Nike Air Max 97 “Anthracite/Racer Blue” // Available Now

The iconic Nike Air Max 97 silhouette returns and this time its coming in a smooth and stylish “Anthracite/Racer Blue” color scheme.

Featuring a tonal black upper, this iteration of the AM97 sits atop of a white midsole with the sneaker’s full-length signature Air Max unit. The blackness of the silhouette is accented by a single racer blue patent leather stripe that wraps around the entire sneaker.

Available now for $160, you can pick up the Nike Air Max 97 “Anthracite/Racer Blue” from www. cialis 20m tabalafil.

 

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After yesterday’s date was postponed, Drake played his first Toronto show tonight as part of his Aubrey and the Three Migos tour. During his set, he brought out Travis Scott for a performance of Astroworld’s “Sicko Mode.” Later in the show, Drake said a few words in honor of his hometown. Watch it below.

For last week’s tour kick off show, Drake and Migos performed “Walk It Talk It” and “Versace” together for the first time. Drake also did his Scorpion collab with Michael Jackson “Don’t Matter to Me” and sang a cover of Jackson’s 1979 track “Rock With You.” Last night, Travis Scott performed “Sicko Mode” and “Stop Trying To Be God” with James Blake at the 2018 MTV VMAs. He recently announced a North American trek behind his new LP.

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A Closer Look at the Off-White™ x Nike Blazer “Spooky Pack”

After a slew of leaked images, we now have a closer look at Virgil Abloh and Nike‘s highly-anticipated Off-White™ x Blazer “Spooky Pack.”

First seen months back, the duo is said to be centered around Halloween with the orange pair dubbed the "All Hallows Eve," while the black pair is named the "Grim Reaper." Serving as another one of Abloh’s reworks on the vintage court model, the upcoming pack sports tonal color on its multi-material upper, which is then dominated by a translucent Flymesh panel. Accenting the upper is Abloh’s signature industrial medial text, large contrast Swooshes, tacked patch and zip-tie embellishment. Finally the tonal color choice continues on the simple sole unit that serves carries the lower portion of the Swoosh and elevates the shoe.

No official word just yet, but rumors are noting that the duo that make up the Off-White™ x Nike Blazer “Spooky Pack” is set to release September 15 and September 22. Check out the closer look above and stay tuned for more details.

In case you missed it, also catch a closer look at Serena Williams’ Off-White™ x Nike "QUEEN" collection.

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adidas Reworks the Sobakov in “Clear Orange”

Since its initial reveal earlier this summer, the adidas Sobakov has surfaced in a clean white/gum color scheme, while also having undergone a collaborative refresh at the hands of Bodega. New to the lineup, is this “Clear Orange” palette, giving the soccer-inspired silhouette a vibrant lifestyle makeover.

The uppers, in its statement pinkish/orange hue, takes on a woven knit construction, which is then offset by the core black heel-wrapping Three Stripes logo. A grooved “Crystal White” sole unit, complete with an adidas brand patch resting on the outsole rounds out the new rendition. Set to a retail price of $120 USD, you can look for this new Sobakov at select adidas stockists sometime in September.

In other sneaker news, here is a closer look at the Off-White™ x Nike Blazer “Spooky Pack.”

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Nike Air Max Deluxe Gets the “Triple Black” Treatment With a Side of Bronze

With a Skepta collaboration in the pipeline, Nike‘s Air Max Deluxe is already primed for a big comeback this season, and the new "Triple Black" rendition seen above is more testament to the retro model’s potential.

This version of the Air Max Deluxe features signature elements such as stitch-patterned mesh upper and Air Max sole unit, all of which are murdered-out in black. A touch of metallic bronze gives the all-black look a slick remix, while glossy, tonal branding keeps everything stealthy.

Stay tuned for the official release date of this Air Max Deluxe colorway and share your thoughts in the comments below. For more tonal sneakers, check out the NEIGHBORHOOD x adidas Kamanda models.

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Nike Reveals Another Upcoming UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 Colorway

Following up their debut React Element 87 colorways, UNDERCOVER and Nike recently unveiled another new look for the popular runner.

Continuing the colorful mix of tones already seen, the latest colorway from Jun Takahashi highlights the stripped-down aesthetic of the React Element 87 with a bold mix of volt, red and blue. The mashup of bright colors offers a contrast that separates the translucent TPE yarn base from the exposed stitching, exterior heel taping and trail-style laces found on the upper. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a solid blue take on Nike’s newly-developed, drilled React sole unit, complete with grey rubber embedded segments.

Still no release notes for the highly-anticipated collaboration, but take a look at the latest UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 colorway above.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at PSNY’s Nike Air Force 1 set.

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Nike Reveals Another Upcoming UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 Colorway

Following up their debut React Element 87 colorways, UNDERCOVER and Nike recently unveiled another new look for the popular runner.

Continuing the colorful mix of tones already seen, the latest colorway from Jun Takahashi highlights the stripped-down aesthetic of the React Element 87 with a bold mix of volt, red and blue. The mashup of bright colors offers a contrast that separates the translucent TPE yarn base from the exposed stitching, exterior heel taping and trail-style laces found on the upper. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a solid blue take on Nike’s newly-developed, drilled React sole unit, complete with grey rubber embedded segments.

