More articles about: Sneakers

 
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Scientifically proven to be the Internet's best list of black trainers.
Black trainers are good because they don't get all scuffed up like white trainers do, those fragile cowards. They also look very sleek and sporty and will match up splendidly with that new Berlin Techno King look that you were thinking of ...
 
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Dominique Ansel and Koio just dropped a croissant-inspired sneaker.
People love a mash-up. Whether that's donut-inspired sneakers or Game of Thrones whisky, blending two beloved entities into one shoppable product is a surefire way to light up fans of both worlds. And Dominique Ansel—the creator of the original Cronut—is no stranger ...
 
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Manila has one of the last pairs of the sold-out sneaker.
To recap: There exists a Dunkin' Saucony sneaker.The purveyor of carbs and coffee and the maker of athletic shoes are strange bedfellows, but this sneaker, in fact, is their second collaboration. This is not weird at all, because both companies are from ...
 
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One of the tastemakers of the country's sneaker scene shares his most loved styles.
Blame it on the country’s roots in basketball, the city’s love for urban culture, or social media's astronomical rise, but streetwear, most particularly the sneaker scene, is alive and kicking—arguably more than any other style movement. While it undoubtedly has a youthful ...
 
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The new silhouette is officially unveiled, and we went inside New Balance's Massachusetts factory to see how it's made.
The New Balance 990v5 hasn’t even hit shelves yet, and I’ve already ruined a pair. All due apologies to the sneaker gods, but I pray for dispensation on the basis of a noble purpose: education. For myself, yes, but also for the ...
 
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Because it's always the right time for donuts. Even during a marathon.
It's never a bad time for a food-themed sneaker—especially when that food is a donut and when that sneaker is meant for marathon running. A year ago, Saucony launched a Dunkin'-themed sneaker for the 2018 Boston Marathon. And for this year's race, that sneaker ...
 
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The Adidas Continental 80 is the perfect way to welcome summer.
I love white sneakers. A lot. Like, "I have one for every possible type of sneaker-appropriate occasion" a lot. Or like, "If you were to ask me what items I might grab on my way out if ever my apartment building might ...
 
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Put your name on it.
Never mind that everyone else, from Seoul to Dubai, Guangzhou to Sydney, has had the pleasure of experiencing the Now Yours Run Away sneaker customization program of luxury house Louis Vuitton. What's important is that the service finally arrives in Manila this ...
 
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It pays homage to Fox Theater
Under Armour and Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry havefinally released the 6th installment of the three-time NBA champion’s signature shoes.The Curry 6 features Under Armour’s full length HOVR cushioning system and pays homage to the Fox Theater for its first colorway. Its neon green outsole and orange midsole on an ...
 
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The new sneakers hit stores on February 1.
Air Max fans, rejoice. Because after an extended run of teasers and leaks, Nike just officially revealed its latest addition to the line: the Air Max 720. The sneaker features the tallest-ever Air bag in a Nike sneaker, plus a textile upper ...
 
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They function to adjust to the player's feet.
The future of basketball changes today with the official launch of the first-ever self-lacing basketball shoes, the Nike Adapt BB.The Adapt BB wouldn’t have been possible without the HyperAdapt1.0 from 2016, which was more of a multipurpose model and cost twice as ...
 
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Axel Arigato has some pretty clean designs.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Axel Arigato is a Japanese brand. It’s isn’t—it’s actually a Swedish brand, established in 2014 on the promise of creating the sort of elegant, minimalist sneakers that were rising to prominence at the time.To do this, they ...
 
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VP of Design David Creech weighs in on how the brand is embracing female fans, updating icons, and forging its future.
When it comes to icons of the sneaker world, Jordan Brand isn't exactly hurting. The Air Jordan 1 is, after all, the shoe that put us on the path to the booming sneaker world we know today. And the styles that followed ...
 
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The sportswear giant released a detailed guide for pavement pounding.
A quick PSA for all you crazy men who choose to wear yourself out by chasing pavement (or grass or treadmill): The Swoosh has just released a visual guide on finding the most perfect running shoe for you. And it's not just the ...
 
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Now available in Metro Manila.
Supreme as we knew it is dead. Today, 14 years since its inception, the once-cult streetwear label belongs not to its own culture but to its fandom—corrupted by the age of Instagram and the droves of tasteless influencers who seek nothing but the social ...
 
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The biggest shoe drop is here.
If you pay any attention to the sneaker world, you already know that the Off-White x Nike Air Presto is back. It already appeared in black. Now, it's here in an all-white execution. If you aren't already raffled up, you'll have to ...
 
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Wild in the best way.
While today's sneaker release cycles seem to give us a sensational new model or colorway every other week, it still isn't very often that you get something truly fresh and innovative. So when something like the Adidas Originals Sobakov comes along, it's ...
 
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Now available in Metro Manila.
The Nike Zoom Fly SP has long-distance running built into its history. Early in 2017, three Nike runners attempted to break a barrier long thought to be beyond human reach: the two-hour marathon. The project, called Breaking2, ultimately fell short of its goal by ...
 
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A (very serious) investigation.
Since their launch in 2015, Yeezys have consistently been some of the hardest-to-get sneakers on the market. Kids lined up, sites crashed, fans took Ls, resale prices soared. The machine in action! But all good things must come to an end—and maybe ...
 
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Releasing in Manila this weekend.
When Adidas first introduced the Micropacer in 1984, it was a completely unprecedented concept and a landmark moment in footwear: the world's first "smart" sneaker, outfitted with microprocessors for basic fitness tracking. It was also a bold statement by the German athletics brand, which released the sneakers ...