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    Over five years ago, adidas Originals launched a brand new sneaker called the adidas nmd r1 white womens. Little did they know that they unlocked an entire category of lifestyle footwear whose run went unrivaled in the casual sneaker market. From collaborations reaching the epic highs of Chanel to becoming highly accessible at nationwide chain retailers, the NMD became a household sneaker and buttressed a new level of exploration for Originals as they expanded the category beyond anything imaginable. But over the last three years, the NMD fell back down to Earth. Although not removed from the market (NMDs are regularly available for purchase online), the shoes were no longer part of the conversation as consumers moved on from the simplistic, sock-like design in favor of its polar opposite in the chunky shoe movement. And with that trend of bulkier (and not necessarily chunky) sneakers not giving up its place, it’s safe to say that the NMD movement isn’t going to gain traction unless some swift changes are made.
    The close partners return with a new capsule headlined by two colorful variants of the adidas ultraboost 21 women's white. Available with either a black or white upper, Palace’s Ultra Boosts feature a chaotic, multi-color grid not unlike the Tube map in the brand’s hometown of London. And just like Adidas’ other Ultra Boost 21s, the sneaker is made using a knit Primeblue fabric made from “at least” 50-percent recycled Parley ocean plastic - the sustainability of which Palace chose to highlight in a hilarious promotional video.
    Through the Nike Air Max Running Club collection, the Swoosh has harkened back to decades-past, when group sport might’ve been more prevalent. Outfitting models like the nike air max 270 women's white and pink with vibrant color palettes and vintage detailing, the brand is making what’s “old” “new” again. The latest proposition delivers an eye-catching tan, burnt orange and rich blue color combination paired with thematic graphics and accents. Exposed foam tongues, which aren’t traditionally found on the AM 97, don old-school “NIKE AIR”-branding; “AMRC” and “BVRTN, OR” tabs on the lateral profiles also opt for an aged aesthetic. Elsewhere, sock-liners feature a collection-specific graphic, while swoosh pendants appear on the laces. The sole unit underfoot couples its full-length Air Max bubble with an outsole covered in ruby-colored flair.
    Due in part to the “Toasty” and “Next Nature” collections, Nike’s numerous “Crater” offerings have quickly been pushed to the wayside. But thanks to this nike air force 1 shadow white coral pink, the pack seems to be making a sudden return. And this is not without a couple tweaks. The Swoosh, for starters, is no longer overlaid; instead, it’s stitched down at all sides and filled not with leather but a textured pink mesh. The more robust material does appear throughout the upper, however, its panels rendered in both a light grey and white. Additionally, every piece is newly arranged in order, progressively going up a layer from the toe. Then, once we reach the heel tab, the circular design logo is put on display, raised with every part clad in Grind Rubbers.
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