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Nike Air Max 97 SE “Burgundy Crush” Is Dropping Soon For Women

Dressed in a cool-weather friendly combination of Burgundy Crush, Diffused Taupe, and Metallic Mahogany, the Air Max 97 Premium is back yet again in a special colorway designed specifically for the ladies. Boasting a slightly more premium aesthetic than regular renditions of the speed bullet inspired runner, this iteration ushers in hairy suede on its mudguard and an eye-catching mesh inside its racing stripes. Female Swoosh Brand enthusiasts looking to add these Burgundy Crush 97s to their s…

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The adidas Harden Vol. 3 Is Coming Soon In “Coral”

With each iteration improving on the previous, the Harden Vol. 3 arrives with the level of innovation we’ve grown to expect from adidas basketball. Using their BOOST technology alongside a textile upper designed to improve lockdown, the silhouette has become a perfect match for the player from which it gets its namesake. Initially released with more subtle colorways of gray, black, and a saturated purple, the Vol. 3 is now set to receive a bold fully coral colorway. Shades of the loud t…

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The Nike Huarache Gripp Is Coming Soon In “Team Orange”

Following the removal of its focal shroud, the Nike Air Huarache Gripp arrives yet again with a fresh take on the utilitarian direction in which brand is moving. While generally seeing more subtle, muted tones similar to those seen in army uniforms or militaristic equipment, the technical update is donning a tooling more fitting of the season. Hits of a bright orange tone can be found along the forefoot, strap detailing, and plastic overlays toward the heel while the rest of the upper contras…

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Nike’s 3D-Printed Vaporfly Elite Flyprint Is Releasing Soon

Ever since introducing Flyknit oh so many years ago, the Beaverton brand has gone through testing after testing to introduce the ever-innovative Flyprint. Inspired by the feedback received from Eliud Kipchoge after the runner narrowly missed the sub-two hour mark set by the BREAKING2 initiative, Nike designers set out to improve on the Vaporfly with the brand new 3D-printed textile upper, the first of its kind in the performance genre. Bringing the silhouette down to a feather-light 11 grams,…

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The adidas Yung-1 Is Coming Soon In A Retro Friendly Colorway

adidas’ Yung-1 silhouette has carved out a significant spot in adidas’ pantheon of 2018 footwear. Managing to fit with today’s current trends while broth drawing from and reminding consumers of the past, it has excited both a new wave and the old guard of sneakerheads. Furthering its connection to the days of old is a time-tested color scheme that combines dark green and blue on the Yung-1’s keys details with white and grey responsible for the majority of its upper. Wi…

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Another Nike Air Max 97 “Triple Black” Is Returning Soon

Triple Black is inarguably one of the most revered aesthetics in all of footwear. There is something about the aura created by a blacked out sneaker that looks good as a statement piece underneath just about any outfit. Far from the first time in its heralded history, the beloved Air Max 97 is set to take on Triple Black once again, with reflective midfoot and forefoot striping adding a strong element, slightly mixing up this design for a more detailed vibe. A white insole Swoosh breaks up it…

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The Nike Vapormax Run Utility Is Coming Soon In “Light Silver”

Technically-designed with a utilitarian aesthetic in mind while still boasting the comfort and design language of the heralded Vapormax line, that’s the Vapormax Run Utility. Done up in a “Light Silver” color scheme, the newest entrant into this durable line sees blue Flywire running up and down its midfoot, acting as lacelets for its unconventional, clasp lacing system, furthering this iteration’s function-first thinking. A heather grey mudguard combines with a blue, …

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The UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87 Is Releasing Soon In Europe

UNDERCOVER‘s quartet of colorful takes on the Nike React Element 87 — unquestionably one of the best new silhouettes of the year — released earlier in September to great fanfare in the US. Selling out almost instantly, the futuristic, highly detailed kicks were a flawless victory for the collaborative partners — and now it’s time for the rest of the world to get in on the action. As the “Green Mist” and the “Light Beige Chalk” colorways were a US excl…

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