air Jordan III “Chlorophyll”

Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan III is widely recognized for their “elephant print” accents. Furthermore, this iconic model holds many firsts for the Air Jordan line, including the first model with a visible…


Nike Air Force 1 Jester XX

The latest Nike Air Force 1 is a fun and whimsical approach to the classic basketball sneaker from 1982. This women’s model, the Nike Air Force 1 Jester XX, is crafted with soft leather and stands…


Air Jordan V “International Flight”

SEARCH In 1990, Michael Jordan laced up a pair of his Air Jordan V “Fire Red” signature sneakers before dropping 37 points while playing against Spanish League All-Stars in Barcelona, Spain. The latest Air Jordan…



Adidas F/22 Primeknit

Adidas wants you to go out and explore the path less taken this summer in their modern version of a trail sneaker. The Adidas F/22 is constructed with a flexible and breathable one-piece Primeknit upper and moisture-wicking…


GAME CHANGER – AIR JORDAN 1 “BANNED”

By kickz-rb1. September 20161 commentSneaker HistoryAir Jordan, Air Jordan 1, Basketball, Michael Jordan, NBA, Nike Saturday, Sept. 3rd 2016 is one of those days in the life of a sneakerhead, when the sun seems a little bit brighter and the smiles seem a little…



Puma Thunder Desert

Puma describes the Thunder Desert as a “force of nature – and fashion.” Released earlier this year, they feature a design inspired by 90s mixed with a unique modern and stylish twist. The latest colorways…


Nike Air Foamposite One “Denim”SEARCH

The Nike Air Foamposite, originally released 1997, is often known for their striking shiny bright colorways, including copper, royal, silver, eggplant, and pearl. But, this fall Nike is wrapping the upper for a more subdued…