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adidas Originals Continental 80

adidas Originals has released its latest shoe, the Continental 80, as part of its ongoing “YUNG” series. The archival shoe was originally released in the late 1980s — hence the name — and gained popularity lately because of its similarity to the YEEZY Powerphase sneaker. A one-for-one reproduction of the original shoe, it uses a grain leather upper with perforations on the toe box and to the side. The key detail is blue and red trim detail to the side. Take a look through the gallery above to see the adidas Originals Continental 80. –HB


Nike SB Dunk Low TRD “Wolf Grey”

Following up on a sharp black and white Murasaki “Ride Life” edition, Nike SB continues its Dunk Low rollout with a new “Wolf Grey” colorway for its TRD series. This version of the classic silhouette keeps it clean and simple with “Summit White” and “Wolf Grey” hues on a leather and suede upper. A mesh padded tongue gives that signature skateboarding look, white Nike heel embroidery adds a premium touch, and grey laces and outsoles keep the palette in monochrome mode. –HB

Confirmed launch dates have finally emerged for the upcoming Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Presto pack. “The Ten” series continues its expansion as these collaborative Air Prestos — one in all-black and another in all-white — follow the recent launch of a UNC-inspired Air Jordan 1. Each silhouette features the same design cues as the original special-edition Air Presto, including a red zip-tie, industrial branding and shifted logos. These will kick things off in black on July 27, with the white colorway to follow on August 3. –HB

Artistically similar to the “Just Do It” pack, Nike is preparing to release a new rendition of its popular Air Max 97 model, this time spotlighting subtle Nike branding cues all throughout its mudguard area. The new rendition comes dressed in heavy black from top to bottom with traces of “University Red” landing on the tongue and side Swooshes, as well as the heel pull tab. The uppers feature a mix of leather and nylon, which sits snugly atop the Air-centric midsole and rubber outsole combo. A release has not yet been confirmed, so check back for updates. –HB

Nike is set to unleash a new colorway iteration of its popular Air Max 270 silhouette, adding yet another luxe rework to its already-extensive catalog. Last seen in a clean “Triple White” Flyknit variation, this new release sports an “Elemental Gold” motif, complete with white and “Light Bone” accents used to help complement its predominantly rich tonal scheme. Placed below, we see a white midsole and black outsole, along with the model’s signature vertical-style heel bag. Expecteda $150 price tag. –HB


Nike ‘NSW Script’ Air Max 95

Recently Nike added a brand new Nike Sportswear logo to a duo of Air Force 1 Lows. Now the cursive stamp returns with a new canvas, this time in the form of the Air Max 95. With a colorway similar to the aforementioned AF1, this Air Max is dominated in white and complemented by navy and red. The aforementioned navy is added to the sockliner and makes its way down the tongue and lacing. There’s currently no confirmed launch date for this iteration of the Nike Air Max 95; so stay tuned. –HB

Here the entire upper is dipped in black from its mesh upper to the BOOST cushioning found in the midsole. Its original design remains intact thanks to Three Stripes branding on the lateral and medial sides with the addition of its molded EVA midsole plugs. Mint Green is added to the heel’s pull tab to provide contrast to the monochromatic upper and complete the colorway. Retailing for $130, this iteration of the adidas NMD_R1 will launch on July 1 at select adidas retailers. –HB

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