Some of the leading players in the shoe industry have used the last week as an occasion to reveal their spookiest ideas as Halloween draws nearer. Others, though, have expressed their impressions of other shoes.
With a combination of official photos, policy changes, and impending releases, NIKE, Inc. dominated headlines. Given the company’s desire to tighten down on bot software, an amended term of sale in the U.S. caused some sneaker dealers to fear. After being teased for months, the Air Jordan 1 “Lost and Found” was finally shown in official photos. Some customers who have been waiting to get their hands on a pair of “Chicagos” have optimism thanks to the vintage, which is thought to be one of the biggest Air Jordan 1 releases of all time.
Numerous New Balance 550 shoes appeared without the swoosh or Jumpman logos, proving Steven Smith’s long-forgotten 1989 design would play a significant role in the brand’s future. At a Los Angeles Lakers preseason game, Salehe Bembury teased his very own New Balance 990v2 as well as the “Kuwata” hue of his Crocs Pollex Clog.
Check out our top news from October 8 to October 14 for a look at all of that and more.
Nike To Crack Down On Bots And Resellers
Will it work? Find it out by reading the article: Nike Fights Bots
Air Jordan 1 “Lost And Found” And More Holiday Drops Appear
More about Air Jordan 1:
This Week In Air Jordan’s:
A mix of old and new.
Information about Jordan:
This Week In Nike Dunks
Not going away any time soon.
Nike Honors San Francisco’s Chinatown
The oldest in the U.S.
Details on Nike:
More New Balance 550s Emerge
Thank you, Steven Smith.
News on New Balance
PUMA Unveils The MB.02
PUMA MB.02 Supernova
MSCHF Releases An Orthopedic Boot Sneaker
Who would’ve guessed this is where we’d be.
MSCHF Orthopedic Boot
Have More on Adidas
Kobe Retros Galore In This Week In adidas
Still futuristic by today’s standards.
Salehe Bembury’s Pollex Clog To Drop In “Kuwata”
Inspired by cherry blossoms.
Salehe Brembury Crocs Kuwata
Bronny James Signs With Nike
The new generation.
Bronny James Nike