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Friday, January 24, 2020

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 All Air Max 90s that release over the course of 2020 will present a true-to-the-original shape. This pair is no exception, as it mixes a slightly streamlined white mesh and grey suede upper with a high-cut black leather mudguard. Its nom de guerre, however, is provided by a plethora of punchy blue accents. These are dispersed across the bold bottom eyestays, tongue tag, rubberized heel badge and ridged plastic midfoot window. Further branded embellishment appears by way of a grey midfoot Swoosh and a Nike Air graphic on the heel.

Blue makes its presence felt on the lower half as well, encircling the visible heel Air Max unit. The remainder of the midsole is crafted from white EVA foam, and a black rubber outsole offers dark contrast. A square rubber hangtag with blue and clear details finalizes the stylings.

The Nike Air Max 90 “Hyper Royal” will release at retailers like BSTN and Foot Locker on January 30 for $120 USD.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

 The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo may not kick off until this summer, but Nike Sportswear is getting in the spirit a little early with an Air Max 97 “Olympic Rings” pack. Made up of “Amarillo,” “Challenge Red,” “Lucky Green,” “Photo Blue” and “Black” styles — one for each of the 5 Olympic rings — the pack is a colorful homage to international athletic competition.

Although each pair in this commemorative quintet equips a different color, each applies it in a similar style. Uppers are constructed of mesh and overlaid with sleek bullet train-inspired stripes, themselves coated in hi-vis reflective material. The most noticeable alteration arrives via the mudguard, which trades out its standard synthetic construction in favor of a soft suede.

Branding is kept uniform as well, thanks to gold midfoot Nike Swooshes and gold detailing on the heel tabs. The most noticeable pop of flair on all 5 styles arrives via the tongue pull tab, which uses each and every Olympic color in tandem for its podium-ready stripes. White EVA foam midsoles, soft grey Air Max cushioning units and black rubber outsoles round everything off.

All 5 silhouettes from the Nike Air Max 97 “Olympic Rings” pack are available now via the Nike webstore. The MSRP for each is set at $170 USD.


 Louis Vuitton recently unveiled images of the travel trophy case it has designed for the NBA. The hand-crafted trophy travel case will house the The Larry O’Brien Trophy that is awarded to the NBA Finals winner every June. The multiyear partnership between the two entities will make Louis Vuitton the first official trophy travel case provider for the professional sports league.

The trophy case was hand-crafted in Louis Vuitton’s historic workshop just outside of Paris. It features an all-over Louis Vuitton logo monogram print with an oversized “V” across the front doors that elegantly carries over to the inside display when opened. The iconic monogram print is contrasted with an of-the-moment royal blue interior that serves as a stark contrast to the trophy’s gleaming surface. Traditional brass hardware reminiscent of Louis Vuitton’s vintage trunks rounds out the design.

The ongoing collaboration, called “Victory Travels in Louis Vuitton,” marks Louis Vuitton’s first-ever partnership with a North American sports league, even though it has a history designing trophy trunks for other leagues, including the International Tennis Federation and the League of Legends world tournament. “Louis Vuitton has long been associated with the world’s most coveted trophies, and with this iconic partnership the legacy continues – victory does indeed travel in Louis Vuitton,” affirms Louis Vuitton Chairman and CEO Michael Burke.

In addition to the trophy case, the NBA and Louis Vuitton have also recently confirmed that a limited edition Virgil Abloh-designed apparel and accessories capsule collection is on the way. Both the travel case and capsule collection are expected to be unveiled during an exclusive event at the Louis Vuitton flagship in Paris. The announcement will come in advance of the first regular-season NBA game in Paris on January 24, where the Charlotte Hornets will play against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020


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Tuesday, January 21, 2020


In this episode of Vegans Only Eat Carrots: I'm sick of the local pizza place not having vegan cheese. So I'm about to make my own. Big thanks to Publix for all the products used in this video.

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The new take on the lifestyle classic features an upper mimics the fairway and rough of the course with contrasting turf like textures. Accenting details include matching laces, plush green sockliner and a protective white synthetic leather mudguard. Branding on shoe comes in the form of yellow Swooshes on the lower midfoot, tongue badge and “AIR MAX” embroidered heel tab. Elevating the upper is a white midsole with a full-length yellow Air unit paired with an exaggerated toothy rubbery outsole for enhanced grip on the course.

The Nike Golf Air Max 97 “Grass” is set to be available online to Nike Members January 27.

 Since its 2019 debut, Nike‘s Air Max 720 has seen a number of futuristic colorways, like the UNDERCOVER collaboration and the shiny “Metallic Silver/Cosmic Clay.” But now Nike has opted for a new iteration that looks back in time instead of ahead: the silhouette has been given a “Multi-Color/Team Orange” colorway, a lavish pattern reflective of Rennaissance-style paintings.

 Starting at the top of the shoe, “Air Max” branding is stamped at the tongue in a sleek futuristic typeface. Bold painterly patterns gloss over all of the uppers in an orangish-red tint, contrasted against black laces, forefoot piping, rubber overlays and mudguards. At the heel is a thin ripstop pull tab, complemented with white “NIKE” branding repeated in a circular shape. This motif is subtly etched throughout the body of the shoe, offering slight contrast to offset the vivid colors. At the mudguards is an orange mini-Swoosh that pops from its glossy black rubber base, while “720” is debossed at the heel. All of these details sit atop a translucent full-length Air Max midsole, added for extra cushioning and support.

The Nike Air Max 720 “Multi-Color/Team Orange” is currently available at Nike’s website for $180 USD

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