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The Air Jordan 1 Moto Releases In Smokey Mauve

Inspired by Michael Jordan’s love for automobile racing and motorcycles, the Air Jordan 1 Moto features an aesthetic that is meant to mimic a leather racing jacket. Built higher than normal, the Moto also comes equipped with an aggressive traction pattern, a strapped up enclosure system, and a circular 23 logo that has been featured on designs the likes of the Air Jordan 6 “Motorsport”. Available now in a Smokey Mauve color scheme, this souped up version of the AJ1 also feat…

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Ranking The 10 Most Anticipated Sneaker Releases Of 2019 (That We Know Of)

The new year is officially here, meaning it’s only a matter of days before we give in and break that certain fragile resolution and hit that Buy Now button without putting up much a fight. Strangely enough, the hype machine is humming a low and dull sound and much of what’s already confirmed for 2019 doesn’t seem to be garnering that bull-in-a-china-shop excitement that recklessly crashed through each month of enter-this-raffle releases. But we assure you – there&#8217…

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The Nike Vapormax 2019 Releases In Olive Green

Nike’s Vapormax 2019 silhouette is quite possibly the most aesthetically pleasing creation to come out of the successful line since it began in 2017. Ridding itself of its usual Flyknit construction, the 2019 ushers in a semi-translucent TPE upper that has become popular on the models the likes of the React Element 87 and the Zoom Fly SP.  Next up is a familiar militaristic color combination that combines a primarily olive green upper with pops of orange on its heel loop and Vapormax h…

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The adidas ZX500 RM Releases In Black And Purple

Continuing its series of exclusive releases, size? unveils yet another retro-infused runner from the halls of the Three Stripes repertoire. While seeing many a transformation — most recently by the leather-obsessed Hender Scheme atelier — the ZX500 RM arrives in a more muted colorway with bold hits of purple along both the rear panel and signature profile branding. The rest of the palette is kept understated to allow the bright tone to pop, utilizing the black mesh and grey leather paneli…

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Eric Emanuel x adidas Crazy BYW X Releases Next Week

adidas’ Crazy BYW silhouette surely lives up to its namesake, offering an intricate Boost sole unit alongside a basketball-infused upper. Despite being designed with performance in mind — due in part to the highly adaptive cushioning system — the model is now honing in on a more lifestyle framing alongside Eric Emanuel, the streetwear label that bridges the divide between rap, street, and the court. At the ankle, the model bears a sultry burgundy, trickling down towards the sole with a …

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The Nike Kyrie 5 “Black Magic” Releases Tomorrow

A simplistic black and white colorway of the Nike Kyrie 5 affectionately given a “Black Magic” monicker is set to release to the masses tomorrow, November 23rd – AKA Black Friday – for $ 130 USD. Recently, LeBron James came out and said that it is no secret that once Kyrie Irving was traded, the end of the Cavs run was near. Irving has firmly cemented himself as one of the league’s top players and one of the most prolific shooting point guards in the Association. …

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OBJ’s Nike Air Force 1 Low Utility Officially Releases On November 20th

After first having released exclusively via a special drop on the NTWRK app during the latest episode of Complex’s Sneaker Shopping, Odell Beckham Jr.’s take on the Air Force 1 Low Utility is gearing up for an official retail drop. Meant to resemble OBJ‘s illustrious rise to the top, the head-turning iteration calls upon a reptilian textile on its grey-ridden upper with two, black utility-geared straps aiding in its aesthetic an lockdown. OBJ branding takes shape on its afor…

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The Nike Kobe AD Releases In A “Black Toe” Colorway

Color blocking and split motifs have been all the rage in the past year, entering into mainstream sneaker culture as a remnant of the trends found predominantly in the 90s. Updating that classic tooling to fit more modern tastes, the Beaverton brand is donning the Kobe AD with that same design ethos in a palette of black and white. Split directly down the middle from the heel towards the forefoot, the lateral side dons a stark white with a grey dotted swoosh while the medial side takes on a c…

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