Kevin Durant is a Nike basketball player. Rap standout Kanye West is aligned with Adidas. Reebok tapped California rap star Kendrick Lamar to resurrect a classic sneaker franchise. Still, they continue to wear Vans.
And the aforementioned celebs are not alone in straying from brand affiliations to rock looks from the skate brand.
The broad acceptance of Vans from celebrities, and its penetration into street style, is a testament to the brand’s current cool factor. And the models people are buying today have been in the brand’s catalogue for decades; they are the not new, innovative...more
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With an endless supply of classic retro styles and inventive new designs, Nike remains a force to be reckoned with in the athletic sneaker realm.
Believe it or not, getting your hands on some of the brand’s top shoes doesn’t have to mean giving up a small fortune in the process. Fan-favorite styles such as the Air Force 1, Air Huarache, Air Presto and more can be picked up for under their original retail prices.
Instead of attempting to wade through the daunting clearance sections on your own, let FN do the legwork for you. Below, you can shop the top Nike shoes on sale right now, with a varie...more
Blizzard announced a new map for Overwatch during its Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany today. Junkertown, the Australian home of the bomb-loving character Junkrat and his oversized bodyguard Roadhog, will be playable at the show.
Junkertown will be an escort map, meaning the attacking team has to push a payload to its destination while the defending team tries to stop them.
Along with announcing the new map, Blizzard also released a new animated short starring Junkrat and Roadhog. These videos give Overwatch a way to show off the story surrounding its characters and world, something that...more
Just like almost everyone else in the United States, Google is amped about the total solar eclipse sweeping the nation on Monday.
An adorable new doodle reimagines the solar eclipse not as the result of the orbital motion of heavenly bodies, but as the product of a game between two aliens tossing the moon in front of the sun.
It's pretty cute.
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If you click on the doodle, Google takes you to a series of vertical videos (hello, Snapchat clone) that explain exactly what lunar and solar eclipses are and why they happen ...more