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Nike Air Max 1 – White – Midnight Navy – University Blue

August 16th, 2014 by | 7 comments

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JD Sports has been known to get the drops on Air Max models for quite some time, and the venerable UK retailer did us the favor of previewing this Nike Air Max 1 before it arrived stateside. Now we’re lucky enough to get a chance to snatch up a pair as it manages to pull in two different shades of blue while mixing together the usual synthetic leather, mesh and suede in a look on the colder end of the color spectrum. What do you think? Be sure to check out more after the click and grab this Air Max 1 pair today via shops like Sneaker Politics.

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Jordan Flight Flex Trainer GS “Bleached Turquoise”

August 16th, 2014 by | No comments

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What is it with Jordan Brand giving the kids an exclusive shade with all of the Bleached Turquoise love? First there was the Air Jordan 3, then the upcoming Jordan Future in that mesh aesthetic and now it looks like the brand is bringing over their formidable training silhouette in the Jordan Flight Flex Trainer. The mesh and flywire-wielding model has kept with a fairly monochromatic look and this new pair follows that for the most part, adding a little Iron Purple to the midsole stripe. Hit the click for more images and grab your size today via Oneness.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Light Ash – Python

August 16th, 2014 by | 9 comments

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First on the Air Yeezy 2, then on a slew of high-quality customs by JBF. Python material has become one of the most accessible luxury details in sneakers over the last two years, and with those Yeezys and custom kicks fetching a high dollar, it’s good to see a pair be available for $100. That’s right: this Air Force 1 Low colorway we showed you not long ago features the slithery material on the toe and upper panel, with a Light Ash acting as a clean contrast on this lux-meets-street sneaker. Find these new Air Force 1 Lows at retailers now, and let us know what your thoughts are on the trendy Python material now being available at a much smaller pricepoint.

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Asics Gel Lyte V “Atomic Blue”

August 15th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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The Asics Gel Lyte V continues to be a got to canvas for collaborative efforts, whether it be with shops like CNCPTS and Bodega or with ongoing projects from Kith’s Ronnie Feig. Most of those releases are cause for you to wake up early and try your hand at grabbing the exclusives, but Asics continues to drop the shoe in some formidable in-house colorways. The latest is this Atomic Blue pair, one that utilizes the azure haze in mesh blocking as grey suede holds down the rest. What do you think? Stick around for more after the click and grab your pair today via Sneaker Politics.

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Air Jordan Future “Black Ice” + “Sport Blue” – Available at Footaction

August 15th, 2014 by | 10 comments

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Surprise! While Nike has these two Air Jordan Future pairs slated for an August 27th release date, you can head over to Footaction today and grab them a bit early. The Jordan Future has been a fairly unpredictable sneaker in terms of what materials will show up on the upper, as it has switched between the original woven aesthetic and this 3M-wielding mesh variety throughout the latter half of summer. Available in an ominous all black with an icy outsole to contrast or a Sport Blue mockup, let us know which pair you prefer in the comments section. Stick with us after the click for more images and check out your local Footaction to secure your pair today.

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Reebok Ventilator “Grape”

August 15th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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The Reebok Ventilator’s role continues to grow for Reebok Classics, as the retro runner has stepped up to fill any void that silhouettes like the Insta Pump Fury and Reebok Classic Leather couldn’t fill. After all, the silhouette is one simplistic enough to be a go-to for everyday wear and sports signature comfort thanks to the Vector Brand’s championed Hexalite. After a few tonal pairs set up for Fall 2014, we get a look at a 90s staple colorway in this Grape look, one that comes with the normal array of  interlocking teals and purples that should bring some nostalgia for the days before the year 2000. Continue onward for more images and grab this pair today via Politics.

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Nike Lunar TR1 – Magnet Grey – Hyper Punch

August 14th, 2014 by | No comments

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If you’re wondering why this Trainer has that stylish flair that we’ve been wanting more of from Nike Trainers, the explanation is simple. Nate Van Hook, previously the Senior Designer of Nike Sportswear, is now the director of the explosive category, and with this uber-comfortable silhouette, you will see instantly that there’s that spark in design that matches the utmost in comfort. This new Magnet Grey/Hyper Punch colorway of the Lunar TR1 is beginning to hit stores now, so check out the extra angles below to get a better look at this dope training shoe and let us know what you think of this design compared to previous Nike Trainer releases.

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