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The Air Jordan 11 Low WMNS “Concord” Postponed To July 10th

The women’s Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” is among the growing number of Jordan release dates being postponed due to the current global landscape. Originally scheduled to arrive on June 18th, the low-top Air Jordan retro is now slated to launch stateside on July 10th. Officially unveiled alongside Brand Jordan’s Summer 2020 collection, the Jordan 11 Low Concord combines the earliest version of a fan-favorite colorway with a warm weather-ready trim. Mixed-material uppers indulge in a clean, “yin-and-yang” palette interrupted at the model’s signature patent leather. The shimmering overlay, which wraps around the shoe from toe to spine, forgoes the pitch-black tint of the Jordan 11 “Concord” from 1995 in favor of a bold, purplish blue hue; Jumpman and “23” branding also partake in the titular color. Underfoot, the Jordan 11 Low completes its summer-ready ensemble with a “White” midsole accompanied by icy blue tread. As with several other Jordan release dates, stockists across Europe and A..

Nike Introduces The Air Max 270 XX For Women

Nike Air Max technology has revolutionized footwear cushioning since 1987. Over the past 33 years, the visible Airbag solution has taken on many shapes and sizes across the NIKE, Inc. family of products. The latest – a tweak of the popular Nike Air Max 270 – adds another notch in the growing tally of The Swoosh’s women-exclusive products and is aptly named the Air Max 270 XX. While mostly unrecognizable from its muse, the Air Max 270 XX boasts a plump Air unit at the heel, just as North America’s 2019 best-selling sneaker. Unlike “XX” iterations of the Jordan 1 and Jordan Max 200, this silhouette completely redesigns its uppers – which are ostensibly constructed with a textile base and synthetic overlays – and sole units – which appear in split platform fashion. Launch colorways of the newest Air Max model boast predominantly simple “Black” and “White” arrangements, though they also indulge in “Bright Crimson,” “Topaz Yellow,” and “Pistachio Frost” accents. A stateside Nike.com launc..
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The Original Puma RS-Dreamer Colorway Is Releasing This Week

Thus far, the rollout for J. Cole's Puma RS-Dreamer has mostly included bold color schemes, but that's about to come to an end. Cole himself announced on Instagram today that the latest "Ebony and Ivory" iteration of his signature sneaker is hitting shelves this week. Although the exact inspiration behind the color scheme wasn't revealed, the pair features a simple white color scheme that's paired with contrasting black accents. Fans may recognize this as the same style that..

‘Christmas’ New Balance Kawhis Are Releasing Soon

With Christmas right around the corner, New Balance gives Kawhi Leonard's signature basketball shoe a seasonal makeover. According to the brand, this icy blue iteration of the New Balance Kawhi is inspired by Leonard's favorite mythical beast, the Snow Wasset. The winter creature is infamously known for taking down its prey by ambushing them through snow and ice. The look of the shoe is executed with a predominantly blue color scheme but is offset by the white ankle collar along with ..

The Mona Lisa Inspires This Social Status x Adidas Ultra 4D Collab

Following last month's introduction of Adidas Consortium's Ultra 4D series, Social Status is gearing up to release its own iteration of the shoe. Limited to only 3,020 pairs, the Charlotte-based sneaker boutique references the Italian Renaissance for its forthcoming Ultra 4D collaboration. Specifically, the colors used are inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa painting predominantly covering the Primeknit upper. The toe sports a khaki green hue that's combined with a red..

Joe Freshgoods Teases New Converse Collaboration

Joe Freshgoods started off the year strong with the release of his "No Emotions are Emotions" New Balance 992 collaboration and to keep the buzz around his sneaker projects going, he will soon release a new collab with Converse. The Chicago designer took to social media this week to preview his upcoming Chuck 70 Hi collab. On display is a pair that features a Frankenstein-like patchwork upper with various panels and designs inspired by the t-shirts he sold over the years. It also appears that t..