Category Archives: Sneakers

What’s So Special About These Unreleased Air Jordan 4 Samples From 2006?

2016 is going to be a huge year for the Air Jordan 4 Retro. With confirmed releases of the “White/Cement” with Nike Air, the “Alternate”, and several more, this 1989 design by Tinker Hatfield, which never fails to impress, will be a trending product for at least the first half of 2016. We&#82…

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The Extra Butter x adidas “Vanguard” Pack Continues With The Stan Smith

Extra Butter’s Vanguard Collection continues with the addition of the adidas Stan Smith to the lineup. Known for cinematic collaborations, co-owner Jay Cinematic posted this brief teaser to Instagram that shows the tennis classic with a unique black speckled lining while a tonal upper should get you…

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New Balance 530 “Solids” Collection Presents Three Super Clean Colorways

Still a pretty fresh addition to the New Balance retro runner line, the 530 shines with this latest three-colorway collection featuring clean and simple suede builds. The coinciding colorways all feature a solid-hued perforated and solid suede along with leather paneling in navy blue, grey, or red, each a…

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The Stefan Janoski Max Loses Its Mesh and Suits Up in Camo and Suede For Fall

One of Nike’s most popular skateboarding models is the Stefan Janoski Max, and it looks to end the year strong with an impressive set of colorways. You may be timid to wear this pair while skating just because it looks that clean, thanks to a full suede upper. That green suede is accompanied with a camouf…

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The adidas Skateboarding Busenitz Pro Suits Up For Winter in Gore-Tex

One of the more underrated aspects of adidas is their long-standing skateboarding line. Thanks to the latest release of the Busenitz model, that shouldn’t be the case for much longer. The low-top silhouette first appeared in 2011, and shares a clear inspiration from adidas’ indoor soccer shoes like the fa…

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