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Nike’s Air Darwin Is Returning In An OG Colorway

First brought to market in 1994 and rocked on-court by the incomparable Dennis Rodman, the Nike Air Darwin is a classic piece of ’90s hoop shoe history. Now, 25 long years after the Darwin originally debuted, it’s resurfaced in an OG white/teal/black colorway. Boasting a look that’s sure to be inherently familiar to any long-time fan of the Swoosh Brand’s basketball footwear, smooth and perforated white leather combine with black and white ballistic mesh to provide the…

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Nike’s Classic Air Huarache Calls Upon “Firewood Orange”

With the brand new Huarache E.D.G.E. garnering most of the current attention as far as this classic line is concerned, the silhouette’s original construction continues to be one of the Swoosh’s top sellers with frequency. Serving as one of the more comfortable and versatile sneakers on the planet, the next outfit for the time-tested Huarache is a clean combination of Firewood Orange, White, and Sail that hinges upon the brightest of those three shades to make up the majority of it…

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Nike’s Double-Swooshed Cortez Is Back In Black And Rose Gold

In recent months, we have seen Beaverton experiment with the timeless Cortez silhouette quite a bit. We have seen Nike rid the model of its Swoosh branding, we have seen extra Swooshes added to its upper, and we have seen its heel logos completely re-worked all together. Most recently, the dual-Swooshed version of the Cortez hit retailers in a ladies-only color scheme that combines hits of Black leather with monarchial Rose Gold hits on embellishments the likes of its aglets, lace dubrae, and…

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Nike’s Prized Air Max 270 Returns In Sorbet Colors

As February approaches, Nike is making it clear that it is ready to introduce the world to the brand New Air Max 720 silhouette, the first Air Max sneaker to equip a 360-degree lifestyle-engineered Air unit. That being said, the 720 would be nothing without its 270 predecessor, as it borrows the same bubble from last year’s Air Max Day marvel that has gone on to become an integral part of Beaverton’s recent success. Showing no signs of fading away, the Air Max 270 is back for the …

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Nike’s “Jelly Puff” Arrives On The Women’s Air Force 1

When it comes to their alternate branded embellishments, one of Nike’s favorite design quirks for their women’s shoes as of late has been a “Jelly Puff” Swoosh. The large three-dimensional branded hit is both versatile — it can be adorned with a multitude of different colors and styles — and eye-catching, standing out both literally and figuratively from whatever shoe it’s placed on. It’s already been seen on both the Air Max 1 and the Outbreak for the …

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Slam Jam Flips the Swoosh on Nike’s Blazer With Exclusive “Class 1977″

Part of Slam Jam’s Pitti Uomo 30th Anniversary collaborations, the Italian company has partnered with Nike for an exclusive take on the Blazer. Dubbed the “Class 1977,” embossed text on the ankles drives the retro inspiration home, with clean white uppers and midsoles making for an understated take on th…

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Nike’s Terra Humara Grabs Grey And Teal Hues

In a resurgent year for Nike’s ACG brand, one of its highlights has undoubtedly been the Air Terra Humara. Ripe with design language featured heavily throughout many of the All Conditions Gear models, the Humara comes with a slightly sleeker construction and vast amount of layering that lends to incredible color blocking capabilities. Tapping into grey and teal hues next, the Terra Humara delivers a combination of mesh and leather with an eye-catching ACG patch on its tongue. In a marke…

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