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Nike LeBron Soldier 12 Debuts for Playoffs

This spring you won’t find LeBron James doing it for the ‘gram. Nope, everything he’s doing is for the ‘ship. The Nike LeBron Soldier 12 sees the King’s second signature series continuing its postseason positioning while playing to #23’s social media absence.

Debuting in the triple-black “Dark 23” colorway, it is uncertain when LeBron will lace them given the excitement surrounding his PE program — aka #LeBronWatch — that while remiss at retail is still seeing dope do-ups like his recent BB4 homage.

Still, the Soldier series has never been all about ‘Bron as the next generation has always worn and informed the line. Using feedback from amateur and professional players alike, the postseason driven Soldier 12 is all about stripped-down toughness.

“The Soldier was always meant to be stripped down in the best possible way,” Jason Petrie told Nike SNKRS. “Even early on, LeBron’s insight was that the playoffs and the regular season are different. The Soldier has always been about toughness and connecting to the playoffs, in particular.”

The result is a focused piece of footwear built around aspects of the LeBron 15 like a circular knit upper and protective heel and toe caps, bolstered by a wider range of Velcro for more malleable lockdown and uniquely shaped Zoom Air units for lightweight bounce and court feel.

Look for the Nike LeBron Soldier 12 “Dark 23” to drop on April 25 for $ 140. Peep detailed shots of the shoe and design process below.

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Adidas Wants to Sign Colin Kaepernick if He Plays in the NFL Next Season

Colin Kaepernick‘s road back to the NFL has been one paved with roadblocks. Following the kneel that shook the league and the public consciousness at its foundation, Kaepernick has with great certainty been blocked from returning to the National Football League. Despite his formidable talent, past successes, and lesser quarterback signings since he took his stand against racial injustice and police brutality at the hands of blacks in 2016, the former San Francisco 49ers QB has been without work in the league he dominated not that long ago.

But where there’s a will there’s a way, and if that will is for Colin to return to the NFL next season, adidas would be first in line to sign him.

“If he signs on a team, we would definitely want to sign him,” said Mark King, adidas North America President/CEO, at Arizona State University’s Global Sport Summit per a report from AZ Central.

King went on to say that he doesn’t want to come off as “taking advantage of this noise or interest that he had generated.” He does however believe in athletes sparking change and leading their own revolutions. “If they’re an activist in a way that brings attention to something that moves the world forward, even if there’s controversy at that moment, we’re really interested in those athletes because I think it represents the world today.”

Kaepernick, though, in spite of this endorsement offer, remains far from signing with an NFL team. Since 2016, offers and interest have been all but absent. That is until just recently, when the Seattle Seahawks wanted to bring Kaepernick in for an interview and subsequent workout. Unfortunately, the meeting was postponed indefinitely when Colin couldn’t commit to discontinuing his pregame protest.

Kaepernick was the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem in 2016. Since that time, many other players – both black and otherwise – have followed his lead.

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Dank Customs Outfits Entire Spurs Squad

Thanks to noted sneaker customizer Jake Danklefs, the San Antonio Spurs will be making a colorful statement in their first round matchup against the Golden State Warriors.

The Spurs contacted Danklefs before the start of the playoffs and asked him to give every players’ shoes a fiesta-inspired customization. Using San Antonio’s 90’s logo as a template, Dankflefs somehow customized all 18 sneakers in just 24 hours.

From Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express-News:

The Spurs reached out to Danklefs on Wednesday evening while in New Orleans to play the Pelicans. Once he agreed to take on the job, Danklefs picked up the sneakers on Thursday morning, begin working on the designs at 9 a.m. and did not finish until 3 a.m. Friday morning.

After a short nap, Danklefs then delivered the sneakers to the Spurs’ practice site before the team practice.

“I would say this is one of my best projects,” Danklefs told the Express-News.

Danklefs said he usually needs a few weeks to prepare for most projects. Danklefs requests are so long it usually takes six months to a year to complete. But understanding the Spurs were short on time, Danklefs designed 18 pairs of sneakers in 24 hours.

The Spurs will debut Dankfels’ creations in Game 1 against the Warriors on Sunday. See the whole slew of sneakers below.

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Kyrie Irving Unveils Alternative Nike Kyrie 3 “Bruce Lee” for Mamba Day

Kyrie Irving may be out for the remainder of his debut season with the Boston Celtics after having surgery on his knee, yet production hasn’t slowed on his signature sneaker collection with Nike. Looking back to last year’s Nike Kyrie 3, one of the standout colorways was an ode to Kobe Bryant and his love for Bruce Lee.

