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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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adidas Brings A Chunky Shoe Look To The Alphabounce Instinct

The adidas Alphabounce offers cushioning that’s springy, responsive, and long lasting for a lower price point than other shoes like the Ultra Boost-precisely why it’s become a cult favorite since its release in 2016. Now Bounce is moving into the future with a head-turning new women’s silhouette: the Alphabounce Instinct, a shoe that features a unique wave-textured upper and an on-trend thick midsole. Set to arrive in three colorways—a light linen, a soft orange and a tona…

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Steven Harrington Brings Psychedelic Pop Art to Limited Skateroom Decks

Following an announcement this early June, Steven Harrington and the Skateroom have officially unveiled photos of their limited edition skateboard decks. The collaborative offering sees the Los Angeles-based artist’s psychedelic pop graphics and illustrations embellished on a triptych entitled Rosé as w…

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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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Nike Brings Colorful New Prints to the Huarache & Vandal

Nike’s Air Huarache and Vandal models have returned boasting intriguing color mashups. Each model is dominated in “Sail” with the accenting colors including an abstract mix of green, blue, yellow, brown and purple. On the Huarache the pattern is placed in the neoprene underlay with the Vandal welcoming the same motif added to the lat…

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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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NIKEiD Brings Back The Air Max 180

Earlier this morning, it was announced that the Nike Air Max 93 was returning to NIKEiD for the first time since 2006, allowing customers total control over his or her look. Now, joining its resurgent companion is the Air Max 180, making an appearance on the Swoosh Brand’s customization platform for the first time since 2011. Not only will Air Max fans be able to change the colorway of their selection, but they will be able to alter the material as well – adding a luxe aesthetic i…

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New Balance Brings Back Concepts’ Rosé On The 574

New Balance is digging deep into its collaborative archive to bring back four of its best collaborations with distinguished entities across the industry. Getting things started, is this attractive 574 Rosé selection designed in conjunction with Boston-based Concepts that utilizes an appropriate pink color scheme with a grey insole and tongue unit. It features a nearly identical construction to the 2014 original, as its comes with crocodile embossed detailing on the aforementioned tongue unit…

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CIVILIZED Brings Monochrome Minimalism to Techwear for Fall/Winter 2018

Back in December of last year, Japanese brand CIVILIZED delivered an impressive, monochrome range of minimalist activewear for its Spring/Summer 2018 lineup. Focused on experiment, forward-thinking tailoring and an exceptional attention to detail, CIVILIZED founder, creative architect and lead designer Satoshi Okugawa emphasized “design over trends” …

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