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The Review: adidas Supernova Glide 6 Boost

Growing up I always sought solace in organized sports. That was up until my destructive appetite for fruitless accolades superseded what truly mattered most – the simple enjoyment of participation. Wary of the ill-tempered perfectionist I becam...

The Review: APL Concept 3

When a shoe holds the singular distinction of being banned by the NBA due to “providing an undue competitive advantage,” it’s hard not have lofty expectations. That certainly was the case when I laced up my first pair of Concept 3s....

The Review: Nike SB Lunar Gato

We used to have a spot in New York City called 12th and A. At first glance, it wasn’t much: a basketball court decorated with driveway flatbars, a shortened picnic table, and a couple of ramps. DIY ledges lined the walls on the left side, parallel fr...

The Review: adidas Skateboarding Busenitz ADV

Look, I’m not trying to brag, but I’ve sprained ankles, bruised bones, broken fingers, and spilled a gut-churning amount of blood across innumerable surfaces. No, I’m not a football player, but something equally crazy and a fraction as glorious – I’m...

The Review: adidas Springblade

Running has long been a passion of mine — it comes in handy since working for a website usually comes with long working hours at the cost of a significant lack of physical activity. All too often, I look to put the cover down on the laptop afte...

The Review: VSCO Film Pack 4

In such a short period of time, no other creative tool has perhaps been as popular and impactful as VSCO. Falling outside the realm of social media — and definitely not hardware — VSCO’s launch a year and a half ago has been a boon to the...

The Review: Nike Kobe 8 System Elite 2.0

When perennial All-Star Kobe Bryant ruptured his Achilles back in April it undoubtedly brought an end to the Los Angeles Lakers and their already improbable title run. As an endangered Orlando Magic fan from a forgotten era I can cold-heartedly say I...

The Review: Under Armour Charge BB

With its place firmly established in the world of performance footwear and apparel, Under Armour has, in the last two years, slowly made its presence felt in the world of basketball. Outfitting some of the most explosive and talented young players in...

The Review: Palladium Baggy Leather Gusset & Pampa Thermal

A majority of us will be experiencing some harsh weather conditions in the following months. Which begs the question, “What should be my footwear choice?” Palladium most recently relaunched their “Waterproof” collection for the fall/winter season...

The Review: adidas D Rose 3

While the world anxiously awaited #thereturn, adidas had new beginnings in mind when conceiving of the D Rose 3, Derrick Rose’s latest signature sneaker. With a new name, look, logo and price tag, the new Rose model is a marked departure for bo...

The Review: New Balance Minimus IONIX 3090

For those of you that haven’t been living under a rock… you might be aware that Crossfit is the newest and most advertised sport, even though it’s been around since the early ’70s. So it’s to no surprise that New Balance, who for some time now,...

The Review: Nike Flyknit Racers

I was recently invited by the Swoosh amongst other runners and media personalities to attend the launch and a workshop featuring Nike’s groundbreaking Flyknit collection. Since I wasn’t in attendance at the global launch in New York (*ahe...

The Review: Big Fun in the Big Town – A Document of Hip-Hop’s Past in the Late ’80s

“You learn rap from the streets.” The response, taken from an interviewee in the hip-hop documentary, Big Fun in the Big Town, truly embodies what this 25-year-old film is all about. The year was 1986. Rock journalist and radio host Br...

The Review: Under Armour Charge RC

I’m always on the quest to find the next best minimalist sneaker. It’s not an easy category to compete in and not every brand can do it well. After hearing Under Armour was releasing a new minimalist sneaker – the Charge RC – I needed to get my hands...

The Review: adidas adiZero f50 miCoach

The so-called arms race in the soccer boot world began almost 15 years ago when Nike set the world ablaze with the release of its Nike Mercurial in tandem with OG Ronaldo. Since then, the so-called speed boot in soccer has exploded and arguably creat...