The Jordan 6 Rings Appears In A Crisp Black And Ice

The Jordan 6 Rings is a tangible homage to championship greatness, combining the seven shoes that Michael Jordan captured his half-dozen NBA Championships in — the Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 7, Air Jordan 8, Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 12, Air Jordan 13, and Air Jordan 14 — into one detail-packed silhouette. Although the design inspiration is pulled from a veritable multitude of classic sneakers, the 6 Rings usually calls upon a single shoe for colorway inspiration: the Air Jordan 11, as it&#…

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Nike’s Terra Humara Grabs Grey And Teal Hues

In a resurgent year for Nike’s ACG brand, one of its highlights has undoubtedly been the Air Terra Humara. Ripe with design language featured heavily throughout many of the All Conditions Gear models, the Humara comes with a slightly sleeker construction and vast amount of layering that lends to incredible color blocking capabilities. Tapping into grey and teal hues next, the Terra Humara delivers a combination of mesh and leather with an eye-catching ACG patch on its tongue. In a marke…

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First Look At The Nike Air Max 720 “Sunset”

Since it was first made visible on the Air Max 1 back in 1987, Nike’s Air Max technology has defined, shifted, and advanced athletic footwear — from both a performance standpoint and a lifestyle standpoint. Its continued evolution on models like the Vapormax is nothing short of amazing, and now the next generation of Air — the Air Max 720 — is set to begin rolling out soon, as official images of a “Sunset” colorway have surfaced. The shoe’s eye-catching cushionin…

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The Nike Air Max 1 Gets Oversized Jewel Swoosh Logos And Tongue Labels

Jewel swooshes used to be heavily prominent throughout Nike’s many offerings, seeing quite a few uses on silhouettes like the Soulland x Dunk Hi and Air Force 1, though none are as memorable as the Air Max 1 variations. Calling back to a time that may be long forgotten by newcomer sneakerheads, the usually minuscule execution is found scaled up on an upcoming trio of AM1s, repurposing the iconic logo in what is a continuation of Beaverton’s play on branding. Each of the three colo…

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This Vans 36 OG Pack Of Neons And Removable Logos Is Dropping In The New Year

One of Vans’ most seldom-utilized skate-ready silhouettes is the Style 36. Bearing a striking resemblance to that of the culture-shifting Old Skool – the 36’s unofficial sequel – it has a slightly smaller toebox and height, and is ready to be rolled out in three striking color schemes for the New Year. Dressed in vibrant and head-turning colorways, these three 36 OGs sport removable logos to allow the wearer some control over how he or she wants their sneaker to look. …

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