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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Nike Air Max 97 LX "Swarovski" Silver Bullet

Of all the changes the Air Max 97 has gone through in its 20th anniversary celebration year, none is more drastic than this version created in collaboration with Swarovski. A women's style, the Nike Air Max 97 pictured uses Crystal Fabric to add a brilliant layer to the original runner. To build the shoe, members of the Nike Women team traveled to Swarovski headquarters in Wattens, Austria, where they got access to the company's archive of materials. The black Swarovski Nike Air Max 97 LX released in March for $400. The other pair seen here, which mimics the original "Silver Bullet" Nike Air Max 97, will release in women’s sizing on Sept. 7th.

ASICS Gel-Lyte V NS GT-X "Black/Red"

ASICS has once again applied GORE-TEX construction to the beloved GEL-Lyte V silhouette. Following its all-weather collaboration with Packer Shoes, the sportswear label is now introducing an all-new iteration of the modernized low-top. The model is predominantly swathed in tonal black with bright red detailing on the collar lining, heel overlay, and laces. Additionally, neutral grey is observed on the tongue and heel cap. As a whole, the synthetic shoe is a modish option that can stand up to the wettest of conditions, boasting all-over urethane coating on the uppers alongside a neoprene collar for enhanced comfort. Take a look at the latest GEL-Lyte V iteration above and purchase the sneaker at select international retailers such as Tokyo-based atmos for approximately $135 USD.

adidas NMD R1 "Olive" w/ Black Boost

adidas continues to add to one of its most exciting collections. Fresh off the unveiling of the “Core Black” EQT, the sportswear giant mixes black and green to give the NMD_R1 a unique olive makeover. Instead of a complete olive green takeover, this latest spin on the NMD boosts a black BOOST sole below the lighter-toned olive upper to create a striking contrast. Concerning materials, this release contains mostly mesh materials and will continue the lightweight trend in running shoes and sneakers. You can take a look at the NMD_R1′s new olive and black colorway above.

Ronnie Fieg x Scottie Pippen Nike Collaboration

Ronnie Fieg keeps his foot on the creative pedal with a tease of an upcoming collaboration. Fieg’s latest preview comes in the form of a subtle image shared via his social media accounts of a Nike Basketball silhouette dominated in purple coloring and suede material. NBA Hall-of-Famer, Scottie Pippen, added fuel to the fire by confirming the joint project between himself and KITH’s Ronnie Fieg via his Twitter account. Purple kicks included, Pippen mentioned that we can expect the collaborative effort to make its debut during fashion week. Take a look behind the scenes at what Ronnie Fieg, Scottie Pippen and Nike are cooking up in the imagery below.


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Nike Presto Mid Utility - New Colorways

Nike continues to bring the heat with two new Presto Mid Utility colorways for fall 2017. Paving the way for the transition season, the rugged silhouette’s latest offering cooks up two of the most popular autumnal colors: olive and burgundy. The first colorway features a deep olive upper, cargo khaki tooling, speckled beige midsole and yellow/olive weave laces. The second rendition sees a rich burgundy upper, black tooling, a speckled off-white midsole and yellow/black weave laces. As always, the military-inspired silhouette’s weather-resistant upper and zipper construction ensure easy wear and protective support. No word yet on the exact release date, but expect to see these new Presto Mid Utility options to hit shelves in time for fall for a retail price of $140 USD.

Nike Dunk Low Flyknit "Oreo"

The Nike Dunk Low Flyknit hops on the “Oreo” bandwagon as Nike announces the favorite colorway for the Dunks. The basketball shoe features leather on the lining and tongues with an updated outsole traction, all while re-creating the ankle “flaps” that contributed to the shoe’s signature look. Although the shoe does not appear to be fit for basketball, which is the Dunk’s primary purpose, Dunk fans should be excited for this colorway. The Nike Dunk Low Flyknit “Oreo” is scheduled to release early fall at select Nike retailers and at

Porsche Design x adidas "Bounce Chronicles" Pack

Porsche Design and adidas have teamed up once more to take on the footwear sphere full force, this time launching an all-black “Bounce Chronicles” collection for Fall/Winter 2017. For this collection, the collaborative duo revamped four BOUNCE: S models that include the BOUNCE: SL, S2, S3 and S4, all of which feature a unique carbon fiber sole unit suspension system with a pivot mechanism that offers unparalleled forward propulsion and cutting-edge design. The futuristic silhouette is rounded out by distinctive uppers constructed of 3D mesh, textile or leather. Expect to find the Porsche Design x adidas “Bounce Chronicles” collection on adidas’ webstore in the near future.

Saucony Grid SD "Woodburn"

Saucony has unveiled the latest Grid SD in “Woodburn.” The “Woodburn” silhouette highlights debossed leather that mimics a wood pattern, complemented by Wolverine Silkee suede on the quarter panels and heel counter in series of tan and brown hues for additional dimension. Other features include a moulded forefoot, quarter straps and the signature Saucony G.R.I.D. midsole cushioning system optimising comfort. The Saucony “Woodburn” Grid SD is available for purchase now at select retailers for $120 USD.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Air Jordan 13 Retro "Bred"

This weekend, the Air Jordan 13 returns to original form with the release of the Air Jordan 13 Bred on August 19th. The pair will come in a full family size run, each featuring the original reflective 3M nylon uppers paired with Varsity Red suede accents and a premium leather toecap. This pair was worn by Michael Jordan throughout his last season with the Chicago Bulls, when he lead the team to their 6th and final NBA Championship. Will you be picking up a pair? Check out more detailed shots, after the jump.

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Leaves Trump's Council

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank has announced his decision to leave President Trump’s manufacturing council. This move comes after President Trump’s reaction to the disastrous and horrific events in Charlottesville, VA, where White Nationalists engaged in dangerous protests with lethal results. Earlier, Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier stepped down from Trump’s council, which led to the president’s open bashing of Frazier and Merck on Twitter. Check out the statement below.

Under Armour on Twitter

I love our country & company. I am stepping down from the council to focus on inspiring & uniting through power of sport. - CEO Kevin Plank