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Nike Air Max 95 “Overbranded”

The sneaker’s leather and mesh upper has been reworked in a bold “Total Orange” colorway, which sits atop a full-length white sole unit. This colorway is offset with black branding all over the shoe, including “Nike” written up the lacing unit and multiple Swooshes on the tongue. Rxpect it to hit the Nike web store on November 21. –HB

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Nike Air Max 98 “University Red”

Starting from the top, this Air Max features a white mesh upper with red leather paneling and red nubuck mudguards. The contrast two-tone look is maintained throughout the entire sneaker with red ribbon accents at the lacing system and heel pull tab, as well as a white midsole and red outsole combo. Branding arrives via tonal embroidered Air insignia at the heel and mini Swooshes on the red leather panels, while a strip of 3M reflective material traces around the entire shoe at mid-height. -HB

adidas Originals has now revealed a full pack of silhouettes featuring the graphic. As well as the ZX500, the new pack also features logo-centric takes on the Deerupt Runner, EQT Support ADV Mid, EQT Support 91/18, NMD_Racer PK, Crazy BYW X, the P.O.D. System and the football-influenced Sobakov. All eight of the silhouettes come in an all black colorway with colorful contrasting tongue-tabs. Read more…

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Air Jordan 1 Yellow “Not For Resale”

Here, this black, white and yellow-colored Air Jordan 1 features a large ”NOT FOR RESALE” text on its midsole, in addition to “NO PHOTOS” embroidered on the heels, “WEAR ME” on the tongues, “PLEASE CREASE” on its toeboxes, and ”NO L’S” on the insoles. Lastly, the upper comes constructed with soft tumbled leather, while the silhouette itself sits at the preferred high-top height. These will be landing at select Jordan Brand retailers November 14 for $160. –HB

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Nike Air Huarache Zip

Over the years we’ve seen a fair share of makeovers placed on the Nike Air Huarache. From removable shrouds to zippers and straps, the newer Air Huarache Zip is back with a trio of new colorways. The sportswear silhouette makes a subtle comeback in “Black/White,” “Purple/White” and “Yellow/White.” Its construction remains true to its original design with a neoprene bootie, subtle overlays and signature heel counter. Read more…

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Nike Air Max 97 ‘Anthracite Gold’

The Nike Air Max 97 has surely seen its fair share of releases in 2018. As the year comes to a close, Nike blacks out the sleek runner with a small dose of anthracite on its midsole. The full-length Air Max unit matches the tonal upper with metallic gold accents shared on the Swoosh logos. Lastly, the simple colorway is finalized thanks to 3M reflective accents throughout the upper’s piping. These are currently available for $170 at select Nike Sportswear locations. –HB

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Nike Element 55 “Team Red”

The Nike React Element 55 is back with a new colorway. The non-translucent version of the model sports “Team Red” this time around with black and white added to its heel taping and foam sole unit, respectively. On the tongue, you’ll find a lighter shade of red that’s met with a slightly darker hue found on the midsole’s plugs. Lastly, the lateral side and heel’s Swoosh logo is dipped in reflective silver for a final dose pop tones. –HB

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