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With Halloween just around the corner and Nike themselves not yet ready to tap into some of their celebratory legends out of the vault, it’s up to customizers to take matters into their own hands with one of the best — The Shoe Surgeon — doing just that as he perfectly translates the iconic “Freddy” Dunk Low onto the Air Jordan 1.
Unlike his previous works, the creative showcased some surprising restraint, doing little to the upper in the way of reptilian modifications or extremely luxurious upgrades. Uppers pay homage in what is a shot-for-shot remake: panels along the upper are doused in the distressed brown tone, splattered by various hits of blood across the heel wrap, vamp, and toe; adjacent, the underlying base bears a texture and striped pattern uncannily resemblant of the series villain.
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Metallic swooshes, solid-colored tongues, off-white midsoles, and almost everything else arrive right in time for this year’s celebrations. Take a detailed look at resemblant pair just right below and expect them to go live at theshoesurgeon.com on October 31st.
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The meteoric rise of the adidas Yeezy can be attributed to one particular shoe – the Yeezy Boost 350 v2. This ever-growing crowd-pleaser has led the way for Kanye’s surge in the footwear market as pairs continued to be snatched up on release date without a single pair left behind. 2019 was undoubtedly a banner year for the 350 as we saw countless styles hit the market, and it’s clear that 2020 is looking to excel beyond expectations as nine different colorways are said to be in the works.
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According to @pyleaks, these nine new colorways are largely monochromatic, keeping in stride with the tonal look that the Yeezy 350 has championed. We can expect “EARTH”, “MARSH” (Marshmallow also being a possible alternative), and “TAILGT” (likely short for Tailgate). Two variations in Black are also in the pipeline, as well as four other colorways that have yet to be revealed.
It’s also not clear if the style of the 350 v2 is the contemporary iterations with the transparent stripe, or its predecessor with the full knit construction. It’s absolutely clear that the adidas Yeezy 350 will once again rule the world of sneakers as it continues to go toe-to-toe with the Air Jordan 1 as the most popular sneaker among enthusiasts. The real debate is if Kanye will ever truly jump over the Jumpman as he prophesied in 2012’s “New God Flow”. This all said, there’s still plenty of Yeezys coming in 2019 – all of which can be seen in our Yeezy release preview.
Travis Scott’s devotion to his roots shines through once again in his next collaboration with Nike and the Air Force 1 Low. While his previous hometown homage focused largely on Houston with an Oilers-themed colorway, this creative spin on the AF1 takes things a bit closer as it recalls his upbringing at his grandmother’s countryside house in Missouri City, TX. Call-outs to those cities exist on the snaps on the heels, while the shoe as a whole is built with materials that reflect the workwear gear that he was accustomed to wearing.
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Canvas, suede, corduroy, leather, and flannels make up the eclectic panels, while a completely removable tongue with heavy brass zipper furthers the outdoors theme of the release. The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 is confirmed to release on November 16th in full family sizes. The adult pair will retail for $160. Official images are just ahead, so take a look and stay tuned for further release details and a store list.
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In today’s popular fashion scene, it seems everything Jerry Lorenzo touches turns to gold and the same can largely be said for his debut Nike collaborations. While spawning quite a few in homage to his favorites, the designer is now returning to what started it all with the Air Fear of God 1 “Oatmeal.” A return to form in both choice and color, the pair is a simple arrangement not too far off from the “Sail” colorway of the early editions.
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Uppers dress tonally just the same with lighter colors arriving by way of the cages, swooshes, sole units, and toe caps. The latter of which, due in part to its distinct leather materials, adds a note of lifestyle luxury relative to the rest of the construction’s basketball influence. Smooth walls at the bottom and clean rope laces dose in a refinement akin the Fear of God head’s mainline while cages act in support of the both structure and visual dimension. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it arriving at select retailers and Nike.com on November 2nd.
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Most known for the Drop Type LX and its slew of prototyped staples, Nike’s N.354 series is now starting to branch out of its preconceived box with a little help from material specialist Gore-Tex. Once outfitting the Nomad jackets of Visvim and then going on to improve the mountain parka template with The North Face, the enduring choice of fabrication is now trending across almost every footwear brand with the Swoosh showing putting up the biggest display of affection. Dubbed the React GTX, the pair rethinks 2018’s iconic Element 87, giving it a much sleeker profile with sole units chiseled into the shape of other performance runners.
Lower halfs shroud in a matte, waterproof coating, dyed in black in close shade to the top line’s arrangement of navy tones. Pull tabs double up for added intrigue, panel slightly separate at the topmost eyehole, and neon orange hues help the branding of both partners full stand out. Find close-up looks just below, and if you’re interesting in picking up a pair for the snowy or rainy months ahead, expect them to arrive at retailers and Nike.com on November 1st.
Arriving hot off the heels of their exclusive collaboration for atmoscon, the Three Stripes and atmos are back at it again for another joint project involving the adidas NMD R1. Shedding its recent snakeskin exteriors and glow-in-the-dark enhancements, the lifestyle runner reverts back to a palette signature to that of the original NMD colorway. Upper constructions are comprised of a full black Primeknit, and contrasted with a trio of patriotic stripes branding, in addition to a red heel cap and dotted laces.
Staying consistent with its past collaborations, this newest offering features oversized adidas branding printed in white lettering atop the toe box. Grab a closer look here below, and expect these to drop in-store at their Tokyo locations on November 2nd for ￥16,000 (approx. $148).
The Nike Air Force 1‘s reworks are almost always reserved for women, with the Jester and Vandalized collections being some of the most adventurous the model has seen in recent memory. Despite slowly dialing it back to more OG standings as we arrive closer to 2020, Beaverton has given the iconic model one last touch-up of nylon materials. Three parts the total, the pack is a vibrant in lifestyle make-ups with the enduring fabrication only elevating its wearability and utility in harsher weather.
Maroon, Cargo Green, and Soft Pinks all make up the trio of sleek creations, with sole units raised just slightly as it just barely wraps around the circumference of the entire construction. Grab a detailed look at each of their tonal dressed colorways as well as their contrast stitching right here and find it rolling out to select retailers and likely Nike.com on November 1st.
The Nike Air More Uptempo – a classic silhouette from the Swoosh’s 90s era – is kicking off the month of November for the little ones with a brand new two-toned colorway upgraded with bold modifications. Taking its already bulky and flashy constructions to an even higher level, the basketball-turned-lifestyle model remixes its iconic “AIR” logos with a generous dose of reptilian character.
Overlays now find themselves presented with shimmery iridescent scales, followed by metallic gold hits rimming its oversized lettering for further contrasting. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, they will be releasing tomorrow, November 1st for $75 (Toddlers), $95 (Little Kids), and $130 (Grade School) on Nike.com and at select retailers. Capture an official look here below before you secure your pair.