In case you missed it, here’s a round-up of the best sneaker stories to drop this week. Click on the links to view the full story.

Took the Nike Flyknit Lunar 2 for a spin around Chicago. It was brick out, but we got these amazing photos.

Speaking of the Flyknit, new images of the Nike Free 5.0 are circulating, and they look a lot like the new Flyknit Lunar 2.

Modern Notoriety heads to an undisclosed location to photograph Chicago’s lost sneaker archives for a third installment of the series.

We teamed up with UK-based illustrator Commonlight to bring you this 20 year flashback of NBA All-Star Game sneakers, featuring images of what the East-West starters wore.

For this Week in the Feet installment, we asked St. Alfred photographer/buyer David Robinson to show us that kicks he currently has in rotation.

Missed out on the coveted Brian Anderson SBs? These new joints from 510 Skateshop’s latest collab with Nike SB might be your second chance.

Fans of running shoes and all black everything will love this new collection from New Balance, called the Blue Tab Collection.

Designers just love playing around with the Stan Smith. Here’s the latest product from adidas and Neighborhood.

Images of Kobe, Lebron, and KD’s NOLA-inspired ASG sneakers have been out for a while now, but Team Jordan gets some shine with the Crescent City Collection. New Orleans-inspired as well.

We gathered 41 of the best vintage Nike ads conceptualized by Weiden + Kennedy in the 80’s and 90’s. The original sneaker hypemasters.

Vans churns out another rendition of the Sk8-Hi Reissue Zip LX, this time in buttery leather goodness.

Take a look at this premium spin on the beloved Roshe Run–the “Split” Pack and “Moypup,”  a limited release featuring an Aztec-inspired scribble print.

Get ready for the warmer weather with this new Gel Lyte III colorway from Asics and these upcoming drops from Converse and Jack Purcell.

New images of a liquid metal-inspired colorway featuring Nike’s Lunar Force 1. These are some dope looking space shoes.

Reebok keeps it old school with their latest ode to hip hop (via sneakers!).

And lastly… Yes, KD is behind a shoe dubbed “Liger.”