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Changing weather marks a good time to swap in new shades and material plays. The GREATS Royale Suede speaks to such, bringing their low-profile silo out in “Bruciato” and “Bordeaux” hues for a look that wears well on the days both grey and crisp. Born in Brooklyn, hand made in Italy and only retailing for $ 159, these two colorways as well as others are available now at GREATS.
Toting less tech than its Boost brethren, the adidas Cloudfoam Ultra Zen is still a good representation of modern sneaker culture. Cozy, minimal and more about style than statement, this low-profile look privies chillin’ over thrillin’. A neutral palette plays well with a myriad of outfits, with slip-on construction also catering to its laid-back and wearable nature. Preview this new model in the photos below with pairs available now at Sneaker Politics.
Created in conjunction with Relevant Customs and GoodWood NYC, the Nike Dunk High “What the NYC” Custom by Evan Lorberbaum pays homage to the most influential SB Dunks and the city that just might have made them pop. Showing shades of the “Staple” and “What the” makeups, imagery from a Metro Card, Pizza Box, Lotto Tickets and New York Times newspaper all decorate the high top sneaker.
Traveling around the city the past five years and taking photos with various NYC icons, get a better look at the shoe in the photos below. Pairs are available for purchase here.