Our friend Brandon over at Paint or Thread put together this awesome list of the most notable custom sneakers by Mache. If you’re not familiar with Mache, he is one of the most well-known artist in the custom sneaker game today. He has made shoes for LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Nate Robinson just to name a few. Below are 10 of his creations that every sneakerhead should be aware of. Take a look.
Nike just released a new Oregon Ducks inspired version of the classic Air Diamond Turf. The kicks sport the University of Oregon’s signature colors with a predominately green upper with black and yellow accents. They also feature the Oregon “O” logo on the back of the shoes. Being Phil Knight’s Alma mater definitely has its perks.
The 10th anniversary collection from the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle collection has been set to release this month on the 23rd. The program has helped raise more the $6 million for the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, OR. Here’s a look at the shoes in this year’s collection.
The latest addition to NIKEiD’s arsenal of customizable materials come in the form of Pendleton wool. NIKEiD will be allowing users to add Pendleton’s legendary Native American wool fabric to the Roshe Run, Blazer, Stefan Janoski and the Air Force 1 hi and low. All of the kicks are now available for customization on NIKEiD. The AF1′s will only be available through December 31st and the rest will be available through February 15th of 2014.
If you don’t own a pair of Nike Elite socks by now your feet should consider it an insult. They are easily some of the most comfy socks on the market and they just got more comfortable. Nike’s updated version of their Hyper Elite socks feature enhanced cushioning for impact protection, compression fabric to keep cushioning in place, and Dri-FIT fabric to keep your feet dry and cool. They are also available in wide variety of colors.
In light of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Oregon will be rocking these pink-infused uniforms on game day this week. They will also be auctioning off pink Oregon helmets starting October 19th, with all of the helmets being autographed by individual Oregon football legends.