Dodging 12 T-shirts Are Back!

Just a heads up, we are re-releasing our official Dodging 12 t-shirt. If you have been fucking with us for a while then the you know we released the Dodging 12 collection to match the Air Jordan retro 12 in the “French Blue” colorway in early 2016. A year later you guys have still been ordering these pieces. It was only right we brought them back, specially with our beloved Dodgers back in the WorldSeries! Checkout our go blue collection collection below! Oh yeah they True blue compatible! Stay tuned for additional colorways, and our official hoodies and crew necks coming later this week! Continue reading “Dodging 12 T-shirts Are Back!”

AIR JORDAN 18 RETRO

Here is a quick and detailed look at the Air Jordan Retro 18 in the White/Sport Royal-White-Metallic Silver colorway. This particular colorway is scheduled to make a comeback this upcoming January after a 15 year absence(originally released in 2003, designed by Tate Kuerbis). Will you be coppin this much awaited silhouette? Stay tuned for the whole release info. Continue reading “AIR JORDAN 18 RETRO”

[UPDATE] Air Jordan Retro IX(9) “BRED” Release Date

Just a quick heads up, we have confirmation on the Air Jordan Retro IX(9) in the BRED colorway. Date is now set to march 10th, 2018. Manufacturers suggested retail price is set at $190. This is expected to be a GENERAL release, but there is hype behind this particular colorway. Will you cop?

NIKE CORTEZ “Damn” Kendrick Lamar Collab

Here is a quick look at the Nike Cortez in the all red colorway. This particular pair of Nike Cortez’s will feature a black Nike sign, the word Damn on the tongue and the letters “K” and “L” on the heels for Kendricks initials. Images are the only thing we have right now, as no release date has been confirmed by either party. What are your thoughts? Is this a Cortez colorway that you will be coppin? Does Kendrick Lamar have future in fashion? Take a look at the pics below and tell us your thoughts. Continue reading “NIKE CORTEZ “Damn” Kendrick Lamar Collab”