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This BAPE x adidas 3ST.002 Will Be Included In A Snow Boarding Collection

So far, the adidas 3ST.002 has been a part of one collaboration and one collection, both of which debuted this year. Back in late March, the Na-kel Smith x Fucking Awesome x adidas 3ST.002 hit the shelves at select retailers and retailed at a price of $110. This particular iteration of the laceless, midtop skate shoe featured completely plain White uppers that were made up of leather and mesh. In addition to have midsoles containing a Torsion system and perforated toes, this iteration was also equipped with translucent, Blue-colored rubber soles. Reportedly, the 3ST.002 will now be a part of another collaboration between adidas and BAPE. Continue reading This BAPE x adidas 3ST.002 Will Be Included In A Snow Boarding Collection

THIS JORDAN LEGACY 321 IS DON C’S FIRST SIGNATURE SNEAKER WITH JORDAN BRAND

Over the past couple of years, Don Crawley (Don C) has worked on some of Jordan Brand’s and Nike’s most hyped collaborative releases. Arguably, it was because of quilted renditions of the Air Jordan 2 that the model regained its lost popularity. Nike’s Air Force 1 “AF100” Pack from back in October 2017 included an Air Force 1 High “Just Don,” which he designed by blending signature elements of the Air Force 1 and Air Force 3. When it comes to Jordan Brand, this is something of a rarity, but it seems that Don C was permitted to whip up his own signature sneaker model. Continue reading THIS JORDAN LEGACY 321 IS DON C’S FIRST SIGNATURE SNEAKER WITH JORDAN BRAND

The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit “Black” Release Has Been Postponed Five Months Ahead

It’s the middle of March and the 2018 March Madness Tournament has officially kicked off. It turns out that Jordan Brand design an Air Jordan 3 PE for the entire roster of the Georgetown Hoyas. Jordan Brand had whipped up an Air Jordan 3 PE for the team back in 2012 too. This latest iteration appears to have uppers dressed up in a light shade of Grey with the signature elephant print overlays and it also features some Navy-colored detailing too. This will not hit the shelves, but the Air Jordan 3 Flyknit “Black” was supposed to. However, it turns out that its release has been postponed. Continue reading The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit “Black” Release Has Been Postponed Five Months Ahead

These Two Fleece Air Jordan 1 GS Iterations Have Already Arrived For Winter

Fleece happens to be one of the most durable, environment-friendly and soft fabrics, but it is unlikely that sneakerheads would expect to rock an Air Jordan 1 made up of it. However, this might actually turn out to be the case. Another advantage of fleece is that the fabric can be crafted in just about any color and just about any design can be printed over it. Above all, fleece is a fabric that is not only ideal for winter, but for any weather conditions. With fall already underway, it is not too surprising that Jordan Brand has unexpectedly whipped up a fleece iteration of the Air Jordan 1. Continue reading These Two Fleece Air Jordan 1 GS Iterations Have Already Arrived For Winter

The Jordan Jumpman Pro Quick Has Made its Comeback In Two New Colorways

Jordan Brand’s “Team Jordan” releases were relatively more popular back in the late 1990s. Releases of these models provided sneakerheads with an alternative when they could not afford to cop the latest signature model release, or were simply not interested in it. For sneakerheads who do not know, Jordan Brand was introduced to the world in a special edition of SLAM! magazine and the magazine also played its role in the marketing of the “Team Jordan” releases. Even though these “Team Jordan” sneakers are not as popular as they used to be, Jordan Brand has still dropped two brand new colorways of the Jumpman Pro Quick. Continue reading The Jordan Jumpman Pro Quick Has Made its Comeback In Two New Colorways

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