Methodical Management

Staff member
Dec 8, 1999
As some of you may have noticed, NikeTalk has added a trio of new forums: Nike Retro, Sneaker Reviews, and Music.

As NikeTalk continues to grow, it's becoming obvious that our existing forum structure simply couldn't handle the volume of posts generated by our growing membership base.

While at first you may feel that these new forums complicate the board, in time we hope you'll find that they actually make it easier to discuss your interests on NikeTalk.

By adding Nike Retro and Music, we're dividing two of the largest and most overcrowded forums: Nike and General, so that these forums are easier to read through - and easier to find exactly what you're looking for.

Now you can discuss the topics you're most interested in with greater depth than ever before.

If you're interested in the latest on upcoming Nike shoes and new releases, now you can check the Nike forum without having to scan through page after page of posts on old school shoes like Air Force 1s and the Air Trainer SC.

If, on the other hand, you're in to Old School sneakers, now you'll be able to find more posts on classic sneakers than ever before.

Finally, we've added a new Sneaker Reviews forum to enhance your ability to choose the right shoe for you, and to express your opinions on all the latest kicks.

One size definitely does NOT fit all when it comes to sneakers, so now you can finally get advice on sneakers from people of varying foot sizes and body types. It never hurts to get a second opinion - or a tenth.

Our Sneaker Reviews forum takes advantage of our ever-growing list of members by giving you access to reviews written by people with a wide range of builds, foot sizes, and playing styles. If you're looking for the best shoe to wear next season, why not get advice from someone who plays your position?

To accompany these new forums, we've also added three new moderators: Dirtylicious, Air Rev, and Jrose. Dirtylicious will man the General forum, veteran moderator Bastitch will slide over to music, JRose will cover Jordan Brand, and AirRev will take the reigns on the new Nike Retro forum.

We hope that these changes will enhance your enjoyment of the NikeTalk community.

Once you adjust to the new layout, we think you'll find NT is actually easier to navigate than ever before.

If not?

That's just the way it is.

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