Nike Air Zoom Vick II "Wolf Grey"

With Michael Vick set to take over the reigns of the Pittsburgh Steelers for the injured Ben Roethlisberger this upcoming weekend, Nike Sportswear’s release of the “Wolf Grey” Air Zoom Vick II couldn’t have seen better timing. Decked out in a grey synthetic and matching mesh with a graphic-covered underlay, this retro take on Vick’s most popular signature comes with an icy outsole, white accents and signature cues like a molded heel counter and dynamic heel/collar apparatus. Retailing for $160 USD, the kicks are available now via Rock City Kicks.

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OFF-WHITE c/o VIRGIL ABLOH 2016 Spring/Summer Women's Collection

Few have seen the meteoric rise in the world of fashion that Virgil Abloh has earned over the past few years. Now, after introducing his first women’s line last year, the creative polymath is back with “OFF DAY” for Spring/Summer 2015. Effortlessly combining the casual and the chic, the range is dominated by white tops, denim trousers and matching skirts with a dash of black and windowpane check thrown in for good measure. Though the label’s ubiquitous diagonal stripes appear to have gone by the wayside with the latest range, the inclusion of Grateful Dead tees recalls the graphics and aesthetic of previous releases.

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Inside the Mind of Kevin Durant

The NBA Season is quickly approaching and there’s one person who is looking forward to it more than any “biggest fan” of the league and that’s Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant. Former MVP and scoring champion, Durant was limited to only playing 27 games last season due to unfortunate injury setbacks. Averaging 32 points per game along with 7.4 rebounds and 5.5 assist per game to complement a beautiful season, Nike’s own KD was able to discuss his thoughts on what he fears the most, his personal style and what he plans to leave the game of basketball. Peep KD’s input below and check out all of Durant’s viewpoints here.

My biggest fear is that I might be taking it all for granted. Being able to do something I love every single day is a blessing. We play so many games, we have so many practices — it flies by. By the time it’s all said and done, I worry that I might not have really enjoyed every single day as a pro.

I don’t want to say it’s a competition, but [professional basketball players] always want to look good. Guys aren’t comparing all the time, but I think everybody wants his own lane to stay in. So I just try to do my own thing and not worry about what other players have on. I just want to enjoy what I have on and feel good in it. And I’ve been doing that lately.

If I don’t like it, I won’t wear it — no matter what design it is or who made it. I’m real simple with it. If it has a nice fit, I’ll wear it.

I want to be a Hall of Famer, have multiple championships and, most of all, I just want to leave my mark on the city. I want to inspire the youth and be remembered as one of those guys who impacted lives, on and off the court.

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October's Very Own 1-800-HOTLINEBLING Strapback Sportcap

Recently topping the billboard charts with What a Time to Be Alive alongside Future, Drake has been a highly popular topic of discussion as of late. Taking a strong stand in music isn’t the only thing Drizzy is a part of though. From working with the NBA’s Toronto Raptors to having a clothing line in October’s Very Own, another installment to the latter has been introduced. With Drake’s “Hotline Bling” being one of the catchiest tracks of the summer, you can now snag a special sports cap — which features the cover artwork — to celebrate the song. You can get your own via October’s Very Own’s site now for $45 USD.

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New Music: The Game Feat. Kanye West “Mula”

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The Game sent shockwaves recently, announcing his forthcoming The Documentary 2 album is now a double LP of 38 songs. The first half, arriving on October 9, includes the Sevn Thomas-produced “Mula” featuring Kanye West. The Compton MC handles the verses, as Mr. West handles hook duties.

Available for pre-order on iTunes, The Documentary 2 features appearances from Dr. Dre, Diddy, Kendrick Lamar, Fergie, Ice Cube, Future, will.i.am, Snoop Dogg, DeJ Loaf, and Ab-Soul. Disc 2 will be available on October 16, with confirmed appearances by Nas and Lil’ Wayne.

Continue after the jump…..

Previously:
The Game Feat. Diddy – “Standing On Ferraris”
The Game Reveals The Documentary 2 Is A Double Album
The Game Feat. Future & Sonyae – “Dedicated”
The Game – The Documentary 2 (Tracklisting)
The Game Feat. Drake – “100” (Video)


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Raf Simons x adidas Originals Response Trail Robot

After previously taking on the likes of the Ozweego 2 and Stan Smith, Raf Simons has customized yet another adidas silhouette, this time giving the Response Trail a makeover to create the Response Trail Robot. Taking cues from NASA’s astronaut suits, the design employs leather and mesh paneling throughout, coupling a predominately white look with an adiprene+ midsole, silver accents and red and blue hardware.

The robotic Response Trail is available now from adidas Originals retailers like Packer Shoes for $550 USD.

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