The sneaker was dubbed the “Mamba Mentality” Kyrie 3 and it directly took from Bryant’s Nike Zoom Kobe V “Bruce Lee.” Largely finished in yellow with red secondary coloring, the shoe remains one of the most sought after Kyrie 3’s to date. Today, though, Irving has revealed an opposing colorway dressed predominately in red with yellow contrasts. This alternative colorway doesn’t appear to be a retail release. Just a little something special Kyrie pulled out for Mamba Day.

My take on Mamba Day!! For the culture only…. ?? @kobebryant

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Sheck Wes Previews Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack”

Earlier this week teaser images of the Travis Scott endorsed Cactus Jack Air Jordan 4 took social media by storm. By the looks of it, Scott and his closest collaborators may already have their pairs locked.

This afternoon, Cactus Jack Records signee Sheck Wes took to IG to post a story featuring the “Team Shoes” while hanging out with La Flame on Los Angeles.

No release date just yet, but with more buzz building around this exclusive iteration of the Jordan 4, it’s safe to expect a spotting of these this weekend with all the Coachella festivities. Check out some more images of the sneaker below.

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adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare” // Available Now

In a bit of foreshadowing, adidas is predicting that Rockets All-Star James Harden is going to be a nightmare for opponents to deal with throughout the playoffs. Because of this, the latest version of Harden’s signature shoe is called the adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare.”

Drawing inspiration from Harden’s ability to make defenders afraid of his offensive prowess, the “Nightmare” iteration of the Harden Vol. 2 sports a triple black silhouette. Harden’s logo on the tongue and adidas branding on the side completes the look.

Available now on adidas.com, the adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare” can also be copped by calling or texting 1 (800) 613-4862.


adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

adidas Harden Vol. 2 “Nightmare”

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Nike Air Max CW // Throwback Thursday

Discreet. Quiet. On the DL.

Unlike any other basketball shoe at the time, these came from out of nowhere and were made for Chris Webber, a man whose game was anything but quiet. Welcome to today’s Nice Kicks Throwback Thursday special Chris Webber edition, where we pay tribute to CWebb’s original signature sneaker: the 1995 Nike Air Max CW.

Donned for only a short stay, the Nike Air Max CW was worn by Webber during his tenure with the Washington Bullets. Featuring a high-quality leather upper, visible, thick Max2 heel air sole unit with 25PSI+5PSI chambers, a visible forefoot air sole unit, and iconic “Air Max” logo on the tongue, the Air Max CW was one of the most groundbreaking and forward-thinking silhouettes of its time, truly pressing the design envelope and bubble, both literally and figuratively.

The sneaker’s stunning and appealing provenance was also attributed to the use of the now defunct “CW” and #2 logos. From a greater historical standpoint, the CW served as the first Nike Air Max sneaker to feature visible forefoot Air Max technology, a revolutionary and groundbreaking achievement in its own right.

The Air Max CW released in three original colorways: white/midnight navy-neon yellow, black/white-varsity royal, and a white/black-true red Bullets colorway at an original retail price point of $ 140.

In the late 90s, a retro version called the Air Max Sensation released sans the trademark CW and #2 logos, which were removed most likely due to copyright issues. Over the past several years, updated versions of the Air Max Sensation released which incorporated a plethora of colorways and exotic materials, including crocodile.

An OG-correct retro complete with two-tone OG-style Air Max box is long overdue but remains highly unlikely in the foreseeable future for myriad reasons. A truly pioneering and trendsetting silhouette, the Air Max CW remains as timeless today as compared to back in the day.

The 1995 Nike Air Max CW: Air Max box, CW and # 2 logos included. Blown timeouts, torn ligaments, and dates with Tyra Banks are not.

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What if Chris Webber Never Left Nike?

We’ve seen a lot of shaky voting in recent years, but don’t let Hall of Fame ballots fool you, Chris Webber was a bad man on the basketball court.

Becoming a national name in high school at Detroit Country Day, the private school power forward would live up to the hype close to home in Ann Arbor as the premier player on Michigan’s renowned Fab 5. Following back-to-back Final 4 appearances, he’d declare after his sophomore campaign, rising to Rookie of the Year honors and eventually defining the 4 spot for the better part of the late ’90s and early ’00s.

While Chris would prove a journeyman in the NBA, swapping squads a total of five times over the course of fifteen years, his sneaker path would be much the same.

