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Mizuno Brings Back Another OG Colorway Of The Wave Rider 1

Establishing themselves as a strong contender in the current lifestyle market, Mizuno has made some big waves through its OG colorways under their most recent RB Line. Delegating many of its resources to bringing back some of their most iconic silhouettes, the Japanese footwear label has lead the pack with the alluringly bulky Wave Rider 1 OG. Commemorating an astounding year since its introduction, the model is making a stunning return in a palette that calls back to the vibrant blue and yel…

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Nike Brings Back Chromed Jewel Swoosh Logos For These Holiday Air Force 1s

Chromed out Jewel Swooshes are inarguably one of the most revered embellishments added to Nike models the likes of the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 1. Set to return just in time for the change of seasons, these Faded Spruce and Team Red versions of the Air Force 1 Low give off some serious Christmas vibes. Clearly highlighted by metallic silver jewel-sized Swooshes, both offerings also opt for a remixed AIR logo that comes devoid of any flashy Beaverton branding. Semi-translucent, milky outsol…

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Jordan Brings Back The “Fear” In The 88 Racer

The Jordan 88 Racer, with its sleek ultralight upper, acts as one of the first runner silhouettes to grace the illustrious Jordan line-up. As a blend of the ever-popular Flyknit Racer and the Jordan 3, the hybrid model is an innovative set of tooling that combines style and function. Taking key elements of the AJ3’s past, the current arrival to the 88 brings a welcome return of the “Fear,” an overall dark palette of black, gray, and orange that released initially about five years ago. A…

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mita Brings Back Its “Trico” Color Scheme To Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of ASICS GEL-Kayano

Long-time Asics stockist mita has been called upon to help the brand celebrate the 25th anniversary of their iconic GEL-Kayano sneakers, and they’re doing it the best way they know how: with their classic “Trico” color scheme. The partners are set to release both a cutting-edge GEL-Kayano 25 and a retro GEL-Kayano trainer adorned in the signature combo of red, white, and blue — for a look that nods to the shoe’s past and present at the same time. Both shoes serve up …

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The Nike Vapormax Moc 2 Is Back In Black And Light Cream

After originally debuting as a collaborative silhouette with recently-departed Nike ACG lead designer and ACRONYM mastermind Errolson Hugh in March before going on to release in several bright in-line colorways, the Nike Vapormax Moc 2 is back again, this time in a elegant combination of black and light cream. Black Flyknit is utilized as the base, adorning the upper and heel cage, while cream accents arrive on the midfoot swoosh, heel tab, and—in an interesting new design twist— the dott…

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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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