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Salehe Bembury Reveals Crocs Classic Clog Collaboration

Salehe Bembury has taken to his Instagram to reveal his long-teased Crocs collaboration: a Classic Clog that appears to be covered with a super-sized, textured version of his signature fingerprint motif. Bembury first hinted at the collaboration with a playful video back in February and has since posted two teaser images of it, but this marks our first full look at his efforts.Where collaborators like Palace, Justin Bieber, Bad Bunny and Diplo simply took the Classic Clog, changed the color scheme and added their own unique Jibbitz charms, Bembury redesigned it from the ground up. Crafted mostly of white foam, his Classic Clog features a richly ridged texture with oval-shaped cutouts in the forefoot for breathability. Contrast is supplied by black straps that connect a co-branded heel piece, a black rear outsole detail, and smoky black translucent forefoot hit that rises up onto the toebox to complete the look.With fashion-conscious clogs like Kanye West’s YEEZY FOAM RNNR and Merrell’s Hydro Moc enjoying vast popularity in 2021, Bembury’s clog is likely to be a hit of its own accord. It’s also a part of a busy summer for the footwear industry veteran, following up his Salehe Bembury x New Balance 2002R “Water Be the Guide” from June, and corresponding with his fingerprint-adorned Vans Era as well. A release date has yet to be announced, but more information is likely to surface soon.Hunting for further news on upcoming sneaker releases? Take a look at the latest installment of HYPEBEAST’s weekly Best Footwear Drops series.

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Converse’s Chuck 70 “Hybrid Texture” Pack Offers the Best of Both Worlds

There’s no denying the staying power of Converse, and if you’re looking for a fool-proof pair of kicks to rock around in this summer then the Chuck 70 is an easy go-to. Now, that decision has been made even easier thanks to Converse’s new “Hybrid Texture” pack, comprising of a Chuck 70 Hi and Low in two unique bi-tone colorways.Starting with the Chuck 70 Hi, we find a palette of “Saturn Gold/Pink Salt” gracing the canvas uppers. The colors are found on both shoe’s respective lateral and medial sides, meaning each foot is contrasting but together they form a cohesive pair. A full-grain leather Converse All Star roundel appears on the “Saturn Gold” medial side, while an “Egret” tongue splits the pair in half alongside a set a matching laces that bring the sneakers together.As for the Low, you’ll find a clean combination of “Light Twine/Light Armory Blue,” which again adopts the same asymmetrical look alongside a tongue that splits the colors up. Naturally, silver eyelets have been added, as has an “Egret” sole unit and toe cap (like the one on the Hi).Both pairs can be seen above and purchased from HBX now. The Hi retails for $106 USD, while the Low costs just $98 USD.For more switched-up classics, check out Vans’ Vibram-equipped SK8-Hi and Authentic.

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Vans Fits the SK8-Hi LX and Authentic LX With Vibram Soles

Vans has made a name for itself by creating simple SoCal-inspired skateboarding footwear dominated by its signature vulcanized waffle sole unit — so if you’re a purist look away now — as the SK8-Hi LX and Authentic LX have now been fitted with Vibram soles.Both the SK8-Hi LX and Authentic LX are available in either all black or all white, sporting an upper made from premium leather with an overall fuss-free aesthetic. For the former, you’ll find the Jazz Stripe appear with tonal stitching, more stitches making out the collar details, and a perforated section on the toe box. Details such as the tongue tab are finished in leather with contrasting Vans branding, while the standard foxing tape of the Vans’ midsole slightly appears before it submerges itself into the Vibram unit.The exact same can be said for the Authentic LX, aside from the SK8-Hi-specific details. On this pair, Vans’ moniker graces a lateral-side mid-panel tag, there is no tongue branding, and again there is a slight showcase of the original foxing tape. Regardless of the silhouette or color, the Vibram sole appears in all its blocky, sturdy glory with branding at the rear-quarter and an outsole that’s heavily lugged and chunky.Take a look at the Vans SK8-Hi LX and Authentic LX with Vibram soles above, and head over to OneBlockDown to pick up all four now. The Authentic LX retails for $176 USD, while the SK8-Hi costs $206 USD.For more reworked classics, check out the upcoming Patta x Nike Air Max 1 “Noise Aqua.”

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