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Not every notable Nike release?thunders into stores on the hype machine. Sometimes rare?retro colourways drop quietly under the radar?– just like this Nike Air Huarache ‘Purple Punch’. Though rumours about its re-release bubbled in 2012,
this is the first time the colourway has covered a Huarache since 1991. When we?interviewed?Gooey Wooey – the quintessential Hua collector – he named this as nike free 4.0 flyknit uk
one of the hardest colourways to track down, as well as his second favourite Huarache of all time. High praise?indeed!This retro comes in the exact same purple, white and black colour scheme as the OG, but revises the toe box with mesh instead of nylon.The Nike Air Huarache Purple Punch is available from Nike online now.
It’s time to shift into beast mode with the upcoming colab between 24 Kilates and Brooks Heritage. The two have come together to bring us a ‘La Bestia’ (Spanish for ‘beast’) in references to the Brooks Beast silhouette they’ve used – but also hinting towards the demonic inspiration behind the shoe. Dripping in crimson and black, the suede and mesh upper could well have been forged in the fiery pits below. A large nike free 4.0 flyknit mens black
embroidered beastly creature is displayed on the tongue above the 24 Kilates logo.The 24 Kilates x Brooks Beast ‘La Bestia’ will be available from July 2 at 24 Kilates, then at select Brooks Heritage stockists from July 16.
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our first look at the adidas Superstar 80s Primeknit ‘Multicolour’ – but it turns out the shoe will be launching in a pack, with a total of three?colourways. Along with the white there will be a black and a grey version, with all three featuring rainbow flecks throughout their Primeknit weave. It’s a simple treatment to a knit shoe that results?in a trio of?strong options to add a hint of colour to your days.The adidas Superstar 80s Primeknit Multicolour Pack will be available from select adidas stockists on July 1.