Signing with Nike after sporting the Swoosh over the course of his college career, Webber would receive a strong first signature in the form of the Nike Air Max CW Sensation. The problem? They retailed for more than Mike’s model at the time and C Webb didn’t like that. Leaving the boys at Beaverton, he’d jump around over the course of his career, seeing signature shoes from both FILA and DaDa, also wearing Converse, Reebok, AND1 and even an Air Jordan during his NBA days.

But what if he didn’t?

Based on star power and marketability, it’s hard to imagine that a full career with Nike wouldn’t place CWebb among the Kicks On Court greats with a full house of signature shoes and Force favorites to his name.

We take a look back at what was and imagine what if…

1993-94 // Nike Air Maestro, Nike Air Unlimited & Nike Air Strong

Chris Webber’s rookie season under Don Nelson saw the same swag as his two year stay with Steve Fisher — lots and lots of Nike. Officially on Swoosh payroll, the Rookie of the Year rocked releases from the Flight and Force camp alike with his brethren in blue electing many of the same sneakers in Ann Arbor.

1994-95 // Nike Air Max2 Uptempo

Dipsetting after a short stay in Oakland, Chris swapped coasts and laced the Nike Air Max2 Uptempo in his debut season with the Bullets.

1995-96 // Nike Air Max CW

A signature star is born? It looked just like that as CWebb scored his own shoe — the Nike Air Max CW — in only his third pro season. The shoe was decked out with wavy lines, Air Max cushioning and even his own logo. Unfortunately, the Michigan alum wasn’t feeling the price point. But what if he was…

1996-97 // Nike Air Max CW2 aka the Nike Air Pippen 1


photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images

So let’s pretend Chris Webber never gets mad at Nike for making his model cost more than Mike. Coming off his first signature shoe he’s getting another one that effectively never happened.

Or did it?

We’re calling an audible and saying the Nike Air Pippen 1 becomes the Nike Air Max CW2. Chris’ cool factor and explosive game makes him the face of full-length Air while Scottie’s Silent Assassin persona and eyeballs associated with Mike make him the perfect company man to push inline yet high priced Uptempos. The CW logo replaces that of Pip’s on the heel while the original release colorways wear well with his Bullets uniform.

1997-98 // Nike Total Air Foamposite CW aka Nike Total Air Foamposite Max

After putting up 20 and 10 in his second signature sneaker, Nike’s pretty pleased C Webb is finally an All-Star though bummed his team got swept in the playoffs. Still, numbers don’t lie and he’s getting his third — and final — signature shoe.

This go round, the Nike Total Air Foamposite Max becomes the Nike Total Air Foamposite CW.

Loaded with top notch tech and full-length Air, they’re a futuristic fit with Washington’s new look Wizards uniforms and CWebb’s next level take on the 4 spot. Nike loves it, but fans are lukewarm to it as they’d rather rock Penny and Mike signatures because guards are more relatable.

The CW line is put on hold because of lackluster sales but Chris remains the face of full-length Air just the same.

He would’ve worn PE pairs in the postseason but the Wizards end up finishing ninth in the East. This foreshadows moves on the roster and footwear front.

1998-99 // Nike Air Team Max Zoom

Shipped out to Sacramento in the midst of a lockout, Nike is VERY happy they don’t have a CW4 releasing in blue and bronze. What they don’t know though is that their boy is about to team up with a rookie rebel named Jason Williams and a foray of foreign born players that are about to reinvent team basketball and reintroduce Chris as the best 4 man in the game.

Because of this, Chris is guinea pig for a foray of Force favorites with slightly swifter capabilities. The Nike Air Team Max Zoom laces CWebb for the first few games of the year, later landing the Nike Air Vis Zoom Uptempo and Nike Air Agress Force as the team’s profile rises.

1999-00 // Nike Air Flightposite

Securing a spot on the All-NBA Third Team and an All-Star nod just the same, CWebb is sitting pretty in the nine-nine all the way to the two thou and Nike is ready to reinvest. A resurrected signature line? No. A reinvented persona? Sort of.

As Nike struggles to sell signature shoes for big men, they put a freeze on fours and fives, freshening up the former with the Flightposite. KG holds down the gold/green pair in the Midwest while CWebb rocks the “Eggplant” colorway long before emojis made that sentence giggle worthy. Tim Duncan sports tamed takes in San Antonio and all is right in the world.*

Almost.

