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The Nike Air Max 2 Light Is Releasing In Two “Aqua” Styles

What’s more quintessentially ’90s than an “Aqua” color palette and some classic Air Max? Not a whole heck of a lot. Nike is well aware of this — and since their classic Air Max 2 Light from 94-95 is returning to market next year, they’ve cooked up a dynamic duo of teal and purple takes on the cult-favorite runner. Each pair features a heavily paneled tonal upper, and uses the Swoosh/heel Air Max units as opportunities for hits of contrast: teal on the purple pa…

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The Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin Appears In Red And Teal

Coming to market just at the right time, the Air Max 270 Bowfin is the perfect representation of today’s sneaker world. Chunky in its construction, the Bowfin carries the lifestyle-engineered heel unit of the oft-admired Air Max 270, while borrowing an aesthetic from the Swoosh Brand’s ACG line that constantly harkens back to the on-trend 1990s era. To match its shape and overall look, many of the early 270 Bowfin iterations have been dressed in whimsical, trail-ready color scheme…

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adidas Yeezy Boost 700 v2s in Triple Black, Off-White Nike Air Force 1s in Blue, And More

It was a fairly well-rounded week as far as the sneaker industry’s top three players are concerned, with a bevy of news coming out of Jordan Brand, Nike, and adidas’ respective camps. For adidas, the Ultra Boost 2019 was officially revealed, ready to welcome the newest chapter of the boost-ridden silhouette. Kanye West revealed a brand new adidas Yeezy Boost 700 v2 in Triple Black during a special performance in Miami as well, while official images of another Pharrell x adidas Cra…

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Nike Is Releasing Y2K-Themed Air Max Shoes On New Year’s Day

The anticipated mechanical failures to occur at the beginning of the year 2000 were plentiful, with national media spelling out a scenario of unadulterated anarchy. At the mercy of the systems we built, society was sent into a frantic panic though much of the problems once thought to be an issue became a laughing matter moments later. Breeding some playful ads by Nike themselves as well as a series of films on the exaggerated dangers of advancing technology, the once tumultuous era will surel…

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The Nike Air Terra Humara Appears In Photo Blue And Volt

As 2018 winds down, it is clear that it has been a banner year for the Swoosh Brand’s ACG subsidiary, with a bevy of brightly-colored apparel pieces, the introduction of new lifestyle and trail-ready footwear pieces, and the revival of nostalgic silhouettes. Back in the spotlight once again is the Air Terra Humara silhouette that calls upon a 1990s-friendly color scheme combining Photo Blue and Volt together with the addition, of red, black, and white as well for contrast. Equipped with…

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The Nike React Element 55 Appears In More Nylon Grid Uppers

A takedown version of the ever-popular React Element 87, Nike’s React Element 55 has garnered some acclaim due to its reasonable price point and recognizable cored-out midsole, but it seemingly lacks the luster of its proverbial “big brother” silhouette. However, the Swoosh Brand is hoping to inject the model with a needed shot of adrenaline via a new fashion-friendly upper style that features a nylon grid pattern. A design aesthetic originally premiered by the recent size? …

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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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The Nike Air Max 270 “Reflective” Is Available Now

Black and red color combinations have always released in perpetuity, fleshing out the harmonious pairing with a series of releases by its humble yet steadfast originator. Almost igniting a worldwide trend with the ever-classic Air Jordan 1 “Bred,” the two tones have become forever entwined throughout its use on many of the Beaverton brand’s other silhouettes. New to the classic tooling is the Air Max 270, flaunting a glowing red air unit next to the rest of its stark black upper…

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The Nike Blazer City Low XS Arrives With Mini Swooshes

In what is a sign for what’s to come, the Beaverton brand has revamped the Blazer City Low XS, forgoing its overstated tooling for something much more minimal. With the base being transformed from the original silhouette — adding in a bit of intricacy to the forefoot with a set of layered paneling — the entire profile is updated to fit the more aggressive designs found commonly today. Though equally recognizable to the undiscerning eye, the current addition shies away from the overbrand…

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Slight PlayStation Vibes On This Nike Air Force 1 Low

Nike’s jewel-swooshed Air Force 1s are a popular alternate take on one of their most classic silhouettes, adding a new and interesting method of embellishment without compromising the shoe’s historic DNA. This year, we’ve seen jewel swooshes both large and small hit the Force, with one of the most noticeable being the special PlayStation Air Force 1s, a shoe that featured a large blue Swoosh on the midfoot. Now, the AF1 has surfaced in a new “Active Fuschia” colo…

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