Difficult times often bring out the best in people. This can be especially true with art. Creativity is spawned in difficult times, and this custom sneaker project from Jeff Waskowiak (aka @get.kickrich) is a shining example of that.
The Paris Saint Germain brand has taken a life of its own over the last few years. On one side you have a full-blown football club, with dedicated athletes focused on winning and on the other side you have the brand of PSG. I want to focus on the brand.
I want to tell the story of how my friendship with Maurice Edu was based on a moment in time that I will always cherish and how that moment has shaped me into a passionate fan of soccer.
adidas is blending the two silhouettes for a hybrid Samba Predator sneaker that takes some elements from the OG Predator from 1994 and combines that with the classic silhouette of the Samba.
With the influx of international players in the NBA and the growing space that soccer is filling in North America, it seemed only a matter of time that the basketball world and the soccer world would crossover. It’s inevitable that the two sports will continue to run parallel closer and closer as the years go on, but the question is how did this start. Who played a part early on and why?
Back when KTTP first started, my goal as the founder was to host an event with US Soccer. What or how, I didn’t really know, all I knew was that if we were able to make something happen I would consider Kicks to the Pitch a success.
We recently shared our thoughts on the new Nike x Korea collection, and without being too redundant, here is one more piece that needs some love too. These Air Max 95s are inspired by the South Korean national team.
Teased last year at Nike’s innovation summit, this week Nike hit us with their full 2020 South Korea national team collection. The collection has everything from game day kits to limited Air Maxes. At first glance it looks like an all in all great collection, but come to find, out opinions on the collection are a little mixed.
KTTP: An Origin Story by Founder Curtis Brown
About 6 years I first had the idea that became Kicks to the Pitch. I was sitting around one of the sneaker events I use to throw and noticed all of the people wearing soccer tops paired with sneakers. It was February of 2014 and the World Cup was that summer and that is where it all began.
The worst of times often brings about a newfound creativity. Dire times can lead to new music, art, fashion, etc. Paradise Soccer Club is doing just that.