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First look At The Nike LeBron 15 Low

While the actual All-Star Game is the main stage for what shoes Nike’s top athletes wear, All-Star practice is a great time for those same stars to reveal other new footwear. LeBron James took advantage of that idea, officially showing the world the LeBron 15 Low for the first time. Sporting the same Flyknit upper and Swoosh placement, this color combination of navy blue and deep red should have Cavaliers fans excited for a potential release. Low versions of LeBron’s signature ser…

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BAPE Opens its First Los Angeles Flagship Store

BAPE’s expansion tale continues. The international street label’s latest addition is a 2,500 square foot store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The flapship marks BAPE’s first territory on the west coast. The interior is designed with a formation of a triangular “X Barrisol” architectural ceiling. The shop spans two floors complete with granite marble wall…

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An Exclusive First Look at the Pyer Moss x Reebok DMX Fusion 1 Experiment

As Pyer Moss gears up to showcase its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, the New York-based label offers us an exclusive look at its upcoming collaboration with Reebok. The DMX Fusion 1 Experiment arrives just in time to ride the chunky sneaker wave, but offers unique detailing that separates the shoe from the rest of the pack.



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LA Brand Adaptation Celebrates First Anniversary With Vans Collaboration

Los Angeles-based streetwear label Adaptation is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a Vans collaboration on the iconic Slip-On and Authentic silhouettes. While its Slip-On project features a boisterous look with haphazardly placed markings all over the white canvas, the Authentic creation keeps things much simpler – paying homage to its original 1977 colorway. In fact, the Slip-On is a three-entity collaboration, as the markings were done by graffiti artist , SABER – a past…

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First Reactions To The Nike Epic React

Nike React was originally introduced in the Summer of 2017 with the Hyperdunk 2017 and Jordan Super.Fly 2017, but the foam was fully encased by a rubber outsole and a plate. The Nike Epic React running shoe fully exposes the proprietary material to the ground, giving runners and casual wearers an uninhibited React experience. We received a pair today and tested them out. Here are our first reactions to next chapter in Nike&#8217…

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First Look At The Nike Air Max 270 In Midnight Navy

The next of our exclusive Nike Air Max 270 previews continues as we provide a first look at a “Midnight Navy” colorway of the brand’s latest Air Max innovation. Much like the color-blocking of the previous three colorways we revealed, this upcoming drop features the primary color on the engineered mesh upper whereas the new heel Air Max unit and inner bootie are arranged in a tonal composition. Created by a Nike’s Air Max design team led by Dylan Raasch, this lifestyle…

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First Look At The Nike Air Max 270 In Light Bone And Hot Punch

The Nike Air Max 270 previews continue as we get a first look at an upcoming Light Bone/Hot Punch pairing that is set for a release on February 1st. Featuring the tallest Air Max heel unit in the history of the brand, the Air Max 270 features heavy inspiration from early 90s icons in the Air 180, which featured a cushion unit that was exposed to the ground, and the Air Max 93, Nike’s first half-length Air Max bag. This new colorway boasts a Hot Punch heel to further accentuate the innov…

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First Look At The Levi’s x Air Jordan 4

Almost 10 years ago, Jordan Brand teamed up with Levi’s for an amazing package that included a high-quality denim construction of the Air Jordan 1 Mid and a pair of jeans in Michael Jordan’s personal size and style. Next year, the two American brands are teaming up for another collaboration on the Air Jordan 4, and it’s Houston-based rapper Travis Scott that’s providing the world with a first look at the denim-based Retros. Along with the blue denim is a tan tongue lab…

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First Look At The Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez

The Nike Cortez revival in 2017 is coming to a close, but not without a bang. Kendrick Lamar’s collaboration with Nike has surfaced, featuring a red, white, and black colorway, “Don’t Trip” applied to a ribbon that runs down the tongue, and Chinese lettering embroidered onto the forefoot of the shoes (possibly a riff off his “Kung Fu Kenny” alter ego). It’s not yet clear when a release will go down, although earlier previews have suggested a drop occu…

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