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All-Over Branding Comes To The Nike Air Max 270

Since its introduction back in March for Air Max Day, Nike’s influential Air Max 270 silhouette has been dressed in just about every popular Swoosh Brand aesthetic we’ve seen this year. There was the head-turning “Just Do It” pack, there has been both a Triple Black and a Triple White variety, and now the 270 is ready to join the overbranded movement. Done up primarily in an angelic white, this creation’s focal point comes by way of debossed “AIR270” …

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Suede Comes To The Mudguard Of This Nike Air Max 1

In an effort to spice up the time-tested Air Max 1 silhouette, the Swoosh is adding a premium suede touch to this colorfully-created selection. Calling upon autumnal hues the likes of Golden Moss, Blue Force, and Sail, this iteration’s mudguard opts for a crisp black for contrast, anchoring this finely-crafted Tinker Hatfield classic. For an extra classic touch, gum makes its presence felt on the outsole of this design, while that aforementioned blue shade adorns the AM1’s conceal…

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The Balenciaga Triple-S Trainer Now Comes in Lime Green and Black

Balenciaga’s bulky Triple-S kicks has returned with another colorway option. Similar to its grey, black and volt iteration from early August, the sneaker dials it back to the original design with larger branding found on each lateral side. The multi-layered details are present once again thanks to the leather and tex…


A Grayscale Safari Print Comes To The Air Max 95

The Air Max 95‘s anatomy-inspired upper has always lent itself well to boldly patterned designs and alternate concepts. The multiple side panels offer the Swoosh Brand’s colorists a plethora of design options — from gradents to unique prints and more — and the latest interesting new take on the 95 features a grayscale safari print. Calling upon a combo of grey suede and mesh as the base, the shoe’s four side panels each offer a different look: a grey/black and a black/gr…

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A Classic AF1 Colorway Comes To The Nike Air Force 1 Jester

Of all the re-worked Air Force 1s and Air Jordan 1s created for Nike’s extensive ladies-only “The 1 Reimagined” collection, the Air Force 1 Jester has become arguably the most popular silhouette of the bunch. The shoe adds unique new touches with the dropped swoosh and off-center branding, but doesn’t compromise the original chunky aesthetic that the AF1 has been loved the world around for since it first released in 1984.

Now, the Jester is drawing even further…

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Lance Mountain’s Nike Blazer “English Rose” Pack Comes In Two Other Styles

Lance Mountain‘s Nike Blazer Mid embellished with his English rose dropped (and quickly sold out) this week, and he’s not done with the silhouette yet. Two more Mountain-designed Nike SB Blazers featuring the same rose graphic are now available, a low-top variant and a chukka.

The low-top variant features a light blue/grey canvas upper with a tonal grey suede swoosh. The chukka opts for a darker look, featuring a ashy grey suede upper with a perforated swoosh for a tonal ae…

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A Tonal Burgundy Comes To The SF-AF1 Mid

Summer is in full swing. Temperatures are approaching the triple digits in some parts of the country, and light-colored sneakers perfect for warmer months are rolling out en masse. However, Nike isn’t forgetting about footwork for the cooler months ahead as the SF-AF1 Mid has surfaced in a clean tonal burgundy colorway. The militarized Air Force 1 features an all-burgundy upper, with suede arriving on the toebox and midfoot while the heel and collar are constructed of a durable canvas a…

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Vintage Porcelain Comes To The Converse Chuck 70 Low

The Converse Chuck 70 Low has always been an ideal summer sneaker due to its lightweight canvas upper and sporty retro styling. Now that it’s July, summer is in full swing, and Converse is ready for the warm days ahead with a “Porcelain Peony” two-pack of shoes featuring unique graphic hits. Arriving in a black/white and a blue/white, both shoes nod to the embellishments on antique porcelain kitchenware with their bright white base color and an interesting vintage floral pat…

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A Tan And Silver Pairing Comes To This Air Max 95 For Women

After the recent unveiling of head-turning silver and tan women’s-only takes on the Air Force 1 Low and Blazer Low, Nike’s propensity for using the unique color scheme on their classic silhouettes is continuing as we now have a first look at an Air Max 95 done up with the same clashing colors. The classic runner’s famous human anatomy-inspired side panels are split cleanly in two by the striking colorway, with the bottom two panels featuring a rich vachetta tan leather while…

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