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adidas Skateboarding Teams With Japanese Skate Brand Evisen For A New 3MC

Though it was born in sunny California streets and emptied-out pools, skateboarding has since grown into a sport that’s loved worldwide and has set down deep roots in locales as far off as Japan. And when it comes to Japanese skate brands, one of the names that first comes to mind is unquestionably Evisen — a company launched in 2011 by founder Katsumi Minami that boasts some of Japan’s most elite skaters as its team members. Now, Eveisen has linked up with the Trefoil Brand for…

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adidas Yeezy 2019 Release Preview, Kyrie Irving Makes A Tennis Sneaker, And More

Leading the way for this week’s slate of top stories were Kanye West and the adidas Yeezy brand’s bountiful plans for 2019 including a bevy of Yeezy 700 and 700 v2s, a special adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Clay” release, and more. Beyond that, the industry’s top brands the likes of Nike, adidas, and Vans continued unveiling their Chinese New Year “Year Of The Pig” selections with new colorways of the Nike Flightposite, the NMD, and the Vans Old Skool. On…

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adidas Yeezy Release Preview For 2019

It’s been nearly four years since the adidas Yeezy footwear line by Kanye West made its retail debut, and it continues to push forward as units continue to sell out either immediately on release date or eventually to those who took some time to mull a purchase. What this all means is that as although the “hype” around the shoes may not be as potent as it once was, the demand from the mainstream has firmly arrived, and at the end of the day, brands will continue to pump out p…

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Will adidas Need To Make Derrick Rose His First “All-Star” Shoe Since 2012?

The 2018-2019 NBA season has been a story of redemption for Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Derrick Rose. The beloved backcourt maven’s play has returned to a high level after he battled injuries like a blown-out knee — and even considered retirement — over the past half decade. And when it comes to sports there’s nothing fans eat up more than a redemptive tale, so Rose has also received the second-most All-Star votes among Western Conference guards — behind only the ultr…

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The adidas Continental 80 Is Back In White And Silver

Surrounded by countless chunky “dad” sneakers, adidas’ classic Continental 80 gives the average sneaker consumer a sleek option that sticks out from the rest of the current sneaker industry trends. Of course, in today’s market, the Continental 80 will always be compared to the slightly more popular adidas Yeezy Powerphase due to its affiliation with the enigmatic rapper, but it is actually the Continental line that laid the initial groundwork for Ye’s simplest mo…

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The adidas Copa 70Y TR Is Available In Two Classic Colors

No brand has deeper roots in the game of soccer — or football, if you’d prefer — than adidas. Ever since Adi Dassler created the first-ever soccer shoe with molded rubber “cleats” in the ’50s, the Three Stripes has boasted close ties with both the game’s roots and some of its most iconic players, from Beckham to Messi and more. Soccer style extends off the pitch as well though, and adidas has plenty to offer for the soccer-loving streets as well — their lat…

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BAPE, NEIGHBORHOOD, And adidas Are Dropping A NMD TS1 & POD s3.1 January 2nd

Japan’s BAPE and NEIGHBORHOOD are two of the most esteemed brands in the world of street culture today. The former is known for their clever graphics, patterns, and embellishments, the latter is recognized for their unique takes on classic pieces like motorcycle jackets and military gear. The two have worked together on co-branded collections before, but now they’re bringing a third partner into the fold for their latest drop — they’ve linked with the Three Stripes for spe…

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