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Nike Go FlyEase Gets Arranged With Bold Pink Uppers

Implementing new footwear technologies is certainly what Nike has a knack for, and one of its most innovative creations is FlyEase. The assistive footwear technology has been infused into various models across its lifestyle and performance categories, but one that took things a step further was the Nike Go FlyEase as it was the first true hands-free sneaker. After releasing in several colorways already, the assistive silhouette is making its way back to the frontlines in a bold pink colorway.A punchy pink hue serves as the focal point here. It splashes onto the interior lining, overlays, forefoot shroud, midsoles and the rear parts of the treading. From thee, subtle notes of black get tossed onto the Swoosh logos that appear on the lateral sides, the heel counters, toe tips and outsoles. Extra tonal branding arrives by Nike lettering on the heels, Swooshes on the tongue area as well as FlyEase text on the angelic portions on the interior parts of the midsoles.Check out the pair’s official images above and note that these are likely dropping sometime this Fall.In other footwear-related news, John Geiger and Nike have settled their trademark infringement lawsuit.

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Mountain Research Spruces up the Reebok Beatnik With Embroidered Flames

The Reebok Beatnik was first introduced in 1994 as part of the sportswear brand’s Fall outdoor line, but it wasn’t until 2020 that the silhouette captured the attention of the mainstream audience. With the COVID-19 pandemic running its course and clogs, sandals and mules surging in sales, it was the model’s time to shine. Since returning to the market, Beatniks have been proffered up in various GR colorways as well as compelling collaborations, and the latter is about to add this team-up with Mountain Research to its catalog.For this team-up, the Japanese imprint alters the sandal’s materials to align with the aesthetic and feel of early 2000s hiking boots. The usual canvas fabric is tossed out and traded for smooth brown leathers, and this comes accessorized with embroidered flames on the lateral and medial sides. The fiery embellishments color-block between white and yellow stitches. Darker neutral accents are also brought in via the black straps and two-toned stealthy and toothy sole pieces.Peep a closer look at the pair right here and expect retailers like Foot District to drop these in the coming weeks.Looking for other news? Maison Margiela and Reebok have presented their collaborative Zig CR model.

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