Nike Previews All 50 OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Lows

Virgil Abloh’s OFF-WHITE brand and sneaker and sports apparel powerhouse, Nike, have had quite a lucrative relationship starting way back in 2017. Since then, we’ve seen some iconic silhouettes such as OFF-white touches on the Air Force 1, Zoom Fly, Jordan 5, Jordan 4 and more.

Now, for 2021, the partnership keeps the ball rolling with 50 iterations of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low.

No release date has been set for the Off-White™ x Nike Dunk Low “The 50” collection as of the release of this post. Nike states that more information will be released soon. Stay tuned for more info.


Bootleggers Beware: Nike Is Granted A Federal Trademark For The Air Jordan 1

The USPTO has granted Nike, Inc. official registration certificates for the brand’s iconic, and perhaps most copied silhouette, the Air Jordan 1. Trademarks are in for the Air Jordan 1 in the High, Low and Low SE models which will put an end to unauthorized productions of the shoe.

Bootleggers will now have to pick a different shoe other than anything created by Nike, Inc as the legendary shoe brand has been on top of any shenanigans aimed at tarnishing its reputation.

As reported by Sneaker Law Firm, the Air Jordan 1’s certification means that the silhouette will now be considered a unique intellectual property by the US government. To add, counterfeit companies can no longer just change up the logo or make little alterations here and there as they previously have done.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” + Release Date

Travis Scott plans to celebrate his birthday tomorrow (April 30) with the release of his latest sneaker collab with Jordan Brand in the Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” colorway. This collab will be the second Air Jordan 6 silhouette that the Houston MC has created and pandemonium has already started.

Travis enlisted former NBA hooper and Jordan Brand alumni Richard “Rip” Hamilton to help usher in the release.

The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” is slated to release April 30 for $250 USD.

Nike To Sue MSCHF Over The Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

Lil Nas X’s troll game comes with a consequence as his sneaker collaboration with MSCHF for the ‘Satan Shoes’ has drawn the unwanted attention of Nike.

The ‘Satan Shoes’ feature a black and red colorway adorned on Nike’s Air Max 97 silhouette and even contain a drop of human blood. MSCHF is a company based out of Brooklyn, NY and it was a group of six employees that actually donated their blood for the sneaker. The drop of blood is mixed with the ink that filled the air bubble on the sole.

On Monday, MSCHF released 666 pairs of the sneaker for $1,018 in which it sold out within one minute. Consequently, Nike had filed a lawsuit against the company stating:

…unauthorized Satan Shoes are likely to cause confusion and dilution and create an erroneous association between MSCHF’s products and Nike. Decisions about what products to put the ‘swoosh’ on belong to Nike, not to third parties like MSCHF. Nike requests that the court immediately and permanently stop MSCHF from fulfilling all orders for its unauthorized Satan Shoes.”

Per Nike’s lawsuit

Supreme and Nike Dunk Low Releases Today

After much anticipation, Nike and legendary skate brand Supreme release their collaborative Dunk Low today (March 4, 2021). The sought-after sneaker also plans to release in Japan on March 6 as well.

Colorways include “Black,” “Mean Green,” “Hyper Blue,” and “Barkroot Brown” with all silhouettes featuring the golden star overlays on the side panel. Head over to for purchasing info.

Nike Launches First-Ever Hands-Free Sneaker

Taking your shoes off and putting them on has gotten a whole lot easier thanks to Nike’s new sneaker, the Nike GO FlyEase.

The design of the silhouette is the first ever for the SWOOSH brand as they initially designed the sneaker for people with disabilities, however, the functionality makes it easier and quicker for anyone wearing the pair.

“We talked to women who were in their third trimester of pregnancy and bending over is not so easy. But this innovation makes it easier for her to kick on and kick off her shoes. That applies to anyone who has ever been on the go, with their hands full and trying to somehow get their feet into their shoes without dropping what they’re carrying.

Sarah Reinertsen, Nike FlyEase designer and Paralympic triathlete

The Nike GO FlyEase is slated to release on February 15, 2021 for $120 at select Nike retailers.

Pics Of The “Dark Russet” Nike Dunk High PRM Hit The Net

Thanks to the very reliable Instagram account of @py_rates, we now have some mock up images of what the Nike Dunk High PRM “Dark Russet” will look like.

This silhouette is comprised of a base made up of suede, overlaid with a shaggy material. The “Dark Russet” color scheme of Velvet Brown and Dark Curry is what makes the sneaker stand out, concluded with a Sail outsole.

The Nike Dunk High PRM “Dark Russet will release on January 28 at and select retailers for $120.

Virgil Abloh’s New Off-White™ x Nike Sneaker Rotation

With speculation that an all-new “The 20” dropping, Virgil Abloh increases the intrigue even more by teasing a pixelated image of seven silhouettes with the phrase “ACTUALLY PENDING.” Although there has been no word on the release of these sneakers officially, one could bet the farm that this news is set in stone.

Silhouettes featured in the drop include Abloh’s rendition of the Air Jordan 1 in a “Canary Yellow” colorway, two Futura Off-White™ x Nike Dunk Lows, a Nike Air Force 1 model as well as the Nike Court Flare 2.

Check out the details at Public – – – Domain, and stay tuned in as more concrete evidence surfaces.

Nike’s New Air Force 1/1 Is Fully Customizable

As if the all-white Air Force 1 isn’t classic enough, Nike offers a fully customizable experience for the silhouette. The customization of shoes is no secret in the sneaker community and Nike formally throws their hat in the DIY ring with the Nike Air Force 1/1.

The Air Force 1/1 features an upper that’s fully interchangeable with a black velcro upper, allowing you to place the panels however you choose. Accompanying the 1/1’s are a full set of Swooshes, tongue badges, laces and heel pieces in an orange color way, enabling the wearer’s style to be showcased uniformly or mismatched.

The Nike Air Force 1/1 is set to release via Nike SNKRS Japan on December 18 as well as later after that in the US. Pricing is approximately $147 USD.

Official Look At The Sean Cliver x Nike SB Dunk Low Collab

Following up his Strangelove Skateboards x Nike SB Dunk Low collab that dropped back in February, Sean Cliver has another collab with the SWOOSH in the works.

Nike is no stranger to working with other brands as they’ve been known to collab with the Grateful Dead, Ben & Jerry’s, Travis Scott and many more. This Sean Cliver x Nike SB Dunk Low features an upper with an over all white and “Psychic Blue” colorway with the white hue consuming the toe box, quarter panel and midsole, while the “Psychic Blue” hue takes over the suede overlays. Rounding out the details are metallic silver hits on the collar and laces while the Swoosh gets done up in a gold finish.

No release date is set, but check the Nike SNKRS app as a holiday drop could be imminent.