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Nike Air Max 97 ‘Camo Pack’

Offered in an olive green option and a black and grey scheme, this version of the Air Max 97 features a leather and mesh upper with the camo print appearing on the mudguard panel, tongue tab patch and lace trim. The olive green colorway sports white mesh detailing at the upper paneling and tongue, whereas the black and grey pair opts for black mesh tooling. Read more…

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adidas NMD_R1 Logo Centric Update

The popular runner sports a classic black and white colorway with updated branding accents across the upper. A tonal “Core Black” knit upper is accented with contrast adidas Trefoil branding in white at the quarter panel and along the laces. The new logo elements are matched with the usual branding touches at the EVA plug and heel pull tab, while a full-length white BOOST midsole completes the black and white scheme. This is already available overseas and a stateside release is coming soon. –HB

Slated to join the growing lineup later this fall is this multicolored version, using red, white and blue accents to liven up the stark black base. A mesh textile swarms the upper, with the side panel Three Stripes emblem laying claim to the featured color injections. Other key attributes include the red and black EVA inserts, full-length BOOST midsole, and signature branding accents hitting the heel counter/pull tab and tongue. Priced at $130, this new NMD R1 is available now. –HB

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adidas Seoul Olympics Exclusive UltraBOOST

This new rework features a clean white Primeknit-fashioned upper with vibrant pops of color landing along the heel and tongue tab. Bold punches of both red and blue — respectful of the South Korean flag — adds ample contrast to an otherwise simple palette. Signature Three Stripes branding found on the side, along with a full-length BOOST midsole sitting below completes the commemorative look. Although price has still yet to be confirmed, these will release on September 28 in limited quantities. –HB

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Nike Air Max 270 “Burgundy Crush”

The latest version sees the sneaker wrapped in an “Atmosphere Grey” upper, which extends down to the midsole unit. This muted palette is then offset with the addition of details in light blue and “Burgundy Crush.” The blue tone is used on three Swooshes, as well as 270 branding on the medial side and tongue. The “Burgundy Crush” touches appear on the lace loops, sole unit and heel tab. Take a look at the new colorway above, and head over to the Nike web store. –HB

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Nike React Element 55 “Racer Blue”

After arriving in a string of colorways — including the classic “Triple Black” — Nike’s React Element 55 silhouette has now been given a “Racer Blue” update. This understated upper is then offset by the “Racer Blue” detailing that gives the colorway its name. This color appears on the large Swoosh, as well as the tongue branding and signature React midsole accents. These will release in Asia on September 20 before getting a worldwide release later this year. -HB

Originally released in June, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” features a “University Blue” smooth nubuck upper with contrasting black laces, netting, soles, and heel tabs. Elsewhere a hit of red can be found on the inner lining while the back of the heels see “Cactus Jack” and Air Jordan co-branding. Though it was a hit shoe over the summer, Travis Scott‘s collaborative Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” silhouette was recently spotted at a Nike outlet. See more via Hypebeast.

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