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- The New York City colorway gets the subtle black and white treatment
- Paris gets a floral pattern in pink and blue (similar to that of the Aunt Pearl KD 6)
- Tokyo with a cherry blossom look in a blue and white
- London in a red, white, and black pattern
- Milan in a daisy inspired design with olive green, white, and pink
- Shanghai dressed with an all red floral upper
Floral is back and it’s coming back on more than one shoe. Nike Sportswear’s latest City Pack is on the Air Max 1 silhouette and it exhibits a wide range of floral print upper. The Nike Sportswear Air Max 1 City Pack features six different colorways of the Air Max 1 silhouette to represent the fashion capital cities of New York City, Milan, Tokyo, London, Paris, and Shanghai, each dressed in a unique floral pattern upper.
Check out the photos below and click on the arrows for gallerias of each color way. Look for these to release in the US on April 11th, and internationally on March 8th for International Women’s Day. Hit up Kicksologists on Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook as well!
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Size? and Nike have another collaboration coming and it’s releasing very soon! Together, they have collaborated to create two pairs of Nike Huarache Lights. Both pairs have a strong resemblance, except that they are almost exact inverts of each other. For the older sneaker heads, these may bring back memories of the Nike Dunk SB “Lunars”. If you can recall, there were two pairs: “East Coast” and “West Coast”. Most fans preferred one over the other.
Size? is a reputable European Nike retailer with 30 shops. If you order through the website, don’t forget the sizing is in UK and price is listed in Pounds. A size 10 (US) is converted into a 9 (UK). Check them out below and look for these to drop exclusively at Size? on February 27th. Let us know what you think by hitting us up on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!
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The Concepts and New Balance collab isn’t completely done with. The model is going to be releasing globally in a short while. Check it out below!
The premium suede and leather upper are hued with a vibrant orange that is offset with a white midsole and tan inner lining. Along with this, the shoe sports the traditional 3M branding on the New Balance “N” logo. Check out the images below and let us know if you will be copping this Saturday, February 21st, at select locations like Premier for a price point of $235.
Concepts x New Balance 997 “Luxury Goods”
Release Date: 2.21.15
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With all the events this past weekend, New York City got an exclusive look at some upcoming releases. In that mix was the Laser Pack which included the Jordan 1, Jordan XX, and these Air Jordan 4.
The 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand has brought about some iconic colorways, silhouettes, and details. In the Jordan Laser Pack, this Air Jordan 4 Laser is by far the most coveted of the bunch. New York City has already gotten a glimpes at the model this past weekend during the 2015 NBA All Star weekend but this colorway will be available globally on March 21st, 2015 for a steep retail price of $250. The shoe features a premium white leather base upper, with metallic silver laser engraving, silver chrome on the tongue patch and midsole, and finally topped off with a translucent icy sole. The lasering on each shoe is slightly different, which makes no two pairs alike.
Let us know if these will be a cop or not for you! Does the price make a difference for you since all of the other Air Jordan 4 colorways have been retailing at $190? Hit us up on @Kicksologists Twitter and Instagram, and make sure to “Like” our page on Facebook here.
Air Jordan 4 “Laser”
Color: White/Chrome-Metallic Silver
Style Code: 705333-105
Release Date: 3.21.15
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Under Armour recently released Stephen Curry’s first signature shoe, the Curry One in two colorways: Home and “Dark Matter”. On the initial release date I was able to get my hands on both colorways. Both sneakers are the same in terms of technology used but let’s take a closer look at the shoe overall.
Let’s start off with the upper. The upper by far is the biggest change from the Clutchfits. The Curry One features a new upper, which Under Armour is referring to as Anafoam. Anafoam is labeled as a mixture of a foam and Under Armour stretch textile, which is a supportive, anatomically fitting, light-weight structure. At first, the Anafoam didn’t feel like it was anything special compared to any other basketball shoe. It is basically just another synthetic fuse material, but it is definitely minimal and lightweight. The thin synthetic layer of Anafoam feels strong as a normal fuse with extra support incorporated into the upper if anything. Within the Anafoam upper, there are multiple perforations to enhance breath-ability and ventilation.
Along with the different upper, there is also a slightly different fit as the Clutchfits were very supportive yet snug before being broken in. Anafoam gives you more of a free fit while keeping the foot on the footbed. This basically means that the upper has a little more volume within the upper of Anafoam in the Curry One compared to Clutchfits. Even with the new upper and slightly different fit, the Curry Ones still fit true to size.
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