Still no release notes for the highly-anticipated collaboration, but take a look at the latest UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 colorway above.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at PSNY’s Nike Air Force 1 set.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST



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Nike Reveals Another Upcoming UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 Colorway

Following up their debut React Element 87 colorways, UNDERCOVER and Nike recently unveiled another new look for the popular runner.

Continuing the colorful mix of tones already seen, the latest colorway from Jun Takahashi highlights the stripped-down aesthetic of the React Element 87 with a bold mix of volt, red and blue. The mashup of bright colors offers a contrast that separates the translucent TPE yarn base from the exposed stitching, exterior heel taping and trail-style laces found on the upper. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a solid blue take on Nike’s newly-developed, drilled React sole unit, complete with grey rubber embedded segments.

Still no release notes for the highly-anticipated collaboration, but take a look at the latest UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 colorway above.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at PSNY’s Nike Air Force 1 set.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST



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Nike Reveals Another Upcoming UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 Colorway

Following up their debut React Element 87 colorways, UNDERCOVER and Nike recently unveiled another new look for the popular runner.

Continuing the colorful mix of tones already seen, the latest colorway from Jun Takahashi highlights the stripped-down aesthetic of the React Element 87 with a bold mix of volt, red and blue. The mashup of bright colors offers a contrast that separates the translucent TPE yarn base from the exposed stitching, exterior heel taping and trail-style laces found on the upper. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a solid blue take on Nike’s newly-developed, drilled React sole unit, complete with grey rubber embedded segments.

Still no release notes for the highly-anticipated collaboration, but take a look at the latest UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 colorway above.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at PSNY’s Nike Air Force 1 set.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST



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Nike Reveals Another Upcoming UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 Colorway

Following up their debut React Element 87 colorways, UNDERCOVER and Nike recently unveiled another new look for the popular runner.

Continuing the colorful mix of tones already seen, the latest colorway from Jun Takahashi highlights the stripped-down aesthetic of the React Element 87 with a bold mix of volt, red and blue. The mashup of bright colors offers a contrast that separates the translucent TPE yarn base from the exposed stitching, exterior heel taping and trail-style laces found on the upper. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a solid blue take on Nike’s newly-developed, drilled React sole unit, complete with grey rubber embedded segments.

Still no release notes for the highly-anticipated collaboration, but take a look at the latest UNDERCOVER x React Element 87 colorway above.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at PSNY’s Nike Air Force 1 set.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST



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Nike PSNY AF1

August 16, 2018 – Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne are no strangers to fusing seemingly disparate elements of street and high fashion. Their brand, the award-winning Public School, is predicated on the energy of their hometown, New York City, and its style diversity. Born from this environment, the duo’s interpretation of fashion includes recognizing a few tried-and true-standards, like Nike’s 1982 classic, the Air Force One.


To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the AF1 last year, Chow and Osborne created an all-new high version of the shoe by deconstructing low, mid and high models and using the unaltered pattern parts to reconstruct their own vision of the icon. That shoe, the PSNY AF1, will launch in three colorways (black, white and grey) at PSNY’s pop-up space on 3 Howard Street, New York, on September 4. A global release follows on September 5.

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Sheryl Swoopes Air Swoopes II Returns

When Nike’s Air Swoopes dropped in 1995, Sheryl Swoopes became the first woman to get a signature Nike basketball shoe and the second athlete behind Michael Jordan to have an eponymous model.

The shoe’s beginnings can actually be traced back to the 1970s, when Nike took a serious interest in collegiate women’s basketball programs (the WNBA wouldn’t exist for another 20 years). In 1983, the brand sponsored some 30 collegiate women’s teams.

By the time the WNBA was born in 1996, eight teams played in the league’s inaugural season, and it was clear no player was more deserving of a signature shoe than Sheryl Swoopes. The star forward was the first player signed to the WNBA, and the only one to have a triple-double in a playoff game. She helped lead the Houston Comets, Seattle Storm, Tulsa Shock and three U.S. gold-medal teams (she wore her Nike Air Swoopes II in the 1996 Atlanta games). Between 1993 and 2011, Swoopes received numerous accolades, including the ESPY’s Best Female College Basketball Player, WNBA Defensive Player of the Year and the WNBA’s Top 15 Players of All Time.

In the late ’90s, Swoopes and Nike also lead the charge in women’s sports advocacy. Through TV spots and print ads, Swoopes encouraged young girls to be proud of their strength and athleticism.

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August 16, 2018 – Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne are no strangers to fusing seemingly disparate elements of street and high fashion. Their brand, the award-winning Public School, is predicated on the energy of their hometown, New York City, and its style diversity. Born from this environment, the duo’s interpretation of fashion includes recognizing a few tried-and true-standards, like Nike’s 1982 classic, the Air Force One.


