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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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Nike Is Bringing Back The Air Pippen 1 In Brand New Colorways

After the abundant success of 2017’s return of the Air More Uptempo, it makes perfect sense that Nike would want to revitalize another iconic retro hoops silhouette – the Air Pippen 1. Pippen’s wildly designed signature shoe enjoyed a brief resurgence in 2017 in the form of a collaboration with the famed KITH, which dressed the design up in two new color schemes. Billed as one of the boldest designs in Nike Basketball’s history, this silhouette sports a full-length Max…

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Travis Scott Teams up With Jordan Brand & Levi’s on an All-Denim Air Jordan 4

After a successful Nike AF100 campaign, Travis Scott is looking to move on from his recent Air Force 1 reinterpretation over to the Jordan Brand family. As seen here on La Flame himself, it appears as though the rapper’s Cactus Jack label has joined forces with Jumpman and Levi’s to rework the classic Air Jordan 4 silhouett…

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Jordan Brand Honors Russell Westbrook’s Record-Setting Triple Double Season

Russell Westbrook really did it. The man averaged a triple-double for an entire season and broke what many thought would be an unbreakable record: Oscar Robertson’s 41 triple-doubles in a single season. After Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City high and dry over the summer, Westbrook…

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adidas Was the Only Major Running Brand to Grow in January

According to market research firm The NPD Group, adidas footwear sales more than doubled in January, while competitors such as Nike only grew in the mid-single digits and Under Armour saw a 25 percent loss. But despite a 3 percent dip in running sales across the board, adidas was the only brand to see a January increase. Thanks to the coveted UltraBOOST, NMDs and Alp…

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