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Serena Williams has once again used her fashion on the tennis court to make a statement, as she played her first match in the 2021 French Open
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The company that sold Lil Nas X's "Satan" shoe made from Nike Air Max 97s will buy it back from customers for a full refund after a settlement with Nike.
Lil Nas X has collaborated with streetwear brand MSCHF on a pair of custom Nike Air Max 97s they are calling “Satan Shoes”. The controversial …
Rapper Lil Nas X launched a controversial pair of "Satan Shoes" featuring a drop of real human blood, and they sold out almost immediately.
Sneakerheads like to complain about the one that got away. About haunting sneaker apps and websites yet failing to win shoe-drop raffles or fi…
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A Nike executive resigned from the company after her son used one of her credit cards to purchase $132,000 worth of limited-edition sneakers.
WOODBINE — State Police on Tuesday asked for the public’s help to find a missing 15-year-old boy. Borough resident Tyler Wolf was last seen about 3 a.m. Monday walking south near Lincoln Park, 337 Heilprin Ave., according to a post on the agency’s Facebook page.
Nike is donating 30,000 pairs of shoes — specifically designed for health care workers — to health systems and hospitals in cities across the United States.
They stood, dressed in medical gloves, gowns and masks, jostled by the gusting winds, gathering information and dispensing care to those in need.
Chris Mosier’s motto is “Be the person you needed when you were younger.”
Nike's new shoe, Air Zoom Pulse, was not created for athletes, but for a different crowd: medical workers.
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Strange but true: It's been nearly 20 years since the 2000 publication of "Sole Influence" by Dan Wetzel and Don Yeager, whose book uncovered the shameful dynamics infusing the relationship between athletic shoe companies and college basketball. Way back then, the conspiracy actually was shocking ... only to be left to fester and enable more brazenness. At least until it all could no longer be ...
This college basketball season's indelible moment came when Duke star Zion Williamson's size-15 Nike burst apart at the seams just seconds into a much-anticipated game against rival North Carolina. Williamson, the ACC Player of the Year and expected No. 1 overall NBA draft pick, missed the rest of the regular season. Nike executives flew to Durham the next day - part damage control, part ...
Stephen Martin made national news when he boycotted Nike. Now he has announced that his Prime Time Sports store will close in the coming days.
No, a man didn't accidentally start his house on fire while protesting Nike and Colin Kaepernick. And Michael Jordan didn't pull his namesake brand from the company either. Here are the real facts:
The new endorsement deal has sparked vigorous debate over the apparel giant's support of a player known for starting protests among NFL players against police brutality, racial inequality and other social issues.
Nike has touched off a furor by wading into football's national anthem debate with an ad featuring Colin Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback who was the first athlete to kneel during "The Star-Spangled Banner" to protest police brutality against blacks and hasn't played a game since 2016.