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The Nike Air Max “Throwback Future” Pack Is Releasing On March 21st

Over the past few months, we have seen a number of the Swoosh’s most popular Sportswear silhouettes both old and new pop up with iridescent make-ups consisting of glistening blue and purple hues with some help from Laser Fuchsia. Today, we have learned that eight of those sneakers will come together this month to form the “Throwback Future” collection, nodding to the combination of their nostalgic roots and futuristic color schemes. Highlighted by classic icons the likes of …

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The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 “Salt” Is Releasing In February

It’s a good time to be a fan of Kanye West’s footwear. adidas recently announced that sales of the Yeezy category grew by 600% in Q4 of 2018, apparently vindicating West’s 2015 claim that anyone who wanted Yeezys would eventually be able to get them. And with several new colorways dropping in 2019, it seems unlikely that West and adidas’s collaborative momentum will slow any time soon. Now, after the release of a “Salt” Yeezy 500 in 2018, West is calling up…

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The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” Is Releasing As A Golf Shoe

The much-lauded “Concord” colorway of the Air Jordan 11 is ready to move from the hardwood to the green as we get a first look at this prized Jordan shoe in golf form. We first saw a version of this nearly two years ago with Jordan athlete Dez Bryant flashed a pair on his Instagram, but these newly revealed photos confirm that this insanely popular silhouette will be made available for a full 18 holes. Aside from the spiked soles, the most notable alterations are the leather upper…

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Nike Is Releasing Kobe Bryant’s 81 Point Game Shoes

Just like Mike, Kobe Bryant has a thorough flipbook of epic on-court moments that have served as foundational pillars of the lore around these basketball legends. For the Black Mamba, the night of his historic 81-point game against the Toronto Raptors is one that will forever be talked about at the barbershop or in the Instagram comments section, and the shoes he wore during that GOAT-level outing will be returning for the first time in history. This original colorway of white, purple, and bl…

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The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 v2 “Static” Is Finally Releasing

Kanye West and adidas are ready to introduce the newest model to the highly successful YEEZY catalog, and they’re doing it right before the year comes to a close. The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 v2 is indeed a second iteration of the Yeezy 700 shoe, the chunky sneaker that helped popularize the dad shoe trend to the masses. Featuring the same chiseled midsole as its predecessor, the Yeezy 700 v2 utilizes a refreshed upper with a multi-layered build that includes leather, mesh, and thin TPU…

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The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Static” Is Releasing

Rounding out this year’s incredibly busy slate of adidas Yeezy releases is a Static-colored version of the revered adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 silhouette. Other than its clean Static grey and white color scheme, the major deviation from the norm as far as this pair is concerned comes by way of a see-through window taking shape on its usual SPLY-350-branded forefoot stripe acting as a window into what makes Yeezy 350s one of the single most comfortable sneakers on the market. You may have …

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Nike Is Releasing The Alternate “Superman” PE Of The LeBron 3

Tonight, the King joined up with Nike to release the LeBron 16 “Super-Bron”, the first colorway of this season’s #LeBronWatch campaign, earlier today during the Christmas Day game between the Lakers and the Warriors. Inspired by the rare “Superman” PE of the Nike LeBron 3 signature shoe, this first chapter of the second season of #LeBronWatch combined elements of that past signature model with the current LeBron 16, featuring a BattleKnit 2.0 shell with a the fam…

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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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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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