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This offering of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 comes dressed in a Marsh color blocking. It features a Bright Yellow Primeknit upper paired with a Brown sock liner atop a Yellow Boost midsole and translucent outsole.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Zyon’ showcases various woven patterns on the breathable Primeknit upper, executed in a subdued blend of earth tones. The collar is trimmed in neutral grey, while the signature post-dyed monofilament stripe cuts through the sneaker’s lateral side in a dark brown finish. Full-length Boost cushioning is visible through the semi-translucent rubber midsole, reinforced underfoot by a gum rubber outsole.
This offering of the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V3 features a Black and Grey upper composed of monofilament engineered mesh with RPU overlays for structure and durability. The RPU cage has glow-in-the-dark features, along with reflective detailing near the toe area. The PU encapsulated EVA midsole and herringbone rubber outsole completes the design.
Dressed in a Voltage Purple and Court Purple color scheme. This Nike SB Dunk Low features a Purple-based upper highlighted with a Red checkerboard liner.
One pair comes in “Home” Black and another in “Away” White. Both Nike SB Dunk Low offerings swaps the original Yellow and Orange rear and mid-panels for tie-dye patterns. Branded tongues, tie-dye insoles completed with the signature “Raygun” logo embroidered on the heels. completes the design.
Among the first of the several new adidas Yeezy colorways we’re set to see in 2019, the “Inertia” uses a grayscale combination of light and medium tones, allowing the suede, mesh, and leather construction of the heavily paneled upper to take center stage. The shoe’s “Inertia” nickname — and its only bright-colored accents — arrive via two elongated orange ovals on the 700’s signature chunky midsole, which is stuffed full of Boost cushioning to ensure a comfortable fit. A chalky white outsole then completes the look.
Nike SB‘s Dunk High “Strawberry Cough” sparked interest in SB Dunk collectors around the world when it was first previewed back in March, and now the potent, Todd Bratrud-designed style has received its most detailed look yet.
After a successful first Air Jordan 1 “Fearless,” Jordan Brand turns to Parisian Label Maison Château Rouge to provide a unique look for the impressive Air Jordan 1 Mid SE “Fearless.” Designed by Youssouf Fofana, the color-heavy and multiple-fabric-sporting silhouette nods to Youssouf’s African roots. features a patent and smooth leather build done in White paired with Black branding on the tongues and heels atop a matching rubber outsole. Highlighting the shoe are Multicolored Swoosh logos on the sides as well as having two different colored inner tongues.
This offering of the Nike SB Dunk Low was designed by legendary artist Sean Cliver and Todd Bratrud. It features Pink suede and velvet panels with contrasting Red accents on the Swooshes, lining, and laces. Other details includes StrangeLove branding on the tongue and graphic printed insoles. A Pink translucent outsole completes the design.
It surely wasn’t predictable but the Nike Dunk is fully immersed in the spotlight once again, and its striking resurgence has resulted in resell prices of classic styles to skyrocket, as well as spawned a whole new generation of collaborators such as Travis Scott, Ben & Jerry’s, and more to come out of the woodworks.
he Grateful Dead are widely known for their psychedelic music and iconography, most notably two graphic marks: the electric "Steal Your Face" skull, and a chorus of colourful dancing bears (also called Marching Bears). This singular edition of the Dunk Low uses the latter of those two icons as its primary inspiration, with fuzzy faux fur and smooth suede overlays covering the majority of the shoe's upper.
Deceptively understated, the upper arrives entirely hued in a black shade, proffering a versatile visual imprint that’s furthered by the white/grey tooling and the blonded heel tab.