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YEEZY Launches a Sneaker Customization Page

Since its launch, YEEZY has developed its design aesthetic around sleek black, gray tones, and earthy hues. Though in recent years, Ye’s label has introduced bright and bold colors, developing a distinctly unique color study.Building on its established focus, the YEEZY Supply website has now launched a customization page for some of its adidas YEEZY footwear releases. The “STYLE” page now offers fans the opportunity to develop their own take on the adidas YEEZY Foam Runner, SLIDE, and 500.Fans are welcomed to express their creativity with endless color matching, accompanied by the ability to take a 360-degree look at their creation. Although there are currently no options to purchase from the customization page, a checkout step could be added in the future.Head over to YEEZY Supply to try out the customization for the adidas YEEZY Foam Runner, SLIDE, and 500.For more footwear news, check out the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom” with swapped laces.

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Nike Dunk Low Surfaces in a Minimal Grey and White Palette

Nike continues to expand its two-toned iterations of its Dunk Low lineups for the upcoming Fall season.After announcing the “Reverse Panda” earlier this week, fans can now expect to see a more understated colorway with the release of the grey and white palette. This particular offering sees the classic shoe constructed with a grey tumbled leather base that features white overlays, laces, midsole, and Swooshes. The grey also highlights the mesh tongues, linings as well as rubber outsole to round out the design. Take a look above at the official images of the Nike Dunk Low arriving in grey and white. The shoe is slated to arrive in the coming weeks in select retailers and on Nike for $110 USD.In other footwear news, the new Nike Air Force 1 Low has arrived in black suede and orange.

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Nike Gifts Twitter User Free Pair of Air Max Penny 1 “Orlando” for Request Made in 2020

Twitter user @loucabrera77 aka OnMyHype has just shared an interesting story that was two years in the making. He shared a tweet from back in 2020 where he mentioned that he was waiting for the Nike Air Max Penny 1 to retro in the original Orlando Magic colorway. Tagging the Nike Store, he never thought anything of it when he asked “Can we make that happen?” Now, two years later, @loucabrera77 revealed that Nike not sent him a pair of the Air Max Penny 1 “Orlando” that are set to release soon, but they also included a framed photo of his tweet along with a letter that that reads “the wait is over” and with a Twitter reply, “Keep the change.”Check out the package that was sent below.I’m still waiting for @nikestore to retro the air max penny 1 Orlando ???.. Can we make that happen @nikestore— OnMyHype (@loucabrera77) October 24, 2020⁦@Nike⁩ I wanna send you guys a huge THANKYOU ??. I had no idea what was in the box when it arrived today. Then I opened it up and was like ????. I’ve been asking for a retro for a while now.. Thank you for blessing me with this pair ???. Means a lot too me ? pic.twitter.com/YYEZ3wCFWI— OnMyHype (@loucabrera77) August 11, 2022In other footwear news, Nike Air Force 1 Low arrives in black suede and orange.

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