adidas has revealed the first fruit from its newest relationship with a historic soccer club, partnering with Italian top-tier side Juventus to offer the team’s uniforms from next season through 2021. The exciting changing of guards comes at a particularly interesting time for adidas, which finds itself looking to expand its global influence through various avenues. Aesthetically, the kits make minor tweaks to the club’s iconic black and white stripes and pink away kits; the home shirts feature intersecting – as opposed to divided – striping on the body, while the away kits have been touched with a deeper pink hue at the sleeve and chest to represent modernity. The shirts kits are constructed with premium adizero fabric, woven for maximum breathability and versatility. Pick up the very first adidas Juventus kit online now.
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Pulling from one of Ronnie Fieg’s most popular and coveted collaborative motifs, sneaker customizer Fuda Customs reimagines the Air Jordan 5 for this “Salmon Toe” body of work. Using the Air Jordan 5’s “Pre-Grape” variation as the base, Fuda hits up the toe and synonymous shark teeth accents with a vibrant salmon shade. Leaving the majority of the silhouette’s blue base in tact, a detailed look at Fuda Customs’ Air Jordan 5 “Salmon Toe” Custom is featured after the jump. Let us know where these fall on your list of favorite customs down below and be sure to head over to Fuda’s online shop to inquire about a pair of your own.
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Since the silhouette’s fragment design-assisted release late last year, Nike has been cleverly, slowly rolling out the Roshe LD-1000 silhouette – likely in part due to the sneaker’s popularity. Following last week’s bold “Sport Red” release, here we find a mellow new colorway of the sneaker for the summer – the ”Wolf Grey” drop. The sneaker is executed with cool grey mesh through the upper, which is accented with hits of matching suede at the toecap, lace track, and heel counter. All of these features rest atop a cushy Roshe NM midsole – which articulates with the foot to provide unparalleled comfort. A cozy, irresistible option year-round, don’t miss this colorway of the Roshe LD-1000, which is available at elite retailers such as Sneaker Politics now.
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After providing MJ’s high school with some Jumpman-inspired renovations, Jordan Brand is getting ready to take the Air Jordan 14 Low back to school by way of a highly anticipated “Laney” retro release. Styled with a familiar shade of varsity royal filling in the upper, a lively touch of yellow highlights the accents. Coupled with black about the toe, tongue, interior trimmings and outsole, an off-white midsole ties the classic look together. Set to release later this year, will you be checking for these when they drop? Let us know down in the comments and be sure to stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more.
Air Jordan 14 Low “Laney”
Toward the end of last month, fragment design and Nike set a new precedent ahead of tennis season with two iterations of the Air Trainer 1. Looking ahead to Wimbledon, here the partnership returns to offer a very rare iteration celebrating the iconic English tournament. The sneaker comes crafted with plush lawn green leather through the upper and midsole, which is neatly contrasted by a white outsole at the bottom. With contenders like Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams taking the ultimate stage in Southwest London, this collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara imprint and Nike is not one to miss. Pick it up online and at select NikeLab doors in the coming weeks.