Chris can’t stand full-length Zoom after years of playing in Air Max and pulls the plug on his end of the deal. He finishes the season and the playoffs in the Nike Air Max Powermatic which is less exciting but still kind of cool.

*Note: Rasheed Wallace is also asked to wear the Flightposite 1 as part of their power forward campaign. The request is met with a firm, “Nah, b.” The Force is strong with Sheed.

2000-01 // Nike Air Max CWebb Uncaged aka the Nike Air Max Duncan

Remember when we said the CW line was done after three? It is, but we kind of lied. After a breakthrough season but also some bad blood over being forced into (and out of) the Flightposite, Nike is excited about Chris Webber all over again but has to play extra nice thanks to big money offers from AND1, Reebok and an upstart called DaDa.

Because of this, the would-be Nike Air Max Duncan never happens and is instead the Air Max CWebb Uncaged. Ironically, Nike decides not to bank on Timmy (pun intended) as being the greatest power forward to ever play the game and bets on C Webb’s momentum and cool points. Tim still signs with adidas as the story originally unfolds.

The CWebb Uncaged is a hit! Ekins eat up the odd design and all the tech while Webber’s play puts the silver pair in the 2001 All-Star Game.

Because of this, the “Chrome” DaDa Cdubbz as we know it would be shelved for a year and a half, instead debuting in the 2002 NBA Finals on the feet of Nets center Todd MacCulloch while wearing their grey alternate jerseys. MacCulloch and his new shoes would lead the new look Nets to a 4-0 sweep of the Shaq and Kobe led Lakers, cementing MacCulloch as the face and feet of future DaDa models such as the Spinners and a 4th Quarter campaign commercial that would find him rapping with fellow endorser Karl Malone.

As for Chris, the success of the CWebb Uncaged leads to a contract extension with Nike but sadly the peak of his signature line.

2001-02 // Nike Air C-Phaze aka the Nike Air P-Phaze


photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

While the CWebb Uncaged is a fan favorite, its top notch tech and tooling makes it too expensive for just about everyone interested. The response is the Nike Air C-Phaze, known in reality as the Nike Air P-Phaze, which is an appropriately odd looking but more cheaply made follow up to its former, the CWebb Uncaged.


photo via Sole Collector

Fortunately for Chris and Nike, the C-Phaze is exactly that, just a phase. While Webber puts up double-double averages in his rebooted signature line, it’s clear for both parties that winning is most important and he plays best rotating Air Max models. The original plan was for Chris and J Will to lead Nike’s Battlegrounds series, but the season prior’s trade shuts down all of what could’ve been.

2002-03 & 2003-04 // Nike Air Max Chosen

Webber isn’t sold on Shox so he’s in a bit of an odd space with Nike. His power forward compadres have all dipped for other brands with the exception of Rasheed Wallace who’s fallen in love with fadeaway jumpers and Air Force 1s. What would Bill Russell do?

Calling in counseling from the Celtic great, Chris decides to take on a more team approached role as the vocal and exemplary leader of the Kings. His points and rebound numbers stay above 20 and 10 while his assist numbers rise. Just the same, his shoes show the same spirt of team as he laces the Nike Air Max Chosen all season. And the next.

We know, lame.

2004-05 // Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2k5

After two seasons of boring footwear and early exits from the playoffs, the Kings trade Chris. But not to the Sixers like in real life, but instead to the Lakers — for Shaq! The Big Diesel denounces any nicknames he made for the Kings previously and Shaqramento happens ahead of schedule.

Playing with Kobe, also with Nike, CWebb essentially provides what Lamar Odom and Pau Gasol would years later only ahead of schedule. The Lakers don’t make the Finals their first year with CWebb, but they also don’t tank like they did during Kobe’s solo shooting extravaganza.


photo via Flight Club

On the court, Chris is responding well to his new surrounding and taking life less seriously while winning in Hollywood. His footwear reflects the situation as he decides playing in the Zoom Air aided Huarche 2k5 is still better than that of the Shox Bomber. Plus, it keeps him and Kobe cool.

The time in LA also allows Chris to make fast friends with will.i.am, which leads Chris to not only producing “Blunt Ashes” on Nas’ upcoming album, Hip Hop is Dead, but also executive producing the whole project. Kobe convinces Nas to wear his upcoming shoe on the album’s cover but is not happy with Chris spending energy outside of basketball…

2005-06 // Nike Zoom Kobe 1

To start the season, Chris and Kobe are getting along swimmingly and Nike decides to pull a page from the MJ playbook and have teammates of Kobe don his signatures just the same as seen with Mike in Chicago. Fortunately for all involved parties, Kobe really respects Chris’ game and boom they’re both in the Nike Zoom Kobe 1. A solid start for what would become one of the greatest lines in modern basketball.

