Posts Tagged ‘Colorways’

adidas Reveals New EQT Racing ADV Colorways for Women

A modernized variation of the adidas EQT Racing, the EQT Racing ADV returns next month in two women’s exclusive colorways ripe for spring.

Consisting of soft blue and grey colorways, stretch-knit encapsulates each model with original webbing across the tapped lacing system. Customary three stripes branding caps the look up top with EVA midsole tooling cushioning the ride below.

Both pairs of the adidas EQT Racing ADV will be available on February 1 at adidas.com.

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Release Date: February 1, 2018

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Two New NikeLab VaporMax colorways will be releasing soon

The Nike Air VaporMax is finally getting some new colorways. And this time around, NikeLab is playing a role in the new versions of the innovative Air Max model.

A new mens version of the VaporMax will feature dark tones with a Midnight Fog and Desert Moss colorway. Gold speckles throughout the Flyknit upper provide a shiny yet subtle accent. The women’s version is primarily a muted grey in color but has violet accents on the Swoosh logo and full-length Air Max outsole. Speckles of navy provide hints of color throughout the sneaker.

These two new colorways of the NikeLab Air VaporMax will be releasing in the coming months.


NikeLab Air VaporMax College Navy/Taupe Grey-Tea Berry

NikeLab Air VaporMax Midnight Fog/Cargo Khaki-Desert Moss

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The adidas Pure Boost Just Released in New Colorways

Continuing an on pour of new spring/summer releases, adidas today unloaded several new iterations of the Pure Boost.

A host of colorways are up for grabs on adidas.com now for $ 130. Take a look below and grab them before they’re gone.

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Nike Air Force 1 High Releases in Two New Colorways

The ongoing renaissance of the Nike Air Force 1 stays the course with new releases of its high-cut variation. Two new styles clearly assert themselves in ode to the heritage of the silhouette and its foundation in sport.

Rendered in Blue/White and White/Red colorways, each style highlights gold lace tips and a matching lace jewel. Basketball flavored gum bottoms find placement at the outsole while the upper is best defined by accentuated lines that trace the shoes paneling.

Both of these Nike Air Force 1 High colorways can be seen in further detail and purchased at Unheardof.

Nike Air Force 1 High Blue/White
Nike Air Force 1 High Blue/White
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Nike Air Force 1 High White/Red
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You Have Another Shot at Copping These adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Colorways

At the close of last year, adidas released three Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorways at the same time, thought by some to be a bold move with potential to fail. It didn’t. All three colorways sold extremely fast per usual, leaving many with hopes to score a pair at another time.

Today that chance is yours, at Hypebeast’s online store HBX is restocking all three Red, Green and Copper pairs at retail. To enter simply head to HBX and fill out a quick questionnaire that requires your personal information and a few questions about what type of apparel you would purchase from the store to match your Yeezys.

Head over to HBX now as the entries for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 end soon.

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adidas Ultra Boost ATR Releasing in Two New Colorways

The start of cooler climate is just a few weeks away and adidas is prepping the Ultra Boost for any and all inclement weather.

The adidas Ultra Boost ATR (All-Terrain) is set to release in two colorways with a taped off toe as a protective measure for breathable Primeknit construction. So whether it’s rain, sleet, snow or simply anything that can ruin the forefoot of your sneakers, the taped toe stands as the first line of defense to ensure your Ultra Boost remain intact.

Take a closer look at these upcoming adidas Ultra Boost ATF colorways below and stay tuned for release info and potentially more colorways.

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Vans Celebrates 50th Anniversary with 50 Distinct Colorways of the Sk8-Hi

The celebration of 50 years within the context of any particular thing, is certainly grounds for a celebration. That half-a-century landmark is rapidly approaching one of the more iconic brands in American History, as Vans is set to celebrate 50 years of existence. With that in mind, the celebration is bringing about 50 distinct colorways of the Vans Sk8-Hi. Incorporating a variety of different prints and motifs, that range from embossed snake print to premium leather.

For those that are interested, be sure to check out the Vans site for further details as the legion of kicks will soon be available for consumption.

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Three New Nike Flyknit Air Max Colorways

Nike has announced three new colorways for the Flyknit Air Max silhouette. The shoe that is renowned for its form-fitting upper and cushioned sole presents two offerings for the guys and one for the ladies. First the heathered black and grey Flyknit is an understated, multi-purpose release while the bright crimson and black release is more of a statement shoe that is broken up by black detailing in the laces and Nike swoosh. The bright pink and red mix is targeted towards the female Flyknit fans, with a eye-catching aqua inner lining and branding on the tongue. All colorways are retailing for $ 195 USD and can be purchased here.

 


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NK Conversation // Are You Getting Tired Of Theme Colorways?


McFly Hyperdunk

words // Nick DePaula:

Back in 2008, there was a phenomenon taking over basketball sneakers. Thanks to the “McFly” Hyperdunk, an entirely new era for footwear was upon us.

Themed sneakers.

Larry-Bird-Magic-Johnson-Converse-WeaponPrior to that, signature sneakers followed a fairly standard formula: The player’s namesake shoe featured the colors of the player’s team. It was a formulaic but basic principle that footwear had followed pretty much since the days of Magic and Bird’s dueling Weapons. Of course, there were three or four colorways of a signature shoe that released per year.

Then the “McFly” Hyperdunk happened. Then “South Beach.” Then “NERF,” “Brenda,” “What The” and so much more. Everything began to have a story even a red shoe for a guy on the Bulls, or a yellow shoe for a guy on the Lakers.

Just a few years ago, a friend at Nike summed it up perfectly when I asked about the shift in approach.

“Less team. More theme.”

Now that it’s actually 2015, has the themed approach by sneaker brands looking to tell stories about the lives, triumphs and greatest accomplishments of their signature athletes ran its course? Would you rather see more straightforward and clean colorways instead of having a graphic on every release?

It’s not enough to celebrate KD’s love for the Oklahoma City Thunder or his home state of Maryland — this year we saw a sneaker that literally had Peanut Butter & Jelly on the side of the shoe. Because KD loved PB &J as a kid.

That might be an extreme example of just how far reaching some of the themed stories have become these days, and it’s definitely worth pointing out that the KD 7 “PB & J” was only released in kid’s sizes, but as brands continue to expand the number of colorways they’re dropping for each player, where do you draw the line on what makes for a good story?

Let us know in the comments section below in our latest weekly NK Conversation.

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9 Classic Colorways You Can Create on the Nike Air Huarache iD


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