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Off-White Hues Adorn the Nike Air More Uptempo

Summer is just around the corner and many of Nike’s plans for the remainder of the year have been teased already. One silhouette that is playing a key part in its lifestyle offerings for 2023 is the classic Air More Uptempo. Between its general release colorways, the introduction of a slide version of the sneaker and an AMBUSH collaboration teased by Yoon Ahn, there’s much for fans of the silhouette to celebrate.Adding to the range, a newly-revealed colorway sees shades of off-white accented by a soft pink. Its construction begins with an upper that is detailed in leather with typical perforations scattered throughout. It toggles between various creamy white hues as the signature “AIR” lettering covers both sides of the sneaker. Adding color into the mix, a pastel pink appears around the lettering, at the embroidered Swooshes located at the toe and the heel stamps on each side to complete this Air-infused look.Nike has yet to share release information for this off-white colorway of the Air More Uptempo. Stay tuned for launch details as we expect this pair to hit shelves in the coming months via the Swoosh and select retailers at a price of $170 USD.For more of the latest news in the footwear industry, Nike Australia has prepared its own Dunk Low that celebrates the land down under.

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Nike Australia Takes on the Dunk Low

Nike has remained in an ever-growing state for decades with the Swoosh reaching across the globe. As it continues to develop a regional presence in various areas, an increasing amount of location-based themed releases have been assembled. Everything from classic CO.JP looks to special Korea SNKRS Day launches take place each year, offering select locations the opportunity to celebrate their region with pride. Adding to this expansive roster, the Nike Australia branch has a special Dunk Low on the way.Joining the Air Max 90 in bearing an “Australia” theme, this Dunk Low appears with a mixed material build. It begins in a white leather at the base and continues at the overlays and Swooshes in various orange-pink hues. These pastel flavors appear at special Nike Australia branding elements, including the tongue, lateral heel stamp and embroidered heel tab. Rounding things out, a gold dubrae has been prepared with a pink and gum sole unit supporting the sneaker.As of now, no release information regarding this Nike Dunk Low dedicated to Australia has been announced. Look for it to land on shelves alongside its Air Max 90 counterpart in the coming months via Nike Australia and select retailers at a price of $120 USD.For more of the latest news in the bustling world of footwear, Jacquemus has teamed up with Nike to create a hybrid sneaker that combines the Air Force 1 and ACG Terra — the J Force 1.

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Supreme x Vans Spring 2023 Collaboration

Spring 2023 has been quite an eventful one for Supreme, especially on the collaborations front as it has released projects with partners like COOGI, Clarks Originals and Bernadette Corporation. And this week it’s slated to reunite with one of its longstanding collaborators in Vans to roll out a new footwear capsule that’s centered around the Skate Grosso Mid and the Era.This initiative sees the Skate Grosso Mid reimagined in three colorways: cream, pink and black. The trio is devised with premium suede toe boxes and overlays while the canvas side panels are treated with dollar bill graphics. Additionally, each variation is styled with an angelic jazz stripe and solid black midsoles while Supreme’s branding is embroidered into the rear in Old English font and on the inside of the tongues in its standard box logo form. Its Era counterpart takes a more bold approach with its design as it utilizes the aforementioned money patterns in all-over fashion and features olive green laces to complement its base.Parties interested in copping can find this collection dropping in its U.S. and Europe markets online and in-store on June 1 and in Japan on June 3. Check out a closer look at each pair in the gallery above.For other news, Supreme and Nike reportedly have a Clogposite collaboration on the way.

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