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The pair’s knit upper and the iconic Boost midsole boast an ethereal white while the heel piece, rear midsole brick and the throat line are detailed with black, shadow-like blocks. Maintaining the heel strap and the printed Three Stripes from the initial design, the look rounds off with a manufacturing-style text embossed on the front midsole brick. Priced at $130, the colorblocked NMD R1 are now available on adidas.com and at select retailers. –HB


Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 “Black”

Much like its neon counterpart, this Off-White™ x Nike AF-1sees technical uppers as it employs a ripstop material matched with synthetic panels. Fused together with taped seams, the shoe also has a deconstructed aesthetic as seen in the tongue, the Swoosh logo stitching, and printed branding at the lateral side and heel. These are out as of yesterday at select Nike Sportswear retailers for $170. –HB

This bold color scheme features shades of dark grey and black across different textured materials including mesh, leather and snakeskin print, rounded out by a black Air Max sole unit. The stealthy palette is interrupted by vivid hits of orange at the middle streak, laces, Swoosh outline and outsole. Stay tuned more details regarding this release which should be dropping in the near future. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Black Reflective”

Nike unveils the Air Max Plus 97 hybrid sneaker in a sleek monochromatic scheme. The latest iteration features an all-over tonal black colorway with reflective accents on the wave-like uppers to boot. As far as construction goes, the shoe is equipped with a leather and mesh upper combination alongside the foam midsole with Max-Air cushioning for unparalleled comfort. Peep the kicks above and cop one now at select retailers for $177. –HB


Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 “Black”

It’s technical design cues surface once more through contrasting stitching, industrial-styled branding on each medial side, and a shifted Nike Sportswear logo on each tongue. Sparse coloring arrives with just two splashes of orange and a subtle blue air bag. At the moment the Off-White™ x Nike Air Max 90 “Black/Black/White-Cone” is expected to arrive this fall for $160 at select Off-White™ and Nike Sportswear retailers. –HB


Nike SB Dunk Hi Premium “Black”

Today the Swoosh’s skateboarding division breaks down its Zoom Dunk High Pro Premium in all-black. It rests atop a black translucent outsole with gold stitching providing a subtle source of contrast. These are expected to arrive soon at select Nike SB retailers and Nike.com. –HB


Nike Air Max 180 “Black/Volt”

Our first look at Nike’s Air Max 180 “Black/Volt” model came last spring, however, with the new iteration recently coming up for retail release, new lifestyle images have surfaced, granting us a better look at this slick rework. Stark black makes up the majority of the shoe, not only blanketing the entire upper but its midsole unit as well. “Volt” landing in the Air unit, heel branding and insole adds subtle, yet sharp tonal contrast, which is then finished off with a translucent outsole. –HB

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