Posts Tagged ‘Worst’

Tinker Hatfield Names His Worst Air Jordan Design

words // Nick DePaula:

As the athletic industry’s longtime most iconic shoe designer, Tinker Hatfield is used to being celebrated for his groundbreaking and defining design work over the course of his career.

Spanning across the Air Jordan, Running and Tennis categories, and also including the launch of cross training sneakers altogether, Hatfield’s work since the late 1980s has long established benchmarks for both performance and product design in a variety of sports.

Recently stopped at an airport by TMZ Sports — which Tinker had to find amusing — he was asked on the spot, in true TMZ fashion, to pick the worst design of his career.

While the interviewer is fittingly wearing a pair of Air Jordan XIs — Hatfield’s “best” design — watch along as Tinker, always a good sport, reveals the one that got away from him.

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The Best (and Worst) All Red Nike Shoes

This weekend, the Air Jordan 2 Low returns in a-far-from-original all red execution. While the colorway continues to come out across a variety of shoes, not every execution has been a solid one.  We took a look through the archives since the “Red October” Nike Air Yeezy II released and assembled the highlights and lowlights of all red everything by Nike.

Which one if your favorite? Which is the most foul?  Let us know on social media at @nicekicks across all platforms.

The Good

Nike Air Max Plus

Nike Air Max Plus

The Nike Air Max Plus seems to never come around enough for Stateside AMP heads.  No matter what lengths one would have to go to grab these though, it is worth the hunt.

Nike KD7 NSW

Nike KD7 NSW

Kevin Durant went nearly all red everything with the “Global Game” Nike KD7, but frankly, these were the sleeper that many passed on.  Tiempo tooling set the shoe a blaze along with the very untraditional upper.

Nike Sock Dart

Nike Sock Dart

The Nike Sock Dart was one of the hottest shoes for NikeLab heads last year and these were on the list for many fans of the 2004 runner.

Nike Air Force 1 LV8

Nike Air Force 1 LV8

Who said Forces are dead?  Just make them all red!

Nike Air Foamposite Pro

Nike Air Foamposite Pro

To date, Nike has released three Foamposite Pros that seemed to take inspiration from each iconic Yeezy colorway.  Whether anyone in Beaverton admits it or not, Yeezy taught you with these Foams.  Yeezy taught you well.

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Your Worst Haircut Has Nothing on Will Forte’s New Look

Your Worst Haircut Has Nothing on Will Forte’s New Look

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Ranking All 32 World Cup Jerseys from Worst to Best

Ranking All 32 World Cup Jerseys from Worst to Best

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Drake’s ‘Worst Behavior’ Video: His Father, Juicy J And More Cameos

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

After teasing us for weeks with photos from the set, Drake goes big in his new video for “Worst Behavior.” In step with the anthemic track from Nothing Was the Same , the X-directed visual takes it back to the people who loved the Toronto rapper from the start with features from Drizzy’s family and friends. In case you missed it, these are the best guest appearances in “Worst Behavior.”

Dennis Graham: Drake no doubt gets his musical talent from his father’s side of the family. His Dad, Dennis Graham, shows off his vocal chops at the start of the video by performing in the famed Memphis studio of Al Green. For those who don’t know, the legendary Willie Mitchell (also pictured in the video) was Drake’s uncle and collaborated with the likes of Al Green, Syl Johnson and O.V. Wright.

Juicy J and Project Pat: Who knew Juicy J and Project Pat were really comedians? The Three 6 Mafia rappers have a little sketch comedy moment with two of Drake’s friends, OVO Ryan and OB O’Brien. “Shut the f— up!” Juicy says at one point, a throw to his famous ad-lib. Project Pat tries to keep a straight face when he’s called “Paddy Cakes.” Hilarious.

OVO Boys: It wouldn’t be a video without Drake’s friends flying down from Toronto. OVO (October’s Very Own) crew members OB O’Brien and OVO Ryan appear alongside Juicy J in the aforementioned comedy routine. If these guys look familiar, it’s because both were also seen in visuals for “HYFR” and “Started from the Bottom.” In addition to being the crew’s resident funny man, OB has become an OVO team mascot of sorts with his new owl costume.

Crew Love: Never one to forget his boys, Drake has other OVO members like Oliver (his manager) and CJ appear in the video as well. Peep the last scene, in which the rapper and his huge entourage of friends are walking around town. Now you know why Drake needs “No New Friends.”

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