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Sneaker News #36 – Off-White’s Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next%

Welcome to Sneaker News #36. Since the first Off-White and Nike sneaker collaboration in 2017, every drop has become one of the biggest events of the sneaker calendar. This week, Off-White delivers its take on the Air Zoom Tempo Next% and it’s sure to be an immediate sell-out. If you miss out on a pair, Nike has plenty more in-store including new Dunk Hi and Low releases plus a classic Air Huarache colourway. Elsewhere, Reebok and Adidas have once again merged the ZX and the Fury for an innovative silhouette while Asics and LuisaViaRoma have teamed for an iridescent classic. Check out that and more below.

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Nike x Off-White Air Zoom Tempo Next%

Nike and Off-White have come together countless times to deliver some of the most sought-after sneaker releases of the last decade. The latest is likely to be no different. This time, it’s one of Nike’s most innovative running shoes the Air Zoom Tempo Next% getting the Off-White treatment. As always, Virgil Abloh has delivered a deconstructed look across all colourways, delivering the shoes with an industrial tag and Off-White’s signature branding. Supply Store has a raffle for both the pink and black colourways.

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Nike x FTC SB Dunk Low

By now, you should be used to seeing a Dunk release every month. This release changes up the typically clean Dunk aesthetic, introducing new materials and textures. It’s a collaboration with Japanese brand FTC and sees founder Kent Uyehara translate indoor Sento bathhouses – an integral community space and Japanese tradition. On the upper, crystal blue suede collides with plush white leather and a metallic Swoosh. Get ready to cop from Nike on 28th July.

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Nike Air Huarache ‘Black And White’

The Nike Air Huarache continues to make a comeback this year. The latest release delivers one of the most classic colourways yet, channelling a heritage-inspired, black and white look. The upper is made from soft synthetics and neoprene-like fabric, creating a super breathable shoe that hugs the foot. Nike is releasing the shoe on 29th July.

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Vans Vault x Bedwin UA OG Authentic LX

Vans Vault has teamed with Japanese brand Bedwin and the Heartbreakers – a brand that bridges the gap between streetwear and tailored menswear while also reference both American and Japanese iconography. These shoes combine bandanas on the print of the upper, offering a unique take for each pair of shoes. No one shoe is the same as the other meaning you’re definitely copping a one-of-a-kind. Grab them now from Subtype.

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Reebok ZX Fury

Back in March, Adidas’ ZX was combined with Reebok’s Fury shoe for a genre-skipping collaboration. Now, the silhouette is returning in two new colourways. Combining glossy 3-Stripes with Pump-technology, it’s an unlikely pairing that somehow works. Both of these new releases feature glossy detailing on the upper while maintaining the ZX’s trademark heel cage and the Fury’s tongue button. They will both be released from Reebok on 22 July.

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Asics x LuisaViaRoma GEL Kyrios

Asics and luxury brand LuisaViaRoma have collided for this week’s most eye-grabbing pair of shoes. Inspired by heat and seismic maps, the iridescent upper is joined by bold teal mesh. The colour explodes even further on the midsole where each shoe will be different due to the nature of the blend. It’s packed with the usual Asics technology too like Flytefoam Propel cushioning and GEL technology inserts.

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Nike Dunk Hi ‘First Use’

The latest Dunk Hi has been designed to celebrate the origins of the Nike Swoosh. It first made its debut back in June 1971 and that date is featured on the upper of this latest release. It also features the original Swoosh designed by Nike’s first designer Carolyn Davidson. This one is for the sneaker historians but the combination of sail leather and suede with the hints of green are sure to make it an enviable release for everyone. Right now Culture Kings is showing a 29th July Australian release date.

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