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March 26, 1987 brought us one of the most infamous sneakers in history—the Air Max 1. While Air Max technology was originally introduced eight years earlier in the Tailwind, the Air Max 1 was the first time the air technology was made at a larger scale and visible from the outside. Since its debut as both a function and fashion staple with the Air Max 1, air technology has been through quite the evolution. With its countless appearances in coveted collaborations with athletes, brands and sneaker stores like Atmos , to its key role in various sneaker silhouettes, Nike's air technology has made itself a staple in just about every sneaker collector's closet. The original Air Max 1 Yesterday, Nike hosted events celebrating Air Max's big 30th birthday. While other countries celebrated in their own ways, here in New York City, we had a go big or go home mentality, as per usual.
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LeBron James gave a group of children from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation a day to remember after he personally presented them with their own pair of easy-entry sneakers at the Cleveland Cavaliers practice facility in Independence, Ohio, on Monday. James helped design the Nike's new LeBron Soldier 10 FlyEase sneakersfootwear which features a zipper and Velcro straps instead of laces, with its easy to slip on and off system designed with disabled athletes in mind. The Children's Hospital patients were met by James, who showed them how the sneakers worked and helped fit them on their feet. It's about us empowering every kid and everybody to understand we are all athletes, the basketball player said. Sport in general should never be taken away from any kid, he added. It creates fun, it creates laughter, it creates competitiveness, it creates brotherhood or sisterhood.
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What’s the deal with Trump and Russia? Cenk Uygur, Jordan Chariton, Nomi Konst, and Michael Tracey, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "What is the real story of Donald Trump and Russia? The answer is still unclear, and Democrats in Congress want to get to the bottom of it with an investigation. But there’s no doubt that a spider web of connections—some public, some private, some clear, some murkyexists between Trump, his associates and Russian President Vladimir Putin. These charts illustrate dozens of those links, including meetings between Russian officials and members of Trump’s campaign and administration; his daughter’s ties to Putin’s friends; Trump’s 2013 visit to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant; and his short-lived mixed martial arts venture with one of Putin’s favorite athletes.
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