adidas has joined the millennial pink wave by adding a pink EVA insert to the NMD_CS2. The silhouette has a dark gray camouflage cover while baby pink hits the anklet and midsole insert. The sock-fit construction of the model makes it perfect for everyday wear and tear. There’s also a white BOOST midsole sitting atop a translucent gum outsole for added comfort. This colorway is a women’s exclusive that arrives with a “Brick Red” companion for men.
You can cop the subtle sneakers on July 13 for $180 USD at adidas retailers everywhere.
The PUMA Basket Platform has just received its wildest makeover to date. Gearing up for the colder months ahead, the sports brand has reworked the popular silhouette with a fall-ready ”Olive Night” colorway.
Featuring a black base color, the upper of the shoe is covered entirely with a safari-esque pattern in metallic green. Matching military greens hit the suede heel tab and the laces, while the tongue branding gets draped in bronze. All these sit atop a chunky, white midsole that’ll give you that extra bit of height. Scroll through above to take a closer look at this pair.
You can now cop “Olive Night” for £84.99 GBP (approximately $110 USD) at select PUMA retailers, such as OFFICE.
They said “Sea Fog” was the new millennial pink, but it doesn’t appear that our favorite color is going anywhere fast. Case in point: adidas Originals is dropping the EQT Support RF in a perfectly pastel tone of “Icey Pink.”
This women’s-only model features a peachy-pink mesh upper with nubuck and synthetic overlays that contrast in black and white. Finished off with tonal laces, a clean white EVA midsole, a gum outsole and black Three Stripe branding on the side, this contemporary feminine take on the classic ’90s runner style is a must-have for summer. Cop the “Icey Pink” now at retailers like END. for $109 USD.
Riding the wave of the millennial pink trend, Nike now updates the Air Force 1 Low with a pastel “Sunset Tint” colorway. Constructed with a breathable Flyknit upper, the classic silhouette sees a soft pink upper with matching laces. Complementing the peachy color scheme are neutral, beige accents on the leather heel tab, as well as Swoosh’s signature branding on the side panel. All these sit atop a clean, white midsole. Take a closer look at this pair by scrolling through above.
Retailing at €161.91 EUR (approximately $180 USD), you can now shop “Sunset Tint” at select Nike accounts, such as Titolo.
There’s nothing like having an old colorway return – it’s a chance to own history that you might not otherwise be able to cop without eBay’s help. On July 6, Nike is re-dropping the Air Max 97 “Platinum/Marina Blue.”
The models harks back to 2010, and it’s basically a “Silver Bullet” trimmed with blue accents. It covers the Swoosh on the lateral side and along the translucent sole unit. The blue descends down to the outsole too.
“Platinum/Marina Blue” returns in women’s sizing on July 6 online and at Nike retailers worldwide.
Don’t expect the pink wave to stop anytime soon, and if you aren’t already on it you can look to ASICS for an option. The footwear brand serves up the Onitsuka Tiger GSM in “Evening Sand” — it’s pink-on-pink, just the way we like it.
The silhouette is soft to the touch in suede dressed in a rosy hue, which also covers every other inch of the shoe starting with the laces and ending with the textured midsole and sole. Pale yellow branding on the tongue is the only exception here. Cop this Onitsuka Tiger GSM at stockists like Titolo for $120 USD.
If you’re looking for more pink, peep the cotton candy-like NAKED x Onitsuka Tiger GSM.
Skateboard legend Na-Kel Smith has teamed up with adidas for a romantic take on the Matchcourt Slip-On. The low-top arrives in solid black and blooms a bushel of “Scarlett” roses on its upper. To endure the high-energy sport, Three Stripes covers the toe cap in solid rubber to protect the skater’s foot. As an accent, the insole is colored in light lavender to maintain the garden theme.
If you like what you see, cop this pair now for $70 USD at Premier.