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Nike To Release The Special Edition MetCon 4 In Two Colorways

Nike’s newest Special Edition MetCon 4 silhouette is being introduced in two complimentary colorways in order to represent how dynamic duos can bring out the best in one another. With a color specifically for men and the other for women, it is meant to inspire partners to train together and push each other through some of the workouts hardest moments. While one shoe id adorned in black, the other comes dressed in white, reflecting the accountability and interconnectedness of one’s…

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The Nike Air Max Plus With Zig Zag Uppers Is Dropping In Grey

A few days ago, we brought you a first look at a new-look Air Max Plus iteration with Zig Zag uppers dressed in a hybridized “Sunset” and “Royal” color scheme. While that iteration had a bit too much going on, this more subdued grey color scheme gives you a better idea of what the Swoosh can do with this new concept. One interesting design element of note, is that the Zig Zags are only present of the lateral side of the upper, while its medial side comes equipped with …

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Nike Weaves Snakeskin Into The Footscape Woven Chukka

Nike’s Air Footscape Woven Chukka is receiving the premium treatment this winter, as it is featured here in a Dark Russet color scheme. While this offering usually boasts some seldom-used materials, this time around snakeskin is woven in and out of the upper’s construction, wrapping its way all the way around to the heel – adding an even more unique look to this wild silhouette. Its unique chukka-like outsole combined with its suede upper truly makes this shoe one of the mos…

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Glow-In-The-Dark Swoosh Logos Appear On The Nike Air Foamposite Pro

Nike is switching things up in a way that will inevitably stir up some hype around 1997’s Foamposite. Releasing during All-Star weekend, the Air Foamposite Pro will be releasing with customizable swoosh logos, allowing you to swap out the iconic branding in black, silver, bronze and an attractive glow-in-the-dark effect. Never has Nike allowed for replaceable glow-in-the-dark Swoosh logos, let along replaceable logos period. The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Swoosh Pack” (an official nam…

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Nike PG 2 “All-Star” Releases This Thursday

Were it not for an unfortunate injury to DeMarcus Cousins, Paul George might’ve been spending his time during All-Star Weekend in his hometown in Palmdale, CA. However, the OKC Forward, will be playing in the mid-season classic in place of Boogie and he’ll be debuting his new signature shoe in a new “All-Star” colorway in a striking grey/orange colorway with five purple PG logos on each heel to represent his All-Star Game appearances. The Nike PG 2 “All-Star&#822…

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Nike Wants You To Customize The “90/10” Pack

By now, you are well aware of one of the most popular trends in today’s sneaker industry – customization. The resurgence of this idea first started with the release of the Travis Scott x Air Force 1 that saw its Nike Swoosh come with interchangeable options, allowing the wearer to truly add its own look. Now, Nike is firing up that trend across an entire five-piece collection dubbed the “90/10” pack, which plays off the idea that the Swoosh handles 90% of the design, a…

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The History Of The Nike Mercurial Football Boot’s Sneaker Crossovers

In 1998, Brazilian soccer star Ronaldo helped Nike introduce the Mercurial football boot to the world during the World Cup in his home country. Adorned in the blue and yellow colors of his Brazilian banner, the striking look started a new potential for football boots to cross over into lifestyle footwear. Starting with the brand’s Air Zoom Mercurial Trainer, Nike has created silhouettes ranging from the Air Force 1 to the air Max 1 that have regularly payed homage to the Mercurial line….

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Nike Drops the Air More Money in Red and White

More colorways continue to surface for Nike’s Air More Money following the model’s recent reissue success. The popular ’90s silhouette — worn by NBA legends like Reggie Miller and Ray Allen — now receives a clean makeover in the form of a black, white and burgundy colorway.

The majority of the sneaker’s upper and More Uptempo outsole is done in w…

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Nike Is Bringing Back The Air Force 1 “Hong Kong” From 2001

Nike is digging into its Air Force 1 crates once again as this classic from 2001 is set to return soon. As one of the brand’s earlier co.jp Air Force 1 drops, this “Hong Kong” edition featured a dark green upper, solid white outsole, and a Swoosh embroidered onto the upper and considerably smaller in scale compared to the standard AF1s. This release was part of the highly sought-after Air Force 1 B series, which also included the “Wheat” and several other unforge…

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