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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 180 “Black/Volt”

A brand new iteration of the Nike retro runner has since surfaced, this time dressed in the popular all-black color scheme. The uppers combine textural elements comprised of nubuck, mesh, and ripstop nylon with contrasting hits of color used to liven up the somber palette. Grey can be found landing on the tongue branding, while bold pops of “Volt” freshen up the Air bag, heel and insole imagery. Price and drop date still has yet to be revealed, so be sure to check back for updates. –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

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Nike M2K Tekno

Back in February we shared what appeared to be a collaborative Nike Air Monarch alongside John Elliott. Today, official images have surfaced of the retouched “dad shoe.” The chunky model share “Phantom,” “Oil,” grey, matte silver and “Hyper Crimson” throughout. Apparently, the shoe isn’t an Elliott collab and is currently slated for a release in women’s sizing. Dubbed the Nike M2K Tekno, it’ll arrive on May 19 for a retail price of $100 at select Nike retailers. –HB

adidas reveals another colorway for its F/22 sneaker. The shoe blends influences from retro adidas Originals designs, drawing inspiration from water moccasin-style shoes for the close-fitting, breathable upper (knit from sweat-wicking merino wool) and trail runners for the chunky, textured outsole. Elevating the new design are bright hits of color, with rich orange laces complementing the accents on the elastic ankle opening, with monotone detailing appearing throughout the rest of the shoe. –HB

Jordan Brand has continued to re-release some of the most famous models, this time with the “Satin Shattered Backboard” colorway. As the name suggests, this shoe uses satin on the tooling and swoosh, with the rest of the model using a premium tumbled leather. The difference between this and the original release is the orange translucent outsole. These will be available in May from selected retailers. –HB

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adidas F/22 Primeknit Runner

Dubbed the F/22, the hybrid shoe gives way to a one-piece Primeknit-Constructed upper in black and white with a bright orange heel tab, a white functional arch support overlay on the medial side and a decorative black patch sitting opposite on the lateral side. Sitting directly below is a durable Continental rubber outsole featuring aggressive treads, proving optimal for all kinds of terrain types. More on these soon. –HB

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