Nike wants you to know this Jordan 1 is "NOT FOR RESALE"

Nike’s newest Jordan 1 pokes fun at the reselling community

Dresed in black, white and yellow, this Air Jordan 1 reads ”NOT FOR RESALE” on its midsole, in addition to “NO PHOTOS” embroidered on the heels, “WEAR ME” on the tongues, “PLEASE CREASE” on its toeboxes, and ”NO L’S” on the insoles.

The Air Jordan 1 “Not For Resale” will drop this December and retail for $155 at select Jordan Brand retailers and the Nike SNKRS app.

What do you think of the Air Jordan 1 “Not For Resale”? Let us know in the comments below.

Sneakersnstuff X adidas Yung 1 Collab

Sneakersnstuff has revealed its adidas Originals Yung-1 collaboration with a campaign featuring legendary artist George Clinton. The latest Sneakersnstuff x adidas Originals Yung-1 pack comes in a grey and purple colorway, both featuring a suede, leather and mesh upper.

The Sneakersnstuff x adidas Originals Yung-1 pack will be available on October 13 and will retail for $130 on the SNS’ web store and in-store at SNS retail locations.

Let us know what you think of the Sneakersnstuff x adidas Originals Yung-1 pack in the comments below.

The Sneaker Drop: This week's sneaker releases you don't want to miss!!

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With so much heat dropping each week, it's hard to keep track of what, when, and where to cop each drop. Here are a few of the hottest sneakers dropping this week.

Off-White X Nike Blazer Mid Canvas
"All Hallows Eve" & "Grim Reapers" 

Release Date: October 3, 2018  Original Sales Price: $130  Where to cop: Select Nike Sportswear retailers and  Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
October 3, 2018

Original Sales Price:
$130

Where to cop:
Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Adidas Ultra Boost Mid

Release Date: October 4, 2018  Original Sales Price: $220  Where to cop: adidas.com and other select retailers

Release Date:
October 4, 2018

Original Sales Price:
$220

Where to cop:
adidas.com and other select retailers

Nike Vaporfly 4% Flyknit

Release Date:  October 4, 2018   Original Sales Price:  $250   Where to cop:  Select  Nike Sportswear  retailers and  Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
October 4, 2018

Original Sales Price:
$250

Where to cop:
Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Air Jordan 6 Retro "Tinker"

Release Date:  October 6, 2018   Original Sales Price:  $190   Where to cop:  Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
October 6, 2018

Original Sales Price:
$190

Where to cop:
Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

The myth of not having to clean black sneakers

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Many people tend to ignore the cleanliness of their black sneakers thinking they don’t need to be cleaned and maintained since it is hard to see dirt and grime on the dark color. Over time black sneakers begin to turn grey-ish due to dirt, which is hard to notice because it happens slowly. A good sneaker cleaning can bring back the original richness you loved when you first bought those kicks.

Size? X Nike Air Max "Dusk To Dawn" Pack

Size? and Nike have teamed up for another collab titled the “Dusk to Dawn” pack. The Air Max 180 represents the night, featuring grey and black panels with hints of pink. On the other hand, the Air Max 1 represents sunshine with natural colors softened by morning fog.

The “Dusk to Dawn” pack will be available on October 5th via the Nike SNKRS app and select retailers and will retail for $143.

What do you think of the “Dusk To Dawn” pack?


24 Kilates X ASICSTIGER GEL-LYTE III Collab

The Spain based sneaker store 24 Kilates and ASICSTIGER collaborated on a GEL-LYTE III, inspired by the train that travels between Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. There are a number of textures featured on this sneaker, with high-quality suede, leather and nubuck all used. The sneaker includes green toebox and heel, while yellow and light brown can be seen on the upper. Also featured is a woven co-branded badge on the half tongue.

You can catch this collab at the 24 Kilates stores on September 29, before dropping at select retailers on October 6.

Check out the images above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

The Sneaker Drop: This week's sneaker releases you don't want to miss!!

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With so much heat dropping each week, it's hard to keep track of what, when, and where to cop each drop. Here are a few of the hottest sneakers dropping this week.

Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin

Release Date: September 26  Original Sales Price: $160  Where to cop: Select Nike Sportswear retailers and  Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
September 26

Original Sales Price:
$160

Where to cop:
Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Air Jordan 7 Low

Release Date: September 27  Original Sales Price: $140  Where to cop: Select  Jordan Brand  retailers and  Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
September 27

Original Sales Price:
$140

Where to cop:
Select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike SNKRS

Nike React Element 55

Release Date:  September 29   Original Sales Price:  $130   Where to cop:  Select  Nike Sportswear  retailers and  Nike SNKRS

Release Date:
September 29

Original Sales Price:
$130

Where to cop:
Select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

‘Dragon Ball Z’ x adidas Originals “Frieza” & “Goku”

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Release Date:  September 29   Original Sales Price:  $150-$170 USD   Where to cop:  Select  adidas  retailers and  adidas.com

Release Date:
September 29

Original Sales Price:
$150-$170 USD

Where to cop:
Select adidas retailers and adidas.com

These Factory Error "Reverse Shattered Backboards" are selling for $146,000

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What would you do if you received a pair of kicks with a factory error? Send them back for a refund or flip that negative into a major positive. Well, that’s what one sneakerhead did when he received a pair of Nike Jordan 1 “ Reverse Shattered Backboards” with an upside down Swoosh directly from Nike itself. A very rare error from the sneaker company made these kicks worth 900 times more than the retail price, as this lucky customer is selling these for $146,000.

Would you pay $146,000 for a pair of kicks with a factory error?