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Now You Can Make Your Own Colorway Of The Nike Air Max 97

The Air Max 97 holds a special place among the ranks of the Swoosh Brand’s most esteemed silhouettes. It’s been at the forefront of Nike’s footwear offerings — first running, then lifestyle — for more than two decades, and is still one of the most popular silhouettes on the market today, easily standing the test of time with its streamlined design and instantly recognizable style. Now you can add your own personal twist to the Christian Tresser-designed masterpiece, as i…

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The Nike Air Huarache Edge TXT Appears In Another OG-Inspired Colorway

Nike’s Huarache Edge is a stripped-down, streamlined take on one of the Swoosh Brand’s most famous running silhouettes of all time: the Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Huarache. While some of the Edge’s details — namely the neoprene sockliner and circular tongue badge — harken back to the 1991 classic, the rest of the shoe is vastly different, featuring a new lacing system, abstract-shaped leather panels, and a large plastic heel piece. However, a true modified classic nev…

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The New Balance 997 Channels Another Classic Colorway

The New Balance 997 is a shoe with a long and rich history. Made with pride in both the US and the UK since its inception, the 997 was first a performance favorite — former President Bill Clinton even had a special “Mr. President” pair — and then became a lifestyle legend, beloved for its sleek-but-stately silhouette and masterful materials. Two decades-plus after its original release it’s still made in the US and UK with fine materials, and now it’s surfaced in a …

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The Nike Zoom LeBron 3 Returns In An OG Navy And Silver Colorway

In the midst of his sixteenth NBA season, LeBron James continues adapting his game, seemingly getting better and better each and every year. While the sensational small forward is more than just a wily veteran this day in age, his Hall of Fame career began all the way back in 2003, with the sneaker industry’s greatest superpower having his back every step of the way. In celebration of this iconic relationship the Swoosh brought back the revered Nike Air Zoom Generation, and now they are…

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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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The Nike Kobe AD Releases In A “Black Toe” Colorway

Color blocking and split motifs have been all the rage in the past year, entering into mainstream sneaker culture as a remnant of the trends found predominantly in the 90s. Updating that classic tooling to fit more modern tastes, the Beaverton brand is donning the Kobe AD with that same design ethos in a palette of black and white. Split directly down the middle from the heel towards the forefoot, the lateral side dons a stark white with a grey dotted swoosh while the medial side takes on a c…

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The adidas Yung-1 Is Coming Soon In A Retro Friendly Colorway

adidas’ Yung-1 silhouette has carved out a significant spot in adidas’ pantheon of 2018 footwear. Managing to fit with today’s current trends while broth drawing from and reminding consumers of the past, it has excited both a new wave and the old guard of sneakerheads. Furthering its connection to the days of old is a time-tested color scheme that combines dark green and blue on the Yung-1’s keys details with white and grey responsible for the majority of its upper. Wi…

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The Jordan Future Arrives In A Full Wheat Workboot Colorway

If you haven’t noticed already, wheat sneaker season is in full force. Along with pumpkin spice lattes and candy corn, wheat sneakers are an essential part of the Fall — and Nike’s done their part, dressing some of their very best silhouettes in the workboot-style colorway. The latest pair to join the wheat sneaker wingding? The Jordan Future. The standard knit upper is replaced with a one-piece shaggy nubuck iteration that’s dressed entirely in wheat, while accents arrive…

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