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Nike's Dunk SB Bridges Cultural Gaps

Over time, skateboarding evolved from a recreational activity into a full-fledged lifestyle – one that's birthed a multi-billion dollar industry.

Like any movement, skate culture was very insular in its early stages, protected by its practitioners like a crowned jewel. However, the emergence of other subcultures rooted in similar angst birthed a natural level of connectivity with skaters, eventually building unforeseen bridges based on commonality. Pair that understanding with the death-defying acts in skateboarding, and you can see why its reach extended in popular culture. Read more >>

Exclusive Interview: DJ Khaled Details Jordan 3 "Grateful" Collaboration

DJ Khaled made his presence felt at Stadium Goods on Thursday (June 15), his locale of choice to hold an autograph signing for his upcoming album Grateful. Seizing the moment, the event doubled as a way for the always charismatic figure to personally connect with fans and provide a detailed look at his Air Jordan 3 Retro "Grateful" collab.

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DJ Khaled Gives Detailed Look At "Grateful" Air Jordan 3

If anyone can teach a master class on creating viral moments, it's DJ Khaled.

Thursday afternoon (June 15), the DJ turned record producer turned social media maven and cultural icon caused a frenzy in New York City's SoHo neighborhood as he invaded Stadium Goods' 47 Howard Street location for an autograph signing – during which we received an exclusive look at his Air Jordan 3 Retro "Grateful."

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SG Ranks The Air Jordan 1 By Their Origin Story

Birthed in 1985, during Michael Jordan’s rookie season, the timing of the Air Jordan 1 couldn’t have been any greater. Despite the circumstances surrounding the shoe’s untimely banning by the NBA (more on that later), the mandate actually gave it a narrative to stand on. No wonder that the model ranks high among the most storied releases in the Air Jordan cannon.
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The Evolution Of The Stan Smith

The age old idiom, "If it isn't broke, don't fix it," is a phrase undoubtedly created by traditionalist. Fortunately, the mantra has little to no place in sneaker culture – a world largely predicated on its ability to repurpose classics into all new creations.

Enter adidas' iconic Stan Smith model.

The classic combination of a white leather upper, perforated Three Stripes on the mid-foot, and Fairway Green green accents (famously on the heel and Smith's caricature and signature on the tongue) make for a legendary design that can be dressed up or worn casually at the wearer's discretion.

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