Shoes Master Vol.16 is to be released at the end of the month. Inside the Japanese sneaker Magazine you can expect to see in-depth look at many recent sneaker releases, and we also get a look at the Autumn/Winter drops from Nike, Adidas and Reebok. Inside there is also article on the eagerly anticipated Ransom x adidas Originals Collaboration, and the Puma social collection.
Included in Nikes Holiday 2011 Collection are these two LeBron James sneaker styles. The Air Force One Premium Low QS consist of an all leather upper, giving it a tough feel to help it cope with the winters harsh weather. The second sneaker, the Nike Air Max Conquer QS is a high cut boot featuring a rugged traction outsole, waterproof overlays and a heel viz 180 Nike Air unit. We also see a new NSW LeBron logo on the tongue top, and the swoosh’s All Conditions Gear logo and down the side. Both styles are set to drop in select global retailers in november.
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uniform experiment has released this short video, showing off there upcoming collab with Nike. Although the advert is quick, we still get to see the colourways they’re offering in the Zoom Tennis Classic. Dropping on the 15th october.
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Nike have been coming up with alot of new footwear technology recently such as “Hyperfuse“ and applying to some of it’s popular shoes. Another great technology was the “Vac Tech” which first debuted on the classic white on white AF1 Lows, where the shoe is all seamless leaving it looking very simplistic, yet very interesting. Here with have the latest drop from the “Vac Tech” range featuring an AF1 high, Dunk Hi, and Air Max 90, all in the same colourway. The Wheat Pack will be a solid drop for the Autumn/Winter period, and I can’t wait to get my hands on a pair.
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Next week can not come quicker, with the arrival of the Nike Air Trainer SC II Quickstrike pack. This great mid top trainer, endorsed by the iconic Bo Jackon, comes in 3 classic colourways (as seen above) which will appeal to so many sneaker fans. Apparently they are all going to be somewhat limited, and won’t be around for long, so keep your eye out.
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After Jordan released the sneaker inspired by A Tribe Called Quest, it’s not surprising that Nike have finally continued the Low End Theory inspired designs. As we can see, the shoe features a red insole and the matching coloured swoosh, along with green laces and tongue tag. The shoes upper is suede, and is covered in a sort of of Low End Theory-esque graphic. I love this shoe.
The “Hyperfuse” shoe was an idea that came after observing the extreme wear and tear footwear can go through during a basketball game. The nike team wanted to create a breathable, stable and more resilient basketball shoe, and that is what they came up with when they first dropped the sneaker in 2010. The “Hyperfuse” was that successful, that it has now evolved from a name to a technology, which we can see in the images above. Walk past your local Footlocker, and these will be the first thing to catch your eye. The swoosh have recently released the newest addition in the Hyperfuse collection, featuring neon AF1 Hi’s, and Air Max 90’s.
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