After a two year hiatus from production, the iconic Air Jordan 3 is returning in an all-new colorway this Fall 2016.
As the moniker suggests, the theme coincides with the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday, which was first evident on the AJ 1 from 2015. Although, this pair is expected to make its debut in the coming weeks ahead instead. Flaunting a simple two-tone finish, the sneaker’s smooth and textured leather is rendered in black, while it’s juxtaposed atop a clean white rubber sole unit.
Classic Jumpman embroidery adorning the tongue and insoles, in addition to a Jumpman branded patch treated in a matte finish rounds out its notable details.
Priced at $190, you can purchase this pair at select JB and Nike retailers on October 15th.
This week’s episode of “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” is a little more serious than usual, but considering all that is going on in the world somethings simply had to be addressed; Joe, Mal, and Rory discuss the debate, stop & frisk, policing, Game’s cheesesteak saga, and much more!
A colorway that’s also suited for Halloween, the sneaker’s defining theme is simply prominent across the upper in an embroidery, which bears ‘HUE / MAN’ on the right and left foot respectively. The model’s revamped deconstructed lacing system and EVA inserts are rendered in black for a nice contrast, while it’s topped off with a crisp white boost sole unit.
Retailing for $240, you can purchase this pair at select adidas retailers worldwide starting Thursday, September 29th.
While the camo pack is still on the way, the adidas NMD XR1 continues to receive more iterations for Fall 2016, as it’s now introduced in a vibrant deep-pink “Magenta” finish.
As with previous releases, the sneaker is composed of a microrib knit upper with a two-tone motif. Tonal elements include a waxed suede heel patch that reinforces its profile, a TPU eye-stay panel and EVA inserts on the heel. A crisp white boost midsole unit offsets the bright style, while subtle black accents are seen on the heel pull tabs and outsole.
Priced at $140, you can purchase this women’s pair at select adidas retailers starting this Saturday, October 1st.
After months and months of waiting, we finally have a release for Meek Mill‘s oft delayed mixtape DC4. Fans have been wanting a full Meek Mill project since his beef ignited with Drake last summer, and a few EP’s surfaced, but no full tape.
If you’ve been following Meek, he’s now engaged in what’s turning into an even bigger beef with fellow rapper The Game. Despite the two working on a few songs together, they are now at each others necks. Game accused Meek of snitching on him regarding a robbery incident, and now the two have been back and forth for a few weeks. The incident has spilled over into other artists getting involved such as Maino, Sean Kingston, and even Beanie Sigel. Now it looks like Meek will be turning his full focus back to the music, and soon.
here are no details on the project as of now, but in the coming days expect some content to roll out. For now enjoy these snippets below, and one even features an amazing Quavo verse.
For the first time since FORBES started delving into the money of the funny business, someone other than Seinfeld has taken the title of the top-earning joker. Between June 2015 and June 2016, Kevin Hart made $87.5 million—over $30 million more than Seinfeld’s $43.5 million.
Kevin Hart’s winning streak continues. “What Now” hits theaters October 14th and “Jumanji” is currently being filmed.