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The New Balance 1500 Made in U.K. Receives an All-Black Makeover

Following Hypebeast’s sit-down with New Balance’s Senior EU Marketing Manager Joe Connolly in the brand’s notorious Flimby factory, New Balance is gearing up to introduce fresh additions to its locally-produced Made in U.K. line, which now sees an all-new black-out take. A diverse material range enhances the offering, which promotes black textured leather overlays that dominate the uppers. The previous makes its way through the mudguards, medials, and around the heel counters, the latter decorated with 1500 embroidery in a silver tone. Tonal tweed adds a fuzzy finish to the toe boxes, while “Magnet Grey” leather trimmings settle on the collars and liners. Profile “N” logos receive a three-dimensional finish and a contrasting grey outline next to leather tongues that promote “MADE IN ENGLAND” branding. The design sits atop muted cream ENCAP sole unit and black rubber bottoms that boast further New Balance markings. This new version of the New Balance 1500 Made in U.K. is set to hit shelves via New Balance and select retailers on November 1 for $230 USD. Elsewhere in footwear, the Why So Sad? x Nike SB Dunk Low receives and official release date.

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Supreme x Nike Air Max 98 TL Fall 2022 Collaboration

Following the release of its latest Dickies collaboration, Supreme has come together with Nike once again for another Fall 2022 release. Made exclusively for Supreme, the collaboration is centered around the Nike Air Max 98 TL footwear model.Working closely with the sportswear brand, the New York imprint developed a new version of the Air Max 98 TL, offered in four colorways. The Supreme x Nike Air Max 98 TL features tonal knit mesh upper bases accented by matching synthetic leather overlays. The uppers also come marked with reflective TPU elements, mesh tongues, and molded heel panels.Branding on the shoe comes in the form of co-branding at the tongues, Swooshes at the sides, warped “SUPREME” text at the heels, Nike TL badges at the rear, and printed insoles. Elevating the uppers are foam midsoles assisted by full-length visible Air bags paired with matching rubber outsoles.The Supreme x Nike Air Max 98 TL Fall 2022 collaboration will see a global release, via the streetwear imprint November 3, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and November 5, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.For more footwear news, take a first look at the Off-Whiteâ„¢ x Nike Air Terra Forma.

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StreetX and Crocs Develop a Celebration of the Bold and Unique Australian Coastline

Coming together in a celebration of the bold and unique Australian coastline, StreetX and Crocs have joined forces to reimagine the Classic Clog. The imaginative reinvention showcases the natural aquatic hues of the region through a marbled pattern expressed throughout.The collaboration is further detailed by dangerous Australian animals interacting with the footbed landscape in the form of Jibbitz. While additional detailing comes in the form of StreetX accessories that reinforces a playful outlook of nature in a truly Australian way.Alongside the collaborative Clog, StreetX has also delivered a range of apparel further showcasing its homeland. The offering includes a selection of tees, led by the Alpha Species T-Shirt, swim and sports shorts, and headwear.The StreetX x Crocs Classic Clogs collaboration is available now on StreetX’s website.In case you missed it, MADE IN PARADISE delivers “DROPOUT” collection.

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