On the court, Chris remains productive, putting up 20, 11 and 7. The triangle is a great fit (yup, Phil’s still there) only a Western Conference Finals fall to the Shaq led Kings causes Kupchack to blow everything up.

2006-07 // Nike Zoom LeBron IV

In the offseason, Chris is dealt to Cleveland for Larry Hughes, Anderson Varejao and a future first round pick who will end up being Kyrie Irving. During his lone season in LeBron Land, Nike and Chris decide it best for Chris to lace up the Nike Zoom LeBron IV as a truth to team and also a shot at Kobe. Webber and Bron are great together, showing amazing chemistry in pre-game dance routines and in game mastery of the outlet to clear the court for a LeBron dunk fast break.

The Cavs beat the Spurs in Game 6 of the Finals bringing home the first championship to Cleveland in decades, the first ring for Webber and also importantly, a series win over Duncan.

Webber decides to retire on top, rounding out one of the greatest Kicks On Court resumes ever assembled and paving the way for Todd MacCulloch to shine at DaDa. Pat Riley never lands Shaq, LeBron or any rings in Miami, causing him to return to New York as coach and general manage of the Knicks.

If only Chris never left Nike…

Big ups to Mis Zapas for the reference work on CWebb’s Sneaker History that can be seen here. Also props to Shea Serrano’s Basketball (and Other Things) book that inspired this What If idea and is available here.

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adidas Yeezy 500 “Blush” Releases Again This Weekend

Following a foray at 747 Warehouse and other LA locales over All-Star Weekend, the adidas Yeezy 500 “Blush” will soon be released to the masses.

Launching online at adidas.com/YEEZY, YEEZY.SUPPLY and select retail locations listed below, the shoe will also be available for reservation via the adidas Confirmed App at select adidas retail locations.

Composed of cow suede and complimented by premium leather, mesh and nubuck accents, the shoe showcases a protruding adiPRENE+ sole lifted out of the KB8 archive.

Mark your calendar for an April 14th release and peep product shots below.

adidas Yeezy 500 “Blush”

