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Shoe Palace Continues 25th Anniversary Celebration With Nike Air Huarache Zip Collaboration

Shoe Palace continues its 25th Anniversary celebration with yet another limited edition collaboration. As part of their year-long line-up of partnerships with footwear brands, Shoe Palace unveils their latest project with Nike Sportswear and the Air Huarache Run Zip QS. Adorned in a metallic silver colorway with the shop’s signature red hue, this modified classic features a hangtag detailed by the store’s ’93 origin while featuring individual numbering up to 500 pairs. For a final comme…

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La MJC & Mizuno Honor Club 75 Anniversary with Limited Wave Rider 1

Michael Dupouy’s La MJC agency joined forces with Mizuno on a special Wave Rider 1 silhouette to commemorate the third anniversary of Dupouy’s co-owned Club 75 boutique. The sneaker’s colorway was inspired by the red and green hues of artist David Hammons’ African American flag artwork. As far as construction details a…

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Bobbito Garcia Gets His Own Puma Suede Collaboration For 50th Anniversary

Puma’s 50th anniversary of the iconic Suede silhouette rolls on with another collaborative effort from sneaker industry veteran Bobbito Garcia. Having worked with the brand on a mid-top Suede and an OG Clyde back in 2016, Garcia’s “Where’d You Get Those” sneaker book title comes featured on this new offering once again. Having been stamped on the outside of the Suede Mid two years ago, Garcia opted to place it on the instep toward the heel this time around. Garci…

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Mizuno Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of The Wave Rider 1 With OG Re-issue

After announcing the launch of its lifestyle-focused category earlier this year in January, Mizuno is set to release the next offering of the Wave Rider 1 re-issue in the original white/red/black colorway from 1998. The Japanese footwear brand debuted this sneaker twenty years ago, making use of the brand’s new Cloud Wave technology as it focused on keeping feet away from flat surfaces and onto a platform that better served the act of running. The Wave Rider 1 retro, of course, initiall…

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LA Brand Adaptation Celebrates First Anniversary With Vans Collaboration

Los Angeles-based streetwear label Adaptation is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a Vans collaboration on the iconic Slip-On and Authentic silhouettes. While its Slip-On project features a boisterous look with haphazardly placed markings all over the white canvas, the Authentic creation keeps things much simpler – paying homage to its original 1977 colorway. In fact, the Slip-On is a three-entity collaboration, as the markings were done by graffiti artist , SABER – a past…

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Land Rover Launches a 70th Anniversary V8-Powered Defender

Despite ending the productions of its Defender series, Land Rover recently revealed a 70th anniversary old school excursion model.

Limited to 150 units, the 70th anniversary Defender includes a 5.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol V8 engine making it the most powerful and fastest model of the now discontinued series. Clocking a…

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adidas Is Bringing Back The First-Ever BOOST Sneaker For 5th Anniversary Celebration

Five years ago, adidas unveiled BOOST cushioning at a global summit in New York City. Based on the sheer size of the event, it was clear that the German sportswear brand, who at the time was still struggling mightily to make its mark in the American footwear industry, was all-in on their new creation. You might even remember those somewhat gimmicky ads in which a side-by-side comparison of a metal ball bouncing off BOOST as well as traditional EVA foam was used to display the “return&#8…

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adidas To Celebrate 5th Anniversary of BOOST With Limited Edition Ultra Boost

A potential major storyline of 2018 could be adidas’ celebration of the 5th Anniversary of BOOST. Debuting in early 2013, the brand’s pebble-foam cushion unit exploded onto the market in 2015 thanks to the popularity of the Ultra Boost as well as the Yeezy footwear line. The first-ever Boost sneaker was actually the Energy Boost, a shoe that was unveiled in a black/white colorway with hints of yellow. It appears that adidas is paying homage to that colorway with this special editi…

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