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Offline blair2019  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 20, 2018 7:57:40 AM(UTC)
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With the return of many OG shoes in 2018, Jordan's favorite Air Jordan 11 Concord also announced the official release date. Concord, who will return at the end of the year, will definitely make everyone sneakerhead excited!The last time the Air Jordan 11 Concord released was in 2011, and the popular silhouette is making another retro for the holidays in full family sizes. Styled in the OG 1995 version, the adult pair features the very same high-cut black patent leather overlay, while other details include white mesh with smooth leather for the upper and dark concord accents throughout. Finishing touches include Jumpman branding, and number 45 located on the heels, followed by an icy translucent outsole to top it off.

The adidas NMD family has taken a step back from the limelight in 2018. The storied and cherished line has been at the center of adidas’ meteoric rise to prominence, though this year’s releases have slowed down. 2018 saw the release of several new additions to the NMD franchise, and despite these great-looking newcomers, the original R1 silhouette still reigns supreme. Now, the brand is currently preparing to release a new look for their famous NMD_R1 this month. Previewed by Eastbay, the NMD_R1 silhouette is finally taking on an older Three Stripes technology: Xeno. Premiered in 2015, the color changing material has largely shied away from the spotlight in recent years, though it now appears to be making a comeback. This week, we got our first look at a new pack painting the NMD in black and white tonal looks, each Xeno stripes on the lateral and medial side, which change color from purple to green in direct sunlight.

After officially unveiling the Nike Epic React Flyknit Volt back in summer, Nike has now taken the wraps off yet another iconic Epic React Flyknit colourway with the ‘South Beach‘. Featuring a Flyknit upper which fades from pink to black, this sneaker sits atop a blacked out React foam midsole for additional comfort and a smoother stride.A heel cup around the back is present for extra support, whilst a stealthy black Swoosh features for that unmistakably Nike aesthetic. To round it all off, a durable rubber outsole sits underfoot to meet the demands of the toughest tempo runs, long runs, and race day.
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