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Desert Camo Prints Arrive On The Nike Air Span II

Over the course of the last few months, Nike’s Air Span II has usually released alongside a matching Air Max 1, making for many an interesting retro two-pack. Although the similarly-colored kicks usually drop on the same date, they can apparently release months apart as well — as a desert camo Air Span II that’s a perfect match for July’s desert camo Air Max 1 is set to release this month. The upper features a light cream on the mesh underlays, while the leather overlays a…

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Nike’s Pairing Of Camo And Floral Prints Arrives On Three Air Max Models For Women

Tow of Nike’s most popular aesthetics for its Sportswear subsidiary are camouflage and floral prints. When it comes to women’s footwear, these two motifs – when handled in a feminine way – can create a sneaker that is a must have for the increasingly popular ladies-only sneakerhead demographic. Following suit, the Swoosh is now creating a three-piece Air Max collection that combines both floral and camouflage with the Air Max 1, the Air Max 95, and the Air Max 98. Each…

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Nike Adds Camo Prints To The Air Huarache Drift

Nike’s Air Huarache Drift silhouette serves as a modernized version of the iconic Nike Sportswear sneaker that has gone on to influence a number of Swoosh models behind it. Featuring the on-trend DIY aesthetic, wearers of this new Huarache model will be able to alter how he or she wants to wear the removable clasps on the lateral side of the sneaker. Next up for the Drift, are two camouflage-infused iterations, with one sporting a woodland motif and the other opting for a camo print tha…

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adidas Adds Leopard Prints To BOOST Cushioning

Long time adidas Ultra BOOST collaborator, Stella McCartney, is back with the Three Stripes once again to bring a brand new look to the ladies-only Ultra BOOST X. It is no secret that BOOST cushioning has died down since its inaguration, and the addition of leopard print to this particular unit is McCartney’s attempt to re-ignite the hype. Black and white leopard spots make up for the entirety of this Ultra BOOST‘s BOOST sole unit and serves as a nod to Stella’s affinity wit…

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Nike Adds Red Croc Prints On The Air Force 270

Nike’s Air Force 270 silhouette has become a surprising vessel for the Beaverton Brand’s heritage, as it has payed its respects to the brand’s iconic shoe boxes as well as its revered Safari aesthetic in past models. While the Swoosh knows that paying tribute to its past is important, the introduction of refreshing colorways to its newer models the likes of this hybridizes silhouette is just as paramount. With that in mind, Nike has added a “Red Croc” theme to th…

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Jason Dill Debuts The Vans Era Pro Line With Checkerboard Prints

OG Supreme affiliate, Fucking Awesome head, and long-time Vans collaborator Jason Dill has joined forces with the California-based brand once again to assist with the launch of their new Era Pro line. Consisting of the Sk8-Hi Pro, Old Skool Pro, and Slip-On Pro, the line modernizes the classic silhouettes by adding UltraCush HD midsoles, Pro Vulc construction and Duracap rubber reinforcements for a reinforced last. All three sneakers come dressed in whimsical colorways of Vans’ classic…

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Nike Brings Colorful New Prints to the Huarache & Vandal

Nike’s Air Huarache and Vandal models have returned boasting intriguing color mashups. Each model is dominated in “Sail” with the accenting colors including an abstract mix of green, blue, yellow, brown and purple. On the Huarache the pattern is placed in the neoprene underlay with the Vandal welcoming the same motif added to the lat…

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Nike Adds “Splatter” Prints To Two Air Max Models

Earlier this week, we showed you an Air Max 97 Ultra for women with a whimsical confetti pattern on the upper. In similar fashion, the Swoosh has called upon both the Air Max 95 and the aforementioned 97 Ultra and given them each the “Splatter” treatment. Much like the Confetti pair, these two offerings have simplistic bases – primarily black and grey in this case – and adds a pattern to its upper for contrast. On the 95, it is the lower half of the sneaker that featur…

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Camo Prints Appear On The Air Jordan XXXII Low

The Air Jordan 32 released earlier this year with clear design elements reminiscent of the second sneaker in Jordan Brand’s catalogue. That silhouette has hit shelves this year in many intriguing colorways including the likes of the Win Like 82 and the CEO offerings. Now, the most recent Jumpman selection is back in a Low boys size version that is dressed up with camouflage uppers. The sneaker uses a primarily black color scheme with touches of camo on its side panelling and an attracti…

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