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After a very brief departure to Anaheim, Japan’s NEIGHBORHOOD is back in adidas’ corner. This weekend, the two will bring back the basics, offering two muted iterations of the adidas superstar women's black and gold. A silhouette near and dear to the two’s partnership, the Superstar 80s has appeared several times in the past few years. But here, the design and construction is far more akin to what they previously dubbed the “Shelltoe,” clad in a velvety suede quite similar. The black colorway, specifically, leans uncannily close despite opting for white contrast stitching over the tonal beading. What’s more, the pair is fastened by a lace-in zipper and is instead accompanied by an tonal olive alternate.
The nike blazer mid 77 women's black is another standout iteration of the classic silhouette by Virgil Abloh and it’s suggested to debut this holiday season. Overall, the low-top model dons a stealthy finish but elevated with Off-White’s signature deconstructed flair via the incorporation of circular cutouts throughout, an exposed lacing system canvassing the upper, as well as the imprint’s distinctive text branding on the laces and inner lateral section. Finally, a unique heel piece featuring orange speckling and plastic inserts round out the profile.
Sure to help Ye keep his billionaire status, the adidas yeezy 700 v3 dark glow on feet is set to release before 2022 begins. Built with a standard mix of mesh. suede and synthetic materials, the pair abandons the eye-catching color palette seen on previous iterations like the “Enflame.” Instead, light grey and green divvy up the YEEZY‘s upper, with the former tone taking over most of the upper. The dark-colored sole unit underfoot deviates from the top-half’s lighter shades, delivering an arrangement perfect for the dirty slush that’ll appear on sidewalks soon. The shoes don’t boast the same protection and warmth of the YEEZY 500 High, but it’ll surely deliver beyond that of other adidas propositions given its rugged outsole and muted color palette.
Have no fear: the nike sb zoom blazer mid premium grey fog, 2021’s annual Halloween-themed release by Nike Skateboarding, will be making it to retailers in time. Dropping exclusively at skateshops, these canvas-wrapped SB Dunks are designed to mimic the ancient wrapped corpse turned late-October terror, although the only scary thing about these is missing out at retail. Complete with ghoulish eyes at the heel and glow-in-the-dark outsoles, the Mummy SB Dunks stands as one of the more memorable over-the-top concepts for Halloween that we’ve been treated to in recent memory. Like all skate-shop exclusive SB Dunk drops, these will be available exclusively through raffles, whether it be in-store or online. A SNKRS release has been confirmed for EU/UK regions on October 28th as well. See the store list below and check with each retailer to get filled in on their respective release procedures. Many shops are employing in-store raffles, or raffles for locals only. The store list will be updated regularly until the official release date of October 28th.