The adidas ZX 10.000C Appears In “Supercolor”

The classic adidas ZX line is enjoying quite a revival as of late thanks to the ZX 10.000C. After first re-appearing via an Overkill-exclusive “I Can If I Want” collaborative edition, it’s now released in a loud “Supercolor” makeup. First teased at the “ZX: Roots Of Running” exhibition this past fall, the “Supercolor” ZX 10.000C features a mix of tones both earthy and airy for a look that’s retro and brand-new all at the same time. U…

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Nonnative Adds Zippers To The Classic Converse Pro Leather

nonnative‘s reconstructed approach to Converse collaborations arrives yet again, taking to the Pro Leather silhouette for the second time with its zippered motif. Adding a utility unfounded by the original tooling, the Japanese label has aligned the classic offering with an ethos that is wholly theirs. Two kits make up the entire capsule: a neutral grey as well as a much darker navy, with a smooth suede offering up contrast to the past iteration’s long grain texture. Yellowed mids…

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Chicago-Based Notre Reopens Its Renovated West Loop Storefront

After spending the last several months renovating its West Loop storefront, Chicago-based retailer Notre has finally reopened its prized location. Redesigned by architecture firm Norman Kelley, the new 4,500-square foot face offers a uniquely warm and inviting atmosphere, bringing welcomed residential cues to the retail …

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How To Buy The Social Status x Air Jordan 6

Of the robust slate of sneaker releases set for this All-Star week, Social Status’ collaboration with Jordan Brand might be the toughest acquisition due to its sheer limited nature. Designed in collaboration with shop founder James Whitner, this premium grade Air Jordan 6 Retro, inspired by MJ’s “Black Cat” alter ego, features a lux fur upper with snakeskin overlays for a uniquely elegant take on this iconic silhouette. They kept things OG with the icy outsole and the …

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Travis Scott Debuts His Air Jordan 1 Low At Grammy Awards

Travis Scott may have left the 2019 Grammy Awards without any hardware, but he certainly owned the night on the sneaker front. For his on-stage performance, in which the Houston rapper laid his rhymes inside a cage before climbing out and crowd surfing, he wore his upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low collaboration that features the same reverse Swoosh logo detail on the lateral side. Much like the OG High iteration, this version makes use of dark-neutral tones, but adds a punch with red laces. Not long…

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Nike Adds Racer Blue To The Air Force 270 Utility

Before their was the Air Max 720, there was its Air Max 270 predecessor, that introduced the world to the first ever lifestyle-engineered heel unit while creating the largest Air in the Swoosh’s iconic subsidiary. Since Air Max Day 2018, that 270 has gone on to influence a number of other silhouettes including the Air Max Bowfin 270 and the Air Force 270 Utility you see here. Serving as a hybrid of the aforementioned lifestyle marvel and the Air Force 180 basketball shoe from 1992, it i…

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