Wednesday, June 7, 2017


adidas Basketball Looks to Turn Heads With Crazy Explosive 2017 Primeknit
adidas Basketball‘s Crazy Explosive silhouette has just received an upgrade. Stripping away all unnecessary material from its previous design, the Crazy Explosive 2017 Primeknit hosts a sock-like upper. Its first colorway keeps things clean with a white-based upper which is contrasted by black coloring on its Three Stripes logo. The model rests atop a comfortable BOOST midsole which is housed within its translucent outsole.
The adidas Crazy Explosive 2017 Primeknit is expected to drop soon at select adidas Basketball locations and online.
Nike SB and WKND Team Up on a Clean Blazer Mid Rework
Nike SB has recruited Los Angeles-based skateboard brand WKND for a clean update of the SB Blazer Mid. The collaboration, the first between the two brands, is inspired by neighborhood baseball games and comes in a supple leather upper in off-white. The sneaker also has Nike Zoom Air cushioning to maximize its comfort, and both a subtle, embroidered Swoosh as well as a Nike rework of WKND’s logo on the heel.
The WKND x Nike SB Blazer Mid’s are dropping on June 15 from the Nike web store, and are set to cost £80 GBP (around $100 USD). You can also check out some other Nike SB pieces for spring/summer including its pink hat or the Dunk Low Pro “Wheat” colorway.
The Nike SF Air Force 1 Mid Is Set to Receive A "Neutral Olive" Look
After unveiling a black colorway of the SF Air Force 1 Mid, Nike recently revealed a clean ivory and olive look of its new Air Force 1 model. This time around the military-inspired model’s upper features a premium leather and canvas ivory tone which is complemented by a contrasting olive rubber sole. Military-style tagging found on the lateral heel, gusseted tongue, rope lacing, ankle strap and heel zippers round up the design of the shoe. No official release info just yet, but look for the “Neutral Olive” SF Air Force 1 Mid to be released online and at select Nike retailers in July.
For more Nike news, check out Travis Scott in the sneaker giant’s Air VaporMax “Day to Night” collection campaign.
Nike Gives the Air Max 90 a Premium "Phantom" Makeover
The always classic Air Max 90 is back this month in a new premium makeup. Highlighted by a predominately “Phantom” colorway, the design makes use of a mesh base with suede overlays throughout, coupling shades of off-white and light grey with a contrasting white midsole and khaki-colored hits to the Swoosh outline, heel, lining, and tongue branding badge. Finally, a gum rubber outsole keeps in theme with the neutral color palette.
The AM90 Premium “Phantom” is available now from NSW spots like Packer Shoes.
adidas Originals Gazelle Super Turns 30 and Celebrates With A "Vintage White" Throwback Model
To help commemorate its 30th anniversary, the cult favorite adidas Originals Gazelle Super model is being reissued in this “Vintage White” iteration. Nostalgic in appearance and in sentiment, the first Super silhouette made its 1987 debut in the former Yugoslavia and has since climbed the ranks elevating itself into bonafide classic territory. In an honorary nod to its storied timeline, the retro runner is a one-to-one reissue of its inaugural design. The shoe itself features a black and white leather constructed upper with signature Three Stripes, adidas and Gazelle branding found on the side. Rounding out the throwback design is the rubber outsole and Trefoil logo hitting the heel area.
In other sneaker news, catch another look at the OVO Jordan Trunner LX.

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