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Nike Adds Oversized Swoosh Logos To The Classic White Air Force 1

The all-white Nike Air Force 1 Low is more than just a shoe: it’s a veritable cultural icon. One of the Swoosh Brand’s best-selling, most recognizable, and most influential silhouettes, it’s garnered thunderous acclaim from a smorgasbord of subcultures. Although it’s been said that you don’t want to mess with a classic, a new premium leather take on the all-whites has surfaced — and it features a compelling embellishment: oversized Swoosh logos. Due to the mono…

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The Air Jordan 1 High Cargo Borrows Inspiration From Classic Militaria

Following a trend of modified make-ups, the Air Jordan 1 takes on fashionable utilitarianism for a re-conceptualized piece of militaristic influence. Dubbed the “High Cargo,” both schemes — a neutral white alongside a much darker stealth theme — reveal a motif unlike any prior as the entire profile comes ornamented by a cargo webbing, breaking up the underlay with an overarching gridded pattern. Ankles come stripped of padding for a kit with a more slim-leaning silhoue…

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The adidas Top Ten Hi Returns In More Classic Colorways

A onetime basketball shoe turned classic lifestyle favorite, the adidas Top Ten Hi has returned to market in 2019, and it’s set to keep things rolling with two new colorways: a white/red and an all white. Each shoe stays true to its original construction, featuring an all-leather upper with a high collar that rests comfortably above the wearer’s ankle. The two-tone pair uses red accents on the midfoot stripes, collar, and tongue badge, while the white pair keeps things entirely fr…

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Nike’s Classic Air Huarache Calls Upon “Firewood Orange”

With the brand new Huarache E.D.G.E. garnering most of the current attention as far as this classic line is concerned, the silhouette’s original construction continues to be one of the Swoosh’s top sellers with frequency. Serving as one of the more comfortable and versatile sneakers on the planet, the next outfit for the time-tested Huarache is a clean combination of Firewood Orange, White, and Sail that hinges upon the brightest of those three shades to make up the majority of it…

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Nonnative Adds Zippers To The Classic Converse Pro Leather

nonnative‘s reconstructed approach to Converse collaborations arrives yet again, taking to the Pro Leather silhouette for the second time with its zippered motif. Adding a utility unfounded by the original tooling, the Japanese label has aligned the classic offering with an ethos that is wholly theirs. Two kits make up the entire capsule: a neutral grey as well as a much darker navy, with a smooth suede offering up contrast to the past iteration’s long grain texture. Yellowed mids…

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The adidas Copa 70Y TR Is Available In Two Classic Colors

No brand has deeper roots in the game of soccer — or football, if you’d prefer — than adidas. Ever since Adi Dassler created the first-ever soccer shoe with molded rubber “cleats” in the ’50s, the Three Stripes has boasted close ties with both the game’s roots and some of its most iconic players, from Beckham to Messi and more. Soccer style extends off the pitch as well though, and adidas has plenty to offer for the soccer-loving streets as well — their lat…

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Another Nike Air Max 95 OG With Classic Grey Gradients Is Dropping Soon

Aiming to pull on the nostalgic heartstrings of OG Swoosh heads the world over, Nike has released a bevy of original Air Max 95 creations as well as new-look colors that borrow the exact specs coined back in 1995. On the outside, this smokey new Air Max 95 boasts a gradient upper resemblant of the pairs that dropped just over two decades ago, but under the hood on its outsole, you can also find the same PSI detailing that has become a revered embellishment a part of this anatomy-inspired line…

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Classic Multi-Color Appears On The Nike Vapormax Flyknit 2

Multi-color patterns reached a peak only a few years ago, though while once releasing in utmost saturation, the loud arrangements became increasingly scarce — especially throughout all of 2018. Despite maximalist ideals reaching mainstream sensibilities, Nike began to rarely touch its once prominent motif. Coming closer to the advent of 2019, the Beaverton brand is pulling out all the stops, ushering in some of their most popular designs on their more modern silhouettes. Following this …

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