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Singer Grimes kicks off Adidas campaign with a post about her ‘training regime,’ which she says includes deprivation tanks, astro-gliding ...
Grimes, a singer and songwriter known for her high-profile romance with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, is starring in Adidas' latest campaign.
We visited Nike and Adidas flagship stores to see which brand is better at serving women. The winner was obvious.
Nike recently announced that 2019 would focus on women, and Adidas has a partnership with Beyoncé. We visited both stores to see who walked the walk.
Top sneaker reseller halts sales of the controversial Nike ‘Betsy Ross’ American flag shoe selling for over $2,000 because it did ‘n...
Nike's Betsy Ross flag-themed sneakers were selling online for more than $2,000 after the company decided against releasing the sneakers.
Adidas has unveiled the Futurecraft Loop, a 100% recyclable running shoe with materials that can be used again and again.
2 of Adidas’ best-selling sneakers aren’t cool anymore, and now the company is betting huge on Kanye West
Adidas is shifting its sneaker strategy as retro designs like its Stan Smith and Superstar shoes fall out of favor.
Nike reveals its plan to focus on women athletes in 2019, including new high-tech products and a Women’s World Cup deal
Nike is designing 14 national team uniforms for the FIFA Women's World Cup this summer and launching products across womenswear.
Adidas' new hiking sneaker is designed to incorporate "outdoor function and street style."
Zion Williamson was wearing a $110 pair of Nike sneakers when one shoe exploded and he injured his knee
Zion Williamson was wearing Nike PG 2.5 sneakers when one exploded during a game between Duke and North Carolina on Wednesday.
A Colorado store that refused to sell Nike apparel after the brand released its Colin Kaepernick ad is going out of business
A Colorado Springs, Colorado, store that refused to sell Nike goods after Colin Kaepernick's viral Nike ad is going out of business.
A popular Nike sneaker is facing backlash from Muslims who say its logo looks like the Arabic script for ‘Allah’
A petition circulating online is calling on Nike to recall a popular sneaker because the shoe's logo looks similar to the Arabic script for "Allah."