Air Jordan 1 Retro High Flyknit

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Old Brand, New Looks

Old Brand, New Looks The last couple of winters, I’ve refrained from wearing a true winter boot. Instead, I’ve opted for a sneaker boot and I hope to keep up this trend over time. I find sneaker boots more comfortable, lighter weight, and more stylish once I’m inside of a destination. For the past few … Continue Reading

Coffee, Cannabis, and Clothing

Coffee, Cannabis, and Clothing Canada is set to legalize Cannabis for recreational use on October 17, 2018. There’s lot’s to learn and discover about the heavily regulated cannabis industry. It is more important than ever as the application of Bill C-45 continues to evolve daily and province-by-province. In the upcoming weeks, I’m sure there will be … Continue Reading

Dawn of New Era

Dawn of New Era This past weekend was the dawn of a new era for the Toronto Raptors. Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green suited up for Canada’s lone NBA team for the first time. They played a preseason game against the Portland Trailblazers in Vancouver. The new Raptors are good. Super good. As a collective, … Continue Reading

Her Own Style

Her Own Style Styling my daughter in the latest pair of Jordan’s when she was young was a lot of fun. She enjoyed wearing the same kicks as her pops, as well as her younger brother when we ventured out on the town. Like most daughters, she began to develop her own sense of style … Continue Reading

An American in Paris Saint-Germain

An American in Paris For several years Nike has been losing share with their target audience. Through product innovation, socially conscious advertising, and global reach, Nike has started to find it’s footing in North America again. The company will once again emerge as the winner in the sneaker business in 2018. I want to believe Nike … Continue Reading

He’s in The Hall of Fame

He’s in The Hall of Fame Last night the 2018 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class was enshrined in Springfield, Massachusetts. Headlining this year’s inductees were Ray Allen, Grant Hill, Jason Kidd, and Steve Nash, each who represent a moment in time for me. Grant Hill illustrates the pain of enduring back-to-back national championships from Duke in … Continue Reading

Gridiron Got Game

Gridiron Got Game I love basketball. I also love football. Growing up, I played basketball and football. I was inspired by Michael Jordan both on the court and the football field because before Tom Brady, Jordan’s presence is what defined greatness in my life. When I played football, Deion Sanders and Bo Jackson were also very … Continue Reading

Kaepernick Has Klout

Kaepernick Has Klout Last week I wrote about Nike’s recent stock performance. I also wrote about how innovation and newness at Nike are what’s driving the brands’ performance. Nike’s incredible revisit of archival marketing tactics tells me the brand is close to, if not firing on all cylinders. On Monday, Nike announced that Colin Kaepernick would be … Continue Reading

Newness From Nike

Newness From Nike I love sneakers! I’ve been saying that for years. Lately, I’ve been so invested in liquidating my sneaker collection that I’ve spent little time writing about sneakers. Earlier this year, I bought a pair of Nike Vapourmax runners in the Air Max ’95 Electric Green at ssense.com I was drawn to the sneaker because … Continue Reading