Complete with the classic black and white combination and the bright “Max Orange” motif, the new colorways offer a unique vibrancy and sleekness never-before-seen on the Presto Utility line. Of course, the two new colorways will still, as their names suggest, a superior level of utility and ruggedness perfect for protecting your feet from the harsher winter elements.
The two new Nike Air Presto Mid Utilities are available now at retailers such as Undefeated, retailing for $140 USD each.
Perhaps lost amongst the freakish athletic plays, bitter rivalries and players changing teams, is the fact that basketball is a game and should be fun.
The NBA recently released a 16 minute tribute to various antics from the year that didn’t make it into the box score; namely, missed dunks, bad dancing, alley-oops turned scoring plays, mascots running amuck and errant passes hitting tender spots on the body.
Earlier this month Nike dropped off a fresh “Baroque Brown” iteration of the Zoom Talaria Flyknit, as now the Swoosh is back with yet another new colorway of the mid-top sneaker. Here we find the company once again cashing in on the popular Vachetta Tan craze, implementing the leather application on the Flyknit-featured silhouette.
The tan leather touches can in turn be found at the toe and heel, while black suede covers the sides of the shoe. D-ring lace loops then hold black laces, as the rugged sole unit underneath makes the sneaker a solid play during the winter months.
You can pick up your size of the new “Vachetta Tan” Air Zoom Talaria Mid Flyknit through select Nike accounts.
In addition to the black and grey Air Zoom Talaria Mid Flyknit, Nike also released an equally enticing military green colorway roughly a week before Christmas. Luckily, you can still get your hands on a pair via Undefeated.
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In following up on this month’s GO! part three — during which he previewed himself riding a real-life Mario Kart throughout Tokyo, this week BMX rider Nigel Sylvester is back with the full clip of Mario Kart madness.
The entertaining footage in turn finds Nigel and his pals dressed up in superhero costumes, swerving through the streets of Tokyo, again, in Mario Karts.
This sure beats sitting at home on your couch playing the actual Nintendo game, huh?
We were admittedly very excited for Amazon’s Black Friday bargain bonanza which took place back in November, but even it looks rather modest when compared to the online retailer’s end of year “Digital Day” sale.
Items to have been price slashed include streaming subscriptions, tv shows, movies, comics, books, and video games. Lots and lots of video games. Stellar titles including FIFA 17 have been reduced by 33%, while fans of American football will be able to pick up Madden 17 at almost half price. Mobile gamers, meanwhile, can content themselves with any title from the Final Fantasy series, which has also been discounted by 50%.
With such variety on offer, to mention every deal would be impossible, and so your best bet is to set some time aside and head on over to the online store right here. Just remember, it’s a “digital” sale, so no physical items will be on offer and all content is downloadable only.
The sale ends midnight tonight, and you can share your best finds with us in the comments section below.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to watch Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on a Sega Mega Drive? Well, wonder no longer, because this is exactly what it would look like.
A guy by the name of John Stratman took time out of his life to render Darth Vader’s appearance in the final scene of Rogue One in pixelated 16-bit form. In it you see Darth Vader doing Darth Vader-y things as Darth Vader is one to do, like parrying laser beams with his lightsaber. Typical Darth Vader.