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atmos x “We Love Nike” Pack Releases In The U.S. On May 17th

Japanese retailer atmos is nearly complete with their first exclusive drop of the quirky “We Love Nike” Pack, but there’s some great news if you missed out on the first launch. Footwear retailer Lapstone And Hammer confirms that the entire pack – sans the atmos-exclusive Jade 95s – will release on May 17th. This includes the Air Max 1 with a leather royal blue mudguard, the Air Max 90 with Infrared hits and a black suede toe/ankle, and the Air Max 95 infused with…

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Nike’s Women’s Only Unlaced Boutique Launches Online In The U.S. and U.K.

Last month, Nike officially announced their Unlaced initiative – a retail shopping experience tailored specifically to women with a curated selection of footwear and apparel. Today, Unlaced officially went live in the U.S. and U.K., offering up sneaker options selected with the help of European stylist Julia Sarr-Jamois, and you’ll find a specific set of categories that include “Exaggerated and Chunky”, “Normcore”, and “Personal Touches” that em…

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President Obama Signs a Bill Protecting Sneaker Manufacturers in the U.S.

Nearing his final days in the White House, President Barack Obama has been hard at work ensuring a number of policies are enacted before he leaves. On Friday, he signed into law an annual defense spending bill which would increase pay for troops, as well as require the Department of Defense to issue athletic shoes made in the U.S. to its new recruits.

Known as the “Made in …


Undefeated’s Nike Dunk Lux is Finally Dropping in the U.S.

Undefeated’s take on the Nike Dunk Lux may have hit Asia long ago, but, for whatever reason, the have yet to drop in the States. That’s all about to change though as the Five Strikes design is finally set for an official release next week. Sporting the silhouette’s usual features (a sleeker last, reshaped toe box, quilt-stitched upper and Lunarlon cushioning), th…


Commercial Flights Between Cuba and the U.S. to Begin This Fall

After the close of half a century of economic blockades on Cuba, the United States’ political detente with the Communist island nation means good things for avid travellers with the news that direct commercial flights between the two countries will begin later this year. Transportation ministers from Cuba and the U.S. recently signed a de…