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Nike Air Max Plus Arrives In Wu-Tang Friendly Colors

The Nike Air Max Plus has a long history with hip-hop — ranging from British grime rappers to American wordsmiths — so it seems only right that it’s now releasing in a Wu-Tang Clan friendly color combo of white, yellow, and black. Unlike previous black and yellow Pluses, this pair opts to use the Wu’s primary colors as accents instead of the base, as a yellow mudguard and fading white-to-yellow plastic overlays sit on top of a stark white mesh last. Black details are present t…

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Fall Friendly Hues Come To The adidas Temper Run

Much of adidas’ efforts in 2018 have been focused on inciting nostalgia within their consumers, in an attempt to harken back to a forgone era that thrived on chunky running sneakers with bold color blocking. Those ideals culminate perfectly with the adidas Temper Run, a silhouette initially born in 1997 that hinges on a layered upper that lends to a vast array of colorway capabilities. This time around, things are kept a bit simpler, with Light Brown making up for the majority of its co…

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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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Air Jordan 1 Mids In More Chicago Friendly Colorways Are Coming Soon

Back in early December and mid-January, Jordan Brand introduced two new Air Jordan 1 Mid iterations that remastered the “Banned” and “Royal” color schemes. Now, it appears that the Jumpman will be using that same ideas with the heralded “Chicago” colorway on that same silhouette. A bit more red appears on this particular offering, as on the original Air Jordan 1 “Chicago”, that hue is only present on its overlay. A second set of black laces will…

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