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Vans Drops The Era In “Multi-Neon Camo”

Camouflage on sneakers usually features dark colors and standard arrangements — take a timeless woodland camo or a new age digital camo, for example. It’s rare to see a bright and bold take on the disruptive pattern, but Vans is flipping the script and providing just that with a brand new “Multi-Neon” take on the Vans Era. Featuring an abstract camo pattern made of pink, blue, orange, yellow, and green, the shoes provide a look that’s almost pop art-esque in its appe…

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UNDERCOVER, YEEZY & Off-White™ Face-Off in This Week’s Footwear Drops

Week after week, sneaker brands–known and unknown–release new models, colorways, collaborations and retros to continue the stirring of sneaker culture’s melting pot. The competition has risen over the years with the introduction of new technology and the use of celebrity influencers, thus presenting an even…

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adidas POD s3.1 Drops In Two New Colorways Next Week

adidas’ futuristic POD s3.1 silhouette is set to be rolled out in two clean and tonal colorways next week, that help bring the technical advancements of the touted sneaker to the forefront. Its sock-like construction is aided and reinforced by extra fabric that comes installed on the sneaker’s lace panel and heel tab to increase the wearer’s lockdown support. Both male and female appreciators of the Three Stripe’s POD System will have a colorway to choose from with thi…

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Nike Air Presto Premium Drops In Two New Colorways

Although Virgil Abloh‘s inside out Off-White Nike Presto has enjoyed a lion’s share of the headlines the past few weeks, a highly-desired collaboration isn’t all the classic shoe’s got going right now. The Presto Premium—a stately take on the speedy silhouette—has also arrived in two elevated colorways: a rich olive green and a bold burgundy. Both shoes feature the one-piece socklike upper that the Presto has become known for, but trade out the normal plastic midfo…

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Nike Drops An Air Max 97 In Bordeaux Corduroy

Sean Wotherspoon’s Nike Air Max 1/97 popularized corduroy in the Swoosh Brand’s Sportswear division, as the premium material has recently seen an uptick in its involvement on the brand’s staples. Next up, Nike will be adding corduroy to the Air Max 97 for women in a fall-friendly bordeaux colorway that was one of the Swoosh’s most popular aesthetics in 2017. To put its premium aesthetic over the top, the Beaverton Brand has also added nine golden studs onto its medial …

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