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Hall of Fame Holiday 2014 Video Lookbook

Hall Of Fame previews their Holiday 2014 campaign with a short video featuring Pro BMX athlete Ralphy Ramos. The film was shot in the streets of East Bushwick, NY. Multi talented Photographer/Director Akira Ruiz is able to capture rarely seen visuals and some death defying stunts considering that riding dirt bikes in the streets of New York City is illegal. Special thanks to Ralphy Ramos, Workout Stunts, Rello, Paul Wall, Alex and Hectic.

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Nike KD7 “On The Road”

The latest variation of Nike’s KD7 is inspired by road games for the Oklahoma City Thunder forward. As such, Nike’s latest campaign for the KD7 takes a look at Kevin Durant‘s journey on the road. On away trips, Durant makes sure to get in an extra half-hour session of shooting before games. ”Quieting a crowd on the road with a big shot is one of the best parts of basketball,” he says in a new Nike Basketball visual. ”That’s what I love the most. hitting the dagger shot or hitting the game winner, going out there and just dominating, that’s what life is about on the road.” The KD7 “On the Road” will be available on Nike’s website and at select retail locations globally on October 23rd.

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Air Jordan 1 Mid Black/White-Gym Red

The iconic shoe gets an updated color treatment, this time with a premium black upper and a contrasting white swoosh, in addition to gym red accents on the toe box, tongue and outsole. The shoe features an Air-Sole unit for maximum cushioning, while the full-grain leather and smooth nubuck upper provide enhanced durability. Priced at $122, the Air Jordan 1 Mid Black/White-Gym Red is now available at Kinetics.

Nike continues its celebrations of White Men Can’t Jump related sneakers for Fall/Winter 2014. After recently dropping the Air Force Command, the brand presents this weekend Sidney Deane’s colorway of the Nike Air Flight Lite. The high top vintage basketball sneaker comes in a white leather version with accents set in metallic silver, orange, yellow and peach. For the nostalgic ones among you, you can pick these up right now from Packer Shoes.

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Both the Super.Fly 3 and the Air Jordan VI play canvases to Slam Dunk storyboards. The likeness of protagonist Hanamichi Sakuragi can be found matted across the paneled upper of the AJ VI, highlighting moments of his rise in the 31-volume series and cleverly plotting the number ’10′ in place of Jordan’s signature ’23′. For the court-ready Super.Fly 3, Jordan Brand tapped Inoue to create a modern vision of Sakuragi, with the prints seen across the upper never to be published outside of the shoe. With endless details abound in this rare collaboration, pick up the Slam Dunk x Jordan Brand footwear at worldwide Jordan retailers beginning November 1st.

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Nike Air Trainer 1 Low White/Black-Red

After revolutionizing the trainer last month with the Zoom Hypercross, here we find Nike tapping its vault to appease throwback aficionados with a new colorway of the Air Trainer 1 Low. The silhouette that arguably began the whole ‘cross-training’ genre looks especially timeless here, executed with a paneled white, black, and grey leather upper. A black forefoot wrap matches the black Swoosh at the midfoot, both of which are offset by red hits at the tongue, midsole, and heel panel. Look for this release from select Nike retailers including Germany’s Afew now.

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Air Jordan XX9 “River Walk”

After taking an initial look at the latest colorway from Air Jordan‘s modern generation, here we take a closer look at the vibrant AJ XX9 “River Walk.” This court-ready silhouette is executed with a bold magenta-to-blue gradient mesh upper, contrasted nicely with a stark Jumpman logo at the rear. These features rest atop an athletic black midsole and a crisp ‘ice blue’ outsole, adding a timeless feel to this offering from Jordan Brand. Channel your inner champion and pick this pair up online or at select Jordan retailers beginning October 25.

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Designing super clean basic stuff for The Hundreds’ cut & sew affiliate Public Label is a dream come true for its lead designer, Patrick Hill. For the past four years, Hill has been at the helm of the company, steering its minimalist direction. His unique approach is drawn from his own style and an urge to fill a void in the market with what he calls “timeless non-branded basics.” Hill recently sat down with The Hundreds’ blog to chat about the Public Label brand, his own inspirations and creating super basic, clean clothing and rad jackets.

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Nike follows up their “Barkroot” Air Trainer SC with a new iteration done up in appropriate fall colors. Constructed with a leather upper, the premium edition of the bulky high-top features a contrasting color palette throughout, including a digi-camo print along the tongue and side panels. Hits of “Team Red” and “Hyper Crimson” finish off the latest edition of the Swoosh’s famed silhouette. Available now, you can pick up a pair for yourself from Concepts.

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Nike SB Dunk Mid Pro “Halloween”

As we move through October, Nike SB celebrates the forthcoming Halloween action with a festive new colorway of the classic Dunk Mid Pro. Here we find the sneaker primed to fit even Jack The Ripper – smartly executed with weather-resistant leather and ripstop throughout the upper. These murdered-out features rest atop a black midsole, orange outsole, and orange hits at the tongue and strap. At the interior, an animated pumpkin head insole sets the tone for this sneaker. Look for this release at retailers such as Premier now.

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Nike Roshe Run “Midnight Navy”

Nike‘s highly coveted Roshe Run silhouette is now available in yet another colorway “Midnight Navy”. The sleek running shoe gets an all over color treatment in dark navy, which gives the shoe a somewhat minimal look compared to some of the other colorways that have been released. Priced at $115, look out for the Nike Roshe Run “Midnight Navy” at select stockists including Afew-Store.

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