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Prada’s Cloudbust Sneaker Gets Dipped in Bright Green

Prada’s Cloudbust model arrives this season in an attention-grabbing, neon colorway. Its previous “Black/Orange” iteration is followed up by a combination of bright green and black along its knitted upper. The elevated sportswear sneaker sits atop a bubbly rubber outsole and shares a velcro strap across its midfoot…

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Kristaps Porzingis Gets His Own adidas Pro Bounce PE Release

Being a Knicks fan during the 2018-19 NBA season is not going to be easy. With “The Unicorn” Kristaps Porzingis likely out for the entire season, fans showing up to the Garden will be tuning in to watch the likes of rookie Kevin Knox and the grossly overpaid guard, Tim Hardaway Jr. While the seven foot tall stretch four may be down for the count, adidas knows that KP is as marketable a star as they have on their roster and will be releasing a PE version of the brand new Pro Bounc…

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The New Balance X90 Gets Ready For Fall With A “Cyclone/Marblehead” Colorway

With the advent of “dad shoes,” New Balance has started to catch speed with its established line of chunky silhouettes like the 1500, 998, and 991 models. Continuing its well-crafted approach to design, the Boston-based brand has since introduced the retro 1990s-inspired X-90. The new silhouette, which borrows design cues from its various ancestors, maintains a vintage feel in its minimalist upper and REVlite midsole. while a classic grey suede makes a return on the latest edition’s…

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Paris Gets Its Own Nike Epic React Release

With Nike’s legacy in performance running, it has always strived to implement the most innovative technology within its runner silhouettes. The Epic React, since its launch last February, has become an influential piece whose proprietary foam technology has given way to the creation of the famed React Element 87 and upcoming mid-cut runner. Following closely behind its colorful “Belgium” sibling, the wildly successful silhouette is now receiving a Paris-themed colorway that features a c…

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Nike Gets Swoosh Happy With This Unique Take On The Cortez

First introduced to the market all the way back in 1972, the Nike Cortez has gone on to become one of the most recognizable footwear silhouettes in the world. The low-profile look, affordable price point, and ridged outsole are still popular today, and now the Cortez has been released with a plethora of extra Swoosh embellishments. The shoe is constructed of a standard black leather with white branding and detailing, but the detailing is not simple by any means. Apart from the large midfoot S…

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The Nike SB Dunk High Gets Completely Deconstructed

Virgil Abloh’s Off-White x Nike collection has popularized a deconstructed aesthetic around the entire sneaker industry. While – understandably – Abloh’s tantalizing creations are held at a higher echelon than the rest, we have seen deconstructed vibes adorn plenty of other new models the likes of the SB Dunk Low, the Vans SK8-Hi, and now the SB Dunk High. Done up in a clean fall-ready combination of Black, Velvet Brown, and Peat Moss with exposed tongue foam in the ex…

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