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Rox Brown To Release An NYC Inspired Nike Air Force 1 High Jester

Celebrity stylist and powerful influencer Rox Brown may be one of Jordan Brand’s newest collaborative partners, but that’s not stopping her from hitting the footwear scene with a bang. After her rose-adorned Air Jordan 1 appeared last week, it’s now been revealed that she’s also dropping an Air Force 1 High Jester full of NYC pride on the same date. Brown’s special take on the already-altered Force features an all-black upper with silver contrast stitching around…

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This Nike Huarache E.D.G.E. TXT Is Inspired By The Hyperadapt 1.0

Since its inception in 1991, the Nike Huarache has become one of the Swoosh Brand’s most popular lifestyle silhouettes — loved the world over for its reasonable price point, classic style, and exemplary comfort. Although the OG silhouette has achieved timeless status, Nike’s design team has never been to rest on their laurels. They’ve tweaked and modified the Huarache several times in the last two decades-plus, and their newest effort is the Huarache E.D.G.E, a stripped-do…

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This Nike Air Max Penny 1 Is Inspired By The 1996 Olympics

The Air Max Penny 1 was first added to Nike’s arsenal as the signature shoe of rising star Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway during his killer run in the mid-90’s. Along with Shaq, Penny led the Orlando Magic to the NBA Finals in 1995, and not a year later he was given the esteemed distinction of joining the Olympic Basketball squad known as the Dream Team. This new Air Max Penny 1 is a subtle nod to that achievement as the famed 1-Cent logo on the insole features a flame to mimic the Olympic…

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Nigel Sylvester Reveals The Destroyed Air Jordan 1s That Inspired His Collaboration

Nigel Sylvester now lives in the uppermost echelon in the world of sneakers as one of the very, very few to have collaborated with Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 1. Hiroshi Fujiwara, Lance Mountain, and Virgil Abloh are just some of the names that were awarded the rare opportunity, with each delivering their own ground-breaking take on the most important shoe in pop-culture/fashion/sneaker-snob history.
 
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Palace And adidas Celebrate Wimbledon With A Collection Inspired By 70’s and 80’s

London skate brand, Palace, has teamed up with adidas Tennis for a centre-court ready collection set to touch down just in time for the start of Wimbledon this Summer. Alongside a crop of menswear, Palace is dipping its toe into the womenswear waters for the first time. A terry white tracksuit with removable sleeves highlights the men’s offerings, while the women’s pack includes three looks – a dress, a tank top with shorts, and a tee and skirt. This esteemed Palace collecti…

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adidas To Release SPEEDFACTORY AM4NHL Inspired By Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals

adidas, the official jersey outfitter of the NHL, is rewarding the newly crowned Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals with some limited edition kicks. Given only to the members of the team, this adidas AM4NHL was built in Atlanta’s SPEEDFACTORY and features the team’s patriotic colorway with their logo on the medial side and the three-stripes on the lateral. Additionally, the team logo and NHL® logo are emblazoned onto the heel patch. A limited edition run will release for $ 2…

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Ronnie Fieg Teases USA Inspired Collaboration With adidas Soccer

Ronnie Fieg’s streetwear label Kith is no stranger to illustrious collaborations with adidas’ Soccer division the likes of the Nemeziz Tango, and the Nemeziz Ultra Boost 17+. Now, Fieg has teamed up with Three Stripes futból once again for a USA-inspired collection consisting of a Copa 17.1 Ultra Boost and an Ace 16+ Ultra Boost. It is possible that this collection was originally supposed to be for the World Cup, but with the United States failing to qualify, the narrative has si…

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Fo Fi Fo” Is Inspired By Moses Malone’s Playoff Prediction

Following a 1982 NBA Finals loss to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Philadelphia 76ers added controversial yet dominant superstar Moses Malone to bolster their chances of going over the the top. Not one to lack confidence, Malone predicted that the Sixers would run roughshod through the NBA playoffs, sweeping all of their playoff series in “fo’, fo’ fo’”. While that prediction didn’t come full circle, it sure was close as Philly took the Knicks down in fo’ game…

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