Release Date: April 14, 2018
Price: $ 200

US Store List

A MA MANIERE
969 MARIETTA STREET STE 200
ATLANTA

WISH
447 MORELAND AVE.
ATLANTA

NICE KICKS
2815 GUADALUPE ST
AUSTIN

SNEAKER POLITICS
7566 BLUEBONNET BLVD.
BATON ROUGE

BARNEYS
9570 WILSHIRE BLVD.
BEVERLY HILLS

CARVE/BLENDS
217 SOUTH BEVERLY DR.
BEVERLY HILLS

BODEGA
6 CLEARWAY ST.
BOSTON

CONCEPTS adidas store
73 Newbury st
BOSTON

BARNEYS
194 ATLANTIC AVE.
BROOKLYN

KITH
233 FLATBUSH AVE.
BROOKLYN

CONCEPTS
37 BRATTLE ST.
CAMBRIDGE

SOCIAL STATUS
4901 DWIGHT EVANS RD.
CHARLOTTE

SOCIAL STATUS
1519 CENTRAL AVE
CHARLOTTE

NOTRE SHOP
5201 N CLARK ST.
CHICAGO

RSVP GALLERY
1753 N. DAMEN
CHICAGO

SAINT ALFRED
1531 N. MILWAUKEE AVE.
CHICAGO

adidas Originals Flagship Store Chicago
1532 N Milwaukee
Chicago

XHIBITION
2068 W 25TH ST.
CLEVELAND

CARVE/BLENDS
2930 BRISTOL ST. B104
COSTA MESA

adidas Costa Mesa
3333 Bear Street #347
Costa Mesa

BAIT
1962 BLAKE STE. 100
DENVER

BAIT
2753 S DIAMOND BAR BLVD. STE. B
DIAMOND BAR

SOCIAL STATUS
602 ELM ST.
GREENSBORO

PACKER SHOES
382 MARIN BLVD.
JERSEY CITY

BARNEYS
3327 SOUTH LAS VEGAS BLVD.
LAS VEGAS

UNDFTD
4480 PARADISE ROAD STE. 400
LAS VEGAS

SNEAKER POLITICS
131 ARNOULD BLVD.
LAYAYETTE

PROPER
425 E. 1ST ST.
LONG BEACH

BAIT
7708 MELROSE AVE.
LOS ANGELES

BODEGA
1320 E 7th St
LOS ANGELES

CARVE/BLENDS
725 S. LOS ANGELES ST.
LOS ANGELES

COMMONWEALTH
2008 E 7th St
LOS ANGELES

KITH
8500 Sunset Blvd
LOS ANGELES

NICE KICKS
862 S MAIN ST.
LOS ANGELES

OPENING CEREMONY
451 N. LA CIENEGA BLVD.
LOS ANGELES

RSVP GALLERY
905 S Hill St
LOS ANGELES

UNDFTD
111 SOUTH LA BREA AVE.
LOS ANGELES

UNDFTD
3827 WEST SUNSET BLVD.
LOS ANGELES

adidas Originals Melrose
8009 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles

adidas Originals Abbot Kinney
1349 Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Los Angeles

HERSCHLIFERS
2080 NORTHERN BLVD.
MANHASSET

SNEAKER POLITICS
3504 SEVERN AVE.
Metairie

FOSTER
3213 17th St #1,
Metairie

SHOE GALLERY
244 NE 1ST AVE.
MIAMI

KITH
1931 COLLINS AVE
MIAMI BEACH

adidas Miami Beach
226 8th Street
MIAMI BEACH

CLICKS N KICKS
1916 E CAPITOL
MILWAUKEE

BARNEYS
660 MADISON AVE.
NEW YORK

BARNEYS
2151 BROADWAY
NEW YORK

KITH
644 BROADWAY
NEW YORK

OPENING CEREMONY
1190-1192 BROADWAY
NEW YORK

adidas Flagship Store 5th Ave
565 5th Ave
New York

ALIFE
158 RIVINGTON ST.
NEW YORK CITY

BARNEYS
101 7th AVENUE
NEW YORK CITY

BBC ICE CREAM
456 W BROADWAY
NEW YORK CITY

CONCEPTS
225 HUDSON ST.
NEW YORK CITY

MR. PORTER
100 5TH AVE.
NEW YORK CITY

OPENING CEREMONY
35 HOWARD ST.
NEW YORK CITY

SNEAKERSNSTUFF
22 Little W 12th St
NEW YORK CITY

Jefferys NYC
449 West 14th Street
NEW YORK CITY

adidas Originals Flagship Store Spring Street
115 Spring Street
NEW YORK CITY

CRÈME
300 MONTICELLO AVE.
NORFOLK

CRÈME
321 W 21ST ST.
NORFOLK

BAIT
2812 E CHAPMAN AVE.
ORANGE

UBIQ
1509 WALNUT ST.
PHILADELPHIA

UNDFTD
4412 N Central Ave
PHOENIX

SOCIAL STATUS
717 LIBERTY AVE STE 106
PITTSBURGH

SOCIAL STATUS
5929 PENN AVE
PITTSBURGH

BAIT
818 SW BROADWAY
PORTLAND

SOCIAL STATUS
308 PARHAM ST
RALEIGH

NEED SUPPLY
1600 BELLEVILLE ST.
RICHMOND

BAIT
920 5TH AVE.
SAN DIEGO

CARVE/BLENDS
719 8TH AVE.
SAN DIEGO

BAIT
3162 16TH ST.
SAN FRANCISCO

BARNEYS
77 O´FARRELL ST.
SAN FRANCISCO

NICE KICKS
1420 HAIGHT ST.
SAN FRANCISCO

STASHED
2360 3rd St
SAN FRANCISCO

UNDFTD
516 HAYES ST.
SAN FRANCISCO

adidas San Francisco
845 Market Street Suite 121 & 211
San Francisco

CARVE/BLENDS
200 EAST 4TH ST.
SANTA ANA

BARNEYS
395 SANTA MONICA PL.
SANTA MONICA

UNDFTD
2654 MAIN ST.
SANTA MONICA

BAIT
915 EAST PIKE ST.
SEATTLE

PACKER SHOES
941 TEANECK RD.
TEANECK

COMMONWEALTH
1781 FLORIDA AVE.
WASHINGTON DC

UBIQ
3124 M St NW
WASHINGTON DC

Full worldwide list here

adidas YEEZY 500 "Blush"
adidas YEEZY 500 “Blush”
adidas YEEZY 500 "Blush"
adidas YEEZY 500 “Blush”
adidas YEEZY 500 "Blush"
adidas YEEZY 500 “Blush”
adidas YEEZY 500 "Blush"
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