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Nike Has Incorporated The Flyknit Technology Into These Two Upcoming Sock Racer Colorways

Five years or so ago, footwear manufacturers had just four options to choose from in terms of materials, namely leather, mesh, plastic and synthetic. Of course, that was not a problem since there are so many different types of leather alone. Shoes also became more breathable, flexible and reasonably priced when these manufacturers began using synthetic composites. Back in 2012 though, Nike went on and added another option to that list in the form of their Flyknit technology. Ever since, Flyknit releases have been dropping left and right. More recently, Nike even revealed that the Flyknit technology was being incorporated into Sock Racer running model. Continue reading Nike Has Incorporated The Flyknit Technology Into These Two Upcoming Sock Racer Colorways

An Actual Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Is In The Works

Late in March 2015, extremely clear photos of a custom Off-White x Air Force 1 pair surfaced online. Apparently, some anonymous fan for responsible for designing the custom sneaker because it was not commissioned by anyone from Off-White or Nike. Initially, many mistakenly assumed that the photos had been leaked. No one could have guessed that an actual collaboration between the two brands would end up taking place. Maybe that custom pair was responsible for giving Off-White and Nike the idea to team up. Even more coincidentally, for this upcoming collaboration, Off-White and Nike ended up choosing the Air Force 1 Low. Continue reading An Actual Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Is In The Works

This adidas NMD XR1 Has Borrowed Patterns From The Recently Released NMD R2

For quite some time now, fake sneakers have been making their way into the secondary market. On November 7th, the Chilean National Customs Office seized a shipment of fake sneakers that were apparently shipped off from China. Based on the custom documents of the shipment, the sneakers were worth a total of $24,209. However, according to an estimate of Chilean National Customs Office, the shipment is actually worth approximately $31,786,395. The shipment included fake sneakers from brands like adidas, Nike, Zodiak, and others. Fortunately, the NMD XR1 featured here, which appears to be covered in R2 Patterns, is not a fake but an actual upcoming adidas release. Continue reading This adidas NMD XR1 Has Borrowed Patterns From The Recently Released NMD R2

The Upgraded R2 Variation Of The NMD R1 Will Arrive In December 2016

It did not take long for one of the latest adidas Originals model, the NMD, to gain tremendous popularity in the world of sneakers. It was back in December when this silhouette was introduced and ever since then, all of its general releases have literally been flying off the retail shelves. As is the case with Yeezy Boost releases, sneakerheads have eagerly been lining up to cop a pair of the latest NMD colorway and resellers have been reselling pairs at outrageously high prices. Almost a year after the debut of the NMD R1 in December 2015, adidas Originals has apparently upgraded it in the form of the R2. Continue reading The Upgraded R2 Variation Of The NMD R1 Will Arrive In December 2016

Nike Will Drop The Air More Uptempo In A Reflective “Triple Black” Colorway

It was after during the summer after the legendary 1995–96 NBA season that Nike had introduced the Air More Uptempo and it was during the next season that it had begun making on-court appearances. Wilson Smith, Nike’s designer had already proven to be triumphant with exceptional models like the Air Jordan 11, AIr Max Penny 1, Air Swoosh and the Zoom Flight 95, but he wanted to take things to a whole new level. After the ’96 NBA Finals, Scottie Pippen had begun to rock the Air More Uptempo as if it was his signature model. Apparently, Nike has whipped up a brand new colorway of the Air More Uptempo. Continue reading Nike Will Drop The Air More Uptempo In A Reflective “Triple Black” Colorway

The Nike Blazer Advanced Has Returned Again In Two Monochrome Premium Leather Iterations

Nike had come up with some of the hottest releases seen yet in fall of 2009, and sneaker buffs were sure to get their hands full. It would be hard to choose what to buy among a quality range of sneakers that had been released that fall, and knowing Nike, the releases had attracted hoards of Nike fans over the season. The Fall 2009 pack consisted of famous brand names under Nike, including Talache, Blazer Highs, and a high top design from Terminator series – to name a few. The Nike Blazer, the model included in the Fall 2009 pack, is apparently returning in Fall 2016 once again. Continue reading The Nike Blazer Advanced Has Returned Again In Two Monochrome Premium Leather Iterations