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Looks like NikeStore website got a little update…

(looking better NikeStore)

I won’t go into a big ole rant about it (maybe later… and will probably feature it on the main site too lol… FYI – usually keep the rants to the blog and as well as  my KicksOnFire blog where i may get a little more… direct shall we say) but I have to say the little touch up on the site just may make it worth going to the site to shop.

I hardly ever shop on the NikeStore and mainly it is because the site is TOTALLY flash based and it just gets annoying after a while. Maybe, one day, they will use flash far less but for now I have to say that the small update in the user interface is very noteworthy.

Check it out for yourself by clicking HERE


The name of the shoe in the  pic is the Nike Bandon Men’s Golf Shoe… in case you were wondering.

In Interesting Shop To Buy Shoes Classic Kicks

An interesting way to shop Classic kicks

(I wish I could remember how I came across this site lol)

Never bought anything from there, but it sure look s cool… and I don’t like shopping on flash sites (right Nike??? lol) but this site does it very well. They also have a blog that has some interesting stuff on it that I have to feature one of these days.

Classic kicks

(see anything you like?)

I may shop there for some classics one day.

Now playing: Jay-Z – Brooklyn Go Hard (feat. Santogold)
via FoxyTunes

So What Is This Sneaker Listing Website?

Screenshot of Sneakerlisting

(and web 2.0 continues)

So I am browsing the sneakerwebs and I came across this post on about a new service for sneakerheads. Its currently still in beta but what the hell, I will give it a once over.

Expect a review of this coming soon. In the mean time, go check it out.

Looks Like Finishline Stepped Its Game Up: Updated Website

Updated FinishLine

(looks like we got ourselves a updated site)

While browsing the net for new sneakers and shoes on sale, I headed to FinishLine (as usual) and noticed that the site got updated just a touch. It now features a slide show of featured items, links to your favorite sneaker lines, and tags to your, ou guessed it, favorite sneaker lines as well as specific sneakers or shoes on sale.

And a nice touch, some footwear companies get a special landing page (sometimes I hate that because I want to go directly to the sneakers) that actually looks good and is useful. Reeboks landing page (when you click on the category tag REEBOK) actually has info on it I want to see and they CLEARLY mark where I can click to get to the kicks I want to see (or all the kicks they have at Finishline)