To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the AF1 last year, Chow and Osborne created an all-new high version of the shoe by deconstructing low, mid and high models and using the unaltered pattern parts to reconstruct their own vision of the icon. That shoe, the PSNY AF1, will launch in three colorways (black, white and grey) at PSNY’s pop-up space on 3 Howard Street, New York, on September 4. A global release follows on September 5.

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Nike’s Air Max 1 Returns in Exclusive “Centre Pompidou” Pack


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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Max 1 “Centre Pompidou” Pack

Key Features: Premium suede and tumbled leather construction, Pure Platinum pair bears contrasting piping across its upper to evoke the Centre Pompidou’s signature spatial diagram, while both models boast translucent outsoles that reveal a graphic that places an emphasis on the architectural structure, along with a “P” logo.

Release Date: TBC but some retailers are listing an August 29 release.

Price: TBC

Buy: Nike

Editor’s Notes: Legendary designer Tinker Hatfield is honored with this latest variation of the Air Max 1, one of many silhouettes that Hatfield has designed for the Swoosh, which was introduced in 1987.

The runner’s signature Air bubble element was inspired by Hatfield’s visit to the iconic Centre Pompidou building in Paris designed by Renzo Piano, known for its deconstructed aesthetic, and the structure influences this latest rendition of the silhouette once more.

Rendered in two colorways, “Pure Platinum/Royal Blue-White,” and the other in “Wolf Grey/Black-Cool Grey,” the sneakers receive a premium makeup composed of tumbled leather and suede, while defined by the key features noted above.

Stay tuned for more updates on its availability.

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Louis Vuitton Print Takes Over These Custom Human Race NMDs


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Coinciding with this weekend’s release of Pharrell‘s SOLARHU pack, NYC-based artist Ceeze presents his latest creation, once again bridging the worlds of designer fashion and athletic footwear. Accounting for his second Human Race custom, Ceeze has draped the NMDs in Louis Vuitton‘s monogram Eclipse print.

The artist made use of LV’s Keepall 45 duffle, ripping it apart in order to repurpose the monogram material for the upper of the sneaker. The Louis Vuitton lettering from the bag’s inner liner is then featured as well. Lastly, the shoe’s liner and piping have been done up in soft black suede.

Limited to 15 units, Ceeze’s “Eclipse” Hu NMD ($2,850 each) will be available August 18 at 10 a.m. EST.

In other sneaker news, adidas could be re-releasing its most popular Ultra Boost 1.0 colorways.

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Kodak Black Has Been Released From Prison


Kodak Black has been released from Broward County Jail, where he served seven months of a year long sentence, reports WPLG, an ABC-affiliate news network.

The controversial rapper. who is as notable for his tracks “Tunnel Vision” and “There He Goes” as he is for his ongoing legal disputes, was in jail for two probation violations of driving with a suspended license and associating with people engaged in criminal activity. Kodak Black used his time in prison to undergo a legal change name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri, as well as earn his General Equivalency Diploma (GED) with help from a tutor.

Reports indicate that now that he’s free, the rapper will be staying in Florida to see his mother and son before heading to the studio to continue recording.

In addition to the charges above, the rapper is currently awaiting trial for unrelated sexual assault charges, for which he was indicted in October 2017.

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Bespoke Nike Air Max 1 Celebrates Newborn Baby


Nice Kicks favorite and Bespoke Air Force 1 aficionado Kal Seth has a new member of his collection but more importantly a new addition to his family. Kal and his wife just welcomed a baby girl by the name of Sabrina on July 11, 2018.

Kal had long wanted his wife to design a pair of Bespokes. Though she’s not a huge sneakerhead, her debut with the Bespoke Nike Air Max 1 is incredible. The two picked the colors and patterns, pulling from the palette and textures used to design their baby’s nursery. A mixture of leathers, nubuck, suede, canvas and Liberty London print pop on each pair with the ‘Sabrina’ font adding distinction outside of size.

Going in-depth, perforated leather appears on the toebox to resemble a permeable bumper in a baby’s crib to prevent SIDS. The Liberty London print on the Swooshes reflects a floral Ralph Lauren bear that lives in the nursery. The nursery itself is themed around baby elephants to represent the qualities of strength, wisdom and stamina. The elephant theme is seen on the shoe in the form of dark grey canvas on the mudguard to represent an elephant’s tough skin. Lasering of baby elephant footprints on the left tongue continue to carry said theme while blush pink represents further detailing in the nurser as does gold detailing. Lastly, the left mudguard sports the baby’s birthday of 07.11.18 in embroidered fashion.

Congrats to Kal, his wife and their daughter Sabrina. See this Bespoke Nike Air Max 1 below and keep up with Kal on IG.

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Watch Mac Miller and Thundercat Do NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert”


Mac Miller appears on the latest installment of NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert.” Check it out below. For the occasion, he invited along Thundercat to cameo on Swimming track “What’s the Use?” He also played “Small Worlds” and “2009” from the record—their live debuts—enlisting a string section to join his live band.

Mac Miller and Thundercat head out on the Swimming tour this fall, with assistance from Atlanta rapper J.I.D. Find tickets here. Check out Pitchfork’s 2016 Icebreaker interview with Mac Miller.

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