In this week’s Release Roundup show Rich “MaZe” Lopez goes over the top news stories and he’s ranking the top 5 sneaker releases of the week, and we’ve all seen sneaker customs, and we’ve all seen sneaker art, but we’ve never seen anything like this before. So stay tuned after their news segment for more.
Casey Neistat goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Stadium Goods in New York City and talks about Sneaker YouTube, his favorite high-tech sneakers, and pranking people with fake Supreme x Louis Vuitton.
Young superfan Luna Stracci goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma and gets surprised by Halsey at Stadium Goods in New York City, and talks who she would like to see on the show and wanting to have the same shoes as her father.
While initial rumors regarding the release of the Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey” had these dropping sometime in May, new reports indicate that the shoe will in fact release this month.
A shortened version of the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” proper, this low highlights all the same detailing that made the mid a classic when it first released years ago. Hopefully, we get the mids soon too.
Look for the Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey” to his retailers April 28th. Read more
Appearing graceful in Black and Medium Grey leather as it did during its last retro tour in 2013, the Air Jordan 1 “Shadow” returns next Saturday, April 14, to select Jordan Brand retailers for $160. As you can expect, they won’t be an easy cop — as no OG Air Jordan 1 ever is. take a look at some pics below. Read more
Stranger Things’ Noah Schnapp goes Sneaker Shopping at Stadium Goods in New York City with Complex’s Joe La Puma and talks about wearing sneakers on the first day of school, borrowing his friend’s Yeezys, and who has the best sneakers on the show.
In this week’s episode of Release Roundup Rich “MaZe” Lopez talks about the Don C Air Jordan Legacy 312, Virgil Abloh’s Off-White Nike Soccer boot, Nike’s newest women’s sneaker boutique, and Pharrell’s Boost You wear sneakers. We also linked up with the Chicago Bulls’ Zach LaVine to talk adidas and Yeezy. Read more
Even though we’re only about four months into the new year, it’s already being reported what Jordan Brand will release during the holiday season. For the first time since 2011, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” is rumored to return to retailers. And if those rumors are to be believed, the shoe’s production will be massive.
It’s said that nearly 1 million pairs of the “Concords” will release this holiday season — almost 1 million (989,566) men’s pairs in approximation. Moreover, it’s stated that an additional 850,000 pairs will release in GS, PS and TD sizes. So we’re talking almost 2 million pairs of “Concords,” which is not only in line with the millions of pairs sold of the “72-10” and “Space Jam” retro, but the production of those styles in the years past.
Jordan Brand hasn’t yet confirmed any details regarding this upcoming release. Keep it locked for more info. Read more
After many teasers and sneak peeks, Virgil Abloh’s OFF WHITE x Nike Air VaporMax “Black” will finally be released this Friday, March 30. And with the long-awaited sneaker’s release just days away, here’s another look at Abloh’s take on the VaporMax.
The OFF WHITE x Nike Air VaporMax features a black Primeknit upper, white stitching an oversized Swoosh logo, and like other iterations of the VaporMax silhouette, a full-length Air Max cushioning outsole.
Take a look at photos of the OFF WHITE x Nike Air VaporMax “Black” below and visit Sneaker Politics and other select retailers on Friday to pick up a pair. Read more
Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe goes Sneaker Shopping at Flight Club in Los Angeles and talks about meeting Michael Jordan, trading NFL tickets for grail sneakers, and why he has the best sneakers in morning sports talk shows.
In this week’s release roundup, Rich “MaZe” Lopez talk about the week’s top sneaker stories including the return of the Concord Air Jordan 11, Nike’s releases for Air Max Day, and how Fortnite is ruining our lives. Steve Aoki also joins host Rich “MaZe” Lopez to talk his collaboration with Asics, why we shouldn’t chase sneaker grails, and shows him how to cake face the Sole Collector intern.
Birdman goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Flight Club in Los Angeles and talks about classic Cash Money style, his Lugz deal, and why he’s not involved in Lil Wayne and Drake’s sneaker deals. Read more