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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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The adidas YUNG-1 Gets The Triple Black Look

With summer winding down ever so slowly, it’s time to stash some of your colorful kicks away till next year and reach for your triple black pairs again. If you’re a “black shoes year round” kind of sneakerhead, it’s probably time to look for a fresh pair for the change of seasons anyway. Thankfully, the Three Stripes has got a perfect fall pair ready to go, as a dark “Triple Black” version of the new adidas YUNG-1 has been unveiled. The shoe’s h…

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END Has An adidas Yung-1 Collaboration Coming

On July 10th, Sneaker News showed you a potential adidas Yung-1 collaboration with Louisiana-based retailer Solebox. Now, the same retro-inspired silhouette is back with another retailer collaboration by way of this simplistic team-up with European shop END. Like many of the Yung-1 colors that we have seen, grey is responsible for the majority of this sneaker, while a deep navy and a much softer light blue blue add its lone pops of color on its throat, and around the extra layering of its toe…

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Where To Buy The adidas YUNG-1

The adidas YUNG-1, a brand new heritage sneaker loosely based on 1997’s Falcon Dorf silhouette is set to release globally in two colorways this Thursday, June 21st. Arriving in both a bright orange/blue and an old-school red, navy, and white, the shoe’s primary details arrive via its unique layered upper that features interestingly-shaped suede overlays, retro adidas branding, and an aggressively styled retro midsole boasting the classic Torsion system that’s quintessentiall…

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