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The “Speckle Pack” sees white, black and red pairs of the soft textile-mesh wrapped NMD R1 pair up with premium touches of suede and contrasting sole plugs that are set off with the all-new speckle print. Suede also appears on the heel and is overlayed with the classic NMD rubberized heel tab and pull tab, which features text that continues to wrap around and define the sleek silhouette. Read more…

Following an abrupt release during Travis Scott’s GRAMMY performance, Jordan Brand is now gearing up for another release of the Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack.” Expressing the tones associated with La Flame’s signature aesthetic, the upper features a mix of brown nubuck and white leather accented by an interesting backward Swoosh design. The upper also comes complete with a hidden stash pocket at the stitched ankle collar. Priced at $175, these are set to re-release May 3rd. –HB

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Nike Air Max 98 “La Mezcla”

A melting pot of races, ethnicities, and cultures, Serrano wished to highlight the key component that makes the Big Apple what it is today: its population. Reflecting this sentiment is the shoe’s gradient upper, comprised of different skin tones. Dashes of mint green found on the Swooshes, the tongue logo and the laces on one side is a tribute to the Statue of Liberty, complemented by a grey cracked leather mudguard — a reference to NYC’s urban streets. These will release globally in April. –HB

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Air Jordan 1 “Panda”

The AJ1 “Panda” is executed in monochrome (like its namesake animal) with alternating black and white panels blending fur (black) with grain leather (white). A black outsole, sockliner and laces keep the shoe understated, while the white “AIR JORDAN” badge offers a splash of contrast against the rear patch of fuzz. A normal “NIKE AIR” tag on the tongue completes the playful design. Keep it locked in for the release next month for $160. –HB

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Nike Air Max 90 “Mars Landing”

Nike is blasting off once again to outer space with the latest edition of the Air Max 90. The upper is coated in a graphic inspired by the aforementioned planet’s surface with darker shades of orange and red spread throughout. Black is also found along the upper and matches its speckled midsole. Lastly, the tongue and heel’s Nike Air patches are done in steel grey to finalize the colorway. ThIS arrives on March 16 for $160. –HB

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YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Trfrm”

adidas have given an official look at the upcoming YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Trfrm.” The sneaker comes in a tonal grey colorway across the upper and part of the midsole. This colorway is offset by an orange-tinged sole unit and heel tab, with the eye-catching color also used on the silhouette’s side stripe. Similarly to the “Hyperspace,” the “Trfrm” colorway is also set to get a regional-specific release. The shoe priced at $220 will launch exclusively in Europe, Russia and Ukraine on March 16th. –HB

The third iteration once again references when MJ shattered a backboard while dunking during a Nike exhibition tour back in 1985. It features a smooth black leather base accented by orange overlays and perforated toeboxes. Branding on the shoe comes in the form of midfoot Swooshes, Wings motifs at the ankle and “Nike Air” tongue tags. Elevating the upper is a vintage sail midsole paired with a contrasting black rubber outsole. Priced at $160, these are set to release October 4th. –HB

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