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0 Air Jordan 1 “Homage to Home”

The latest iteration of the Air Jordan 1 plays with the recent trend of amalgam sneakers by referencing two widely popular color schemes found on the classic sneaker. Bringing together the “Banned” and “Chicago” colorways, the wide release “Homage to Home” is an homage to the history of the sneaker that started it all and brings a radical new look for a new generation of fans. These are set to release at select Jordan Brand retailers May 19. –HB

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Nike Air Max 90 “Royal Tint”

Nike has returned to its Air Max 90 silhouette for a new “Royal Tint” version of the sneaker. The clean new colorway sees the shoe come with a predominantly white leather and mesh upper, which sits atop an all-white air-cushioned midsole. The color palette is offset with the use of pearlescent blue tint along the Swoosh and on the lacing system, contrasting with the otherwise immaculate white colorway. The clean new “Royal Tint” Nike Air Max 90s are available now. –HB

Sporting a clean black finish all the way around, this new release, too, features the shark tooth design along the front, in addition to the familiar side panel overlay and heel strap. adidas and NBHD branding found on the EVA plugs, tongue and heel tab helps tie the look together. This new NEIGHBORHOOD x adidas Originals NMD R1 “Triple Black” version is expected to land at pop-up shops in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Los Angeles on February 24. –HB

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UNDEFEATED x Nike Kobe 1 “Protro”



Woodland camo makes its way onto the majority of the upper while co-branding can be found on the insoles. UNDEFEATED’s signature logo is incorporated on each lateral side in addition to the heels. A subtle contrast is provided on the insoles as they’re treated in orange coloring with black labeling — in-line with UNDEFEATED’s Green/Orange color scheme. The sneaker rests atop a white outsole unit for the final touch to the collaborative colorway. –HB

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Nike ‘Air Max Day’ Releases

Gearing up for this year’s Air Max Day, Nike recently held a special preview event in Shanghai. The exclusive event brought together some of the Air Max line’s biggest collaborators to share their love of the lauded footwear line. Notable attendees included a bunch of high level executives.  Additionally, Nike took the opportunity to unveil some of the most anticipated Air Max Day 2018 drops and releases scheduled for later this year. Read more…

For the latest Air More Uptempo to hit headlines, Nike opts for over-sized “AIR” branding and employs 3M that’s darker than usual. While all-black shoes are almost always a guaranteed sell-out for manufacturers, the Swoosh’s designers decided to put a more forward-thinking spin on this one. The shoe itself is set to retail for $160 come March 17. Previously, the Nike Air More Money launched with the internationally-themed “Global Currency” pack. –HB

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