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Reebok Brings Back The 3D Opus Runner

After reintroducing their classic DMX Daytona running shoe recently, Reebok is dipping into their extensive archives once again, this time to re-introduce the 3D Opus. A unique basketball-inspired running silhouette originally released in 1998, the Opus has been given a modern day update via a 3D Ultralight sole which offers a lighter feel and more comfortable ride without sacrificing any of the shoe’s retro styling. Arriving in both a gold/black/grey and a green/black/grey, the shoes f…

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The Nike Janoski Is Back With Another Floral Print

One of Nike SB’s most replicated, and admired combinations is the addition of floral prints onto Stefan Janoski’s signature shoe line. It has adorned numerous models from the Janoski Slip-On to his keynote silhouette, and now it is back on the Janoski Max. Equipped with a premium Air Max cushion system, this particular silhouette is the most advanced rendition of this Swoosh Brand rider’s signature line. Black adorned the majority of this offering’s mesh upper, while a…

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Dan Marino’s Nike Speed Turf Max “Dolphins” Is Back

Just yesterday, we brought you a first look at a recently released Nike Speed Turf Max dressed in a new Night Purple color scheme. While new colors are always a welcome addition to the Swoosh Brand’s arsenal, it is the return of fan-favorite originals that will always garner the most excitement. In 1995 Dan Marino helped roll out a “Miami Dolphins” colorway of the iconic football trainer that utilized the two chief hues of Miami’s football franchise in conjunction with…

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adidas Brings It Back To Basics With The NMD R1 In Tonal Colorways

When it comes to a widely acclaimed silhouette like the adidas NMD R1, sometimes simple colorways are the best colorways. The Three Stripes understands this, and they’ve adorned their foremost lifestyle silhouette with two simple colorways: a refined olive and a stately black. Both shoes offer a straightforward upper with tonal three stripe detailing on the midfoot/adidas branding on the heel and tongue. Both shoes also feature tonal blocks and a full-length white Boost midsole. The mos…

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Drake Climbs Past Childish Gambino to Take Back No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 Spot

Though Drake currently finds himself in a lot of controversy for the recent Pusha T-uncovered blackface photo of him, the Canadian rapper still managed to take back the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 spot from Childish Gambino. Childish Gambino’s recent surprise single “This Is America” managed to take the No. 1 spot earlier this mo…


The Jordan Pro Strong From 1998 Is Back

After re-releasing for the first time since 2010 this February, the Jordan Pro Strong, a silhouette inspired by the Jordan 13 and widely heralded as one of the best Jordan team shoes of all time has returned in an OG white/green from 1998.

Originally made for the league’s big men who needed a rugged sneaker that could withstand the rigors of battling in the paint night in and night out,  this classic colorway features a white leather panel on the upper, with contrasting black st…

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UPDATE: Air Jordan 5 “Bred” Release Date Pushed Back to November

Update: According to Sneaker Bar Detroit, via the original source pinoe77, this still-unveiled Air Jordan 5 “Bred” will now release later this year on November 26. Although images have alluded us, the Instagram account is also claiming it’ll sport a black satin upper, akin to the “Satin Shattered Backboard,” set t…


New Balance Brings Back Original $100 Price For 990v4 “1982” In Fifteen Cities

In 1982, New Balance broke ground in the world of running performance with the debut of the 990, the first-ever running shoe priced at $ 100. The shoe lived up to the the price-tag as it made use of pig suede, 3M reflective transfer film, and the brand’s molded Motion Control Device. Since then, the 990 series has continued to set standards in the world of running while being adopted by an eclectic mix of cultural circles for casual wear, and this weekend, New Balance is honoring the ori…

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Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low Throws It Back In “Thunder Blue”

Nike SB’s Zoom Blazer Low is a classic model that’s been around since the ’70s. The retro runner has been favored by basketball players and skaters alike for its clean design and sturdiness, and this time, it returns in a “Thunder Blue” makeup that plays up its old-school look.

This Zoom Blazer Low features a deep blue suede …