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The latest evolution of the adidas zx flux donne franchise gets an upgrade with this new Primeknit construction of the ZX Flux ADV ASYM. The asymmetrical design of the stripped down ZX Flux features its formally mesh upper swapped out with Primeknit for an even more stylish look. The model is seen here in a bright teal colorway that’s looking perfect for summer thanks to the mix of a tropical tone with a light and breathable upper.Like no model before it, adidas has really let their imagination run wild with the ZX Flux. From the #miZXFLUX app and iridescent Xeno make-ups to woven uppers and printed midsoles, the German sporstwear brand seems to bring us something new every month. With this latest release we see the introduction of a vac-metalised cage at the rear. You can bank on the metallic heel making it’s way on to a number of colourways in the future or you can snap up this grey and blue pair right now from adidas stockists.
This new adidas zx flux saldi is business on top, and party down under. The heel counter matches the dark grey laces and, with the black upper, makes for a largely muted shoe. That is until you take into account the midsole that flagrantly boasts adidas’ signature prism rainbow pattern. If you’re looking at these and thinking they’re the best of both worlds,It’s fair to say that adidas blew our collective minds when they introduced the ZX Flux in 2014 – a mind-melting, multicolour upper is one hell of a way to get our attention! With the printed uppers down pat, adidas have cast their eyes elsewhere and brought that same prismatic pattern to the midsole on this new Frost Yellow release.The game changed forever when Nike dropped the Roshe on us in 2012. The sneaker scene was whipped into a frenzy by a low-tech, low-priced GR pair of kicks and nothing was the same. What the Roshe lacked in tech it made up for in sheer comfort, and it managed to climb the ranks as one of Nike’s best-sellers. Naturally, every brand was quick to jump on the lightweight bandwagon, but no model has been more successful than adidas‘ ZX Flux. The war between the Flux and Roshe has been raging fierce with each model trying to one-up the other, but adidas went ahead and brought out their trump card with the introduction of Techfit mesh. The new material pushes the comfort factor into the stratosphere, providing a ventilated sock-like fit that flexes naturally with the foot. Sporting a reptilian inspired upper print, the ZX Flux Techfit comes in your choice of Core Grey and triple black.
You’d be be forgiven for thinking that a brand would retire an old model once its successor appears on the scene, but that’s not the case at adidas! The adidas nmd italia returns in a two-pack together with its follow-up, the NMD_R2.Created as a three-way collaboration between United Arrows, Mikitype and adidas, the brush scripted NMD City Sock isn’t far away. In fact, it’s so close that the crew at Titolo have already taken them out for some on-foot glamour shots – and we’re liking what we see. Hang tight, the March 24 drop date is coming in hotInspired by the bright lights of Tokyo, the duo are hit with adidas’ XENO tech, which equips both shoes with reflective details. The laces and Three Stripes logo light up in low light and are positively vibrant when caught by a flash. While the NMD_R1 goes for a familiar mesh construction, the R2 steps out in neoprene, looking more comfortable than ever.
This nike air max 90 ultra italia has been revised to keep you light on your feet. An Ultra 2.0 sole will help you nimbly navigate your course, and Hyperfuse uppers pare back any bulky stitching. Just like a previous AM90, the toe box of this release is colour blocked with a beastly ‘Wolf Grey’. With a look at this colourway – something tells us this hunter is about to become the hunted.Nike’s prolific Air Max 90 gets a slimmed down Ultra reconstruction and some fresh paint in neutral tones for this March drop. The very much loved 90 has consistently kept it popping since its debut– effortlessly preserving relevance across a 25-year span– and now the Ultra 2.0 Essential update sees the silhouette reduced to a lighter load. A seamless no-sew construction melds the mesh and synthetic leather components, and the chunky Max sole has been traded in for the super lightweight Ultra version. In clean shades of pale, khaki and white, these are just as light in colourway as they are in build.
Nike’s nike air max thea italia has taken a walk on the wild side. The latest LX version has been juiced up with some ‘Max Orange’, while a little bit of snakeskin embossed leather slithers its way onto the upper. Each and every Thea is packed full of lightweight cushioning, while the visible Air unit beneath the heel acts as a constant reminder of just how long Nike have been making those comfy soles. Instead of taking a utilitarian approach like most sneakerboots, the Nike Air Max Thea has opted to slim things down to cater those with sleeker fashion sense. The ‘Ale Brown’ version here lends itself to a variety of winter looks and can be found now from Titolo.The new women’s Nike Air Max Thea Mid is a sharp turn from the classic running shoe pedigree, but it’s… it’s kind of fresh. All right, it won’t be everyones cup of tea but the elastic sided Chelsea boot style has been all over the place lately and this is the first time we’ve seen a sneaker remix. The Swoosh have done a good job of melding Thea’s panelling and Air Max sole unit onto a leather, elastic sided boot. Comfortable and rugged, it’s the best of both worlds.