Nike Lunarglide 2 Chicago Marathon

This one is not a collaboration between Nike and Chicago Marathon (which took place on October 10th), but it is an exclusive Lunarglide 2 that was especially made for the said event. The kicks feature cool color combination of grey, black and turquoise. And of course “Chicago” is written on the tongue is color red.

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Nike Zoom Hyperfuse Grey Pack

Here´s a closer look on the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse Grey Pack, which hit the stores last weekend. The pack, which includes three pairs all done primarily in grey, offers a choice of wither black, red, or green accents. The colors have been added to the swoosh, laces and sock liner. You can see all three colorways after the jump.

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Adidas Originals JS Arrow

This one is probably the most creative sneaker Adidas Originals ever came up with. For the Adidas JS Arrow, Jeremy Scott has decided to use a very different concept, which is why not wear a tuxedo on your feet. Basically he has decided to add white on the lace area and the rest with black, along with a black bow tie and black buttons down the center to resemble a tux.

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Nike Air Max LeBron VIII (8) Pre-Heat Detailed Look

Finally here´s a detailed look at the upcoming Pre-Heat Nike Air Max LeBron VIII. Inspired by the Miami art deco aesthetic, the Pre-Heat Nike Air Max LeBron VIII features a Retro (Aqua) upper balanced with black lace panel, midsole, and the swoosh. The upper sits on a Retro Visible Air Unit and a clear outsole. Pink accents complete the job. You can see the detailed pics after the jump.

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Adidas Originals Freemont Mid Iron/Silver

Sometimes it says: “Grey is the new Black” and this surely is true for the Adidas Originals Freemont Mid. This Grey doesn´t came by chance but rather has a special design inspiration. Drawing from immaculate interiors of American muscle cars, this midtop Original is meant to mimic the fine detail seen inside vintage hot rods. A clean white midsole sets the stage for mixed shades of grey and silver accents on the upper.

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Dzmitry Samal Eyewear

Parisian Designer Dzmitry Samal has launched a collection of design-oriented eyewear  that is a mix of retro and futuristic elements. There are currently two models in the collection: 5DPI (above) and 6DPI (below), and four will be launched next year. These retro-futuristic glasses have been designed to look pixelated. Samal explains that this “deliberately reflects society’s fascination with an ‘informational aesthetic’.” Taking inspiration from 1980s video games such as Tetris, the glasses are a nod to the current society’s digital roots and how “something as utilitarian as glasses can be transformed using technology.” The glasses are made of acetate and available in a variety of colors.
The additional four models that will be in production next year include:
Extravagant silhouette with structural graphic, it has an idea of overlapping two irregular shapes. To be realized in transparent acetate.
Fashionable and futuristic, yet retro design. It is combination of two geometric shapes — circle and hexagon with stylized bar to hold the arms. To be realized in acetate.
These have an aggressive and futuristic design inspired by technical constructions and architecture, such as the Beijing Olympic stadium and Eiffel tower. To be realized in titanium.
Very modern shape with faceted effect. To be realized in titanium.

You can find pics of all models after the jump.

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Vans OTW Alomar Sage & Charcoal Wool

If you´re a fan of Vans and their kicks you sure will be pleased with their recent release of the OTW Alomar’s Sage & Charcoal Wool kicks. The Sage utilized suede material for its toe, tongue and heel areas. Lighter tan sole decorated the bottom and serves as contrasting element of minor textile materials filling the upper. On the other hand, Vans OTW Alomar Charcoal Wool has its upper contrasted by the black sole, piping and laces. You can find detailed pics of both colorways after the jump.

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TAG Heuer Monaco Twenty Four Calibre 36 Chronograph

Here´s something for all lovers of exclusive timepieces: TAG Heuer created an inspired piece revolving around progressive design and engineering with their Monaco Twenty Four Calibre 36 Chronograph. The watch takes on cues from force induction superchargers in the automotive world with TAG Heuer’s 36 Calibre movement which signifies 36,000 vibrations per hour. Additional design elements include shock resistant features which creates a floating movement. The aesthetics of the 40.5 mm case include black titanium carbide and stripes based on Steve McQueen’s Porsche 917K from the famous movie “Le Mans”. See more pics after the jump.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low GS | Grey / Black

There have been a lot of nicely crafted Air Force 1 releases this season for men, now here´s a release in grade school sizes that has dropped. The uptowns come in a grey and black upper with a hint of red on the tongue, which rests on a semi-translucent outsole.

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Solebox x adidas Adizero Aegis 2

Berlin based sneaker company Solebox is well-known for teaming up with a variety of companies in collaboration projects such as the Solebox x Reebok Omni Zone Pump and the Solebox x Saucony “Oldskool vs. Newskool” Pack. Keeping in with a similar color scheme of black and red is this new Solebox x Adidas Adizero Aegis 2 collaboration. This pair is part of the companies “Then and Now” pack and features an all black mesh upper with a reflective three stripe pattern, white midsole, and red inner liner. Look for this particular pair that represents “Now” to release on October 16th. The “Then” pair is set to release in January. See more pics after the jump.

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