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The New Jordan, is one of two colourways of the retro silhouette that’s set to release as part of the highly-anticipated capsule collection between the two legendary brands. Californian streetwear label Stussy blends in its laid-back streetwear mood in the form of typeface logos on the tongue and heel, while the dual-branded box is just as exciting if you’re a sneakerhead. The pair have a long history of working together, with previous collaborative capsules now demanding high prices on the resell market and being some of the most hyped of the past decade.
Adidas Superstar Inside Out White, is a reimagined take on the classic silhouette that is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. The uppers are crafted from premium quality leather for a luxury feel throughout, and take on a white-hued colourway. This new rendition totally reverses the look, including features that usually reside inside the shoes as part of the exterior aesthetic. The Superstar has been around since 1970 and is easily one of the most influential sneakers ever, sparking a whole generation of sneakerheads and dominating the scene. The size conversion label is proudly placed on the lateral side of the shoes for all to see. Other classic details such as suede three stripes, trefoil branding embossed at the heel and the iconic rubber shell toe make an appearance as usual.
2019 Sneakers Release, is the latest colourway of the legendary silhouette to launch to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the model. The uppers are crafted from luxury smooth leather for a classic feel, while the signature three stripes are stitched onto the side from supple suede. The shell-toe is featured in a contrasting white hue, while adidas branding is present at both the tongue and heel. The Superstar has been a success since day 1, and was propelled to instant fame when it was worn by rap duo Run DMC, who even made a song about their love for the three stripes. This pair follows an inside-out concept, as the name suggests, with details such as the size tag that would usually reside on the inners of the shoe being printed across the exterior.