Category Archives: Sneakers

The Nike Air Max 270 Combines Cool Grey And Blue Fury

An argument can certainly be made that Nike’s Air Max 270 silhouette was one of the Swoosh brand’s most influential models in 2018, serving as the first ever lifestyle-engineered Air Max sneaker and also paving the way for creations the likes of the Air Force 270 and the upcoming Air Max 720. Rolling right along into 2019, the 270 has returned in another clean construction Beaverton can add to the already-long list of this street-ready mode’s colorways. Combining two colors …

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The Nike P-6000 CNPT Gets Gradient Uppers

One of Nike’s newest resurgent trends aims at reviving an early 2000s movement that popularized a running shoe aesthetic. The Swoosh’s P-6000 CNPT silhouette is headlining this new wave with three simple color schemes set to release this May, allowing the intriguing shape of the latest model to take center stage. While you have already seen a triple black and a clean white and red iteration, we are now hear to show you a gradient black and white variety that further emphasizes th…

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Nike Adds Light Blue Touches To A Black Air Force 1

When it comes to Swoosh brand classics, it is no secret that the Nike Air Force 1 is toward – i3f not at – the top of the list, coming done up in an endless array of color schemes both boisterous and simplistic. The newest variety you see pictured here fits into the latter category as this particular Air Force 1 Low combines a primarily black upper with hits of light blue on its heel, lateral heel, and tongue to break up an otherwise mundane aesthetic. Other deviations from a simp…

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COMME des Garcons x Air Jordan 1 Revealed At Paris Fashion Week

The ongoing punk vibes continued through Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des Garcons label as the HOMME Plus runway show revealed a rebellious and petulant style for Fall/Winter 2019. Spotted on the dark catwalk was this uniquely crafted Air Jordan 1 Retro High, completely restructured with a motorcycle boot aesthetic complete with silver studs, an exaggerated ankle strap, and an extended tongue height that fit the goth aesthetic purveyed by the collection. It’s not clear if these were just …

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The Nike Air Max 90 Essential Arrives In Black And White

Never a stranger to black and white color schemes, the Air Max 90 Essential has returned in this stately outfit that hinges on textured underlays. Composed of materials that resemble a quilted pattern, this Air Max 90 dropped alongside matching red and grey pairs, bringing avid NSW fanatics three simple options to add to their rotation. While the vast majority of this 90 comes composed in black, its tongue and heel Swoosh branding opts for contrasting white tones to liven its aesthetic up jus…

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The Converse Chuck 70 Gets A Furry Multi-Color Makeover

Although its typical high-top canvas and rubber construction is all classic, the Converse Chuck 70 is quite comfortable experimenting with loud colors, patterns, and materials as well. Thanks to collabs with everyone from Brain Dead to JW Anderson to Miley Cyrus, the Chuck 70 has received plenty of whimsical makeovers lately — and now it’s getting yet another one as it recently released in a furry multi-color makeup. The shoe’s upper is dressed entirely in a shaggy synthetic fur…

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Nike Unveils The Adapt BB, Virgil and Off-White Dress Up A Bapesta, And More

Once again, this week’s tops stories were dominated by some of the biggest names in collaborative footwear. For starters, we got an incredibly detailed look at the stash pocked-equipped, reverse Swoosh-flaunting Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 that is supposed to drop in April with the potential for a special Super Bowl drop. In the world of Virgil Abloh and Off-White, the globe-trotting designer debuted an Off-White Bapesta collaboration that featured some key details borrowed from his many …

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Vetements X Reebok Pay Homage to Premier Running With AW19

Creating what many consider to be a parody of fashion, Denma of Vetements has ushered in quite a few notable styles that changed the landscape of fashion as we know it. Even in his noble collaborations with the likes of Reebok, the designer has done away with the misconceptions and stigmas previously held, establishing the Vector toting label as a true tour de force within the nuanced subculture. Now, back to do the same with AW19, the unorthodox pairing is bringing about the return of Premie…

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Nike’s “Jelly Puff” Arrives On The Women’s Air Force 1

When it comes to their alternate branded embellishments, one of Nike’s favorite design quirks for their women’s shoes as of late has been a “Jelly Puff” Swoosh. The large three-dimensional branded hit is both versatile — it can be adorned with a multitude of different colors and styles — and eye-catching, standing out both literally and figuratively from whatever shoe it’s placed on. It’s already been seen on both the Air Max 1 and the Outbreak for the …

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Puma Created A Clyde Court Disrupt To Commemorate Upcoming London Games

In celebration of the NBA’s London Game between the Washington Wizards and the New York Knicks tonight, Puma is releasing a special colorway of their Clyde Court Disrupt basketball sneaker. Draped in red, black, and gold, this Clyde Court equips embroidered lion decals all throughout its woven upper to represent the three lions boldly printed on the Royal Arms of England banner. Furthering that nod comes a monarchial golden heel piece that mimics the color of those same predatory beasts…

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