Athletes, actors, and Bill Nye band together for Nike's latest ad. When the Earth comes to a screeching halt and there isn't a Marvel superhero in sight, the regular Joes of the world, along with Kobe Bryant, Kevin Hart, Simone Biles, and The Science Guy, do their best to get it back in motion.
What's America's favorite pastime? It isn't sports or movies. So it's only fitting that one of the biggest cultural touchstones in these United States has a storied history in film. Fandor goes over the use of drugs in film, with a special emphasis on the visual effects of drugs on a visual medium.
The Holden Puffy Slipper Shoe is more like a parka for your feet. Made from quilted taffeta and filled with recycled PrimaLoft insulation, the uppers wrap each foot and seal them up similar to an over-stuffed sleeping bag. A gum sole transitions them to the outdoors where the water-repellent material and slip-resistant bottom keeps you trekking through the snow or sleet. Their combination of warmth and comfort will keep them in heavy rotation all winter long.
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More informal than a loafer but dressier than a sneaker, the Moral Code Woodrow Moccasin can fill in at any casual affair. Each pair is hand-sewn from premium hand-brushed and waxed leather. A classic rubber sole provides grip while a leather padded footbed and breathable lining support sock-less wear. Free of any laces or adornments, they offer a more streamlined look that can easily be paired with both jeans and shorts. Available in black, coffee, and dark brown leather as well as sand and blue suede.
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Nyjah Huston is the top pro skateboarder in the world. No question about it. Nyjah loves what he does, and bleeds for it — literally. He and Nike have come together for the Nyjah, his first signature skate shoe, available everywhere March 1st.
Kurzgesagt returns for another vibrant science lesson. In their latest animation, the soothing voice from above takes a stab at explaining String Theory — the idea that tiny strands of energy vibrating in 10 dimensions create every particle in the universe.