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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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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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The Nike Air Terra Humara Arrives In Thunder Blue And Maroon

As one of the most beloved silhouettes in the Nike ACG stable, it’s understandable that the Air Terra Humara would play a role in the outdoors sub-brand’s revival this year. Among other kicks like the Dog Mountain and Ruckle Ridge, the Terra Humara helped re-introduce trail-shoe vibes to a new generation of consumers, and now it’s set to release in a combo of maroon and “Thunder Blue.” The former color is used on the upper’s mesh base, while the latter appe…

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The adidas Marathon Tech Arrives On New Year’s Day In New Colorways

After the pomp and circumstance surrounding New Year’s Eve is over and the calendar officially turns, it’s back to business on January 1st. adidas is wasting absolutely no time bringing new products to market in 2019 either, as they’re dropping a two-pack of ladies-only Marathon Techs on New Year’s Day. Originally introduced as part of the Never Made pack, the Marathon Tech takes a Marathon TR upper from 1979 and seats it on top of a comfy new-age Boost midsole for a l…

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The Nike Vapormax 2019 Arrives Soon In A Ghost Black

One half of the ubiquitous Virgil Abloh’s original Off-White x Nike “The Ten” collection was the “GHOSTING” series that included the Air Max 97, React Hyperdunk, Air Force 1, Zoom Vaporfly, and Chuck Taylor All-Star. All of these co-branded creations boasted certain semi-translucent embellishments and unique TPE uppers that deviated from the usual Swoosh Brand textiles. Now, the Beaverton Brand is set to add a similar aesthetic to the TPE-equipped Vapormax 2019 i…

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The Nike Blazer City Low XS Arrives With Mini Swooshes

In what is a sign for what’s to come, the Beaverton brand has revamped the Blazer City Low XS, forgoing its overstated tooling for something much more minimal. With the base being transformed from the original silhouette — adding in a bit of intricacy to the forefoot with a set of layered paneling — the entire profile is updated to fit the more aggressive designs found commonly today. Though equally recognizable to the undiscerning eye, the current addition shies away from the overbrand…

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The Nike Air Max 1 Arrives In A Crisp Grey And White

Sometimes there’s nothing better than a classic sneaker with a clean and simple colorway. In the case of this recently-revealed white/grey Nike Air Max 1, that’s certainly the case. Tinker Hatfield’s legendary 1987 creation combined with a quintessential color combo makes for an unmistakably retro shoe than any Air Max lover can certainly appreciate. The upper calls upon a white mesh base, while two different shades of grey provide contrast on the overlays: light grey leathe…

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The Nike Air Max Plus 97 Arrives In Cool Grey

Throughout the sneaker industry, there are a number of simple colorways that tend to be revered more than others. Amongst those ranks is the likes of Triple Black, Triple White, and Cool Grey. The latter has been responsible for many timeless classics, dressing up illustrious silhouettes the likes of the Air Jordan 11 and the Air Max 1. Now, the clean Grey hue is set to work in conjunction with Pure Platinum on the hybridized Air Max Plus 97 model, a sneaker that fuses the chunky sole unit of…

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Oversized Jewel Swooshes Arrives On The Nike Air Force 1

Jewel Swooshes are one of the more revered embellishments throughout all of Nike’s illustrious lore. The shimmering hit of Beaverton branding manages to take a simplistic Air Force 1 or Air Max 1 creation and bring a slightly luxurious edge into the fold. Now, Nike Sportswear’s designers are taking things to a whole new level by way of an oversized jewel check on this Obsidian-colored AF1 Low. For an even more eye-catching effect, that Swoosh ushers in a gradient pattern that comb…

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The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Pure White” Arrives With Heel Logos

Over the years, the Jordan Brand has done a masterful job of creating numerous logos that are both instantly recognizable and always associated with the company. Of course there is the Jumpman and the Balls and Wings logo, but there are also other emblems the likes of its signature “Jordan” block text, and the interwoven Air Joran hit that takes shape on the heels of this new Air Jordan 1 Mid. Dressed in a snowy combination of Pure White and icy blue, this AJ 1 creation ushers in …

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